Here's how I personally see it. There's 3 or 4 total positions that can change a game in a team's favor. QB. RB. Maybe even LB or CB if you land someone like Singletary or Sanders (or for that matter, Xavien Howard). Same goes for edge...it's a huge impact at times, but it's not going to win consistently on any given Sunday and it's not 1st round worthy in my opinion unless the guy is so far above and beyond, you can't not take him. So if you really believe that you're looking at a once in a generation talent, I have no problem "betting the farm". To me, Murray meets that criteria on film/paper....but I don't know the position well enough to say if what my eyes see is legit. The bigger problem is that if the Cardinals really want him, then they're going to set the price to what they think is an impossible ask, and I don't know if that's a smart move on our part. They could easily ask for 3 years of 1st/2nd rounders plus one of our best players- how do you say yes to that? If Murray doesn't develop then we've just crippled ourselves for a decade on one move. I think the only way we can get him is if he falls to #2.