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Old 01-16-2006, 03:49 AM   #31
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Re: Team-by-Team Potential NFL free agents

if i were GM - mocks vary greatly in where players will go, using averages:

WR - wayne + draft S Moss (3rd) - of offense needs the most help, this is the sureshot
TE - fauria - comes from a two TE offense, upgrade over royal
OL - best available for depth + draft (conditional 3rds, 4th-7th) - need a quality backup

DE - kampman + draft tapp (2nd)- cheap and looks ready for a breakout year
DT - bernard (seattle) - should be relatively cheap and can be a #2/#3
CB - draft (conditional 3rds, 4th-7th) - we need cheap and YOUNG here, posibly pickup R manning from the panthers if he's cheap
LB - Cato June, J winborn - we need a starter and a quality backup
lavar is probably gone, peterson is probably too expensive, june is a great pickup, next best is griesen... for a backup winborn (jags), mckinnon (though old), or N wayne are good ideas

K - longwell seems like he might be available, we need a big name though
P - I don't see anyone worth getting unless there's good draft prospects... hope tupa has another year or two until we can find someone promising.
PR/KR - good specialist prospects are available in the draft and guys like ponder and mcquarters might be free... this is the easiest place to make an upgrade

Resign:
Ryan Clark (only expensive (non-minimum) FA we have)
Demetric Evans
Rock Cartwright
Ethan Albright
Omar Stoutmire
Chris Clemons
Khary Campbell
Ade Jimoh
Cedric Killings

New starters at WR #2, TE #2, DE, nickel CB, LOLB and an OPEN competition at QB where JC wins if he's close.
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:57 AM   #32
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Re: Team-by-Team Potential NFL free agents

what do you guys think about having Adam Archuleta (Rams) back in secondary starting with Sean Taylor?
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Old 01-16-2006, 11:11 AM   #33
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Re: Team-by-Team Potential NFL free agents

Obviously Reggie Wayne would be ideal, but I imagine someone is going to have to pay through the nose for him.

I honestly think Eric Moulds gets a much worse rap than he deserves. That whole thing with Mularkey was blown way out of proportion was really Mularkey overreacting like a jackass than it was Moulds misbehaving. I am NOT one to defend immature, problem-child players in the least bit. My faith in the organization would be shaken to the core if we signed T.O.

Moulds has 10 years experience, he's pretty good size (6-2, 210), has been pretty consistent in production (800-1300 yards per season throughout his career). He's no superstar, but he keeps his mouth shut for the most part and does his job.
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Hey we could pick up Rod Gardner from Carolina.


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Old 01-16-2006, 11:23 AM   #35
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I'd go as far as to say that all we need are 3 offensive lineman. Cut Raymer, Friedman, and Ikechuku. Sign everybody else on our current roster (on offense) and add 3 linemen. Steve Hutchinson (Dockery as back-up), and two other stud back ups (one for Thomas and one for Jansen). You will find that the offense is plenty improved just from the better line. Patten will do. Thrash will do, even Jacobs would do.

On the D, Sign all the FAs such as Clark, Holdman, etc. if you have a healthy Lavar willing to re-sign, then we're set. If Lavar won't come back, then get a DE in free agency, and we're set.
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I'd go as far as to say that all we need are 3 offensive lineman. Cut Raymer, Friedman, and Ikechuku. Sign everybody else on our current roster (on offense) and add 3 linemen. Steve Hutchinson (Dockery as back-up), and two other stud back ups (one for Thomas and one for Jansen). You will find that the offense is plenty improved just from the better line. Patten will do. Thrash will do, even Jacobs would do.

On the D, Sign all the FAs such as Clark, Holdman, etc. if you have a healthy Lavar willing to re-sign, then we're set. If Lavar won't come back, then get a DE in free agency, and we're set.
you realize how expensive it'd be to keep 8 starter OLs under contract? yikes. We need the WR, trash and jacobs won't do, they don't get open enough
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