Only one game in and enjoying the season, but given age, holes, and free agency, think we can still look ahead to needs while watching college games. The easiest answer is we can draft best player regardless of position as possible upgrade with exception of franchise QB. However, 3 positions top my list. Go-To tall WR. Been calling for this for years now. Never have liked WR by committee with different skill sets. Also Nelson is the other side of 30 now. No one else currently on the team even comes close to being Go-To. But these guys don't grow on trees and often times are a roll of the dice as the league is littered with guys who had it all but washed out. OLB/Rusher. One could make an argument that this is top need and I would agree. Many picks spent here with little return. So bad that Thompson broke his rules and signed an over 30 Peppers. Matthews is now on the other side of 30 as well and there is little behind these 2. TE. Cook is for one year and Rodgers looks to be more of a receiver type. Would prefer one that can do both blocking and receiving with enough speed for those short, intermediate routes and red zone threat. But like Go-To WR, not easy to find. D-Line. We have an all pro in Daniels and have yet to see how Clark pans out. Even if Clark pans out, one can never have enough of big guys that can collapse the pocket and stop the run. Don't know which area Thompson has wasted more picks: DL or OLB. O-Line, RB, Corner: Doesn't seem like a major need at these positions as of this , but Starks is older and nothing behind him to back up Lacy. O-Line has a bunch of free agents so can we sign them all? Even if we do, Thompson always seems to draft one and we can always upgrade back ups. Corner is another where we can always draft one, though Thompson really excels at finding undrafted guy. Back up QB? Hundtly will be in year 3. Possible we trade him for pick(s)? If so then we could once again be looking to draft one.