Here's a top 10 (I couldn't manange a top-32) and let's assume Garrett is definitely off the board - because he will be.
Fournette - still think he makes the biggest difference to this team
Thomas - ok, I'm on the bandwagon too now!
Allen - I think his arthritis is a long-term issue and is over blown
Adams - we signed Church, but he looks a pretty awesome player
Howard - best available player in position of need
Hooker - last of the really special players and might start sitting behind Gipson, but will help with our lack of turnovers
Lamp - OL needs help
Ramczyk - OL needs help
Bolles - OL needs help
McCaffrey - a kick returner and could be valuable option on offense
I've left out the CBs because I think we are set there, with the signing of Bouye and we certainly don't need to spend a first round pick on a backup. And I left out the second tier of pass rushers because I don't think any of them would improve what we already have.
One more note - Mixon should be in this top ten. But he isn't on my list. I think we've been over that argument though, so I will leave it there.
I still think our best bet (if Lamp and Feeney are gone by the time we pick in round two) is Pat Elflein. He could either play at center, allowing Linder to move back to guard, or play at guard himself.
Losing games is depressing enough, but how much long-term damage is being done by stubbornly seeing out the season with our lame-duck HC?
We are seeing the confidence drain out of players like Bortles, who is being forced to carry on and entrench bad habits to the point where you wonder if they might become irreversible.
We are seeing player-discipline fall apart and players like Marks, Jackson and Fowler commit foul after foul out of frustration. Fowler in particular looks to have lost the plot.
We are seeing players fall out with fans. Not the end of the world from a playing perspective, but the support of fans can be hard to win back once you've burned your bridges.
We are seeing losing becoming a habit and it's not a coincidence that we are consistently finding ways to lose narrow games - winning is a habit and so is losing. These young players are learning to lose.
And we aren't seeing what is going on in the locker room and inside the players heads, but are the players also losing their fight and their team-spirit? It wouldn't be surprising, especially when they must know they will lose this coach at the end of the season and face an uncertain future under a new coach.
Even if it was just a temporary head coach to see us through to the end of the season, something has to be done to shake things up at the very top and it can't wait another seven games.
Otherwise we could be living with the consequences beyond this season.
I think it's amazing that players like Denard Robinson and Julius Thomas (who would have been on most people's list a year ago) are hardly getting a mention - that's a sign of how far this roster has improved!