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  • #31
    Our needs:

    FS-We will have a wait and see approach here. If like I suspect this position falls on its face and we dont have a quality starter, then it is vaulted to the top of the needs list. If Josh Bullocks turns out to be a steal or Zach Bowman is a good FS, or Al whatever is a steal from the draft. 3 chances I still dont like our odds.

    WR-This is still a need. As of right now we have no idea how Iglesias and Hester will perform this year. Regardless we will still need at least one WR with some potential. But again, if Iglesias and Hester fail we will need an impact player next year.

    OL Depth- Our young guns who should be with the team for awhile are Frank Omiyale (OG/OT), Chris Williams (OT), and Josh Beekman (G/C) This is Frank's first year so we will see, this should be Williams first full year playing, and from Josh we have seen he is serviceable at G but his future position is C. So we have 3 hopefully good starters for the future. Beyond that everyone else is getting short on time.

    CB-Tillman is aging. Vasher hasn't played well in a few years, and our depth is only okay. I like DJ Moore and Corey Graham but even Im not sold that they are our future stars at the position. If it came down to Corey Graham and DJ Moore as starters and Daniel Manning as our nickelback I would be worried since none are very physical. Regardless, we still need at least one development corner from next years draft.

    LB- I like Jamar as a WLB and I think its time to start thinking about Urlacher's future. We need some impact depth at this position.

    These are the areas I think should be on our draft board for next year (as of now these are subject to change)
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    • #32
      Originally posted by Bearsfan123 View Post
      Our needs:

      FS-We will have a wait and see approach here. If like I suspect this position falls on its face and we dont have a quality starter, then it is vaulted to the top of the needs list. If Josh Bullocks turns out to be a steal or Zach Bowman is a good FS, or Al whatever is a steal from the draft. 3 chances I still dont like our odds.

      WR-This is still a need. As of right now we have no idea how Iglesias and Hester will perform this year. Regardless we will still need at least one WR with some potential. But again, if Iglesias and Hester fail we will need an impact player next year.I agree, I dont think that our guys are top notch WRs

      OL Depth- Our young guns who should be with the team for awhile are Frank Omiyale (OG/OT), Chris Williams (OT), and Josh Beekman (G/C) This is Frank's first year so we will see, this should be Williams first full year playing, and from Josh we have seen he is serviceable at G but his future position is C. So we have 3 hopefully good starters for the future. Beyond that everyone else is getting short on time.

      CB-Tillman is aging. Vasher hasn't played well in a few years, and our depth is only okay. I like DJ Moore and Corey Graham but even Im not sold that they are our future stars at the position. If it came down to Corey Graham and DJ Moore as starters and Daniel Manning as our nickelback I would be worried since none are very physical. Regardless, we still need at least one development corner from next years draft. This is where I disagree. We have 3 young guys in McBride, Graham, and now Moore. I think that the 1st two have showed that they can contribute, and play pretty decently. Moore had a good draft grade on him. Develop the guys we have and we'll be fine

      LB- I like Jamar as a WLB and I think its time to start thinking about Urlacher's future. We need some impact depth at this position. We also just drafted a guy, Freeman, in the 4th round. But yes, I think we should think about drafting a guy to sit behind Urlacher pretty soon.

      These are the areas I think should be on our draft board for next year (as of now these are subject to change)
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      Originally posted by BeansDooma
      who retires first: brett favre or aaron rodgers?

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      • #33
        Personally I don't buy into our DBs being weak until we get consistent pressure from our front four. If we had the Vikings d-line our DBs would have looked better then they did last year.

        I'm not saying that we're set at any of the DB positions, but I'd focuse on fixing the defensive line before looking at the backs.

        As pointed out earlier next years class is very good and deep. I read somewhere that it's going to be one of the best classes in decades. Now, there's still a season of college football to be played and some waiting to see what juniors declare, but there's no doubt that the overall quality is very good, and not only that: dpeth is good as well, making it likely that several potential first rounders could fall down to the second.

