Recon_Hawk wrote:I'd say the core of the offense is on the roster, but with as much two tightend sets the hawks run, I'd like to see an upgrade over McCoy with a better receiver, YAC type.
I'd also like a speed RB added to replace Leon.
I think McCoy is just fine as depth for Miller. He was really solid as a second TE last year. What I'd like to see is that H-back/Joker type of tight end added to the group, but if we go into the season with just Miller and McCoy, I'll be comfortable with that.
From what I've seen on him, I don't think it's all that much of a stretch to envision Harvin in the back field as the 3rd down back. In 2011 Harvin rushed 52 times for 350 with a 6.6 yard average. That's pretty consistent with anything Leon's ever done as a "change of pace", and I think we'd all agree that Harvin is a much bigger receiving threat than Leon. That would be a pretty dynamic look actually; 3 wide with Rice, Tate, Baldwin and Miller at TE with Harvin in the backfield. The possibilities out of a look like that are almost endless... Trips, trips bunch, read option... read option end around out of trips bunch... read option end around WR pass to a streaking Russell Wilson down the sideline... omg... it's crazier than Tecmo Bowl.
The O-line is pretty solid IMO, just need to get Carp healthy. Okung and Unger are all world
talents as far as I'm concerned. Carp looked pretty good at LG, but needs to stay healthy (I still have lots of hope for him). Breno's really pulled up his socks with the bonehead stuff and was pretty good last year. Sure we could upgrade, but it's not a huge need right now. If there's a weak spot, it's RG. Either Sweezy or Moffitt really needs to step up and take over the position this year. Glad to have McQuistan though. Guy is a swill army knife. Omiyale and Lemuel seem to be pretty solid back ups.
So yeah, I'd say the offense is about as complete as you can ever hope to get anything
complete in today's NFL.