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Old 10-13-2004   #11
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Originally Posted by SESupergenius
You need to draft a LB almost every draft when using the 3-4, it's the nature of the beast. Inevitably there is going to be someone that will be out either through free agency, injury, or retirement. You always have to have one in the wings ready to go.
Agreed. The LBs are key to the 3-4 defense. OLBs in the 3-4 get alot of attention in free agency due to their higher sack numbers, but they'll garner even more attention as more and more teams switch to the 3-4 as a base or mix it in with their base 4-3. OLBs with 3-4 experience will come at a premium price in free agency. If we can pick up a young ILB in the draft that will improve our LB corp as a whole then I say go for it. As far as Coleman goes I feel that he'll resign with the Texans come seasons end. Even if it comes at the price of paying him CB kind of money.
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