I gave it to you in my mock, and you mocked me. Sorry, couldn't help myself.
Anyways, this is exactly what the Detroit Lions needed to do. The defensive line has declined dramatically in the last year and the cupboards had become extremely bare.
Ezekial Ansah was the best answer here. The 6'5", 271-pound defensive end has great speed (4.63 40-yard dash) and incredible quickness (4.26 20-yard shuttle).
The Lions had to add some explosiveness on the outside to exploit the single blocker Detroit's ends will face due to Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley in the middle. Now, offensive line coaches will have to account for another first-round pick on the defensive line.
Yes, there will be a learning curve for a guy who has only played football for three years. However, he's gone from just trying to tackle the man with the ball to reading plays and getting stops. With Suh, defensive line coach Kris Kocurek and Gunther Cunningham tutoring Ansah, he'll reach his ridiculously high ceiling sooner rather than later.
With both of the top tackles gone, this was the right move. The secondary had already been improved with new blood (Quin Glover) and restored health. Well done, Martin Mayhew.