Finished the season ranked 27th. Although we were 18th vs the rush, we gave up the 2nd most rushing TD's at 18. We were 27th vs the pass. What these numbers don't show is the 32 turnovers they forced, we were 3rd. Obviously the loss of Ngata and Hyder hurt, and the mostly ineffective play of Ansah until late in the season. Rebuilding the DL like they did with the OL last season is a priority. We need both FA and the draft because most rookies don't start out making any impact on the DL. Hopefully Killebrew suffered a "sophomore slump" and can contribute at S or possibly move into the LB rotation. Glad to see that they had Agnew in the secondary rotation at the end of the season because we are probably going to need him next year. Diggs looked seamless moving into a position he has never played before, at any level, so there is hope there. Tabor? I got nothing on him, not enough time on the field even when he was healthy to know but it is disappointing for a 2nd round pick. Get a BIG man like Vita Vea for running downs and work him slowly into the rotation with a FA DT and we could be moving forward, this D isn't as bad as their ranking would indicate. The Denver D was ranked #3 giving up 290 yards a game, but they forced 15 fewer turnovers. The Cincinnati D was ranked #18 but gave up only 17 yards fewer with half the turnover, we had 1 more turnover per game than they did. Would you rather have the extra turnover or the 17 yards every game? If we cut 28 yards a game we are #13 in the league. Besides the turnovers what role does an O have in this??? We were the worst scoring O in the league in the first quarter, anyone think that has something to do with what the D does in a game? What about the 22 giveaways from the O? I simply don't see that we are as bad off as others but there is a CRITICAL need on the DL. We HAVE to get pressure from the DE position and get run stopping help from the DT position. More than getting the "right" guy at HC, I believe what he does with personnel in the off season is AS important. Plugging the biggest holes could have some serious returns. Changing schemes with the same players isn't likely to fix much at all.