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Old 02-04-2013   #23
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Default Re: CB in the 1st round?

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Originally Posted by beerlover View Post
The offense has (had) weapons but for one reason or another Kubiak seems to hold them back, until he leaves I would just a soon solidify defensive side especially with another strong draft. Opportunity to make a statement with defense & defense wins championships.
Another very good point, your full of them lately. Kubiak was reported to be this innovative offensive genius/QB building guru, but last seasons offense looked anything but innovative and Kubiak is either drafting the wrong talent or like you stated, holding them back in their development. Also Kubiaks devotion to his offensive assistant coaches that seem to be underperforming reinforces the notion of Kubiak being stubborn or far to loyal. Even though we've made the playoffs the last 2 yrs. I still have very little confidence in Kubiak as a talent evaluator, his ability to lead this team, improve Schaub, or change/become innovative on the offense. Another good reason to take a CB in the 1st if one falls to us or the best defender at a position of need.
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