SkinsHokieFan Posted November 20, 2006 Share Posted November 20, 2006 Pretty simple we all know what the original goal of Gibbs 2 was: Win the Superbowl Well seeing how year 3 should have and needed to be it, and a lot was put into this year, that no longer is a realistic goal The defense is in shambles. They played very well the last 2 years and now everyone has suddenly gotten old at once. Players that need to be replaced/cut are Griffin, Salavae, Wynn, Daniels, Carter, Marshall, Holdman, Springs, Archuleta Each of these guys are either now past their prime, or simply ineffective, and need to over the course of the next 2 offseason be replaced with younger, cheaper and effective alternatives. It doesn't need to be superstars, but there need to be some Ryan Clark's and Antonio Pierces sprinkled in there On offense, I feel very comfortable with the skill spots. By the end of 2008 guys like Portis, Moss, Lloyd, ARE, Cooley, and Campbell will be in or still be in their primes and still very effective players. However, the o-line will basically need to be rebuilt Samuels and Jansen are still barely effective Dockery is still soft Rabach average And Randy Thomas will be 31 So the goal here is simply rebuild the o-line over the next 2 seasons, and add some solid depth to the WR and RB corps. More guys like Espy, and less David Patten's It'll be unfourtante that Joe Gibbs will not win his 4th Superbowl. However if he does make the right decisions, this team can be set up very well long term Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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