ThaFranchize Posted April 16, 2019 Share Posted April 16, 2019 Being a GM is tough. Balancing the fans hunger to win now, but being mindful that we will be just as “hungry” the following year, and the year after that is no easy task. A big part of that is being in tune with the HC, and knowing which guys are bought in to the program. Here is my “virtual GM” assessment of where we stand now with regard to 2019 and beyond positionally. QB- Above average. I believe at least 12-13 teams would trade a 1st or a pair of seconds for Stafford. Yes he’s overpaid, but by next year his contract will be middle of the road. I like the Savage signing, now we need a guy like Rypien in 6. RB- Average- I love KJ, but it’s scary when a talented and historically injured RB, breaks out as a rookie and then gets hurt. I liked the CJ signing, but he was also cut 2-3 times last year I hate Riddicks contract for his value. I love a 4th round RB who can catch and break big plays this year TE- Average- I’m fine here. We have 3 young guys who are specimens. Tight ends typically don’t blossum until age 27, and we have 3 that are 26 and under Let’s see what we have unless value lands in our lap in 5-6 We not only have young bodies and some proven production, we have at least 2 years with 2 of them WR- below average. At this point I think Marvin is a nice 3, and Amendola and regency 4. I expect 750 and 520 yards respectively. Golladay is a low end #1 without shiftiness or break away speed. Add a burner and we have a nice squad. Without we don’t give Stafford much to work with. IE- give me a top tier WR and Jesse James in our starting lineup over Amendola and Hock. OL- above average. I love 4/5 of it I’m worried about 1 year with Glasgow and 2 with Decker, and no RG. Give me a 3rd round RG over Wiggins all day CB- solid. we still have Tabor and Agnew I haven’t 100% given up yet. We spend big money on Coleman, and decent money on Melvin opposite Slay. We paid 2 free agents about 9.0 and 4.5M respectively, have a Pro Bowler, and 2 rookie deals that are in year 3. I’d leave this alone. Safety- terrified. I think Walker is purely hope, and Diggs is great. No depth behind them. I’d have like Ha Ha or maybe a run at Eric Berry DE- strength. I don’t get the edge rusher desire. In my world we have 3 young studs signed for 2-5 years each. Flowers on one side, Hand on the other and Okwara in rotation on either side. That should be 20 sacks this year combined. DT- terrified. Two years with Snacks at 31, and A Robinson in his last year Nothing else behind them. *Ed Oliver* He’s healthy and per his Pro Day, nimble and strong He’d have been a top 3 pick had he been healthy all year, and would have had like 25 TFL A rush DT like a hybrid between Donald and Atkins Less impactful than Donald, more than Atkins LB- nervous- I am a believer in Davis in year 3. I like Kennard, and I like C Jones for depth, not starting I’d love to draft White, and blitz Davis from the weak side RG- is our biggest starter hole MLB- would upgrade 2 positions with Davis going to WLB Safety- has great contracts and years, but nervous about Walker starting, and nervous about depth DT- have 2 solid players, but one battling age, and one with only 1 year left WR- we need a playmaker RB- need a gadget back on a good contract RD 1- Oliver, D White, C Wilkins- best way to sure up the D. We improve at starter and fix depth RD 2- WR- Harry, Campbell, Brown, Hunter, Isabella, etc RD 3- RG RD 4- DT or LB depending on rd 1 RD 5- RB RD 6- FS RD 6- TE RD 7- QB RD 7- DT sign Ziggy to a big prove it deal 13m on 1 year extend Glasgow and A Rob . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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