I really do believe that we trade both Williams and Moreno, and I think that they will go to the same team. IMO they could land in Cincinnati, because they have a need, they have the money, and they have the draft picks (alot of extra due to the Carson Palmer trade). Cincy doesn't have a good backup to the lawfirm and from what I have read Maluaga had a very bad year. So I believe that we could get a 3 and a 6 for both of them. Remember they are getting two good players that have experience and are very capable of not only starting for their team but drastically improving their team.
For the record: I am not saying I would pick a CB with our first pick. I am saying that if the first 4 picks were those guys, overall I would be happy because we would have addressed areas of need when all was said and done....I understand that, and to be honest I would not mind that draft either, I just keep seeing people throwing Champ under the bus for one game and expect a rookie to step in and be better. That is putting a ton of pressure on a rookie and, considering we really don't have the time to wait for him to develop, we could be shooting ourselves in the foot.
The bigger factor was a lack of pressure on Flacco, especially compared to the earlier game against them. Champ didn't fare as well a few years ago either when our pass rush was nonexistant. If we were getting to Flacco as well as we did in the first meeting, you think Bailey gets singled out? Heck, for that matter if we get more pressure, Baltimore doesn't come close to winning.
Now, if the defense wants to bring in some youth and move Bailey to safety, they should do so to make the team better, not as a reaction to the game we lost. I mean, it's something we're going to have to do eventually....replace Bailey. But nothing will work unless we continue to improve the pressure our front four get.
The Game Plan was a mess.