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    Does Saunders have more or less to work with here in St Louis?.

    Saunders had Priest Holmes, Larry Johnson, Tony Gonzales, and Trent Green with middle of the road receivers in Kansas City along with a very solid 0-line. In Washington, he had Clinton Portis, Santana Moss, Chris Cooley, Brandon Lloyd, Antwaan Randle El, and David Patten occupying opposing defensive coordinators thoughts. Thoughts?


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    Re: Does Saunders have more or less to work with here in St Louis?.

    If our O-line is solid our skill players will all be fine.

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    Re: Does Saunders have more or less to work with here in St Louis?.

    Not only that, I think it exemplifies Saunders' ability to use the tools at his disposal. Use your strengths type of thing. He never had a qb of Bulger's ability in Washington, but was still able to formulate an aggressive offensive attack. I'm not concerned with our WR depth this year. Saunders will know how to make do with what he's got, and with Action Jackson in there, along with a quality qb and TE and at least one veteran WR in Holt, it'll be fine. The one exception or limiting principle to his success will be just as laram0 says: the O-Line has got to hold up.

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