I learned a long time ago that GMs know much more than I do. I remember watching the 1999 draft thinking the Colts would draft Ricky Williams. When they announced Edgerran James, I was outraged! I hardly knew who he was! Then a few years later, the Colts desperately needed defense. So they pick a WR out of Miami named Reggie Wayne. Again, I was outraged. We already had Harrison and some decent guys. Once again, I was painfully wrong. I could go on and on. How does Polian see an NFL punter in McAfee who was a FG kicker and rugby style punter? How does he find Robert Mathis and Pierre Garcon? They know far, far more than we do. Then Mel Kiper knows. A perfect example is how Arden Key was a high first rounder in some mock drafts. Ends up being a 2nd day pick. We simply don't know as much as we would like to think we know. I trust Ballard. He has an overall plan. I love Henry Anderson as a player. Very disappointed he got traded. But I have to believe Ballard thought he didn't fit their plans and they had too many linemen. Now, if he screws up like Grigson, then I won't trust him anymore.