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  • #16
    Ideally if the Jags were to recognize that they are indeed in a rebuilding process, I'd prefer to see them draft a franchise QB with the 2010 draft as we could get him in the right start. Let him sit, learn the offense, get a few games under his belt when the season is flowing and we are not in the hunt for a playoff berth and let him start two preseasons.

    Flacco and Ryan were successful because they were in a fortunate situation. Jacksonville may have a strong running game should Jennings prove he is a viable alternate to MJD, and if Monroe/Britton prove to be the tackles for the future, we may have the OL to give a rookie QB the protection he would need. However, Garrard was given a big contract. Let him be the buffer for the rookie QB.

    If this is the approach they take as a completely rebuilding process I'd like to see:

    2010 Draft:

    1 - Franchise QB as long as one is available who fits the offensive scheme.
    3 - UT

    However, if Harvey/Groves are not showing any promise, I'd like to see the Jags convert to the 3-4. We would shift Groves to be an OLB and Knighton was projected as a hybrid NT who has the technique to play the 3-4. If this is the case, we could either draft a DE to play opposite Harvey in the 3-4 or attempt at a blitzing OLB.

    2011 Draft:
    1- CB to replace Mathis or if Cox shows no promise. (Mathis will be 31 and we know the drop for CBs.)
    2 - C
    3 - SS

    I'd like to see if Gerald Alexander could play SS. He had a solid rookie year in Detroit but was injured last season. Hopefully, he can play alongside Nelson.

    As for Nelson, I believe he's a good ballhawk. He has abysmal tackling skills because of his size. Should the defense be able to generate pressure, maybe he can have a season more comparable to his rookie year, in which he played very well.

    The trouble with Jacksonville's secondary is that they have been all ballhawks with very poor tackling ability. Only their LBs tackle and even at times they have poor form. Mathis has never been known for his tackling ability, nor was Williams, nor Nelson. Sensabaugh would make decent hits, but played poorly up until last year. I'd like to see the Jaguars try to utilize Derek Cox as a shutdown corner and draft a CB in 2010-2011 as an aggressive, hard hitting CB. I'll take a few penalties here and there if he's knocking the ball loose more times than he gets flagged.

    But I can see the point that if the bookend tackles are having good seasons by mid-year this year, the idea of waiting, replenishing the DL and the interior OL and being prepared to thrust a rookie into the starting role in 2011, with a minor role and let him learn slowly.

    The Jags just need to realize that MJD is their offense. Dillard is a wonderful possession receiver who will hopefully convert first downs like mad. Walker has flashes but has been unfortunate with injuries and just needs playing time. Hopefully Mike Thomas can also develop a speedy, agile receiver role. This team does not need a gunslinger. It just needs to be able to manage the game as it used to. If we try to build an offense behind a rookie gunslinger, MJD's prime years will be wasted with a rookie QB throwing more INTs than TDs.

    Protect your feature players with a strong OL and give yourself a capable defense. I'd rather see us blitz and get beat deep than have a recap of the Brady playoff game and sit back in coverage and let him go 27-29 and eat up 65% of the possession. Jacksonville is a possession team. Draft like it.

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    • #17
      Updated 11/25/2009. If you need someone to check to see if this is up to date, message me. I'll update it if needed.

      The biggest Free Agents that NE may incur are Vince Wilfork, Logan Mankins, and Stephen Gostkowski. All of them are Restricted Free Agents in 2010 baring a new CBA saying otherwise. That changes things quite a bit. In Order of Need:

      --------- Starter Needed --------

      1) OLB: This is easily the biggest need in NE. The guys starting their now are basically special teamers and versatile rotation players. Derrick Burgess isn't an answer. Pierre Woods and Tully Banta-Cain haven't shown a lot. Adalius Thomas was moved inside, benched (actually, deactivated), and moved back outside. Gary Guyton is inside when he could be playing outside on first and second down. There is no difference makers at OLB and it's killing their pass rush.

      2) DE: This is unquestionably the biggest need in NE regardless of the system they want to play. Ty Warren is an acceptable DE/DT, but Jarvis Green is over the hill and basically just a run stuffer. NE needs a LOS controlling 34 DE if they want to continue using the 34. If they want to move to the 43, they MUST get a pass rushing end. This group can not destroy the pocket at all. They get infrequent sacks, but QBs spend a large amount of time in the pocket and not scrambling. In my opinion, both ends need replacement. OLs seem to dominante them and linebackers at the next level. They aren't controlling the LOS very well.

