In keeping with our literary theme from yesterday, today I'd like to discuss "Little Women." Were they really little? How tall were they? Did they travel around in a clown car?
After you've thoroughly exhausted that discussion, I'd like to ask a football question, if I may. Yesterday, Perry Fewell said he's been studying tapes of last year's game to evaluate his players' physical skills. I ask you, what should his next step involve? Is it really necessary to find the holes in Bill Sheridan's schemes and discover why things went so horribly wrong last year, or would he be better served by going straight to developing his own schemes based on what he's seen on tape?
Aside from adding new players through free agency and the draft, how would you suggest Fewell fix this squad?
The floor is open.
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