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|02-17-2007, 01:07 PM||#11|
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Re: Does our draft priorities change with Tomlin?
I don't think it changes because we are keeping the 3-4.I think Tomlin will end up liking the 3-4 and keep using it,even after LeBeau retires.
I truly don't see the secondary as a huge concern.Polamalu being hurt all season had a big effect on the play back there.I think Ike Taylor will be the 2005 Ike who was a shutdown and McFadden will start giving us the younger & faster CB opposite Ike.Townsend will make a great 3rd CB and be there to give veterana dvice to Ike and McFadden.I also like Anthony Smith starting at FS...he can cover and damn the boy can hit!
Rd 1- OLB/DE (Most 3-4 OLB played DE in college so he could also rotate in at DE during the season).I like Jarvis Moss of Florida and LaMarr Woodley of Michigan.If we go OL,I like LT Levi Brownof Penn State.
Rd 2- OL unless Michael Bush is available.He'd be a great compliment to Parker and could start if Parker goes down with an injury.Otherwise,we take an OL here,probally a tackle.
Rd 3- OL or ILB.
Rd 4- Tall WR.
Rd 5,6,7,8- Best Player available/depth at various positions.
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