      3) ILB: Jerod Mayo is clearly a stud, but because of the DLs play and the lack of a partner against the run, he's basically the target of OL when the ball is being ran. A 34 WILL is a need. Gary Guyton can play coverage but Junior Seau was brought in because Guyton isn't a great run stopper. Rob Ninkovich (sp?) was replaced by Seau.

      4) RB: This is kind of interesting because Laurence Maroney hasn't looked good consistently and Benjarvus Green-Ellis is raw. Then Kevin Faulk, Sammy Morris, and Fred Taylor are all at the end of their career. All will be free agents after 2010. They will need to look a running back of the future, but how long they wait will be determined on what they think of BJGE and Maroney. This isn't as immediate of a need as people think. The OL needs to step up and get better run blocking play. When the line blocks, they are successful. Next draft could be the year for NE to go after their running back. Without Fred Taylor, this group is average to below average. Kevin Faulk can't be expected to have a game like he did against Indianapolis regularly. Maroney is a bust. BJGE is still raw. Sammy Morris is on his way out (BJGE could take over at FB with little difference... although BJGE needs to work on his overall game). I'm moving this up because the running game is putrid.

      ------- Future/rotation player ---------

      5) OL: This group needs some youth but I think they are still solid up front. Sebastian Vollmer has looked good at LT. Logan Mankins will be retained at LG. Dan Koppen is a respectable center, but a 2nd round pick at center wouldn't be shocking if they find the right guy. Stephen Neal just doesn't look good at all, a RG could be a serious need. Overall, that depends a lot on Rich Ohrnberger's development. Nick Kaczur sucks. Please replace him. If Matt Light can play RT, then a RT might be a lower draft priority. At this point, I am starting to think a Guard or Center (2nd round) prospect is a good choice, but an elite tackle is probably an over-drafting. Sure, you always want an elite tackle, but Sebastian Vollmer has played 4 solid weeks and only given up 1 sack I think. He's played 3 solid pass rushers too.

      ------- Luxury --------

      6) QB: A mid round pick will likely be spent on QB because they only have 2 QBs, a future hall of famer and a work in progress. They need a guy to come in to throw passes in training camp if nothing else. This could be a round 4 pick or even a round 2 pick if someone fell into their lap (or a round 1 pick if something crazy like Jimmy Clausen falling to them...).

      7) WR: Somehow, this group is overlooked. They have a young Wes Welker, a young Brandon Tate, Isaiah Stanbeck, Sam Aiken looks good right now. Julian Edelman has looked sharp. The only WR who is "over the hill" is Randy Moss. A WR just isn't that big of a priority unless they can get a draft steal. If he's the obvious BPA, I could see it, but no Randy Moss's are in the draft in my opinion.

      8) NT/DT: Vince Wilfork will be retained and Myron Pryor is picking it up daily. Ron Brace is looking like a 2nd round bust, but he's only been around a little while. That's a solid group. Mike Wright can play UT. Jarvis Green and Ty Warren can play DT in a 43 if needed. That group is stacked, with or without Brace. With the class coming out in 2010, I can't see anything but a late round pick.

      9) K/P: Stephen Gostkowski will be retained and is an All-Pro caliber (has he been one?) kicker. Chris Hanson is an old punter who could use a replacement, but is serviceable.

      10) CB: This part of the team is better than most people think. Darius Butler and Johnathan Wilhite are playing good. Shaun Springs and Leigh Bodden have looked replaceable because these guys have played well, not for bad reasons. Springs may be kept around for a while as a nickel simply because Terrence Wheatley is another second rounder who isn't panning out like the Patriots would have though. A nickel/dime pick in the later rounds wouldn't be a bad idea.

      11) S: James Sanders, Patrick Chung, Brandon Meriweather, and Brandon McGowan are playing great. No need at safety. This is the only group I think I can say there is "no need".

      12) FB/H-Back: I'm not sure they want one, but if they do, NE doesn't have a real one right now.
      Last edited by Descendency; 11-25-2009, 03:18 PM. Reason: updating.

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      • #18
        tennessee: I honestly have no idea what our needs will be, but I can tell you what needs upgrading

        QB: an upgrade would be nice, but I dont think it will happen, see the tennessee needs post for why

        o-line: set at the tackles and LG, we already have mawae's replacement on the roster, our RG (eugene amato) is a UFA but is not 6 yr vet, so it is iffy if he will be a free agent or not. he is the worst player on the o-line, but that comes with a grain of salt because everyone else is so good.

