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Second_Solution

Kicker for next season?

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Im cool with Gano.

We should look at Lawernce Tynes if he's still on the market.

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There's bigger concerns.

Don't care, tired of losing close games that could be won with a good kicker. I think people here underestimate a good kicker. Is there a bigger concern in what...the 5th/6th round? It's still the #1 position I want to see fixed, concerned or not, but like I said a fix doesn't mean giving up say a first rounder or something. You don't have to give up much to address it. We have some of the worst kickers in the entire league and have since Kasay.

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I think the importance of field goal kickers is sometimes underrated. I wouldn't mind seeing us spend a 6th round pick on a kicker, but I am not sure any of them are worth it. The kid from FSU seems to be the best, maybe we will take a shot at him.

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Gettleman will most likely sign a UDFA rookie to compete w/Gano.

And the voice of reason shows up.

Gano is Guano.

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Well it's settled then, we'll draft a kicker in the first since we need one so badly.

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Gano sucks. I think we draft one or bring in Tynes.

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Gettleman will most likely sign a UDFA rookie to compete w/Gano.

Draft Casey Barth in the 7th rd or sign him as an UDFA, we'll be covered by ESPN because of 2 brothers in the same division. Plus, he's pretty damn good.

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Draft Casey Barth in the 7th rd or sign him as an UDFA, we'll be covered by ESPN because of 2 brothers in the same division. Plus, he's pretty damn good.

Good idea. Too bad we don't have a 7th this year.

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