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William Moore

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You guys want to know what a real Strong Safety looks like, look at this guy. Guy had 2 picks against Breesus tonight.....although everyone seemed to pick him off tonight. I haven't had as much an issue with Zbikowski as a lot of others have, but Moore is 10,000 times the Safety Zibby is. Since we will have an abundant supply of offseason spending money, bringing in a playmaking/run stuffing SS like Moore seems like the prudent move.

Get that man in a horseshoed helmet Grigson...

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Definitely. What is he 26? Yeah definitely do that

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Through FA or the draft a SS would be a good place for an upgrade. Zibi is just average

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Zibi was the second/third stringer in Baltimore....I wasnt expecting him to do big things....but Moore, yessir, Moore is a grown man out there. That Atl secondary doesnt get enough credit....

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Zibi was the second/third stringer in Baltimore....I wasnt expecting him to do big things....but Moore, yessir, Moore is a grown man out there. That Atl secondary doesnt get enough credit....

....and that was with Grimes and Samuel out.

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