HC- Mike Mularkey
OC- Gary Kubiak
DC- Retain Manusky
We move to a hybrid of a WCO. With Kubiaks offensive scheme from Houston, which was more of a spread, we combine that with the WCO of ATL. On defense, we move to the 4-3.
Free Agency- Sign FS Quintin Mikell, Sign WR Mike Sims Walker,
Resign Lawson, Resign Spikes, Resign Baas, Restructure Clements and move him to S, Resign Westbrook
Let Alex Smith hit free agency, and sign troy Smith as backup
1st- Ryan Mallett: Well, some might not like this pick, but I feel that Mallett has the potential to be a great QB in this league. Huge arm, accuracy, and a great drive. People say he has character issues and compare his to Philip Rivers. IMO, any QB with a character like Rivers is a WINNER. Mallett brings that fire, leadership and moxy that people love. Still, he has some flaws to his game such as occasional accuracy problems and footwork, but I think that Mularkey and Kubiak can fix that.
2nd- Rashad Carmichael We couldn't upgrade CB in the first because QB was a much bigger need for the long term. Carmichael is a good talent and could compete for the job across from Spencer.
3rd-Jeremy Beal- He would fit nicely in our 4-3 defense. He might not need to start right away because in the 4-3, J.Smith would start and RayMac could possibly start at the other end, but depth never hurts and Beal is a big time pass rusher.
4th- Stanley Havili- The days of Moron Norris are over. More and more teams across the league are now using hybrid FBs who can catch, run and block. Just look at the Reece guy with the Raiders. Havili could be a secret weapon on offense and will contribute on STs right away too.
Depth Chart: QB- Mallet/Smith/Davis
RB-Gore/Dixon/Westbrook, more of a RB by committee than bell cow
FS-Clements or Mikell/Smith