I would be okay if he switched S with OT
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Posted 26 December 2013 - 08:19 PM
although literally every year WR is projected to us this year I truly believe that needs to be one of our top two picks
Posted 26 December 2013 - 09:49 PM
Wouldn't mind taking S- Deone Bucannon in the 2nd or 3rd, but realistically we need to grab at least a WR or OT in the first two rounds.
Posted 07 January 2014 - 02:35 PM
OT would be an ideal pick but I would not reach. CB, WR, OG and FS would also be viable if there is value late in the first
Posted 07 January 2014 - 08:14 PM
Those should be our top priorities of filling first, then focus on a SS, OLB, etc
Posted 11 January 2014 - 06:01 PM
If anybody is watching this Seattle Nola game, this is why we Need to double dip WR Bad.
Seattle OL is playing no worse than ours if not worse Wilson has been scrambling around all day. The thing is they have WR's coming back, getting open, jumping up making difficult catches. Beast-Mode, not going to take anything away from him, but Nola has not been able to Stack the box at all unlike pretty much every opponent can do with us.
Our OL hasn't been great, but We have a Pro-Bowl caliber LT possibly coming back, Pro-Bowl Center, the First string young OG's after playing the season with 3rd strings included converted Defensive Tackle. Right tackle is weak but we do have a Mobile QB who can make time like Wilson. But outside of Smith (who is getting older and slower by the day and needs to be our #2) Our WideReceivers Can't get wide open and/or Can't Receive!!! It doesn't matter who the heck we have at OL. We could have Jake freaking Matthews fall all the way to our pick, but with our WR we are going to stay the same and not improve.
Double dipping at WR is a Must. 3rd-later rounds and FA we can figure out how to fix one of the leagues worst RT (which shouldn't be that hard)
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