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  • Matt McGuire's NFL Draftology 205 A - Positional Demand

    http://walterfootball.com/nfldraftology205A.php

    Great read, Matt

    I would say the Broncos have a need at ILB too.

    You could say WR is a huge position of need. Look at all the teams that need WRs and how many:

    Eagles (1), Cowboys (1), Vikings (1), Bears (2), Saints (1), Falcons (1), Buccaneers (1), 49ers (2), Seahawks (2), Dolphins (1), Jaguars (billion), Titans (trillion), Texans (1), Broncos (1), Chiefs (1), Raiders (1)
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    The Skins drafted Landry as a strong safety not a free safety (Sean Taylor played free safety) but overall this article was a good read. Nice job Matt.


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    • #3
      Also, isn't Aaron Rodgers' contract up at the end of the year? Assuming the Packers don't re-sign him as we always do until it happens I would think Rodgers would rank above McCown there.


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      • #4
        Hey, Spencer Larsen may surprise at LB. I think he will have a big impact on the running game, but he isn't all that hot in coverage.
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        • #5
          Very good read. I am liking these articles.
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          • #6
            Another nice read.
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            • #7
              Great Article. Really enjoyed the time taken out to read it.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by MMONTERO View Post
                Also, isn't Aaron Rodgers' contract up at the end of the year?
                No.

                Also Matt, Niko Koutouvides isn't anything I would call solid. But hey, you're the draft expert

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Walter View Post
                  http://walterfootball.com/nfldraftology205A.php

                  Great read, Matt

                  I would say the Broncos have a need at ILB too.

                  You could say WR is a huge position of need. Look at all the teams that need WRs and how many:

                  Eagles (1), Cowboys (1), Vikings (1), Bears (2), Saints (1), Falcons (1), Buccaneers (1), 49ers (2), Seahawks (2), Dolphins (1), Jaguars (billion), Titans (trillion), Texans (1), Broncos (1), Chiefs (1), Raiders (1)
                  It's pretty speculative at this point, but a lot of those teams mentioned are wait-and-see with the WR need: TAmpa, Atlanta, New Orleans, Minny, Philly, Chiefs, Broncos, Texans, etc. I'd classify WR as a medium need.

                  I forgot about the Broncos with the ILB need ...if you could include them in there I'd appreciate it. I saw the other day the moved Williams to WILL again but I forgot. Basically I just have all the depth charts memorized to best of my ability in my head, and I look on the top of NFL.com to remember all the teams. Then I use ESPN.com's depth charts and rotoworld. I basically do this 365 days a year, but Walter owns me when it comes to knowing more about NFL players than I do
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                  • #10
                    Well done Matt. Looking forward to the next one.

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