For me its the positions that lost us the AFC championship game.
Namely, [B]RB,[/B] [B]CB [/B]and now considering Terry is a goner[B] FS[/B]. [B]OLB[/B]
Will Greene hold up? Leons status is unknown... So that leaves us with a 3500career carry guy to hold down the fort???
CB only because this is a passing league and god forbid cro or Revis get hurt- Lowery is our #2 -Then who?
Against the colts Collie, Garcon, or Saints Meachem or Henderson or Moore? Vikings S Rice, Harvin, Berrian...? No thanks.
I still think our D-line can hold its own for 2010 although that position will be glaring in the next draft for depth and or a starter as will the O-line. Our D line backups I think have pleasantly surprised everyone.
I'm really surprised no one has mentioned Pass Rush(OLB)-If we can attain success in this position our Defense turns beast like.
Last edited by MarkyMarkSanchez; 03-23-2010 at 03:48 AM.
I am concerned about the lack of a pass rush from the OLB. I expect this to be corrected in the draft. I am also concerned about the punting. We need a booming leg that will give us field position advantages. Then our #1 defense can smother the opposition. I also am concerned about LEON. IMO he should have reported to the workouts yesterday. does he or doesn't he want to be a JET? I suspect his agent is hurting his chances of being a JET for the almighty dollar. If so, lets bid sayonara to Neon Leon and replace him in the draft.
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[QUOTE=Kentucky Jet;3534453] I also am concerned about LEON. IMO he should have reported to the workouts yesterday. does he or doesn't he want to be a JET? I suspect his agent is hurting his chances of being a JET for the almighty dollar. If so, lets bid sayonara to Neon Leon and replace him in the draft.[/QUOTE]
I agree that we need to get our Kicker & Punter situation squared away before it becomes a problem this year.
As far as Leon goes, if someone wants to give up a 2nd round pick in a draft that is very deep at RB this year, see ya later Leon.