I wouldnt be mad either way, but I would lean Ogletree because IMO he is less of a risk. Ansah is a proect much like JPP was. Will he be like JPP, he could. But he also might not.
Personally I think Reese would go Ansah over Ogletree because of what happened with JPP and the fact that Reese has won 2 SBs without a superstar LB.
*Trade back in the 1st round and get an extra 2nd *Resign Beason and Joseph
1-David Yankey G Stanford
2-Jeremiah Attaochu OLB GT
2-Kareem Martin DE UNC
3-Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska
4-Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers
5-Chris Watt G ND
6-Jay Bromley DT Syracuse
But,we should assume the 1st round pick to be something other than what everyone's expecting, it always is...
Im going to start my Elam,Lane Johnson,Kawan short homework...
Why all this big talk about DE's and LB? We absolutely NEED, above everything else, an OT that can start week 1. Once Eli doesn't have to worry about Diehl giving up pressure on every play, he will be able to have some actual time in the pocket and throw those highly accurate passes as opposed to forced picks.
If Lane Johnson is still there at 19 then we better jump on that. That said, I don't see him being there at 19.
-Chuck KnoxxIf your drinking game consisted of taking a shot every time the Broncos got a 1st down, you might as well just smoke a joint.
1. Eric Ebron, TE, UNC
2. David Yankey, G, Stanford
3. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
4. Kareem Martin, DE, UNC
5. Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU
6. De'Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon
There is no team better at evaluating pass rushers than the Giants. I can't remember the last time that they struck out on one in the draft.
Therefore, I think that if they take a DE in the first, there is a high probability that he will be a good player for us.
It seems logical to me, we wont realy have $$ to add any impactful player on D,infact we may lose some...So if you subtract,not add,seems hard to imagine theyll magically improve....