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  1. Texizgreat

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    New Poll on www.nfl.com

    Which of these defenses is poised to have the biggest turnaround in 2006?

    Houston is one of the selections currently at 18% of the votes

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    Wow we're pretty far up there. It's pretty hard to do worse than last year though :)
     
  3. MorKnolle

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    I was trying to figure out how Cincinnati was #1 on the poll, maybe I missed something but I don't remember them adding much to their defense. We, on the other hand, used the #1 and #33 picks on defense, we brought in a top free-agent DLineman, signed several other LBs, and we switched schemes.
     
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    Sam Adams should impact the Bengals' defense just a bit more than Weaver. :ok:
     
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    I'm guessing a lot of people are seeing a Indy scenario playing out in Cinci-dominating offense picks up the average D.
     
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    Well the Bengals had the 28th worst defense last year statistics wise. They just had a good offense to cover it up usually.
     
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    hmm. So the Chiefs are winning right now? We get their DL coach and all of a sudden they are going to get better with the same players? Another thing to look for I suppose.

    Denver loses Kubiak.
    Oakland lands a Saint cast-off ( cut from the Saints I say... )
    San Diego is starting basically with a rookie.

    I'd say they have a chance at looking better.
     

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