Other than that, I think that RT and S are the biggest areas to address. I just think we've invested more and are more promising at S with Meriweather and Tanard as talented young vets that have shown they can be difference makers in the NFL, a solid smart vet in Madieu, and a couple of draft picks in Bernstine and Gomes. RT is more shaky to me with Polumbus, banged up Brown, and Compton as the options.
Like you said about judging Fred after two games, I'm not going to just turn on our defense which has been our team strength over the years. While our offense is putting up points, we get stagnant and we only really get big plays from shots downfield rather than yac (other than that Garcon slant). To compete for a championship, we need a great defense, but really have to be able to keep pace with these elite offenses like NE, GB, NO, NYG, Philly, etc. That's why I value that x factor that makes everyone else get a little less attention. RT is second because it protects RGIII and OTs are important in our scheme. The secondary is the least important unit in our defensive scheme, but special Polomalu type guys really raise the overall impact. So if we can grab a truly special safety, then I'm all for it. But in this draft class, there seems to be a lot of depth at safety, but not a lot of separation between the prospects.