So we drafted Terrell Edmunds in the 1st. I maintain he will pan out as about a 3rd-round player. He will help bolster the D but will also get toasted more than a 1st rounder should. (Yea, I'm speculating, I get that. But who is to say I might not be right? And we shall see.) So, looking at who we passed on for him, I feel the following would better serve the team. 1. Rashaad Penny - We could have moved up to ATL pick to get him. It would have been cheap. Mark my words, our RB unit is thin, and we know Bell is gone next season. We should have made a move to replace him now, especially considering he will suck the 1st three weeks from being rusty, just like last year. Penny would be the safeguard to a lost season from the RB situation. Also, adding new blood at RB would diminish the negative vibes Bell will be putting out there. The message would be loud and clear: You aren't bigger than the team, we will succeed without you. F off. He would also boost our KRs from worst to first. 2. Sony Michel - For all the above reasons, plus we would even have to move up. We will be depressed watching Michel run all over as this season when we play NE. Odds are, Bell will miss some games, in addition to the 1st three weeks when he will be rusty and below average. And all we have to turn to is Conner - who will promptly get hurt himself - Croissant, who shouldn't even be on an NFL roster, and a 7th round pick. Dear God. I can't imagine Edmunds offering so much production that he will be more valuable than having a legit threat other than Bell. 3. Justin Reid - If we did go RB round one, we could have got Reid, who will prove to be a much better player than Edmunds. He was more highly regarded by NFL scouts, without question. He has 4.4 forty speed, 6'-1", 207 lbs. He is rated as an "instant starter" while TE is rated as "could be a starter some day." Unlike TE, Reid can cover well and has solid instincts, which TE does not and that means everything at this level.