Some posters seem obsessed on filling all the holes. I’ve seen scenarios focused on the number of picks acquired. Almost every team has a hole or 2, even the top teams. Big games are won mostly by great players making great plays. It’s okay if the Cards have to be pedestrian at a couple of positions. That’s part of the natural result of a salary cap. The trick is to look at holes and see which ones can be hidden to limit exposure. Take the second corner. If you have a great first CB, you move him around the field to take the opponents top receiver. Sure if would be nice to have 2 great corners, but 1 usually is enough to keep a team in most games. Don’t get me wrong. On an earlier post I endorsed moving down if the first round went as I laid out; otherwise sit still.