Killerbo Posted November 24, 2006 Share Posted November 24, 2006 Ok fellas, now that the Qb situation looks taken care off right now (and yes Brunell was PART of our problems), I see everyone's focus has been on the lines. Defensively the general consensus is to either draft a DE or LB, and sign a mid-tier FA cornerback and linebacker. I personally think we could sign Terrell Sands DT from Oakland who might be a good rotational player on the defensive line as well and should come at a reasonable price. However, the main problem in my eyes right now is the offensive line. As most of you guys see on most Sundays, they get little or no push at the point of attack. You see guys like Jansen who appears to get blown up on most plays both run and pass. Then you have Casey Rabach, who in my opinion is one of the weakest centers I have seen in a while (not as bad as C.Raymer though **shudders with disgust**). Samuels is adequate for now and R.Thomas doesn't get owned at the line and seems to handle his assignments pretty well. So my question is this how the heck do we fix this "offensive line"? Do we give Dockery another chance even though he seems to be a bit slow in space, but is still young and has a chance to be better? Do we draft a Tackle and Guard in this draft or sign some from Free Agency if for anything just to provide some competition and maybe have guys earn their spots on this Oline? Center believe it or not, is a position that could use a major upgrade. Even though a lot were happy with the Rabach signing, I still think we need a permanent solution. So do we give Rabach a couple of more years, draft a center or sign a capable center that could also push Rabach for that starting center spot? Please lay down you ideas or thoughts at this time..... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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