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Old 09-24-2012, 09:55 AM   #106
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Defensive backs are the main priority for the Hogs this offseason. Free agency or draft we need some speed on the corners and Gomes can be replaced too. Probably has been beat to death but i had to get it out. Redskins could be and probably are the easiest team to throw against in the league. The front seven are money. The back four are not fantastic. That is really what I think oh by the way the defensive back field stinks.
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:09 AM   #107
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The secondary is a mess, but the future might be better than we think. Crawford looks like he is gong to be here for a while, and I really like what Berstine has as a skill set. I think both have a future here. The team definately and desperately needs a stud in the secondary, either at safety or at corner. Probably won't get a stud with a 2nd round pick, and might be difficult to sign a stud free agent without making some sacrifices.

And oh yea, they desperately need at least a tackle if not a guard and center. Gettis looked good, but LeRibeus needs plenty of work. Hopefully Compton gets a shot this year to see what he has to offer. Of course, Brown might be healthy next year?...Hmmm...nevermind.
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Old 09-24-2012, 02:44 PM   #108
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Was it SS talking about Talib next year? I'd actually love that if he can stay clean off the field.
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Old 09-24-2012, 02:49 PM   #109
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Hmmmm, I remember someone mentioned that as a possible option. Anyway, I think it's someone we should target given that the price tag should be low based on his problems off the field.
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Hmmmm, I remember someone mentioned that as a possible option. Anyway, I think it's someone we should target given that the price tag should be low based on his problems off the field.
the connection is Raheem coaching DB. I thought there was talk in the offseason if Talib Kweli was released here was a likely landing spot? I think it could be a strong possibility in the offseason.
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:54 PM   #112
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The secondary is a mess, but the future might be better than we think. Crawford looks like he is gong to be here for a while, and I really like what Berstine has as a skill set. I think both have a future here. The team definately and desperately needs a stud in the secondary, either at safety or at corner. Probably won't get a stud with a 2nd round pick, and might be difficult to sign a stud free agent without making some sacrifices.

And oh yea, they desperately need at least a tackle if not a guard and center. Gettis looked good, but LeRibeus needs plenty of work. Hopefully Compton gets a shot this year to see what he has to offer. Of course, Brown might be healthy next year?...Hmmm...nevermind.
Asante Samuel was a 4th rounder, Tramon williams was an undrafted fa, ike taylor 4th rounder, courtland finnegan 7th round, so value can be had outside the first. But I think its probably the hardest position to find a stud outside the first round than any other position.
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Asante Samuel was a 4th rounder, Tramon williams was an undrafted fa, ike taylor 4th rounder, courtland finnegan 7th round, so value can be had outside the first. But I think its probably the hardest position to find a stud outside the first round than any other position.
I don't think we need a stud, just some players that can be middle of the road. I also think less emphasis on cover zero may help. I was on WaPo and they were talking about a CB in Seattle that came from the CFL. They have good cover skills yet have 2nd tier 40 speed. Any thoughts on a Canadian invasion?
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Old 09-25-2012, 12:01 AM   #114
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Asante Samuel was a 4th rounder, Tramon williams was an undrafted fa, ike taylor 4th rounder, courtland finnegan 7th round, so value can be had outside the first. But I think its probably the hardest position to find a stud outside the first round than any other position.
This is why I will not cry if we use our #2 pick next year on the secondary. At least we'll be trying.
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Old 09-25-2012, 08:38 PM   #115
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i wonder if shipley will keep posting here since he's been waived by tampa bay
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