I really don't see it any other way now.
Any great talent that drops is going to be expensive, so while I think it's the right draft to move up - it still might be too expensive.
@ 22, I think most of us agree that Odrick or Kindle seem like the best candidates - but both those guys are somewhat questionable and it's at least debatable how much of a gap there is between them and the next one or two players behind them at the postion.
I would go from here to OL in the 1st, and Lupati is likely gone, Pouncey can probably be had anywhere from 22-31. The OT's I don't see a need to pick at 22 specifically either.
So bottom line, I can't really see any player at 22 that's a need pick for the pats
I do see 22 as being a point in the draft where a lot of maneuvering starts to happen. Given the night off between the 1st and 2nd rounds, teams are going to try and sneak back into the end of the first to get players they value before every team reshuffles their board and values change for all teams.
The entire pace of the draft is going to shift from the 1R to 2R with this time in between, and offers to back for the pats (2R or 3R this year, plus 1R next year?) could be pretty interesting.
Unless a significant talent drops (like Wilfork did) I think the Pats are most definitely moving.
So then the Q is, who is worth sticking around for at 22, vs moving back and getting additional picks.