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Old 12-13-2011, 04:13 PM    (permalink
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2012 TITANS NEEDS...

Interior OL:
Everyone knows that the Titans' running-game has suffered this year. Part of that has been the result of Chris Johnson being out-of-shape and running more tentatively this year. However, a HUGE part of the problem has been our interior OL. Both Jake Scott and Leroy Harris are free-agents this offseason, and it's unlikely that either will be back -- Scott is older and very average, Harris is a walking penalty. We just paid Eugene Amano a lot of money last offseason, but he's been playing terribly -- he's too fat/slow and doesn't get much of a push. So...there's a realistic chance that the Titans could be looking for three new OL starters this offseason.

Pass-Rushing DE:
Our best, most consistent pass-rusher is a rookie DT (Karl Klug), which doesn't speak highly of our DEs. Both Jason Jones and Derrick Morgan are solid; however, neither is a true pass-rusher. Jones is too small and injury-prone to play a full season at DT, and he's not athletic enough to consistently beat OTs. Morgan has been very average -- though he is still recovering from a serious knee-injury that typically takes two years for full recovery. William Hayes is nothing more than depth; and Dave Ball has some serious injury issues (and doesn't fit our system anyway). Getting a consistent pass-rush with our DEs would go a LONG way in helping our young LBs and DBs.

SS/FS
I think we'll re-sign Michael Griffin, but he's been really inconsistent throughout his career. He'll make a great play one moment and then do something idiotic. At the very least, we need a young FS backup that we can develop into a starter down the road. More importantly, we need a legit starter at SS, as Chris Hope is old/expensive and Jordan Babineaux is better suited in a backup role.

WR depth
I like our top three WRs: Kenny Britt, Damien Williams, and Nate Washington. But, with Britt's injury history and with the NFL increasingly becoming a passing league, we could definitely use some depth at that position. Marc Mariani is a great special-teamer but not a true WR; and we have no idea if Donnie Avery will ever return to his pre-injury self.

WLB
Akeem Ayers and Colin McCarthy look like the real deal. Will Witherspoon is OK, but he can definitely be improved upon. I'd love to see us draft or sign a more talented WLB and move Witherspoon to our primary LB-backup spot, since he's versatile enough to play all three LB spots.

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DE, DE, DE
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In that order, by my estimation
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A pass rusher has to be the top need for the Bills. I would not overlook wide receiver in an early round, though. I'm very much hoping for one, even under the assumption that the Stevie Johnson situation doesn't become totally bollocksed. Cornerback is an appealing choice, as well. We just took Aaron Williams rather highly and he looks promising, but McKelvin was relegated to special teams for the latter part of the year and Florence is nothing to count on. McGee is done. Offensive line could be a strong choice with the right value.
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Updated Seattle Seahawks Team Needs

QB
DE
DT
MLB (If Hawthorne leaves via FA)
OLB (If Hawthorne leaves via FA and Wright slides to MLB)
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RB (Only if Lynch walks, which is extremely unlikely)
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The Patriots should be looking for wide receivers, a center and/or guard (depending on how sold they are on Dan Connolly as a starting option at center and Marcus Cannon as Brian Waters' replacement), a pass rusher or two, a five-technique or two, and a safety.
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2. G
3. Olb
4. Nt
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01. Indianapolis Colts
QB, WR, 34OLB, NT, 34DE, OG, TE, SS, CB, RB

