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Old 12-19-2012   #38
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Default Re: Your opinions on Texans draft changing?

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Originally Posted by beerlover View Post

Timekiller's list:
1-CB
2-RT
3-DT
4-ILB
5-WR
6-S
7-TE/FB
8-RB
9-OLB
10-LG

is a good list but it may be easier to find a need like #4 ILB in that late 1st early 2nd window? so would you circumvent hierarchy of needs & take Alec Ogletree, Gerogia ILB? as it shakes down he may be bpa, a player that could impact defense, next to Cushing solidify the ILB position.
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Originally Posted by steelbtexan View Post
I just hope they take BPA.
x2 on the bpa. Lack of depth behind starting CBs, underwhelming options at nickel/dime, prevalence of spread offenses requiring nickel corners to play basically starting roles and the depth at ILB/NT isn't quite as dry as a position with a much higher impact on the game.

The only two teams to beat us? Spread offenses, great QBs. I would accept pass rusher as a need but the backend is just too thin. Teams that gave us trouble in victories? Lions? Spread 'em out. Jags? Tried to. Cutler&Marshall probably would've had a field day if not for the rain/sludge game.
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