The later in the first round we are drafting, the less opposed I am to going defense, mostly because "elite" players are usually off the board and this team can draft BPA at that point which leaves open the possibility of a few positions. Earlier in the round, I wouldn't oppose DT but other than that, I would.
I mostly want to see the offensive side addressed - Let's not get ahead of ourselves. Wilson has continued to play great, but this is still only is first year. He's not at that level where his receivers don't matter. Let's help him continue his progress with more help instead of having him progress with what he has now, which, at its worse, is Kearse, Edwards, Martin, Obo, McCoy, and Moore.
Last thought, a future WLB is a need, but Hill hasn't played bad this year. In fact, I think he's played decent. He's 30 but has another few years left (if only as a backup for part of those years). I've seen Ogletree's name thrown around as a 1st round consideration, but I'm not sold on him being the playmaker we all hope he'd be to push us into the elite status (1 INT and 1 sack in 5 games this season). This front office has shown to draft excellent in the 2nd rd and later with LBers. I say we stick to that formula as it seems to be working.
"People who don't punch their ponies in the face make me sick." - Louis C.K.