I may be somewhat perplexed, but not dissapointed. I have faith they will address the teams needs.
Think of everything we've ever said the team "needs". P&J have gone out and got it fixed. RB? check. Julius Jones is gone and Marshawn Lynch leads the league in rushing (or he would if ADP wasn't a robot). Secondary? check, check, check and check. The days of Kelly Jennings and Brian Russell falling down in the defensive secondary are hella gone and every one of the guys back there is Pro Bowl caliber. Left tackle? Check. Sean "the human turnstyle" Locklear is gonzo and Okung is penciled in as the Pro Bowl starter for the next decade. Middle linebacker? check. Undersized, over slowed and oft injured guys like Lofa and Hawthorne are gone and Bobby Wagner almost won rookie of the year (should have won it dangit). Wide reciever? checks. What was once a maligned unit is now one of the deepest and most productive in the league (and we just added Percy f'ing Harvin!). Pass rush? Checks. Avril and Bennett should apply lots of pressure along with Irvin and a healthy Clem.
Quarterback.....? I'm not sure, but it's looking pretty promising so far.
So with the track record we have of not only addressing problems, but addressing them with Allstar level talent, why would I be concerned that they won't take care of this issue? This is barely a blip on the radar for our guys. We have all kinds of ammo to move up, down and sideways in the draft and have proven to have some of the best scouts in the league.
They'll get it done.
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