With the exception of Morgan, which may very well have been a pick to disrupt the Patriots, each pick was actually quite thought out and rational. He balanced offense and defense, focusing on areas that clearly needed shoring up, such as corner, yet done with a very conscious awareness of value for the location of the pick. Hall was a good example of that. Virtually your entire post is a complaint about unexpected injuries, which can't be put on Douglas's plate unless the player had a history of injury. Mims, for example, had no history of injury in college, nor did Davis. Noting that injured players aren't helping the team is a rather circular argument. We will only know how Douglas's draft worked out when we see these players on the field. If they never get there, the pick was a waste. For now, it's far far too early to make that claim.