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Old 04-18-2012, 09:18 PM   #14
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Default Re: If Hightower is available at 24, is he a no-brainer pick?

I don't see why we would look at secondary. Taylor had a horrible game but he is a really good CB, we have two other second year guys that are supposed to be good, and we have Keenan Lewis who played well last year. At safety we are set, I dont see Clark or Polamalu leaving to soon. I agree that we have over came horrible offensive cordinating and a poor to mediocre offensive line by an overwhelming defense and a great QB. I think that's something we need to get away from though, there's no reason that with a new OC and great drafting that we can't be solid on every level. A good NT or ILB and a starting quality guard along with a good backup or two on the O line in the 6th/7th round's. We get that in the draft and logical offensive playcalling we will be great. I know those are big "if's" and that's if Wallace stays, but it's definitely possible with our team and FO.
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