I agree treat, the logic they used was kinda weird, and it seemed like they weren't even taking it seriously, giving Pacman to the Cowboys, who were then led by Parcells, who wouldn't stand for that crap. They actually referenced Parcells' presence as a reason for them getting a defensive player with their first pick, then completely ignored it when they gave them Pacman.
I'm also not sure about the order, because they used the actual order, ignoring draft day trades. I mostly noticed it with New Orleans' pick (since I'm a Saints fan). The Saints moved up (either with Carolina, or with someone to get ahead of Carolina) to get Jamaal Brown, but why would they have done that again if Jamaal Brown wasn't there to be taken?
It seems like the most logical way to do this would have been to rank the players from that draft class by each position, then rank the needs of each team, then match them up as you move from 1 to 32, but that's not really what they did on all the picks. Interesting, I suppose, but I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do with the information.
You're right Boozie, the Cowboys did have a great draft that year. The Tuna got you lots of quality players.