        WR: not a need, we took kenny britt in the first round last year and got nate washington in free agency. gage-britt-washington is a good 123 and I think tennessee is happy with it.

        TE: bo scaife is an above average pass catching TE, alge crumpler is the primary blocking TE, both are UFA, but scaife does not have the years to qualify if the CBA lapses. Jared cook is our pass catcher of the future, and craig stevens is our blocking TE, we could use a 3rd one on a mid-late pick, but it is not a need.

        FB: set, amard hall is a stud

        defense

        DT: set, we spent 2 2nd round picks on the position in the past 2 years (jason jones, senderrik marks) and got jovan haye in free agency, that is our 3 deep for the forseeable future

        DE: could use some more talent, kearse and Kyle Vandenbosh are both UFA's at the end of this season, and I think they are both gone. our 3rd DE is jacob ford (3rd year) speed rusher, is currently our nickle rusher and is very good in that role, william hayes is a 4th round pick in his 2nd year and will be a contributor next year. we will need another DE to contribute on a rotational basis, either through free agency or a high draft pick.

        LBs: keith bulluck (weakside) and stephen tulluch (middle) are both UFAs, bulluck has the years, tulluch does not. we have spent 2 consecutive 4th rounders on LBs to hopefully fill in for these 2, but I dont know how far along they are or if another LB will be needed in place of one of them. david thorton is a stud at strongside linebacker, good there.

        Saftey: set, no new talent needed

        CB: probably the biggest need on the roster, finnegan is a stud, harper is not. we need a starting caliber corner to be the long term answer opposite Finnegan. this is the most pressing need on the roster.

        those are my thoughts, a lot will depend on what happens with the collective bagianing agreement, but it should be enough to work with.

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        • #19
          1) Guards: Our guards are getting blown up almost every play. Sadly, this won't be taken because we signed Omiyale. If I'm drafting as Chicago, that's my first pick.
          2) DE: All 3 are going to be FA's (1 pending on CBA I think), we will need at least 1 DE drafted. Drafted a DE Melton in 4th round last year, but developmental prospect.
          3) CB: Bowman can't stay healthy, Tillman is getting older, Vasher is done. We drafted DJ moore last year in the 4th.
          4) LB: Urlacher down, HH down...we are slowly running out of LB's. Time to start thinking of a eventual replacement.
          5) DT: We need some more inside presence. Drafted Jaron Gilbert to be 3 Tech, but NT is still very unsettled. Staff believes in Marcus Harrison, 3rd rounder from 2 years ago
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          • #20
            For the Colts

            QB: No need at all. They drafted Curtis Painter last year and that Manning kid is okay.

            RB: Again, not a need with Addai and Brown.

            WR: Not a need. Wayne-Gonzalez-Garcon-Collie is a great receiver lineup.

            TE: Not a need. Jacob Tamme and Gijon Robinson are suitable backups for Clark.

            OT: Big need on the right side. Diem is getting old and I would not be surprised if it is his last year. Left side has done well with Charlie Johnson.

            OG: Again, a need on the right side. Pollak sucks and was a huge bust. It's so bad that Kyle DeVan who was last seen playing with the Boise Burn of af2 could take his starting job. Personally, I want them to move Ugoh to RG.

            C: Saturday is a HOFer and Jamey Richard is a good backup. Not a need.

            DE: This would be a late-round pick. I think that they may need a little depth at defensive end. Now they are moving in the direction of bigger defensive ends, so they cut a few of the smaller guys they had gone with under Dungy.

            DT: Surprisingly not a need at all. Barring another Quinn Pit****sucker situation, they have the depth and youth at DT.

            OLB: Not a need again. Tyjuan Hagler and Clint Session are good starters and Philip Wheeler is a nice backup. Ramon Humber also emerged this preseason as a future contributor. However, I would not be surprised if someone is taken here just for a little depth.

            MLB: This could be a very big need. Gary Brackett is injury-prone and is in his contract year. I think that there is a chance that he could not be re-signed, which would make this a huge need.

            CB: This is a small need and not one that would be covered until Day 3 (sounds weird saying). Jerraud Powers and Kelvin Hayden have established themselves as good starters and Jacob Lacey is a sleeper as a UDFA. However, with Jackson and Jennings (who sucks) in their contract years, it may very well get covered.

