Originally posted by communist:
Nobody denies that we are one CB away of being a elite defensive unit...But we have some potential at CB, with Culliver, Brock and Adams.
But we dont have any redzone-target at WR. BUT this year's WR-class is deep enough to wait so that we dont have to draft a WR in the first.
Acc to Goodwin and Snyder we have agree to disagree, I think. It could be worse (Rachal at RG) but it could much better as well.
im not arguing that we are far from an all pro patriots or saints like o line
i agree we have potential at CB( i think culliver has a bright future)
although this is a deep WR class i would rather get a stud that contribute now instead of getting one lower in draft wh has high potential (both would be better)
VD can beat the one on one coverage anytime and since crabtree came back healthy his numbers have increased a lot however getting a guy opposite crabtree will free him up leaving either our new WR crabtree or VD in single coverage almost every play
and i know for sure crabtree and VD can both beat that one on one coverage all day
personally im hoping for sanu hes 6 2 but long arms strong fast and is a play maker
hes also a great blocker and probably the best possession receiver in draft
having crabtree and sanu start with morgan and KW in slot VD and delante as TE
thats a deadly receiving core