You know in certain drafts their are only a few stud players at each position. In this draft their are 4 OL that are much better than the 2nd tier guys...Robinson, Matthews, Lewan, and Martin. Their are several teams early in the draft who need LT help in a bad way, the Rams and the Falcons. Their are several teams later in the draft with major LT issues as well, Rams #13 pick, Giants, Fins, and Cowboys. Those later teams are hoping that one of the LTs falls to them. Webster has stated that he really wants to get more picks in this draft. So if Matthews and Robinson go before our pick then why don't we draft Lewan. That then leaves at least 3 teams needing a LT and only 1 available. This really puts the screws to the later teams who were hoping to get one by sitting at their spot. Webster should then call them up and try to trade Lewan after the fact. Once the teams know that they aren't going to get a LT to fall then they will be willing to deal. If you can't get someone to trade with you the traditional way then you work to manufacture the trade by taking a player that is really wanted by several other teams and who is head and shoulders better than the other players at his position. Yes it is risky, but worse case scenario is that you get stuck taking a top LT who will take over for Roos next year and who gives us tremendous depth at OT this year. Best case scenario is that you get the trade that you want. This is an unorthodox move, but one that I really think would work for Webster to get his wish in trading down.