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Old 10-24-2013   #157
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Default Re: Rick Smith's poor job of managing the cap has closed our window for the time bein

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Originally Posted by Exascor View Post
My original post above was completely buried by a lot of Colts talk so maybe it was missed. Elevator Up to Buried Post

We have little dead money but we weren't able to sign any impact players either. The only "impact" player we signed was Reed. Fail. All the players you are listing were drafted/signed by...Smith. One of the points of my original post was that you HAVE to hit on multiple draft picks each year. That doesn't mean filling your roster with JAGs. You need that as well. That means you have 1-3 players that can do something great in a season or 2. Not just start, but be good to great. Watt is one. Hopkins looks like one. Anyone else fit that over the past few drafts? We have really done pretty bad in the draft. You can't be up against the cap AND blow your draft picks. The Texans have talent but little depth and plenty of holes. Who is responsible for that?
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