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Time to Panic?

Week 4 is a noted turning point for many NFL teams as they look to close out the first quarter of the NFL Season. All of the talk in the media and through the fans has been focused on the the Refs and the replacement situation, however there are a handful of teams that have gotten off to slow starts. Is it time for these slow starters to start to panic? Is there an increased sense of urgency for those looki ...

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Buccaneers: Meet the 2012 Draft Class

ROUND 1: Mark Barron, S, Alabama Barron is a thumper who excels at coming down into the box and defending against the run. He's known for delivering devastating hits and for his leadership skills in the locker room. He is not an exceptional pass defender, but he has some skills there that could be tapped if the Bucs are patient and work with him. Barron should step in immediately as the Bucs starting strong ...

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Saints: Meet the 2012 Draft Class

Round 3: Akiem Hicks, DT, University of Regina Hicks is a "raw" prospect whom the Saints admit will face a learning curve as he transitions from Canada to the NFL. But he's an exciting prospect with a high ceiling. And he fills one of the team¹s biggest long-term and short-term needs. The Saints need more young, dynamic athletes to become more disruptive up front. Hicks is an athletic tackle who could be us ...

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Panthers: Meet the 2012 Draft Class

ROUND 1: Luke Kuechly, Boston College The Carolina gave all three of their starting linebackers contract extensions last summer, but two of them—Jon Beason (Achilles tendon) and Thomas Davis (ACL)—went down the first two weeks of the season. Kuechly can play any of the three linebacker spots, but is best in the middle or weakside (where Davis plays). At BC, Kuechly was a tackling machine who set NCAA record ...

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Falcons: Meet the 2012 Draft Class

ROUND 2: Peter Konz, C, Wisconsion Center Todd McClure was re-signed during free agency. Also, Joe Hawley started three games at center last season. The right guard position was problematic as Garrett Reynolds opened the season as the starter after beating out Mike Johnson. When Reynolds struggled, Hawley took over at right guard. He will have a chance to win the right guard spot and serve an apprenticeship ...

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