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I love the move!Against run heavy teams you start Pollard. Pass heavy teams you start Wilson. Pollard playing with a ball hawk in Baltimore (Reed) thrived. Michael Griffin is that kind of player.( not caliber whise. As in type of player obviously.) you move Pollard up and let Griffin play centerfield. I've read Wilson didn't due bad vs slot recievers. And there won't be any ridiculous Hail Marys with those three back there. But most of all this will help griffin go back to the pro bowl caliber player he can be. With Pollard being able to play in the box it allows Griffin to be a play maker. See the ball and pick it off for six. Not to mention Pollard will be our first solid hitter since Hope. Just a great move if Pollard isn't a nuscance in the locker room
Sorry for the poor spelling it was bumpy while I was writing this
I'm with ya. I like the move. Haven't seen the numbers yet but I really like it. The entire free agency as a whole is going well. We overpaid for Levitre (but I understand why we did it) and we overpaid for the RB position (I understand why we did that too). But overall we are doing very well.
If we get a good DE for depth and then have a good draft we could make the playoffs.
If we get a Vet d end then we can draft Warmack or Cooper, and then do whatever we want for the whole draft. Instead of drafting for need we draft the best player
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