What if we ignored the temptation of drafting "skill players" for a couple of years?

And instead focused on truly beefing up our football team with offensive and defensive linemen?

Last year we drafted 2 olinemen and 2 dlinemen. In addition, we drafted a safety, cornerback, kick returner/special teamer/cb; PITTS, and a WR.

The long range plan would be in 2022 draft 2 edge rushers, 2 defensive tackles, 2 interior olineman, and BPA.

In 2023, draft best C and LT available. Add linebacker, safety, EDGE, and tight end. Sprinkle with affordable free agents to fill obvious gaps.

THEN in 2024, draft QB, RB, WR, CB, LB, TE, OT.

To recap- 2022- 2 defensive ends, 2 defensive tackles, 2 interior offensive linemen and BPA

2023- Best C and LT available plus LB, S, EDGE, and TE plus free agents.

2024- QB, RB, WR, CB, LB, TE & OT.

Do you think this would prove to be the elusive winning formula?

<em>This FanPost was written by one of The Falcoholic's talented readers. It does not necessarily reflect the views of The Falcoholic.</em>