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> we just took the next michael sam without the
> social justice nonsense.
> we had a top 10 talent fall into our laps and
> passed on foster. TJ Watt is just scratching the
> surface and is a playmaker.
> I can see Tbaum trading all of our 5ths to get a
> 2nd 3rd and we end up with 4 players this draft.
> locked in on 1 or 2 players for months is no way
> to set a draft board.
Raekon.....they are hitting a major weak spot in our game, Defensive run protection. They said Raekon is excellent in the zone because he reads plays before they happen, but his weakness is one on one . I'm guessing our new Defensive Coordinator is very zone heavy.
Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!
So far I'm very unsure of this draft. Its reminding me of 2006 where we did not fill the big holes on our team. Nothing wrong w/ Harris or Raekwon I like them both. But as I mentioned before we have Wake and signed another rush end w/ Hayes. Is Harris playing SLB. Raekwon is a solid MLB is Kiko going to weak side. I am not sure Timmons can hold up at SLB. Did we solidify the lb position?
I am not seeing this draft helping us to gain ground on NE. I hope Im wrong.
I was struck by the same thing about Jim Brown. It seems that I must have seen him more recently but what I probably saw was in the 2000s. Last time I saw him he at least looked like the Jim Brown who played in the movies.
But come to think of it. I am 68 years old and I remember in 1958, me and my best friend who were aged 9 or 10 at the time idolized Jim Brown for being the best back in the NFL (there was no AFL).
But of course my question answers itself. If I was 10 and he was playing in the pros and I am 68, how old must he be??????