Interesting thought by Spadaro: "Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers has gone from a potential first pick overall to a player with a serious medical concern who may fall out of the top 10, maybe the top 15. He has a knee injury that some have speculated could require microfraction surgery. Would you take him if you were the Eagles, knowing he could miss an entire season, but that a return to health could mean having a dominating defensive tackle in the lineup for the next five or six seasons? Isn't the draft all about gambles? Is this one worth taking?" What do you guys think? Would Reid be able to pass up on Bowers if he landed on his lap?