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    To the Broncos
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    "Oh snap" San Diego!
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    Big move by the Broncos to shore up a major weak spot from last season.
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    2 thoughts here..

    1. Oakland's pick is looking better and better for next year!!!
    2. This is interesting for the draft as well.. as DT was def a need.. it will be either a Saftey /Tackle / or McClain.
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    I'd think Spikes was a better fit for the Denver 3-4 with his ability to pressure the QB when he blitzes.
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    Hoping they think so to and try to pick him up in the 2nd.. McClain could fall quite allot of he make it past them and SF.. we'll see I guess..
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    Williams, Bannan and Green. That's a lot of new bodies and cash to spend on the DL.
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    I'm not seeing McClain in NE, not after BB spent a first and third the past two drafts to infuse the ILB slots with youth. Mayo will hopefully stay healthy and make the leap I saw Guyton making last year, and I'll be looking for Guyton to continue improving. ILB depth/competition seems best addressed later in the draft, perhaps with one of those comp picks.
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    Jamal Williams used to be the most dominant nose tackle in the league. He gets hurt every year now tho, he'll look good in a few games probably
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    1: good point, forgot that the raiders are in denvers div and Williams should overpower Satele no problem, assuming 100% health.
    2: I think they could still look at DT given Williams' age. He could teach the new guy the tricks of the trade and retire
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    If he can stay healthy, maybe. That's a pretty huge if at this point, though. He's Kris Jenkins-esque, in that regard.
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    The starters wore down last year, but they started off well. If they stick around as backups, it'll be a big help even if Williams goes down.
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