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    [2024] Primary and Secondary Position of Concern for each Team


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    I'm pretty surprised that WR is our #2.  OLB doesn't surprise me, but WR does.  I would have thought Sam Hiller-Weeden and Ty Royal would be a great enough 1-2 punch that an average WR3 would work.  I fully expected DT, ILB, or OL to be above WR on the list.

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    3 hours ago, HAFFnHAFF said:

    I'm pretty surprised that WR is our #2.  OLB doesn't surprise me, but WR does.  I would have thought Sam Hiller-Weeden and Ty Royal would be a great enough 1-2 punch that an average WR3 would work.  I fully expected DT, ILB, or OL to be above WR on the list.

     

    Not arguing because you know your team best but your O-Line rating is #1 in the NFL.

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    I'm flat out flabbergasted that OG came in #1.  That's a major red flag because I know for a fact our C/DT positions are a dumpster fire.  CB doesn't surprise me as much, mostly because we don't have a true #1 guy there.  But I thought OG was at least not in the top 5 of our needs.  

    Gives us a lot to think about.  

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    14 hours ago, Soluna said:

     

    Not arguing because you know your team best but your O-Line rating is #1 in the NFL.

     

    That is true.  I would have thought it would be more of a concern with the LT and LG both red and our RT tearing his Achilles this season as a rookie.  I would have expected DT or ILB ahead of any OL position.  It's some good info to have about my WR corps though.  That's why I love this PFF stuff! It gives me different things to think about.

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