I'm no different.
However, in my infinite wisdom (joking, of course), I noticed some picks in the first round that the almighty McShay has gotten wrong on his almighty "McBoard."
Here are some of the picks that fit that mold from the ESPN analysts mock draft.
13. Arizona Cardinals: Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
This was the first pick I didn't understand.
The Cardinals have one of the greatest wide receivers ever to play in the NFL in Larry Fitzgerald and he isn't slowing down anytime soon. Floyd would be a nice compliment to Fitzgerald, but that isn't nearly the most pressing need for Arizona.
I'm not sure if McShay noticed, but Kevin Kolb was getting his rear-end handed to him last season and the Cardinals must address their offensive line as a result.
Projected pick: Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa
14. Dallas Cowboys: Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis
Although Dallas' pass-rush could improve, they desperately need help deep.
Now that Terrence Newman is no longer with the Cowboys, Jerry Jones will be looking to fill that void with a shutdown corner or a safety.
And what better pick than a guy who could play both. No matter how you slice it, there is no way the Cowboys draft a defensive lineman with their first pick.
Projected pick: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
22. Cleveland Browns: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford
Never mind that Jonathan Martin's stock has dropped leading up to the draft, the Browns need another skill player to help their ailing offense and a wide receiver seems more likely at this pick.
Colt McCoy will need all the help he can get, and what better way to do that than to pick up a franchise running back with their first pick, and a franchise receiver with their second.
Martin should be a solid player, but it's a little too early to take him here. Look for the Browns to revisit Martin with their first pick in the second round (37th) if it isn't spent on a quarterback.
Projected pick: Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor