Good question. If Cutler is worthy of all this recent hype, getting your franchise QB at the #10 pick (ala a Ben Rothlisberger pick) would be great value. Much better than the 2nd RB or OT off the board.I personally do not like the pick for the 2nd RB, and I am a DeAngelo fan. Not unless one of the backs, like DeAngelo, just blows up in the workouts would I go RB that high. Not when so many good RBs have been taken the past few years (last year being the exception) with mid to late 1st and early 2nd round picks.If AZ really wants to improve running the ball, they need to improve the OL. RB is one of the easiest positions (to be productive at) on the offensive side of the ball. You simply need some holes to run through. With the wealth of RBs all ready in the league, many of whom have proven that they can be productive, and can be had much cheaper, I do not see why they would go RB.Now, all that being said, Denny will be under a lot of pressure to win this year. He is in year three, I believe, and now-a-days coaches are lucky if there given three full years to turn things around. If he does not turn it around this coming season, he may be gone or just walk as his plan obviously will not be working. So, to win now does not support the need to draft the QB of the future. To win now, he may look for needs at OL or RB or just BPA that can come in and improve a position immediately, which could simply mean the biggest playmaker on the board - either side of the ball.