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Adams and DeCastro starting for Pittsburgh would be their best move.
Baltimore Ravens: Tommy Streeter earning the third wide receiver role
Baltimore should change how it uses Torrey Smith.
He's a very good wide receiver, but having him play in the slot and using the taller, longer Streeter at outside receiver will open up more things for Flacco in the passing game.
Having Streeter earn the third wideout spot would be perfect for the Ravens, as not just Smith, but Boldin could play in the slot.
Cincinnati Bengals: Starting Dre Kirkpatrick over Nate Clements
Dre Kirkpatrick is a better corner at this point in his career than Nate Clements is, and Kirkpatrick hasn't played in the NFL yet. But he's a first-round pick from a team that runs a very NFL-similar scheme.
Clements was just bad last season in coverage and was burned for six touchdowns. He should be replaced early by Kirkpatrick.
Cleveland Browns: Cutting Colt McCoy
This sounds crazy to cut the guy who started at quarterback in 2011, but if the team wants to keep a level locker room behind the rookie, it only makes sense to cut McCoy.
He will be able to latch on elsewhere and could even fit in well with the Saints' offense. But Weeden needs to have full confidence shown to him, and this move would do that.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Having Mike Adams and David DeCastro start
Going with the offensive line configuration of Mike Adams, Willie Colon, Maurkice Pouncey, David DeCastro and Marcus Gilbert will yield excellent results for the Steelers in 2012.
It's got size, power and talent. Three things that the Steelers have lacked in their offensive line recently.
Now they get back to what made the Steelers who they were, a power run game with a line that will grow up together.