So by your argument, the only way to fix the o-line is take a guard in the 1st round?? Cause that's what it sounds like. Someone had a post yesterday that was fantastic (wish I remember who it was so I could give them credit). But they added up the draft position of each of the pro-bowl guards and the average place they were chosen was the 3rd round. In other words, you don't have to waste a 1st round pick on a guard because that position isn't as valuable as another position you could take. Especially in the top 10. Taking a guard at 10 would be like Donald Trump telling you he'd buy you any house in the USA you wanted. So you tell him you'd like the nicest 2 bedroom house with 1000 sq feet money can buy. Sure, you would have the nicest 2 bedroom, 1000 sq foot home in the US, but you didn't get the value of the choice that he gave you.