02. St. Louis Rams
LT, RG, WR, RB, OLB, DT, S, CB

03. Minnesota Vikings
LT, WR, CB, FS, DT, LB, SS

04. Cleveland Browns
QB, DE, WR, RT, CB, RB*
05. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
CB, LT, RB, WR, DT

06. Washington Redskins
QB, ILB, OG/C, CB, WR, NT, 34OLB

07. Jacksonville Jaguars
WR, DE, CB, CB, FS, RT, WR

08. Miami Dolphins
QB, OLB, FS, RT, RG, CB

09. Carolina Panthers
DT, DE, CB, WR, OLB, RT, S

10. Buffalo Bills
DE, OLB, TE, CB, WR*, LT*

11. Kansas City Chiefs
RT, NT, RB, OG/C, TE, OLB

12. Seattle Seahawks
QB, DE, DT, MLB/OLB*, WR, CB

13. Arizona Cardinals
OLB, OT, WR, ILB, TE, DE*

14. Dallas Cowboys
CB, C, OG, ILB, DE, OLB, S

15. Philadelphia Eagles
OLB, MLB, DT, SS, WR*, CB

16. New York Jets
WR, S, OLB, DE, ILB, NT*, RB

17. Cincinnati Bengals (f/ OAK)
CB, S, RB, OG, WR, DE, DT

18. San Diego Chargers
OLB, S, CB, OT, OG, DE, RB*

19. Chicago Bears
WR, TE, OG/C, LT, CB, SS, SLB, DE


20. Tennessee Titans
OG/C, OG, DE, S, LB, CB, WR

21. Oakland Raiders
34OLB, OG, CB, NT, OT

22. Atlanta Falcons
CB*, LT, DE, TE, RB, OG, C*, FS*, MLB*

23. Detroit Lions
CB, OG, LB, OT, DE, RB, S, KR

24. Pittsburgh Steelers
OG, CB, ILB, NT, RB, CB, LT, WR*,

25. Denver Broncos
CB, RB, C, MLB, DT*, QB

26. Houston Texans
WR, OG/C*, WR, NT, SS, CB

27. New England Patriots (f/ NO)
34DE, DE, 34DE, 34OLB, WR, S, OG/C

28. Green Bay Packers
OLB, 34DE, CB, S, RB, C*

29. Baltimore Ravens
OLB, WR, ILB, S, RB, C*, OG*

30. San Francisco 49ers
WR, RG/RT, OLB*, CB*, 34DE, S

31. New Orleans
OLB, DT, SS, OLB, WR*, LG*

32. New York Giants
TE, MLB, RB, OG, OT, DT

What do y'all think? * means FA impacts the position as a need potentially.

Also, sometimes 34DE is listed for teams that play an odd front in 4-3 (NE, SEA).
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01. Indianapolis Colts
QB, WR, 34OLB, NT, 34DE, OG, TE, SS, CB, RB

