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2014 Draft Positions of Need.

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My 2014 Dream Off-Season

FA:

Hakeem Nicks WR

Richie Incognito OG

Draft:

1st Rd: Cyrus Kouandjio OT

2nd Rd: Aaron Colvin CB

3rd Rd: WR/Safety

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oline,wr,cb

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Whomever the best player to be available to us at WR or on the OL is the direction we should go. I couldn't begin to tell you which one will be more essential. The OL is awful and needs a premiere young talent at OT, and the time to stop putting off looking for elite WR talent came and passed two years ago at least. And yeah, we need Secondary help too.

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antonio richardson from Tennessee is another tackle to keep an eye on.  there could be 4 bigtime OT's in the draft. Let's see where they end up.  Plenty of good WR's in this draft as well.   

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That CB class next year is pretty legit. If y'all havent check it out yet, go do so.

(Bradley Roby can make some "hits".)

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looks like 3 or 4 corners have a preseason 1st round grade.  Safety class doesn't look nearly as good.    

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we need multiple college qb's and de's to star this season.  Teams in the top 10 need those positions,

which could push a very good ol down to us.

 

Hope for a slew of qb's breaking out this year.

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OT

WR

CB

G

S

DE after Hardy leaves for payday

LB after Beast leaves for a Mike position

 

Hopefully we can get an O-Line starter and a legit WR/CB in FA. The rest can come through the draft. We have a knack for finding good DE's off the damn street and we have a stable full of great LB's so I'm not too worried about those two positions. After all that, draft BPA in the first and second as always. Hopefully BPA will be an O-Lineman, a DB, or a WR. This team has a shtload of holes, but it's not outside the realm of possibility to get most of them filled. I still think the secondary is going to have to wait for major reinforcements until offseason 2015, which is fine as long as we give them a legit band aid this coming offseason. Band aid as in one legit player at CB or S. Sooooo

 

 

Pick up an OT/G and a WR in FA

Draft BPA and hope BPA is O-Line/WR/DB - Make sure we draft at least one legit DB in the first or second round unless a great FA falls into our laps. O-Line needs to be a focus, though. That line needs help BAD. My IDEAL order would be...

 

1 - O-Line

2 - DB

After that, BPA with a focus on WR/O-Line talent.

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we need multiple college qb's and de's to star this season. Teams in the top 10 need those positions,

which could push a very good ol down to us.

Hope for a slew of qb's breaking out this year.

I'm not sure if any of the top 3 OTs (Matthews, Lewan, and Kouandjio) will fall out the top 12. Teams are OTs hungry these days. Matthews and Lewan would've been 1st rounders ahead of guys like Fluker, Johnson and Pugh if had entered the draft.

Assuming if we're anywhere better than picking before the top 15 picks, we might have no luck at one of those three guys. But, we could settle for a quality Guard like Cyril Richardson or Gabe Jackson. Also, from now til next year draft some guys from nowhere could put themselves up there with the rest of the notables.

If anything, lets hope that some the DTs (Nix,etc) and Corners push the OTs down.

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That CB class next year is pretty legit. If y'all havent check it out yet, go do so.

(Bradley Roby can make some "hits".)

 

I really hope we're not in position to Draft Roby.  He's likely a top 10 pick.  Has every skill necessary to be a shutdown Corner, just needs to refine his technique pressing and jamming WRs at the line, and learn to get his head around so he's not so grabby down field.

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