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    Would i be right in saying that this is our depth chart as things stand...

    QB - Feeley, Bradford, Null, Reilly
    HB - Jackson, Ogbonnoya, Gado
    FB - Karney
    WR - Avery, Gibson, Gilyard, Robinson, Amendola, Foster, Burton
    TE - Fine, Johnson, Bajema, Fells, Oh-oh, Onobun
    LT - Smith, Barron
    LG - Bell, Allen
    C - Brown, Fraley, Setterstrom
    RG - Goldberg, Greco
    RT - Saffold, Trautwein

    RE - Long, Hall, Selvie, Davis
    LE - Little (if he comes back) Adeyanju, Ah You, Sims
    DT - Robbins, Ryan, Gibson, Scott
    LOLB - Chamberlain
    MLB - Laurinaitis, Hull
    ROLB - Diggs, Vobora, Grant
    CB - Bartell, Murphy, Dockery, Fletcher, Butler, King
    FS - Atogwe (if he signs) Dahl, Bassey
    SS - Butler, Hart

    K - Brown
    P - Jones

    I put Bradford 2nd, just because i dont think he'll start straight away. Maybe see him take over mid season.

    I think we have a gapping hole at LOLB, Diggs and Vobora arent the type we need for that spot, perhaps a FA will be brought in.

    Make additions / adjustments if you like.

  • #2
    Re: Depth chart

    Originally posted by Bing69 View Post
    Would i be right in saying that this is our depth chart as things stand...

    QB - Feeley, Bradford, Null, Reilly
    HB - Jackson, Darby, Ogbonnoya
    FB - Karney
    WR - Avery, Robinson, Gibson, Gilyard, Amendola, Burton, Foster
    TE - Fells, Johnson, Bajema, Oh-oh, Onobun
    LT - Smith, Barron
    LG - Bell, Allen
    C - Brown, Fraley, Setterstrom
    RG - Fraley, Goldberg, Greco
    RT - Saffold, Trautwein

    RE - Long, Selvie, Davis
    LE - Hall, Adeyanju, Ah You, Sims
    DT - Robbins, Ryan, Gibson, Scott
    WLB - Vobora, Chamberlain
    MLB - Laurinaitis, Hull
    SLB - Diggs, Grant
    CB - Bartell, Fletcher, King, Murphy, Dockery, Butler
    FS - Atogwe (if he signs) Dahl, Roach
    SS - Butler, Dahl

    K - Brown
    P - Jones
    LS - Massey

    I put Bradford 2nd, just because i dont think he'll start straight away. Maybe see him take over mid season.

    I think we have a gapping hole at LOLB, Diggs and Vobora arent the type we need for that spot, perhaps a FA will be brought in.

    Make additions / adjustments if you like.
    Ive changed a few things.

    Gado wasnt brought back, so it will be Kenneth Darby as part of the running back group.

    Derek Fine was released shortly after we claimed him on waivers

    Fraley i have on twice, because he has been bought in to start at Guard as well as back up at C

    I think if the season opened today, Hall would start at DE across from Long. And we have no real idea which end spot the drafted guys will play.

    I changed the names of the OLB spots, as it was easier to assign that way. When Diggs was signed, it was said Vobora has moved to weak side linebacker.

    I rearranged the CBs has Fletcher and King were playing those spots last year, and Dockery and Murphy will have to earn a move up the depth chart.

    Hart was let go, as was Bassey. I put Dahl as back up at both safety positions because, well, he is!

    This will definitely change a fair bit before the season starts!


    • #3
      Re: Depth chart

      I think Long will start on the left this year, he'll get more success going up against RTs. Also Marquis Johnson should be in there at CB as well


      • #4
        Re: Depth chart

        shows how much attention i was paying earlier this off-season.

        our defence was better than our offense last year but i think it could be vice versa this season. on paper that front seven is very average. if theres no atogwe either our secondary is in trouble
        Last edited by Bing69; -04-25-2010, 03:52 PM.


        • #5
          Re: Depth chart

          C'mon, you know Barron will be starting. Like he's gonna to let a Rook take his job, YEAH RIGHT!


          • #6
            Re: Depth chart

            I wouldn't mind seeing the o-line look like this for this year :

            LT- Barron ( better pass blocker than Smith )
            LG- Bell / Greco / Fraley
            C- Brown
            RG - Saffold
            RT- Smith


            • #7
              Re: Depth chart

              Wouldn't Fells be our #1?


              • #8
                Re: Depth chart

                Six tight ends? Is that you, Scott?


                • #9
                  Re: Depth chart

                  I'm hoping that Sam Bradford progresses quickly so that he can start at the beginning of the season I think we can go above .500. Not too much. 9-7. If we get Westbrook signed. Maybe bring in a veteran receiver. I really like Gilyard too. We shall see, but I can't wait.


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