02. St. Louis Rams
LT, RG, WR, RB, OLB, DT, S, CB

03. Minnesota Vikings
LT, WR, CB, FS, DT, LB, SS

04. Cleveland Browns
QB, DE, WR, RT, CB, RB*
05. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
CB, LT, RB, WR, DT

06. Washington Redskins
QB, ILB, OG/C, CB, WR, NT, 34OLB

07. Jacksonville Jaguars
WR, DE, CB, CB, FS, RT, WR

08. Miami Dolphins
QB, OLB, FS, RT, RG, CB

09. Carolina Panthers
DT, DE, CB, WR, OLB, RT, S

10. Buffalo Bills
DE, OLB, TE, CB, WR*, LT*

11. Kansas City Chiefs
RT, NT, RB, OG/C, TE, OLB

12. Seattle Seahawks
QB, DE, DT, MLB/OLB*, WR, CB

13. Arizona Cardinals
OLB, OT, WR, ILB, TE, DE*

14. Dallas Cowboys
CB, C, OG, ILB, DE, OLB, S

15. Philadelphia Eagles
OLB, MLB, DT, SS, WR*, CB

16. New York Jets
WR, S, OLB, DE, ILB, NT*, RB

17. Cincinnati Bengals (f/ OAK)
CB, S, RB, OG, WR, DE, DT

18. San Diego Chargers
OLB, S, CB, OT, OG, DE, RB*

19. Chicago Bears
WR, TE, OG/C, LT, CB, SS, SLB, DE


20. Tennessee Titans
OG/C, OG, DE, S, LB, CB, WR

21. Oakland Raiders
34OLB, OG, CB, NT, OT

22. Atlanta Falcons
CB*, LT, DE, TE, RB, OG, C*, FS*, MLB*

23. Detroit Lions
CB, OG, LB, OT, DE, RB, S, KR

24. Pittsburgh Steelers
OG, CB, ILB, NT, RB, CB, LT, WR*,

25. Denver Broncos
CB, RB, C, MLB, DT*, QB

26. Houston Texans
WR, OG/C*, WR, NT, SS, CB

27. New England Patriots (f/ NO)
34DE, DE, 34DE, 34OLB, WR, S, OG/C

28. Green Bay Packers
OLB, 34DE, CB, S, RB, C*

29. Baltimore Ravens
OLB, WR, ILB, S, RB, C*, OG*

30. San Francisco 49ers
WR, RG/RT, OLB*, CB*, 34DE, S

31. New Orleans
OLB, DT, SS, OLB, WR*, LG*

32. New York Giants
TE, MLB, RB, OG, OT, DT

What do y'all think? * means FA impacts the position as a need potentially.

Also, sometimes 34DE is listed for teams that play an odd front in 4-3 (NE, SEA).
very nice! you got the packers one pretty much spot on, although running back is really not a need. we have starks, green and saine who are all young backs.
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DE isnt a need for the Jets. Devito and Wilkerson are solid. Unless you meant 4-3 DE, but you listed OLB as well so confusing there. Anyway:

Jets needs 3/16
1. S - Depends on what the Jets do in FA. Landry, Wilson, and Atogwe are still targets.
2. WR - Struck out big time. Schilens is a #4 receiver, not a #2. Kerley is a great slot receiver but not much more. Michael Floyd is the Jets last hope.
3. OLB - Wouldnt put it past the Jets to sign one in free agency still, but even so Pace is old and not an effective pass rusher as well.
4. RT - wayne hunter and vladamir bustsauce. Yuck
5. HB - ground and pound with what? Absolute trash backfield. Not much in free agency either though.
6. ILB - After guys like lofton, hawthorne, and tulloch are signed, bart scott will be shopped. Mauga isnt starter quality, and Bellore is most likely a career special teamer.
7. TE - Need a blocking TE. Cumberland, Mulligan, and Baker are crap.
8. LG - We have so many needs that this gets pushed down, but Slausson has been less than stellar but compared to the above positions this isnt as big a need.
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DE isnt a need for the Jets. Devito and Wilkerson are solid. Unless you meant 4-3 DE, but you listed OLB as well so confusing there. Anyway:

Jets needs 3/16
1. S - Depends on what the Jets do in FA. Landry, Wilson, and Atogwe are still targets.
2. WR - Struck out big time. Schilens is a #4 receiver, not a #2. Kerley is a great slot receiver but not much more. Michael Floyd is the Jets last hope.
3. OLB - Wouldnt put it past the Jets to sign one in free agency still, but even so Pace is old and not an effective pass rusher as well.
4. RT - wayne hunter and vladamir bustsauce. Yuck
5. HB - ground and pound with what? Absolute trash backfield. Not much in free agency either though.
6. ILB - After guys like lofton, hawthorne, and tulloch are signed, bart scott will be shopped. Mauga isnt starter quality, and Bellore is most likely a career special teamer.
7. TE - Need a blocking TE. Cumberland, Mulligan, and Baker are crap.
8. LG - We have so many needs that this gets pushed down, but Slausson has been less than stellar but compared to the above positions this isnt as big a need.
Might get Reggie Nelson in FA(Or Landry) but I agree with you in this exact order. MAYBE WR before S but that's because I am not a huge Barron fan in round 1 and he's the lone safety with a Round 1 grade. As you said, Mike Floyd would be a godsend.
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Might get Reggie Nelson in FA(Or Landry) but I agree with you in this exact order. MAYBE WR before S but that's because I am not a huge Barron fan in round 1 and he's the lone safety with a Round 1 grade. As you said, Mike Floyd would be a godsend.
Don't forget, old friend Braylon Edwards will probably always be waiting around if it really comes down to it, not sure if it's as much of an advantage/worth it now that the offense is different though.
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15. Philadelphia Eagles
OLB, MLB, DT, SS, WR*, CB
I get this, and it pretty much is the order they need/could upgrade the starting lineup, but back-up QB and RB are possibly the two biggest needs on this team overall, and I know you didn't note "back-up" for certain positions but if you simply put QB and RB for the Eagles I'd completely agree. Vick is pretty much guaranteed to miss time at some point in the season and we can't always just wait around so we can go in the tank. To their credit they did acknowledge it with the Vince Young signing last year after at least having Kolb around before that, but they need to keep at it. I thought Jason Campbell would've been a great fit, and we could've given him the same contract as Chicago if not better because he'd probably have escalators for starting x amount of games that he would've reached.

