We really only have 1 new player on our starting defense and that is Woodyard. Every other starter was with the team last year. Lots of people were upset with the draft this year because they knew that the talent that we had on defense was sub-par, but yet we didn't address that side of the ball in either the 1st or 2nd rnd where you expect to find a possible impact starter. I don't blame the FO and staff because instead of throwing out all the old players you do need to give them a chance to prove themselves in the new scheme. This year is going to be very tough on defense and then next offseason will be dedicated to fixing the numerous holes that we have. I've always felt that to be a consistent playoff team that you need to be elite on one side of the ball. If Locker plays like he has been and our OL plays up to its potential then we have the pieces and depth to be a very very solid offense.