Originally posted by PSYKO5:
Originally posted by TheGoldStandard:
Originally posted by D-Money:
It sounds like a good idea, but that draft was not good. . Every single player drafted would be a backp and a back up without rotating in very often. I might take Fleener over the whole draft.
11 returning starters on defense and 8 or 9 starters atleast on offense not a lot of room for anything but backups.
who wants to draft back ups?
we have starters in place, what trading down could allow is for greater depth and talented guys who can learn the system with an eye on becoming future starters down the road.
Alshon could/would start depending on how Randy works out and he allows Crab to play the slot in 3 wide formations. He effectively takes Braylon's role over long term.
Egnew can start in 2 Tight End sets and is interchangeable with Delainie as an all-purpose H-back, playing on the line, in the backfield, and in the slot. A big boost to our redzone offense
Pierce would take some of the weight off Frank's shoulders and hopefully prolong Frank's career, eventually he could take the reins for us alongside Hunter. Catches the ball well out of the backfield and could help out immediately in short yardage situations.
Brewster would apprentice behind Goodwin and be the future starter when Goodwin walks away.