As far as RB goes, if anything were to happen to McCoy this team probably wouldn't know what to do with itself. He's not only integral to everything we do at this point but there's literally nothing behind him, unless they really trust Dion Lewis THAT much. McCoy is entering a contract year and will definitely get paid as a top-5 RB no matter what, but at least something of an asset behind him might give them some sort of grip on the table in terms of leverage.

Linebacker is a pure position of need obviously above both QB and RB, but it's such a great need that they pretty much have to address it in free agency. There's no time to trust the development of a rookie at the position and Reid/Castillo's jobs would be riding on it. At least if they throw a bunch of money at Tulloch or Hawthorne and they bust you can blame the player and not the staff, and a lot of this staff is hanging by a thread.

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01. Indianapolis Colts
QB, WR, 34OLB, NT, 34DE, OG, TE, SS, CB, RB

02. St. Louis Rams
LT, RG, WR, RB, OLB, DT, S, CB

03. Minnesota Vikings
LT, WR, CB, FS, DT, LB, SS

04. Cleveland Browns
QB, DE, WR, RT, CB, RB*
05. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
CB, LT, RB, WR, DT

06. Washington Redskins
QB, ILB, OG/C, CB, WR, NT, 34OLB

07. Jacksonville Jaguars
WR, DE, CB, CB, FS, RT, WR

08. Miami Dolphins
QB, OLB, FS, RT, RG, CB

09. Carolina Panthers
DT, DE, CB, WR, OLB, RT, S

10. Buffalo Bills
DE, OLB, TE, CB, WR*, LT*

11. Kansas City Chiefs
RT, NT, RB, OG/C, TE, OLB

12. Seattle Seahawks
QB, DE, DT, MLB/OLB*, WR, CB

13. Arizona Cardinals
OLB, OT, WR, ILB, TE, DE*

14. Dallas Cowboys
CB, C, OG, ILB, DE, OLB, S

15. Philadelphia Eagles
OLB, MLB, DT, SS, WR*, CB

16. New York Jets
WR, S, OLB, DE, ILB, NT*, RB

17. Cincinnati Bengals (f/ OAK)
CB, S, RB, OG, WR, DE, DT

18. San Diego Chargers
OLB, S, CB, OT, OG, DE, RB*

19. Chicago Bears
WR, TE, OG/C, LT, CB, SS, SLB, DE


20. Tennessee Titans
OG/C, OG, DE, S, LB, CB, WR

21. Oakland Raiders
34OLB, OG, CB, NT, OT

22. Atlanta Falcons
CB*, LT, DE, TE, RB, OG, C*, FS*, MLB*

23. Detroit Lions
CB, OG, LB, OT, DE, RB, S, KR

24. Pittsburgh Steelers
OG, CB, ILB, NT, RB, CB, LT, WR*,

25. Denver Broncos
CB, RB, C, MLB, DT*, QB

26. Houston Texans
WR, OG/C*, WR, NT, SS, CB

27. New England Patriots (f/ NO)
34DE, DE, 34DE, 34OLB, WR, S, OG/C

28. Green Bay Packers
OLB, 34DE, CB, S, RB, C*

29. Baltimore Ravens
OLB, WR, ILB, S, RB, C*, OG*

30. San Francisco 49ers
WR, RG/RT, OLB*, CB*, 34DE, S

31. New Orleans
OLB, DT, SS, OLB, WR*, LG*

32. New York Giants
TE, MLB, RB, OG, OT, DT

What do y'all think? * means FA impacts the position as a need potentially.

Also, sometimes 34DE is listed for teams that play an odd front in 4-3 (NE, SEA).
LT hasn't been a need for Tampa for years
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LT, WR, CB, OLB, then depth OL, DL, S

SILB not nessicarily a need for starter or depth but Lennon could be upgraded, or maybe Bradley bulks up a bit with John Lott and becomes a better fit in the 3-4
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QB, DE, WR, RT, CB, RB*
Is this in order of biggest need to smallest need?

For Cleveland, I'd say:

WR, OL (G, RT), RB, WLB, FS, CB, DE
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Final 2012 Baltimore Ravens Team Needs List
