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Strengths: (1) Overall Coaching Staff, however there are some changes that I'd like to see such as a new offensive coordinator, (2) Overall Defensive

Weakness: (1) Offense

Needs: (1) veteran Wide Receiver who has deep speed, runs great routes, has excellent hands, is willing and able to block, and most importantly does not have ego issues, (2) franchise quaterback, someone who has Brunell's intelligence, with Ramsey's arm, and Campbell's running ability (3) left DE that has the foot speed of Manley and the strength of Smith (4) OL depth need 2 guards and 1 tackle

Outlook: Should be able to fill needs (1), and (4) in 2006 and (2) and (3) in 2007.

Prediction (if needs are met as predicted, and existing team and staff remains, and injury situation is the same as 2005, and schedule is the same as 2005): 2006: worst: 9 - 7 best: 11 - 5.

Keys to watch: (1) Arrington & Ramsey status. (2) Campbell's use in off season program, (3) Patton status., (4) Salary cap room.

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Strengths: (1) Overall Coaching Staff, however there are some changes that I'd like to see such as a new offensive coordinator, (2) Overall Defensive

Weakness: (1) Offense

Needs: (1) veteran Wide Receiver who has deep speed, runs great routes, has excellent hands, is willing and able to block, and most importantly does not have ego issues, (2) franchise quaterback, someone who has Brunell's intelligence, with Ramsey's arm, and Campbell's running ability (3) left DE that has the foot speed of Manley and the strength of Smith (4) OL depth need 2 guards and 1 tackle

Outlook: Should be able to fill needs (1), and (4) in 2006 and (2) and (3) in 2007.

Prediction (if needs are met as predicted, and existing team and staff remains, and injury situation is the same as 2005, and schedule is the same as 2005): 2006: worst: 9 - 7 best: 11 - 5.

Keys to watch: (1) Arrington & Ramsey status. (2) Campbell's use in off season program, (3) Patton status., (4) Salary cap room.

Heres what I think:

Campbell- Next years QB, Gibss said he would have been able to carry the load had he been thrown in there this year. Will get better through the workouts, training camps and preseason. Will have Mark Brunell as veteran backup to help him thoughout. Both have similar strengths (big arm, pretty fast, accurate when rolling out of the pocket).

Wide Reciever- Reggie Wayne, Koren Robinson, Antonio Bryant or Randel El. Maybe not veteran, but have got some years under their belts, and are all solid recievers. Bryant, and Robinson have seemed to have gotten his problems/issues taken care of off the field and Wayne and El, are speedy and talented. Robinson and Moss could be great kick returners or punt returners, something we lacked in this season.

Arrington- will most likely be back next year if he renegotiates his contract, which he is willing to do.

Ramsey- will be traded or released. Most likely he will be put on the market, and the team wil take what they can get for him.

Patten- should be back to full strenght next season and will be #2 or #3 reciever depending on who takes the job as #2 reciever next season. Might be used as #2 in some formations though.

Salary Cap- Players such as Jansen, Samuels, Portis, and Arrington should be able to renegotiate thei contracts as well as bonuses, and some other room might be made by releasing some players that take up some cap with big bonuses (John Hall, Matt Bowen, etc.)

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