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View Poll Results: Most important for success next year?

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  • Wide Receiver

    129 84.31%
  • Running Back

    0 0%
  • O-Line

    7 4.58%
  • D-Line

    7 4.58%
  • Linebacker

    0 0%
  • Cornerback

    9 5.88%
  • Safety

    1 0.65%
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Thread: Go on record. What's most important?

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    Pass rusher first then wide out . Wide outs are easier to come by
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    Quote Originally Posted by phintim View Post
    Wide outs are easier to come by
    That's what we were told after we got rid of B Marshall. Turns out it's sort of true - crappy wide outs are very easy to come by. Good ones - not so much...
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    I feel like we need to do whatever we can to get the best out of Tannehill as he develops, so it has to be an elite receiver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpus View Post
    Maybe I should have been clearer. This is in reference to what do we need to ADD to the team.
    Thats a completely different question.

    If its what do we need to add thats most important to the team's success I would have to say WR and OL.
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    As Atlanta has shown in the first half, playmaking WRs are definitely a must especially for a young, developing QB.
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    Re: Go on record. What's most important?

    We need whatever it takes to score more touchdowns! How many field goals you see today?

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    I am kind of stuck on this one too. Defense seemed to rule the day today, and teams do not beat Tom Brady and CO by outscoring them... they win by stopping them on O. I see the D as being closer to becoming elite than the O so I almost feel it would be wiser to try and develop a dominant defense and do your best outside of that to improve the O. But the talent of the playmakers on O make it almost impossible to do this.;


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    Flacco and Co. came out and took a 1 point lead with an 88 yard drive. They opened the game with a long drive. They have the offense to score when needed and a tough hard hitting D. We do not have a Ray Rice or an Anquan Boldin. Two huge needs RB and WR. The Falcons gave five pics to move to 6 to get Julio Jones and they were 1 play from the SB. We don't need draft pics, we need top tier offensive NFL talent.
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    Improved QB play without a doubt the most important for improved success next year.
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    i wonder how what the net salary cap implications would be of the following roster turnover:

    let Long, Bush, Hartline, Fasano walk, cut Marshall, Patterson, Carpenter.

    sign UFA's Vollmer, Levitre, Wallace. trade down slightly and still get WR Patterson or Allen around 20, use ammo from that trade down to move up into late 20's from 42 to draft TE Ertz. pick CB with 2b and 3a, RB/FS with 3b/4. draft a Kicker in the 5th or 6th. Start Lamar Miller at tailback. Hope we hit on the corners we draft. We would have an extraordinarily athletic offensive line. These guys are studs and we'd also be directly poaching two AFC East rivals. Also i'd highly doubt they'd turn into Smiley and Grove v2.0.
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