1) athletic relentless passrushing starting OLB
2) big physical starting offensive guards and left tackles
3) FS depth to replace an often injured Reed
4) ILB to learn from Ray
5) big tall playmaking receiver
6) a center to replace Birk
7) a compliment to ray rice
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New York Giants first round pick:
Luke Kuechly, MLB
Stephen Hill, WR
Cordy Glenn, OT
Mike Adams, OT
Coby Fleener, TE
Kendall Wright, WR

General Positions of concern:

OT
With Diehl, Beatty and Brewer on the roster the giants have one solid tackle and two massive question marks. Maybe both Beatty and Brewer work out, but that's still very uncertain and adding high upside kid like Adams, Glenn or Massie would be nice to see as a fan of the team.

WR
With Mario gone there's an opening for the third WR spot when Cruz goes to the slot. While Ramses Barden has the talent to become that third WR he's still not shown that consistently and has had awful luck with injuries. Adding a deep threat to groom while Barden gets his shot like Hill would be a great way to keep our passing game humming.

DE
Osi's getting old, Tuck's injury prone and will need a new contract soon and Kiwi's future is also still uncertain. Adding another prospect to groom to ensure we have the 3 stud ends that we need would be a prudent move with the uncertainty at the position.

DT
Linval Joseph played a great season and Chris Canty stayed healthy, but Canty's getting older and will need a new contract soon, Marvin Austin hasn't played football in 2 years now and we don't have much other than journeyman and Tuck or Kiwi on passing downs. Adding a high upside prospect here is a possibility even though the need isn't pressing.

LB
The giants played a lot of nickel last year and Boley was great, Jacquain Williams had an impressive rookie year, but beyond that the giants are very mediocre. A stud like Kuechly would be awesome but if he's not available the giants will wait on day two guy like Mychal Kendricks or Sean Spence, guys who give them some insurance for Boley and Jacquain.

RB
The giants have been talking up Da'Rell Scott, which is weird since they very rarely talk up young players before they've made a significant in game impact, but he and Ahmad Bradshaw aren't the biggest guys so a big bruiser like Turbin to handle the short yardage duties and soften teams up for the quicker guys would be nice.

TE
With the injuries at this position the giants could use a TE who can step in right away and contribute, but it's not the biggest concern due to how minimal the TE's role is in Kevin Gilbride's offense.

S
Giants might not be able to afford to keep both Kenny and Rolle long term and don't have great depth here. If we're healthy at Corner TT will fill the third safety role when we go to that package, but getting someone who could be a starter in a couple of years would be a good addition.
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I feel like we have a relatively solid kicker class with 5 guys that could get drafted. What teams actually have a need there and might take one? Only two guys I'd draft at punter but same question, which teams do we think have a need to draft one?
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Detroit needs a kicker.

