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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Broken Arrow, Jul 9, 2018.
who's gonna take his spot? the late round rookie? seems unlikely
Rivers would have gotten us a bye in the playoffs and Andy Reid would still mismanaged himself out of the playoffs.
A guy that can cover, like at all.
Cyprien is the kind of guy we save just to take out star players. Those can be found at a cheaper cost.
We are not dying for cap space and he is better than anything out there currently. I don't see them switching it up unless cruikshanks absolutely balls this year, which I am not counting on.
Truthfully, Cyprien showed a couple flashes of a guy that has some value. I would like to see some consistency in his production but in general, I just want to see some more pass rush. That will help all the secondary.
Yeah as really not just having that of value. But on that of staying accurate as well as healthy. And even playing with injuries as long as it does not hurt their career.
any OLB who doesn't get shredded in coverage.
Probably going to see AFCS teams target our old OLB's with TE's and drags more now -- that we drafted Rashaan......
BT that an Cyprien --- have a feeling the large # of TE receptions and yards won't change much against our D
I don't think Josh Allen works as an edge for us. He looks a lot like a poor man's Terrell Edmunds.
Joe Jackson from Miami has me interested.
There are also some edge options in FA next year.
The "Pipe dream" group -- Ansah and Lawrence, likely not going to happen
Shaq Barnett -- unlikely to be re-signed by Denver because of the Chubb pick
Markus Golden -- could be looking to move on with AZ moving to a 3-4
Shane Ray -- injury history concerning, could take a flyer on him.
There are other positions the Titans will need to consider in the draft next year too. Like WR, Guard and even ILB again. Woodyard is old and Brown is likely only a rotational player.
Really gotta think OLB is a priority even if no one leaves.
Depending on Smith, you have to look at TE. This offense could crumble if Walker retired or dropped off. Especially, if Davis doesn’t pan out.
If Davis doesn’t pan out, you have to think WR is a priority, but I’d prefer to target that in free agency.
I don’t have any reason to believe safety is even an afterthought. You got guys still out in free agency that could probably be upgrades at the SS spot, and they aren’t getting contracts. I highly doubt we spend a pick there with Byard in the other spot.