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I think I read that Suh prefers to stay on the west coast - so that would mean the 3 NFC West teams, Raiders, or Chargers.  It won't surprise me to see him re-sign with the Rams.

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8 minutes ago, BudAdams said:

I think I read that Suh prefers to stay on the west coast - so that would mean the 3 NFC West teams, Raiders, or Chargers.  It won't surprise me to see him re-sign with the Rams.

Early reports i heard were he wasnt likely to come back there. To me he has Raider written all over him.

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9 minutes ago, WurthDraft said:

This is hands down one of my favorite things about JRob. Article is unlocked btw. 

 

 

There's a separate thread about the Titans cutting Kline

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3 hours ago, tgo said:

Yeah, unless of course Hockenson will be our new inline TE!

 

3 hours ago, Justafan said:

With Wake now on the roster, I'm warming to the idea of Hockenson at 19.  I have no idea what to think about Delanie.  I don't want to write Walker off, he's been the offense's best player but 35 coming off that injury.  Projecting based on history is not encouraging. 

 

3 hours ago, tgo said:

I mean, I'm assuming Walker comes back relatively "full strength" this year, albeit slightly dimished due to age and missing a year. 

 

But even so, he's not a true inline tight end. 

 

And by the way, even if Hockenson were drafted, we'd still probably need an H-Back or FB. I really want to draft Trevon Wesco regardless of what else happens, unless we sign a real H back like Hewitt or a fullback like Anthony Sherman or Bohanon. 

 

I think if you want a strong, intricate run, truly versatile offense and run game, you need a true inline TE, a move tight end, AND an H-back or FB. 

 

3 hours ago, Justafan said:

I agree.  A true blocking TE who could catch the occasional pass is a need.  I'd like to see a FB and just some nasty blocking guys who can help out Henry.  I want to see an offense that is just really really tough to stop on 3rd down which compliments a nasty defense.  

 

If they want that inline TE to be a pass threat as well, then I think Hockenson becomes more attractive.  He's a fantastic prospect.  

 

 

 

3 hours ago, tgo said:

Oh?

 

3 hours ago, Justafan said:

Pruitt has never played FB.  

Good luck with this line of thinking guys.

I've been beating this drum for 2 days, and it's like swimming upstream against a torrential flood around here.

 

There's bodies, and there's some potential maybe, and that seems to be good enough for some members.

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11 minutes ago, TitanDuckFan said:

 

 

 

 

 

Good luck with this line of thinking guys.

I've been beating this drum for 2 days, and it's like swimming upstream against a torrential flood around here.

 

There's bodies, and there's some potential maybe, and that seems to be good enough for some members.

People fall in love with the edge rushers, forgetting they all have flaws and the really good prospects won't last until 19.  Also, I think people are underestimating the value Hockenson could add because we already have Delanie which of course is flawed thinking but I won't hate on people for hot takes.  It's that time of year.  

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