Edit: I'd also add Baltimore, Carolina, and the Saints to teams that could target a kicker.
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34OLB, OG, CB, NT, OT
Need an OLB, regardless of whether or not it's a converted DE. We'll be running more 4 man lines this year than 3. That's a given. We have 6 viable defensive linemen, and 2 viable LBs. Not only do we need a starting SAM backer, we need depth. There's no one there who can step in and spot start for us. As such, the roster dictates that we're an even front defense right now.

That being said, a nickel DE who can play OLB would be a great pick.

The starting OL is loosely set. But Carlisle (LG) and Barnes (RT) are one year stopgaps at this point. Grabbing replacements for one or both seems viable...especially when you consider there's no a single viable backup on the roster. OL is a significant need.

CB could definitely use an infusion of young talent.

A NT type to groom behind the starting DTs would be a very good idea, especially if we ever actually decide to run a 34. There's really not a NT on the roster. A lotta guys who'd look good as 34 DEs, but no one for the nose. Not unless we're trying to mimic Wade Philips.

RB is a major need. McFadden can't be counted on, and Jones is a complete unknown...other than his long history of injuries. You've got a cripple backing up a cripple. Wouldn't surprise me if Oakland's first pick was a RB.

...Or a TE. Oakland doesn't have a TE. They need a TE if they're going to run Knapp's offense. Don't be surprised if they grab one at #95 if a guy Reggie likes is there.

Don't discount a WR either.
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04/03/2012 - Detroit Lions Team Needs:

1. Offensive Tackle - Either an immediate upgrade on the right side, a protegee for Jeff Backus at Left Tackle, or both.

2. Safety - A replacement for Amari Spievey who has been completely inept in coverage. Louis Delmas has also had some coverage issues, as well as injury concerns.

3. Center - Eventual replacement for Dominic Raiola, preferably someone that can play all interior line positions.

4. Cornerback - The need has decreased since the start of free agency, where the Lions added Jacob Lacey. If the right value is there, they may select DB in the first round, but don't expect them to reach.

5. Running Back - Best and LeShoure have more questions around them than answers. Adding a middle-round RB that can catch out of the backfield is going to be a big need. This need may be on the rise.

6. Quarterback - 2 QB's on the roster, one of them being the 32-year old veteran who just signed a 2 year deal. Expect them to also look into adding a QB earlier than the need would indicate.
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Edit: I'd also add Baltimore, Carolina, and the Saints to teams that could target a kicker.
Have you ever heard of a guy named Jason Hanson? The Lions do not need a Kicker until Jason Hanson says they need a Kicker.
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04/03/2012 - Detroit Lions Team Needs:

1. Offensive Tackle - Either an immediate upgrade on the right side, a protegee for Jeff Backus at Left Tackle, or both.

2. Safety - A replacement for Amari Spievey who has been completely inept in coverage. Louis Delmas has also had some coverage issues, as well as injury concerns.

3. Center - Eventual replacement for Dominic Raiola, preferably someone that can play all interior line positions.

4. Cornerback - The need has decreased since the start of free agency, where the Lions added Jacob Lacey. If the right value is there, they may select DB in the first round, but don't expect them to reach.

5. Running Back - Best and LeShoure have more questions around them than answers. Adding a middle-round RB that can catch out of the backfield is going to be a big need. This need may be on the rise.

6. Quarterback - 2 QB's on the roster, one of them being the 32-year old veteran who just signed a 2 year deal. Expect them to also look into adding a QB earlier than the need would indicate.

I would elevate CB to #2 need. Every team needs 3 starting Caliber CB's as it sets right now, we MIGHT have 2. Getting a CB will make Spievey better.

I agree with your point about QB. I think we will burn a 3rd round pick on one if Kirk Cousins is still on the board. Train him up and try to flip him for 2nd rounder in 3 years.
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