            S: This could be a need depending on Sanders' health. Bethea is in his contract year and I think he could walk. If he does, they will have 2 choices: Re-sign Marlin Jackson and move him to safety or draft someone. I think the latter is more likely.

            ST: Even though I think Vinny might be gone after this year, Shane Andrus is the annointed one in replacing AV. McAfee has emerged as an amazing punter and kickoff specialist, so those positions don't need to be covered. Kickoff returner is a big need IMO and it will need to be covered (Perrish Cox!)

            I'd say

            1. RT
            2. RG
            3. DE
            4. S
            5. MLB
            Colts CMD

            QB-Peyton Manning
            RB-
            WR-Anquan Boldin
            WR-Doug Baldwin
            WR-Mohamed Sanu
            TE-Kyle Rudolph
            LT-Eugene Monroe
            LG-Matt Slauson
            C-Roberto Garza
            RG-Willie Colon
            RT-Joe Barksdale

            DE-Michael Bennett
            DT-Terrance Knighton
            DT-Tony McDaniel
            DE-Robert Ayers
            OLB-Malcolm Smith
            MLB-Kiko Alonso
            OLB-
            CB-Alterraun Verner
            CB-
            FS-Michael Griffin
            SS-Marcus Gilchrist

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            • #21
              Redjet I think you misread Unbiased, we do not need OTs, he was just explaining his team construction pattern. You also wrote DL twice.

              Right now, if we are planning our 1st round needs in 2010, a productive sack artist is arguably the thing we need the most. We have to see what Groves brings to the table this year but we'll need somebody across from him anyway (yes I already gave up on Harvey and right now he's playing 5 technique).

              The second need is Eric Berry, ahem I mean a playmaker at the safety position. Unless we suck really bad we won't be able to get Berry and we'll have to see if someone has a similar skillset in April.

              CB if there's some good value on the board and no other BPA at position of need.

              5 technique doesn't seem to hold that much value IMO, putting a guy like Suh out there would be a waste of skills and we have Harvey at that spot for now, efficient 5-tech can be found regularly in the middle rounds.

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              • #22
                Bills:

                QB - Trent absolutely refuses to throw the ball farther than 5 yards down the field. Captain checkdown to the extreme.

                LT - Unless Demetrius Bell steps up his game, we seriously need a LT.

                OL - Depth in general is a huge concern. After our starters (which are shaky to begin with - mostly due to inexperience), we have putrid garbage for depth.

                OLB - Keith Ellison is awful.

                DT - Not a large need, but adding a large man in the rotation couldn't hurt.

                DE - Our DEs are playing shockingly well thus far, but we are aging. We need a LE to play since Ryan Denney is old, crappy and a FA after this season.

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                • #23
                  Saints:
                  OLB/DE - Last year not getting any pressure on the QB made it so that even Andy Reid could have played as QB. Fujita is 30 and his contract is expiring and Shanle is ok at best imo.

                  DT - Teaming up next to Ellis will help both rush def and pass rushing going along with what I said above about needing to get pressure on the QB.

                  S - Darren Sharper is doing great things for the secondary so far but he is only signed for one year. The need for a leader and big play maker back there will be important. We could slide Jenkins back there and draft a CB depending on who is available.

                  RB - I see alot of people mocking a RB first round. While I agree to it at some points I just don't feel it is as urgent. Mike Bell and Pierre have shown me good things so far so I wouldn't use a first round pick there. I might have last years draft on Wells but I don't see anyone STAND OUT for the spot. I say wait til round 2 or 3 and try to pick up someone like Royster and have him put on a little weight.

                  QB - The saints have been trying to find a young backup they can groom to play behind Brees. While Brunell can get the job done if needed he is now 38 and his contract expires after this year. With a deep QB class look for them to try to find their backup.

                  C - Not really too much to say here but that it could be upgraded.

                  TE - 3 out of the 4 TE's on the rosters contracts expire after this year so they probably will pick one up later in the draft instead of resigning them all.

                  WR - Not a need but having another potent big play maker across from Colston could make defenses not come back after halftime. While Moore is ok, better options can be found.

                  Yea I listed alot but its all the areas I thought could/should be looked at.
                  Originally posted by eagles1990
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by CallmetheBrees View Post
                    Saints:
                    OLB/DE - Last year not getting any pressure on the QB made it so that even Andy Reid could have played as QB. Fujita is 30 and his contract is expiring and Shanle is ok at best imo.

                    DT - Teaming up next to Ellis will help both rush def and pass rushing going along with what I said above about needing to get pressure on the QB.

