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Colts - Peyton Manning: Enough said
Texans - Andre Johnson: The man is the best WR in the league, bar none
Jags - Maurice Jones Drew: Takes the place on LenDale as a much more productive short yardage back to compliment Chris Johnson
Free Agent acquistion - Nnamdi Asomugha: He comes in and plays opposite of Cortland Finnegan to form the best CB duo in the league.
First Round - Percy Harvin: Is another weapon to use in this offense. CJ and Percy combine to form the fastest backfield in the league on the same play
Second Round - Victor "Macho" Harris: Is a bit of a longshot given that he may be gone, but is a guy to develop for the Cover 2 scheme once Nick Harper is done
hey, outside of san diego (whose fans have this perennial delusion that they're the best team in the nfl), we all realize we're god awful. most of us don't even abuse raiders fans anymore because we just feel bad for them.
Originally posted by titletown088
Winning the NFC North this season is like being the world's tallest midget
Yep, Us too.
What do the vikings and marijuana have in common? Every time you put them in a bowl
they get smoked.
2010-2011 Super Bowl Champions
Hint:Not the Bears.
Washington - LaRon Landry. We slide Hamlin over to SS and let Landry be our best safety since Woodson.
Philadelphia - Shawn Andrews. Considered Stewart Bradley at ILB, but in the end the idea of a line that was Andrews - Holland - Gurode - Davis - Columbo was too much to pass up on.
New York - Corey Webster. Might have said Kenny Phillips if I hadn't already chosen Landry. Newman is hurt often, so having a depth chart of Newman/Webster/Jenkins/Scandrick wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.
Free Agent: Igor Olshansky. Knows the coach, knows the system. Let's us replace Canty smoothly. Not as much of an unknown as our backups Hatcher and Bowen.
Draft: 2nd round - NT or BPA. The only problem left on the defense is Ratliff manning the nose. He's good at it, but he's still playing out of position. A true NT would let us slide Rat out, and it's awesome to think of what kind of success he'd have there.