In five years when some reporter asks why you selected player X in the 2019 draft, I don't want to hear some lame response like "It seemed like a good idea at the time." or "He really fit the offense." Ever since the 2007 fiasco of selecting Levi Brown and passing on Adrian Peterson, we've heard over and over again the 'best player available' mantra from the Cardinals. If this franchise selects Kyler Murray and passes on Nick Bosa and Quinnen Williams, it will have all been one big lie. I've seen no draft guru who rates Murray higher than the tenth best player in this draft. It might be different if the team didn't already have a young quarterback on the roster. It might be different if the best available player wasn't either Bosa or Williams, both legitimate areas of need and among the 2 or 3 blue chip defenders available in this draft. So please resist any entreaties from your rookie head coach or your owner to go in a different direction. Make the right call for the long term of the Arizona Cardinals and select Bosa or Williams. In five years or immediately after the pick when people ask why you made it, just respond "We picked THE BEST AVAILABLE PLAYER on our board."