                    S - Darren Sharper is doing great things for the secondary so far but he is only signed for one year. The need for a leader and big play maker back there will be important. We could slide Jenkins back there and draft a CB depending on who is available.

                    RB - I see alot of people mocking a RB first round. While I agree to it at some points I just don't feel it is as urgent. Mike Bell and Pierre have shown me good things so far so I wouldn't use a first round pick there. I might have last years draft on Wells but I don't see anyone STAND OUT for the spot. I say wait til round 2 or 3 and try to pick up someone like Royster and have him put on a little weight.

                    QB - The saints have been trying to find a young backup they can groom to play behind Brees. While Brunell can get the job done if needed he is now 38 and his contract expires after this year. With a deep QB class look for them to try to find their backup.

                    C - Not really too much to say here but that it could be upgraded.

                    TE - 3 out of the 4 TE's on the rosters contracts expire after this year so they probably will pick one up later in the draft instead of resigning them all.

                    WR - Not a need but having another potent big play maker across from Colston could make defenses not come back after halftime. While Moore is ok, better options can be found.

                    Yea I listed alot but its all the areas I thought could/should be looked at.
                    Also we are very good at giving away our draft picks as was seen last year so you never know what kind of strings will be pulled leaving us with next to no picks for the year.
                    Originally posted by eagles1990
                    "Need to get a first down.... But that ref's ass is just so nice!!!"-Brady
                    Originally posted by Antec
                    A horse doesn't want you to rape it.
                    Originally posted by GongKong
                    Athletes are super into the gang banging of chicks. It breeds team work.
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                    • #25
                      The Falcons needs:
                      OLB - Another Ballhawking hard hitting mean SOB like Curtis Lofton and Mike Peterson would be much appreciated.
                      DT - Jerry is coming off another knee injury, we need someone who can challenge him for time and pick up the slack if he goes down again
                      #1 CB - only 1 or 2 in this draft, but I think it's one of our biggest needs if one of the guys falls to us.
                      OL - with McClure aging and Dahl and Clabo in the last year of their contracts, this is a need that will likely get addressed.

                      Depth Needs:
                      Backup QB
                      Future/Backup TE

                      The Things the Falcons DONT need:
                      starting QB - Matt Ryan. nuff sed.
                      RB - Norwood, Turner and Snelling. we're set.
                      WR - White is a pro bowler. Jenkins is an underrated high caliber #2, Douglas, Booker and Finneran are all good sltos and #4 guys, and Weems is our ST Ace and sporadic WR.
                      Left side of OL - they are performing well this year.
                      DE - we have 5 on the roster who are already stuggling for PT... no need for a 6th.
                      MLB - Curtis Lofton is a Beast
                      S - Coleman and Decoud are both looking very impressive right now.

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                      • #26
                        49ers:

                        1. OT
                        2. QB
                        3. S

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                        • #27
                          Chicago Bears

                          Needs:
                          DE - With Ogunleye and Brown both FA, we need someone we can start, i doubt they'll both be back, but i do expect us to sign one of them.

                          ILB - We could look for a replacement for Urlacher now, he's getting up there in years, and has been hurt.

                          G - Garza is awful, Omiyale isn't that good either, but Beekman might be a little better plus he's still young, but we definitely need a RG, Garza is up there in years as well, unsure why we didn't take Robinson, or Johnson last year?

                          FS - Daniel Manning looks solid there right now, but if he doesn't get it done, then we definitely need a FS, we don't have another player that would be any good at FS. Plus they like putting Manning at nickel.

                          RB - a backup for Forte would be nice, Adrian Peterson is solid, along with Wolfe, but i think we could find a better backup in round 5 or 6

                          Not Needs:
                          QB - Jay Cutler

                          WR - Hester, Knox, and Bennett look spectacular so far this year, and Iglesias hasn't even got onto the field

                          OT - Atleast for another year, we have Pace, Williams, Shaffer, and Omiyale could move over and play T if need be

                          C - Kreutz will continue to get it done for a few more years

                          DT - For now, lets see how Harris does, he seems to be always hurt, and haven't seen his name called at all.. We may need to replace him in a year or two..

                          OLB - Briggs, and Tinoisomoa are great, we just need to hold on to Pisa, if we don't we can look at that, but Roach looks awesome.

                          CB - Tillman, Bowman, Graham, Vasher, D.J. Moore, 5 guys wanting playing time, they're not all stellar, but Tillman is the real deal, and Bowman has played pretty well.

