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Now that the season if over its time to move on to the offseason. Heres my prediction.


Ray Edwards 6'6 270 a monster

2004: Semifinalist for Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award ... honorable mention All-Big Ten by coaches and media ... started all 12 games ... shared team lead (with Rob Ninkovich) and ranked tied for second in Big Ten with 8.0 sacks ... 8.0 sacks rank tied for 11th on school season list ... tied for ninth in Big Ten with two forced fumbles ... second on team with 11.0 tackles for loss ... had 45 tackles (23 solo, 22 assists) with four pass breakups and one fumble recovered ... had career-high 2.5 tackles for loss vs. Syracuse on Sept. 5 ... finished with career-high five tackles (all assists) at Illinois on Sept. 25 ... recovered fumble to thwart comeback attempt by Fighting Illini with 34 seconds remaining in that game ... forced fumble at Notre Dame on Oct. 2 ... had career-high two pass breakups vs. Wisconsin on Oct. 16 ... equaled career high of five tackles on four other occasions -- at Notre Dame on Oct. 2, at Northwestern on Oct. 30, vs. Ohio State on Nov. 13 and vs. Arizona State in Sun Bowl on Dec. 31 ... had career high of 2.5 sacks in Notre Dame game ... forced fumble in Arizona State game.

Cedric Griffin CB 6'2 205 Big Corner Who Tackles Gregs favorite type.

Cedric Griffin has been a standout in the Longhorn secondary since his freshman season. Rotating between strong safety and corner, he finished with 73 tackles, three for loss, and a sack. As a sophomore corner, Griffin had 48 tackles, and his first career pick. In 2004, he tallied 68 tackles, three for loss, and two interceptions.

Griffin is one of the more physical corners in the draft. His game is based on hitting people. Whether it is jamming a receiver at the line, attacking the line of scrimmage, or laying the wood on players, he lets you know he is around. Griffin has played both corner and safety at Texas, and could project at either position at the next level. He's athletic enough to pla corner, and tough enough to play safety. He's also an excellent special teamer.

Whether it is at corner or safety, Griffin simply does not make enough plays on the ball. He'll break up some passes, but rarely makes the big play. He is not refined at either spot, so he'll need some time to develop his skills at whatever position a team drafts him at. Griffin also lacks elite speed to keep up in deep coverage with receivers.

With his versatility, Griffin will draw a lot of interest from NFL teams. He has the talent to play any defensive back position, but where he plays will depend on the scheme. I like him at corner, but he'll never be a big playmaker at the position. He does not have good enough ball skills. Griffin could hear his name called on Day 1 come April, especially if he times well in post season workouts.

Free Agency

Big Gain's

Reggie Wayne

After today's game I think Gibbs and synder know we need more offensive weapons and Reggie fits the bill I think if we had him today we would have won.

Cato June

Quick Playmaker

Big Loss's

LeVar Arrington

A loss for the team that we can fill but for the fans devastating. Arrington traded to "buy" wayne.

Mark Brunell


Walt Harris

Released For Tackling issues

Starting line up


QB Jason Campbell, shows coaching staff he is ready

RB Clinton Portis, Duh

HB Chris Cooley

FB Mike Sellers

WR 1 Santana Moss

WR 2 Reggie Wayne

TE Robert Royal

OT Samuels, Jansen

OG Thomas, Dockery

C Rabach


DE Daniels, Edwards

DT Griffin, Salavea (sp)

LOLB Marcus Washington

MLB Lemar Marshall

ROLB Cato June

CB Springs, Rogers, Griffin

FS Sean Taylor

SS Ryan Clark

Share your thoughts I will keeping updating this every once in awhile.

:helmet: :notworthy Hail Redskins :notworthy :helmet:

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