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  • Broncoholic3233
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    Originally posted by Junitz23 View Post
    LB

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    How so?


    DJ, Miller, Mays, Haggan, Woodyard (Irving has potential)




    I'd say Safety, definitely.

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  • HUMCALC
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    I went with WR, because alot of our DBs have and have shown potential. Right now we have 3 WRs: Decker, DT, and Dell since Royal is a FA. Dell was injured, and the other two had a LOT of KEY DROPS. DT & OL are very close. When you have to hope for Ty Warren, you know you're in trouble

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  • JakeNbake
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    Position or position group?

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  • BiggyBoy660
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    Originally posted by SM19
    Quality depth may be something to worry about after we have good starting talent.
    True but you still need to have a strong depth to be a championship caliber football team.

    I could point out several differant positions that are lacking in depth severely. Safety, RB, CB

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  • AirMax
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    Everywhere..

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  • 86Elwayfan
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    I went with receivers though I think an all the above is correct as well. Teams will always lack depth as that is the nature of only being able to carry 53 people on a roster that has a minimum of 24 different starters. I feel like we have some good young talent at the WR position but it lacks the most quality players from top to bottom of all the positions posted.

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  • Freyaka
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    Fanbase?ten char

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  • ERoyal248
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    While our safeties are bad, they are young, can only hope they improve.

    I'd say DT, outside of Bunkley who is a FA, we don't have anyone that great, nor one who could rush the QB from the interior.

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  • tzinc
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    With Dawkins injury and age Safety is obviously an issue.
    TE and WR are both weak in terms of playmakers.

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  • Hadez
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    Voted but really I think just about every pos on the team does not have quality backups

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  • LSIGRAD09
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    I chose WR. Obviously, we have issues at Safety. CB, I'm not so sure, we were hurt by injuries a lot. I guess we will have to see, I was disappointed at Syd's injury.

    But WR, man, they are not scary.

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  • BroncoFanNC
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    Defensive Coordinator.

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  • #87Birdman
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    The way I look at it is if we lose a starter are we able to replace them. Yes we have holes all over, but the problem is I believe Safety has no depth because (well we really don't have any great starters). WR would be good but because we usually run just 2 WR formations willis and royal are ok and able to play.

    Dline because it is grouped means that Hunter gives them a little help, and McBean was the only DT getting sacks, so can't say Dline depth is worse than safety.

    LB is decent with woodyard and haggan.

    RB is one I can see it, and with the need at Fullback running back is a real good choice also.

    Offensive line I think proved that we have a suitable back up at gaurd and tackle.

    TE has some nice young talent in green and Rosario proved he can make some nice catches.

    And CB I think we have some ok depth not great, but better than safety.

    All in all yeah there are some spots that have ok depth but every where is lacking.

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  • samparnell
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    The Answer ...

    ... to the question is Fullback.

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  • Junitz23
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    LB

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