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Old 02-13-2010   #51
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Default Re: 2010 Draft Philosophy - Immediate impact

Hate to get away from the running back chat, just wanted to post my thoughts...


I don't think Dunta Robinson will want to resign with us, I feel that he might want to test the waters and see what other teams are offering him before he comes running back to us.

As for running back, its important that we establish a run game but I think there is no need because Slaton proved to us that he has the ability to carry the rock like he did his rookie season and I also feel that we have something special in Arian Foster, now all we need is a goaline back.

Our defense needs to continue adding playmakers and the starters on our roster need to continue improving. If we can get Joe Haden, Earl Thomas, or Perrish Cox in the first round then that will either fix our CB or S need.

Next we need to upgrade the interior offensive line by drafting a center and a guard so we can open up running lanes for whomever our running back will be.

We also need a punter and kicker to provide some competition for our current starters.

Basically, there are a number of ways we can go but the 2010 NFL Draft will be amongst our best (hopefully)...

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