        I was a little bummed to hear that we almost traded this years second for a first rounder this year (I think Connor Barwin going to the Texans at 46 was what ruined this party for us), but now we've got two d-linemen (Gilbert and Melton) for that pick, and by next season these guys both have one year under the belt where they have the chance to improve.

        A WR I'm a little intrigued by is Carlton Mitchell out of South Florida. He's 6-4 and ran a 4.40 40 yd dsh, but his 08 season was quite lackluster, so right now his grade is more like a 3rd rounder but if his 09 season is better he might be a stud going into the draft (I'm not sure if he's a junior or senior tbh).

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Wavy77 View Post
          Personally I don't buy into our DBs being weak until we get consistent pressure from our front four. If we had the Vikings d-line our DBs would have looked better then they did last year.
          Or more profoundly: if you have pressure up front like san diego got. you make Cromartie look like god.
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          • #35
            Ok so who is "your guy" for next draft. I had Everette Brown and DHB last season. I have a few that I really like.

            Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma st - Easily my favorite prospect for the 2010 draft. Guy can do it all.


            Auston English DE Oklahoma



            Demaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech

            Last edited by regoob2; 06-03-2009, 02:55 PM.

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            • #36


              Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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              • #37
                I hope I get a scholarship from Minnesota so I can accept it, be on the team, and completely ruin them for you.

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                • #38
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                  But also

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by regoob2 View Post
                    Demaryius Thomas WR Georgia Tech
                    Wow that guys a beast, looks like Boldin

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                    • #40
                      Every post in this thread should have Dez Bryant in it. He's that good. :D

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                      • #41
                        It does suck that we traded our first round pick for 2010, but definitely worth it for Jay Cutler, so I'm going to look at 2nd/3rd round guys.
                        Eric Decker is one of them. The only question is whether he will play baseball or football. Nothing needs to be said about Dez Bryant, he's that good.
                        My wide receivers...

                        DeMaryius Thomas


                        Dezmon Briscoe


                        Mark Dell


                        Mardy Gilyard


                        Free safeties...

                        Morgan Burnett


                        Deunta Williams


                        Nate Allen
                        Last edited by MidwayMonster31; 06-12-2009, 05:15 PM.

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                        • #42
                          RT Kyle Calloway could be a decent pickup in the 2nd or 3rd round for you guys.

                          Three year starter for Iowa at 6'7 320

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by ToldLikeItIs View Post
                            RT Kyle Calloway could be a decent pickup in the 2nd or 3rd round for you guys.

                            Three year starter for Iowa at 6'7 320
                            He doesnt get the best push and isnt overly athletic. Thats likely a bit early. Id be all for him a few rounds later.

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                            • #44
                              It might be a smidge early for this but who cares.

                              2. George Selvie - DE USF
                              3. Mike Williams - WR Syracuse
                              4. Adam Ulatoski - OT Texas
                              5. Micah Johnson - LB Kentucky
                              6. A.J. Wallace - CB Penn State

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by regoob2 View Post
                                It might be a smidge early for this but who cares.

                                2. George Selvie - DE USF
                                3. Mike Williams - WR Syracuse
                                4. Adam Ulatoski - OT Texas
                                5. Micah Johnson - LB Kentucky
                                6. A.J. Wallace - CB Penn State
                                I disagree with going DE with our 1st pick. Yes we need the help, but at the same time we have some younger guys that are projects that maybe Marinelli can work into some pretty decent players. Mark Anderson, Henry Melton and maybe a bit of Gilbert.

                                Same goes with WR. A lot of young guys with potential, why add another Wr to the mix. Hester, Bennett, now Rideau is turning heads, we still have Knox that the team has been raving about and Iglesias.

                                Originally posted by BeansDooma
                                who retires first: brett favre or aaron rodgers?

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