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What is our prime weakness?

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OL

WR

CB

??????

These our clearly the three weakness. Idk if there's one that stands out above the rest or not.

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probably CB. theres absolutely no way they should suck this bad with the talent they have in front of them

 

CB>Oline>WR

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CB....our Off can play and make things happen on a short field...which is what our Def has given them lately....we have holes in all three....but a true CB or safety would make a big difference....we'll step up next week.....KEEP POUNDING!!!!

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DBs. Not just corners. The whole lot. I like Mitchell, but he's shown some weaknesses in spots. Our CBs are just atrocious. Not physically. Can't seem to play men effectively.

Next I'd say oline.

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play calling

 

 

then OL, DB, WR

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Depends on what team we are playing but honestly its WR. None of our WRs take coverage with them at all and none of them can make a play without Cam. The Oline and CBs have been bad but nothing has killed this team like the WR position.

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WR, by fuging far. We have (had) the number one defense this year like it or not, without the help of stud DBs.

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Corner talent wise...but you dont need that to win...we need WR, two of them.

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