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: November 13, 2008, 04:29:35 PM

With the season heading into week eleven of the regular season, most fans can pretty much see what positions are in need of some youth, playmakers or just need an overhauling.

1. Defensive tackle - While Haye and Hovan have had a decent season thus far through the first 9 games there is no push from the interior. Allowing opposing quarterbacks to step up in the pocket and locate would be receivers while avoiding the rush this years class of defensive tackles could be aided by some underclassman declaring early, here are seight prospects to keep an eye on.

1. Sen ' Derrick Marks
2. Vance Walker
3. Peria Jerry
4. Evander Hood
5. Jeff Owens
6. George Hypolite
7. Jarron Gilbert
8. Ricky Jean-Francios

2. Wide Receivers - With Galloway and Hilliard both aging and hurting along with the contract status of Bryant and Clayton not to mention Stovall still not being able to take things from the practice fields to the main stage and the turtling of the Bucs second round pick from this season Dexter Jackson would not be surprised to see two - three receivers in free agency and the draft this coming off season.

1. Michael Crabtree
2. Jeremy Maclin
3. Percy Harvin
4. Derius Hayward Bey
5. Juanquin Iglesias
6. Ramses Barden
7. Hakeem Nicks
8. Marko Mitchell
9. Brandon Tate
10.  Brooks Foster

3. Cornerback - Has some issues with age in Ronde Barber and contract status of Buchanon after drafting Talib in the first last season think another player still is needed to add to the mix not sure a first rounder but  aplayer in rounds 2-4 that can learn on the job but also help out in nickle in dime situations.

1. Vontae Davis
2. Joe Burnett
3. Alphonso Smith
4. Mike Mickens
5. Domonique Johnson
6. Coye Francies

4. Defensive End - With very little help inside this season when it comes to the pass rush a third edge rusher would be of some help as Carter cant play forever and both Adams and White could use  aplayer to help push both and add competition to the mix

1. Greg Hardy
2. Geroge Selvie
3. Everette Brown
4. Derek Walker
5. Philip Hunt
6. Matt Shaughnessy
7. Pannel Egboh
8. Greg Middleton

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#1 : November 13, 2008, 04:37:53 PM

I'd put FB on that list if it were mine

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#2 : November 13, 2008, 04:39:40 PM

With the season heading into week eleven of the regular season, most fans can pretty much see what positions are in need of some youth, playmakers or just need an overhauling.

3. Cornerback - Has some issues with age in Ronde Barber and contract status of Buchanon after drafting Talib in the first last season think another player still is needed to add to the mix not sure a first rounder but aplayer in rounds 2-4 that can learn on the job but also help out in nickle in dime situations.

Darius Butler - UConn... nuf said!

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#3 : November 13, 2008, 04:45:39 PM

Proven starters would be better than rooks

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#4 : November 13, 2008, 04:48:25 PM

Right now I'm not sure Ricky Jean-Francois is big enough to be a serious DT.

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.
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