I was listening to NFL Radio a little while ago, and Mike Lombardi was on discussing a few offseason moves and the draft, when he was asked if Kansas City might reach Bulaga at 5. He said yes, but he then threw in an interesting disclaimer. "The problem with Iowa players is that what you see is what you get, and there's not much upside." I thought about it for a second, and from his point of view it makes sense. But I tend to look at the NFL the way the NFL looks at all of us (a way to make money, and nothing else). From the standpoint of college football, that's really one of the ultimate compliments that can be paid to Kirk Ferentz and his staff: they get everything they can out of their players, and they develop them to the peak of their abilities.