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Old 02-24-2020, 04:06 PM   #106
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I assume when people are talking about bringing Fuller back it is to be on the inside
honestly, I rather keep moreland in there...and we have Danny Johnson and Stroman who have experience inside still on the roster.

I rather not over pay for Fuller and spend that on someone who can cover outside.
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Old 02-24-2020, 04:43 PM   #107
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Breeland can't cover. Remember? Also, we haven't played well against the run and Moreau and Moreland are basically speed bumps. I think that Stroman and Johnson have potential if they can stay on the field. Basically, except for Dunbar, our DB's are below average.

Those of us who would like to see a reunion with Kendall Fuller are talking about signing him at a bargain price and not about throwing money at him. He could be a steal at the right price. We all remember his outstanding 2017 season with us. He also had two good seasons with KC, posting better numbers by far than any of our CB's except Dunbar. He can cover slot receivers, he is a good tackler he's a playmaker, and he has been available week after week. He would instantly become our second best CB when he is signed.
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Old 02-24-2020, 04:51 PM   #108
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Trees (breeland) time is over with us imo. I liked him when he was here as our CB2, he was a finger tip away from making a lot of plays but i would not entertain him coming back here. He is a weak CB2 imo, dont think he plays ST at his age and wouldnt accept an outside corner depth spot.

Dunbar - make him play this year on his contract. I would say just guarantee the year as hes not making a lot but I could see him reporting then missing the year for a hammy.
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Old 02-24-2020, 11:18 PM   #109
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Honestly I don't really get the ongoing fascination with Fuller. I'd take Breeland over him starting on the outside. Fuller is better inside.


Understood -you may be right. Iím only talking about Fuller if heís super cheap. I donít think Breeland wants to come back.

Although heís older (30), Chris Harris (Denver) could be the short-term deal to fill this gap with a very good player. Byron Jones (Cowboys) never gets any INT and Bradberry misses too many tackles.

Bring over Tre Boston to compliment Collins but not Bradberry.

Harris fills the gap while Kyle Smith drafts for the CB position long-term. We canít fill all our holes with young FA. Iíd rather spend the top dollar on Henry or Hooper and Williams/Scherff/Flowers. Sounds like Trent Williams is going to happen.


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Understood -you may be right. Iím only talking about Fuller if heís super cheap. I donít think Breeland wants to come back.

Although heís older (30), Chris Harris (Denver) could be the short-term deal to fill this gap with a very good player. Byron Jones (Cowboys) never gets any INT and Bradberry misses too many tackles.

Bring over Tre Boston to compliment Collins but not Bradberry.

Harris fills the gap while Kyle Smith drafts for the CB position long-term. We canít fill all our holes with young FA. Iíd rather spend the top dollar on Henry or Hooper and Williams/Scherff/Flowers. Sounds like Trent Williams is going to happen.


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Agreed. If Bradberry goes relatively cheap (unlikely) I'd bring him in if we can't get Harris as he'd still be an upgrade on what we have. But I wouldn't go after both. Really have to draft the TE as we need a big upgrade over Sprinkle and I can't see us getting an immediate starter in the draft.

What about LB's though? Doesn't seem very rich picking in FA, but what about Cory Littleton, Blake Martinez or Kyle Van Noy if we can get one or two of them?
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Old 02-25-2020, 02:04 PM   #111
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I would hope we get more wins in his first season. I understand it is a rebuild, but I would hope throwing in more discipline and better coaching would at least double last years win total.
I definitely agree with you. I think there will be more wins than last season, as well, but I don't care as much about that in Year 1 as I care about winning records and playoffs in Year 2 and beyond. That's all I'm saying.
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I would hope we get more wins in his first season. I understand it is a rebuild, but I would hope throwing in more discipline and better coaching would at least double last years win total.


Even if we made NO personnel changes this offseason ( which is being presented here just as a concept and not reality), the MASSIVE IMPROVEMENT in coaching, instruction and winning culture would DOUBLE our wins from last season. Our offensive and defensive coaching was THAT BAD before.

But we ARE going to bring in new FA and draft picks. Thatís another area of huge upgrade this season. I mean Bruce Allen was such a very poor GM and only made good FA decisions based on rare, blind luck. I think weíll see younger, better and less injured FA. Kyle Smith will continue his outstanding draft picking prowess. That gets us 1-2 more victories.

But they wonít be able to turn this poor team around in one season. No way. There will be injuries and mistakes as this will be a young, inexperienced team. But winning 7 or 8 victories will be a nice change and weíll be on the way UP!


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