                          SS - I thought Payne played alright last year, and then Afalava comes in and just snatches his job, Afalava has done nothing but impress me so far!
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                          • #28
                            For the Bills:
                            First, not a draft need, but a need none the less: NEW COACHING STAFF

                            QB: The pressure is on Trent Edwards, but I can see management giving him more time to develop especially when a new coaching staff / system come in after this season. Ryan Fitzpatrick should not be a QB in the NFL. I'm not sure he would start in the UFL either. A back up is sorely needed here, if not someone who can possibly replace Trent Edwards if he continues to fail.

                            WR: T.O. will be gone, Hardy has not had any playing time to develop. Josh Reed is a slot WR at best. Roscoe Parrish will likely be traded. Steve Johnson is a nice development guy, but a work in process and not that Tall WR they need.

                            OL: Jury is out on Bell, this season will tell how he is developing. The Merrideth pick up from GB, calms this need as he is another project guy with a ton of upside. They do need depth. Could be a very solid group some day.

                            DE: This will depend on the new system of course, but Kelsey and Denney are soon to be FA, and should not be retained. That leaves Schobel, Ellis and Maybin. Depth will be needed.

                            DT: Performing betting than expected this year. McCargo will be gone soon though and replacement needed.

                            OLB: HUGE Need. This will be their 1st round pick. Nic Harris was a nice pick up but a project player. Ellison although playing well for himself, he is a liability. They did not replace Crowell in this past offseason, it is a huge priority this year. I don't think Marcus Freeman is that guy.

                            ILB: Poz is solid, but an injury risk. After him, there is...ummm... Marcus Buggs. Yeah, depth is a definity need here.

                            Here is my order, no idea on who it should be yet.

                            Round:
                            1: OLB
                            2: OT
                            3: DE / DT
                            4: QB
                            5: WR
                            6: ILB
                            7: OL

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by J Snazzy View Post
                              1) Guards: Our guards are getting blown up almost every play. Sadly, this won't be taken because we signed Omiyale. If I'm drafting as Chicago, that's my first pick.
                              2) DE: All 3 are going to be FA's (1 pending on CBA I think), we will need at least 1 DE drafted. Drafted a DE Melton in 4th round last year, but developmental prospect.
                              3) CB: Bowman can't stay healthy, Tillman is getting older, Vasher is done. We drafted DJ moore last year in the 4th.
                              4) LB: Urlacher down, HH down...we are slowly running out of LB's. Time to start thinking of a eventual replacement.
                              5) DT: We need some more inside presence. Drafted Jaron Gilbert to be 3 Tech, but NT is still very unsettled. Staff believes in Marcus Harrison, 3rd rounder from 2 years ago
                              I like Harrison, I think Bowman is pretty damn good, he was a rook and tore his bicep last year, still finished out the game, and caught the game clinching INT, he started slow this year with an injury, and i know its not ideal, but i don't think its going to be an issue, Vasher seems so done, don't forget about Graham, he played well last year when Vash was out.
                              Hillenmeyer is the worst starting MLB in the NFL, they should start Roach, he looked better. i agree the Gaurd play needs to be upgraded! I think we have to worry a little more about Tommie's play than Harrisons, or Adams, or even Gilberts.. Tommie just hasn't really shown up, i think he got a sack in the Pitts game, but otherwise he hasn't really been a big factor..
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by DevineIntervention View Post
                                I like Harrison, I think Bowman is pretty damn good, he was a rook and tore his bicep last year, still finished out the game, and caught the game clinching INT, he started slow this year with an injury, and i know its not ideal, but i don't think its going to be an issue, Vasher seems so done, don't forget about Graham, he played well last year when Vash was out.
                                Hillenmeyer is the worst starting MLB in the NFL, they should start Roach, he looked better. i agree the Gaurd play needs to be upgraded! I think we have to worry a little more about Tommie's play than Harrisons, or Adams, or even Gilberts.. Tommie just hasn't really shown up, i think he got a sack in the Pitts game, but otherwise he hasn't really been a big factor..
                                Bowman has always been injured, hence I'm like eh. Our Safety play hasn't been bad, which is shocking to me.

                                Tommie is pretty much done I think. Those knees are killing him. Notice how everyone looks better except for Tommie. Gilbert was drafted to be his eventual replacement IMO.
                                Last edited by J Snazzy; 09-29-2009, 03:33 PM.
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