So we stand strong in the offseason with a plethora of developed and undeveloped talent. We all know the "you can't teach size" seems to be the Gman's new approach to our younger talent, but is a training camp and pre-season enough to coach a difference? It's not likely that Trai Turner and David Foucault will come into the season acting like seasoned vets, picking up all the right blitzes and making all the right blocks. That being said, these guys could very well help us push for an extra yard or two which can be game changing in the right situation. As far as WRs go, can Cotchery & Avant mentor Benjamin up to a consistent starter? Will Benjamin or Lafell have a better season? All questions to watch unfold as the season starts. I particularly like the idea of bringing in seasoned vets and young talent, there just has to be the right balance used in the right manner. I trust the team. Do you? Is the next 3-4 months enough time for our young guys to make a impact or are we working on a long term plan? This season could be huge for our GM and Head Coach.