The fates of Cleveland (Hillis & McCoy) and Denver (Tebow) were sealed when they engaged in bad-Drafting in April. For Denver, I'll just focus on their picks on the offensive side of the ball.. --Orlando Franklin was clearly soft, weak and clueless at Thug U, yet Denver decided to reach on him. For such a "big black guy," I didn't see him dominate anybody. I also recall that Miami had trouble running the ball. On the field, most black offensive linemen don't appear to have a "mean streak/killer instinct," and Franklin was no exception. --Julius Thomas and Virgil Green, two TEs from smaller schools (Portland State and Nevada), speaks for itself. I doubt that they're better than Charlie Gantt, Konrad Reuland, Brent Brackett, etc. This is where I can give the Giants' credit for picking up Jake Ballard as a UDFA, because many teams' could do something similar, but they choose not to... we call it the Caste System. http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/1755056/julius-thomas----http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/1130615/virgil-green For Cleveland, I'll put the focus on their OL/DL picks.. 1st round -- Phil Taylor. I would hardly call him a monster (25 tackles and 3 sacks), when he has simply benefitted from being next to fellow sumo Ahtyba Rubin. Cleveland should have went for an o-lineman or an offensive weapon for McCoy. 2nd round -- (DE) Jabaal Sheard - "I throw people threw windows." Serious character issues here. And, he only has 2.5 sacks thus far. If the goal is "winning," I don't think you would want this type of presence in your lockerroom. 5th round -- Jason Pinkston, a weakling and quintessential sumo. He shouldn't be on any team's active roster. Here's his profile, which includes a wonderful picture of this finely-tuned titan: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/1115001/jason-pinkston Forgive me if I think some of these picks could have more "calculated intentions" behind them, than simply being "mistakes"..