A few things on your guys comments. Wilhoite was undrafted not a 7th rounder but makes it an even better pickup. When I watched him last year in the pre-season I thought this guy has a chance next year. Looked really good. Did well on ST's last year in limited games and has really picked up his play at LB. Guy should be a lock for #3 IMO. Also, watching Moody guy is in the form of Willis and Bowman. When he blitzed that one play looked like them guys flying. He use to be a safety so he's a little bit smaller and not as strong as those guys but he is very fast. I think we are set with those 2 guys. Very well could have gotten much much younger and could have upgraded at backup ILB. As for Stupar first game didn't look that great but this game really really stepped it up. I think his main thing is can he keep up in coverage? At worst he's a PS guy. As for Bykowski guy has nice height and size but needs to get a lot stronger. I like Marquardt better, bigger and much stronger but he's hurt. Looney I think has good strength but needs to just tighten up a bit. Get in better shape, get stronger and quicker. He's a little bit soft yet.
As for our 2nd string defense I think some of those guys could start on other teams. They did really well against the Chiefs starters. Just wish the 2nd string offense would pick it up. Side note if I am a team with a bad punter I am giving a really good look at Colin Schmidt. Guy can boom it, he can kick off and kick it out of the end zone so makes him even more valuable. Plus he may very well have stopped 2 punt return TD's in 2 games. Guy is very fast for a punter. As for getting Jenkins involved we have had him run on that reverse like 5 times in 2 games and EVERY single one went to the rb up the middle for a yard or two. Also, by getting involved I mean quick throws, slants to get him the ball. We have been playing him on the outside a bunch and don't think we should be he isnt physical and big enough to get separation on press. He is more of a slot guy. Also, I think we should be getting him some catches on short stuff before sending him deep. Get his confidence up because these 2 mid to deep balls lead to 2 ints although both were bad throws by the QB.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Aug 19, 2013 at 3:03 AM ]