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Old 01-30-2013   #17
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that's a little misleading. we werent missing jacoby per se, we were missing speed and someone that schaub trusted enough to throw to. andre davis had near identical numbers in 2007 when he was the #3 and spot starter with AJ's injury ... 33rec, 580yds, 3tds. posey looked like he was turning into that player at the end, but the injury may change that. it's my opinion we need a mid-sized or bigger speed freak on the other side because schaub has shown an affinity for targeting those guys on open plays (those not aimed at freeing up a single receiver). we could be even more potent than atlanta's passing attack with only that one addition, considering martin and posey could round out the rotation for years.

this is a draft where we have several picks. i'd trade up to knock out two positions with starters - wide receiver and right tackle. from there we find a real fullback as UDFA or free agent, FINALLY move casey to tightend, and our offense is essentially finished. everything else give to the defense to load up depth.

edit: MSR - great stats badboy
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