Rob Ryan will FIX the defense and get additional players to FIT his scheme. We may even get Shaun Rogers to play NT and one or two other defensive players that Cleveland CUT recently. One or more could provide the necessary DEPTH for our defense at NT, ILB and other key defensive position lacking depth (and experience) at the moment. Jerrah needs to address the OL in the early rounds in this year's draft due to our (unusual) drafting position of picking 9th in each round. Our 90's team had the BEST OL in the NFL and our D-Line had the best DEPTH and rotation as well. We NEED to get more younger and explosive at the Guard and Center position and draft the BPA OT in Rd 1. If we draft and upgrade our TALENT base in the OL THIS YEAR, we'll be a VERY DANGEROUS TEAM COME THE PLAYOFFS!!!!! Hopefully, Jerrah will get us a BIG RB or two to help wear down teams and then HIT them with the BIG STRIKE to Dez or Miles going deep. This new strategy will also keep our DEFENSE more fresher and with Rob Ryan's scheme, I expect alot more turnovers (i.e. picks & fumbles) and more 3 and out by opposing offenses. That being said, we'll need to ensure we have a PLAN in place to help our aging OL sustain the added minutes on the field due to Rob Ryan's defense getting it done (i.e. PLAN would be to draft young explosive OL talent who could step right in due to injuries and/or our older non-explosive O-lineman NOT getting it done like last year). So, we definitely NEED to get BIG and NASTY and YOUNG on the OL with a couple of BIG RBs to wear down opposing defenses and stay on the field LONGER (due to Ryan's defense giving our Offense additional minutes per game with turnovers and better 3rd down stops). Trust me, NOBODY will want to FACE the Cowboys if we have a nasty OL with big RB's, big WR's, and Rob Ryan leading our defensive unit (especially is we're able to sign Shaun Rogers and rotate him with Ratliff at the NT position) and get more of Cleveland's recently CUT defensive players for depth (i.e. I hear they were slightly older and making TOO MUCH money for Cleveland's small market).