That's small even for a 3-4 OLB
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That's small even for a 3-4 OLB
I'm sure others have said it. Not going to spend the time reading through all the posts, but.. because most likely it's going to be Cooper or White that's the best player available at the ninth pick.
You might be right, but you also might be wrong. Mocks are wrong far more often than they are right.
I'd rather have three linebackers capable of playing all three downs. Obviously if you go nickle or dime they come off the field, but it would be to have three players with that kind of athletic...
New Orleans holds the 31st pick and has two second round picks. They need a receiver after trading Graham and Stills. They would be a great trade partner.
New Orleans offloaded Graham and Stills.. maybe they'll want to trade up for Cooper/White if one of them fall to the ninth pick.
They pick 13th and 31st in Round 1, 12th in Round 2, and 11th and...
They will not draft a running back at #9.
I honestly wouldn't mind seeing them draft two safeties. It's a big position of need. Double down!
Dawson played well in college, but I think in the NFL he's a two down linebacker. I'm not really fond of guys who don't have the speed to cover well, because lets face it teams don't run on 1st and...
That had a lot to do with HOW the Giants were rushing the passer as much as it did the players on the field. Zero creativity in when blitzing will not get you through a solid offensive line.
What we need it less CAPS LOCK in the titles when people are posting :P
#1 Safety in a TERRIBLE class of Safeties? Each player is different. Keep in mind we're looking for a Free Safety and not a Strong Safety. If you look at the scouting reports you posted.. it...
Slip explained why Armstead isn't a stat monster like the other two. It's how they're asked to play. It has to do with scheme.
I like Armstead because he's a quality player and has flexibility. You have options on where you want to play him and that helps get your best players on the field together. Everyone is asking for...
I would <3 Armstead even at #9. Outside on running downs and inside on passing downs.
Really hoping for that trade down, but I don't think Reese will do it.
The Eagles have no class. Remember the videos they made last year? The one about Eli in particular? Zero class..
Kennard and McKinney would be pretty scary together as outside linebackers. Two high motor guys... that's the kind of defense I like to see.
Shelton is going to be the better run stuffer, but Armstead can play the run and rush the passer. If we were a 3-4 team looking for a NT.. Shelton all day long, but we're not. Having a big fatty on...
Osi had his issues also though. He was a straight up speed rusher. He couldn't bull rush like Strahan, Tuck, or JPP. A guy having multiple tools is better than a guy with only one tool.
I'm good with it too. He's got the potential to be a defensive end or defensive tackle. Whichever he is he's going to be good.
If somebody hasn't learned to tackle by college it's because they don't want to tackle. It's like the Safeties who always try to lay the wood on a receiver every single time they catch the ball. You...
Also, the Pro-Bowl isn't about who's the best player. It's about who's the most popular. Every year players get in who don't deserve it and players are left out who do.
Shelton is the best NT in the draft which is why he'll most likely be gone at #7 because the Bears need and BPA will line up perfectly.
Better defensive scheme, less injuries, and the Giants are AT LEAST an 8 win team. People are freaking out over talent. There was talent last year, but so many injuries.. such a bad defensive...