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Third Pick: Disagreement
My pick: Eric Wood, Offensive Guard, Louisville.
My logic: With a new QB comes new protection. Because Eric Wood has some experience at playing guard, the Lions could move him there, should Dominic Raiola hold him off at center. That was a win/win situation.
Their pick: Louis Delmas, CB, Western Michigan
Their logic: Same as mine; we could use a taller CB. However, it's only by a half an inch. We could work with that.
Note: Wood actually left before the 33rd pick. However, the reason why I keep Wood in this argument was because linebackers James Laurinaitis, Rey Maualuga, and his fellow Trojan linebacker Clay Matthews were still in the draft at the 20th pick. That, I didn't anticipate.
Had I been in the war room, my adviser would have told me to roll the dice and take Wood at 20. So I could arguably say that I would have gotten my top three picks.
Better Pick: Me. What's the use of drafting a QB if you're not going to protect him? Great defensive backs have been known for coming out of the third and fourth rounds. Once again, we could have waited.