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  • We need O-Line drafts, FA..

    Eli is one tough S.O.B., but he had way too many hits on him throught out this post season run...if we had an o-Line as good as the pats..think of what he could do to any team in the league..We get him some better protection, and some decent run blockers..we're set to make another run..an up right Eli is a GREATER weapon any day!

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    O line sounds about right. Ballard injury may force us to pick up a TE or draft one also.
    Bill Loyal to the NYG logo

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    • #3
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      Where are we putting more OL?

      We still have Brewer, Beatty, Petrus behind the starters.


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        i wonder how much carl nicks would be looking for

        heard already he doesn't think he will return to the saints

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        • #5
          Re: We need O-Line drafts, FA..

          I would agree that o-line would look like the way to go early in the draft. They might need a TE with Beckum tearing his ACL and Ballards possilbe knee injury.

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            Re: We need O-Line drafts, FA..

            Hey guys.................how about a CB with the first pick?

            You know Reese is thinking pass rusher though. Maybe in the secound round.

            I dont think we should go OL early at all.

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              Re: We need O-Line drafts, FA..

              [quote user="53canton"]Where are we putting more OL?

              We still have Brewer, Beatty, Petrus behind the starters.[/quote]

              We need a beast RT because Kareem probably won't be around much longer and has been struggling. I guess Brewer could replace him but i don't know much about the guy.

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                Wasnt Brewer a second rounder? Should be good, no?

                MAybe move Beatty to RT?

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                • #9
                  Re: We need O-Line drafts, FA..

                  O-Line

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                  • #10
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                    Who is up as FA Tight ends this year?? Anybody have a menu?

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                    • #11
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                      BPA

                      I hope the BPA in the first round is an OL or LB or TE....respectively in that order

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                        [quote user="Razur"]Who is up as FA Tight ends this year?? Anybody have a menu?[/quote]

                        http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...this-offseason

                        finley, davis, carlson, shiancoe, shockey

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                          Re: We need O-Line drafts, FA..

                          We have our starting LT Beatty coming back next season, but I would def like us to look at a BEAST of an RT.

                          TE, CB, and RB might be places we're gonna have to look as well
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                            Top Free Agent TEs





                            Jermichael Finley (GB) - Finley is an elite talent at the
                            position and a big part of the tight end revolution sweeping the league
                            by storm. With his body control, hands, and ability to win jump balls,
                            he's proven unstoppable at times and drawn ample attention from
                            defenses. After a 2011 season that featured numerous dropped passes, he
                            failed to live up to his talent. The Packers will probably still
                            attempt to keep him, whether it's through the tag or a long-term
                            extension. If he hits free agency, he will surely attract a lot of
                            attention even after a subpar season.




                            Fred Davis (WAS) - Fred Davis has surpassed Chris Cooley in the
                            pecking order in Washington and is a talented receiving tight end that
                            can get separation and eat up zone coverage. Depending on his own
                            desires, he may receive a decent extension, or have the opportunity to
                            play on a one-year deal to help him break bank next year.




                            John Carlson (SEA) - Carlson is currently rehabbing a torn
                            labrum that has sidelined him for this entire season and his production
                            dropped in 2010. That makes Carlson a potential sleeper pick-up in this
                            free agent class. Though he's not a dangerous tight end in the mold of
                            a Gates, Graham, or Gronkowski, he could become a sturdy combo-tight
                            end in the more traditional sense.




                            The Rest:


                            Reggie Kelly (ATL)

                            Kris Wilson (BAL)

                            Scott Chandler (BUF)

                            Jeremy Shockey (CAR)

                            Kellen Davis (CHI)

                            Bo Scaife (CIN)

                            Donald Lee (CIN)

                            Alex Smith (CLE)

                            Martellus Bennett (DAL)

                            Daniel Fells (DEN)

                            Dante Rosario (DEN)

                            Joel Dreessen (HOU)

                            Jacob Tamme (IND)

                            Anthony Becht (KC)

                            Leonard Pope (KC)

                            John Gilmore (NO)

                            Tory Humphrey (NO)

                            Visanthe Shiancoe (MIN)

                            Randy McMichael (SD)

                            Justin Peelle (SF)

                            Billy Bajema (STL)

                            Stephen Spach (STL)

                            Michael Palmer (ATL) - Exclusive Rights

                            Richie Brockel (CAR) - Exclusive Rights

                            Zach Potter (JAC) - Exclusive Rights

                            Jeron Mastrud (MIA) - Exclusive Rights

                            Jake Ballard (NYG) - Exclusive Rights

                            Bear Pascoe (NYG) - Restricted

                            Matthew Mulligan (NYJ) - Restricted

                            David Johnson (PIT) - Restricted

                            Kory Sperry (SD) - Restricted



                            http://www.footballsfuture.com/2012/fa/wr.html

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                            • #15
                              Re: We need O-Line drafts, FA..

                              i like carlson, bennett and dreessen

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