McCants......OH man, he may be the worst one out of the whole bunch. OMG was he awful in pre-seaon.
krunch-ur opinion of DD and Lockler is dead wrong, esp the "DD is a better T than Lockler ever was or will be and were the same last yr"
For starters, Lockler was an 8 yr starting vet for Seattle iirc, he was their RT that SB season. 2nd, one season he played LT when their staple LT was hurt for the year. 3rd, while the PFF grade between the 2 individually may have not been drastic (altho still in Locklers favor), the line as a unit performed better when Lockler was in in a majority of the aspects. If u go by PFF grade, DD ended up having a better yr than several OT's that he simply did not outperform. IIRC, it was enigma or another respected poster here who raised the credibility issue for that 1 specific aspect and challeneged the validity, but it was a long time ago.
Point is, DD is a great Giant. that said, id take a healthy Lockler over DD at this point any day of the week and twice on sunday
“Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1
Clearly we need a long term solution and neither of them are it -- But I'm just pointing out that this idea that Locklear performed at a much better level than Diehl did last year is absolutely false and has no basis in truth.