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Posted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 12:51 pm Post subject:
Said it before and I'll say it again: 3-4 OLB and tight end are the easiest positions to draft for. We don't need Rak and we don't need Sleepy Fred.
Interesting that the offensive line has stayed healthy all season.
it doesn't matter that they are the easiest positions to draft for. Everyone else's point is we have 2 good OLBs and a good TE, so keep those young guys and move on to other positions to build a better team. There is no reason to create holes on the team. Keep the guys you have and build more depth for the future.
The OL hasn't stayed healthy all year. Jamaal Brown hasn't played a game with a bad hip again. Trent's thigh has bothered him most of the year but he's played through the injury. Early in the year when he injured it, Jordan Black filled in for him vs Cincy. Monty tore his MCL vs Cleveland and we had to move Kory L to Center and Hurt played LG. Monty has played through the torn MCL the last two weeks though. Then, Polumbus got his concussion in the Cleveland game and Black had to play RT. then, Polumbus missed the Philly game and Hurt had to play RT. Polumbus might miss tonight's game and Hurt might have to play RT again. So, we haven't stayed healthy on the OL. _________________ RIP SSFmike23md
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