My best advice would be to be prepared for either scenerio (don't go QB first), but I personally like going WR/WR with those late round picks. I think unless a crazy RB drops to you at 10, getting something like Johnson/Johnson with those first 2 picks is awfully strong. There's depth to be had this year at RB. You could get guys like Grant, Portis, Jacobs, Thomas, etc. in the 3rd round, and even McFadden, LJ, Kevin Smith, Ronnie Brown possibly in the 4th. Do that, couple it with a QB like Ryan, McNabb, or Schaub (with a decent backup QB), and you've got a really strong team. No matter what you decide, don't get "locked in" to a strategy...be prepared for it to play out in ways that you were not prepared for, and adjust accordingly. Sometimes best player available is better than filling out starting spots. Thanks for your thoughts on my post.