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VipMattMan

Getting a new QB or DE shouldn't be our primary move this offseason.

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I think Brayton will improve over the offseason. Its really the first year in long while that he is at his natural position and he was a pleasant surprise for us this year.

I'm in agreement with that although they probably will need a better than average DE to rotate in and out of there with Brayton and Johnson. I still think they need a better pass rushing DT though. IDK where they could pick up somebody like that. I'm not to sure who is big in the draft this year from that position, but they could be worth a look.

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I'm down with a good DT. Inside pressure makes it easier on the defensive ends, and collapses pockets quicker. Give me another Jenkins type, with a little better attitude, and let CJ show us what he can do on the end.

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