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Rick Grimes

Why won't Gettleman pull the trigger for the Secondary?

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Good Lord, how can we let a guy like Baccari Rambo go? He is a day 1 starter.

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Maybe they like Godfrey/Campbell at FS/SS

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Apparently not a single person whose opinion matters thinks rambo is a day 1 starter.

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The team likes the guys they have apparently. Im not convinced but if the team is defer to their judgement and then yell if it fails during the season.

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I think that Rambo and Rogers are off the board because of their off the field issues.

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This is what makes me most nervous. His faith in the position is fine, but don't be so cocky that you don't do due diligence and add great competition there when it's staring you in the face. If "your guys" are really as good as you think, they'll win, but to stake the season on such a massive question mark is a terrifying prospect.

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Good Lord, how can we let a guy like Baccari Rambo go? He is a day 1 starter.

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This division is stacked with quarterbacks and wide receivers and passing on some of the talent that has fallen is truly mind blowing. Low risk, high reward but this franchise has always been too scared to pull the trigger to potentially get us over the top.

There are still starters at skill positions to be had on both sides of the ball because of character issues but we will take an offensive or defensive linemen that won't see the field.

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