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Old 01-28-2012   #22
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Default Re: Mock By Bucky Brooks NFL.com

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Originally Posted by ObsiWan View Post
Let me be more clear on my point.

I think that St. Louis would be better served bolstering their O-line by drafting Kalil as opposed to going for the stud WR in Justin Blackmon.

I used the pre-Schaub Texans as an example for when we had a stud WR in A.J. but couldn't keep D.C. upright long enough to consistently and effectively get him the ball.
AND a stud OT cannot help but improve things for their workhorse RB, Stephen Jackson.

Regarding our draft strategy, there's no question that getting a stud WR (or two - the 2nd one to return punts) should be tops on our shopping list. We're pretty much drafting for quality depth everywhere else.

That's all I'm saying. Sorry for any confusion.
Duane Brown is proof that you can address LT much later & be successful. Blackmon, AJ Green, Julio Jones, Calvin Jones & Andre Johnson are difference playmakers.
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