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Old 11-30-2012, 05:41 PM
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I see the people that crowned Gaither last year is starting to crown Alexander now.

Haven't you people learned anything..? He's a injury prone WR!
Chronic back issues ≠ freak knee injuries.
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:42 PM
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Chronic back issues ≠ freak knee injuries.
But freak knee injuries = 5 knee surgeries
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But freak knee injuries = 5 knee surgeries
He hasn't had a knee injury in close to 2 years IIRC.
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Old 11-30-2012, 09:46 PM
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Are we happy with this core of WRs going into 2013 or do we draft one?

Floyd
Alexander
Brown
Royal
Meachem
Goodman

With all the other holes I think we just go with this group...
We are good if they can all survive the season. Meachem really needs to improve though. The other guys just need to stay healthy.
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Old 11-30-2012, 10:22 PM
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I see the people that crowned Gaither last year is starting to crown Alexander now.

Haven't you people learned anything..? He's a injury prone WR!
Ok. He's a bust. Get rid of him. Even though he's producing right now. Whooey says so.
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Old 11-30-2012, 10:56 PM
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I see the people that crowned Gaither last year is starting to crown Alexander now.

Haven't you people learned anything..? He's a injury prone WR!
Difference is that one is playing the 2nd most important position in football with no depth behind him, the other has 4 other guys to replace him if it doesn't pan out.
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:15 PM
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That would be great if he pulled that off... but as much of a great surprise as he has been here... he isn't the focus of defenses like Jackson.

Injuries mean he is a huge gamble though. So he needs a "when healthy" type contract.
I have no doubt that with the way Gaither turned out that someone decides they need to err on the side of caution should they extend Alexander
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:24 PM
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Danario has turned out to be a pleasant surprise and I hope we keep him, but at a reasonable price (I'm a little weary of his knees).

Wide Receiver definitely isn't the biggest position of need IMO. Shore up the O-line, 2 new corners, and another pass-rusher and/or MLB. Lots of needs but this team isn't quite as far as some may think.
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:31 PM
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We are good if they can all survive the season. Meachem really needs to improve though. The other guys just need to stay healthy.
Even if they can all survive the season I'm all for drafting another WR. Maybe in the 3rd or later. Floyd, Royal and Meachem only have a one-two years left on their contracts? Alexander would need to be extended....Goodman is a special teams guy only. So that leaves us with V. Brown as our only younger guy with time left on his contract.
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Are draft should be:

1st Round: LT
2nd Round: RT
3rd Round: Guard
4th-7th:BPA

Harris and Clary means we have the two worst tackles in the NFL.
The O tackle position is a mess;

Even if they draft a OT high in the draft their first year could be limited due to the rookie learning curve. They still need to draft one however.

What do they do with Gaither? It sounds like they are done with him but if they release him I beleive they will take a salary cap hit.

Free agency could be an option but who will be available and at what price?

Then there is Clary. What do you do with Clary?
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