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gtexan02
03-26-2006, 11:57 AM
Here is my predicted depth chart for opening day. Its obviously going to be incorrect since I'm not listing any draft choices yet

QB: Carr, Ragone, Rosenfels
FB: Cook, Norris
HB: Davis, Morency
WR1: Johnson
WR2: Walter
WR3: Mathis
WR4: Morgan
TE: Putzier, Joppru, Bruener
LT: Pitts, Wand
LG: McKinney, Weary
C: Flannagan, Hogdon, Washington
RG: Wiegert,
RT: Wade, Jones

wDE: Babin, Peek
DT: Johnson, Payne
DT: Smith, Ione
sDE: Weaver, Deloach?
wOLB: Greenwood, Chamberlin, Anderson
MLB: Cowart, Polk, Evans
sOLB: Orr, Wong
CB1: Robinson
CB2: Buchannon
Nickle: Faggins
Dime: Simmons, Sanders
FS: Brown, Lord
SS: Earl, Walker

It seems are weakest spots are:
QB - Could be strong, could be weak - unknown
RB - Not enough depth with DD being injury prone
WR2 - Walter has never been more than a 4th WR
LT, RG, RT - No depth behind starters
RT - Wade has underachieved since leaving Miami
sDE - No depth behind starter
wDE - Neither has played DE since college
CB2 - Buchannon is an underachiever since NFL
FS - No starting quality FS on the team yet

DominickDavisFan76
03-26-2006, 12:10 PM
yo, Just a question but who would u rather have at SS,

Glenn Earl

C.C. Brown

????

tulexan
03-26-2006, 12:15 PM
I would switch Rosenfels with Ragone. We didn't pay him that much money to be 3rd string.

newbiefan
03-26-2006, 12:56 PM
I'd put Armstrong ahead of Morgan. Also i think Orr is more suited for wOLB, but I duno how that would affect the depth chart.

Bobo
03-26-2006, 02:27 PM
It seems are weakest spots are:
QB - Could be strong, could be weak - unknown
RB - Not enough depth with DD being injury prone
WR2 - Walter has never been more than a 4th WR
LT, RG, RT - No depth behind starters
RT - Wade has underachieved since leaving Miami
sDE - No depth behind starter
wDE - Neither has played DE since college
CB2 - Buchannon is an underachiever since NFL
FS - No starting quality FS on the team yet

QB and RB are not weaknesses. Davis has plenty of support with Morency and Wells. Carr is just fine. But you are correct on the rest -- and those are a lot of weaknesses. That comes out to almost a third of the team.