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#1 The Saltman

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:37 AM

But a DT has been taken 5 times in the past at #1 overall..


Just because A CB hasn't been taken first and a DT has really doesn't mean anything. It's like saying because I have never had sex before and have gotten a blow job that I prefer getting another blowjob because well having sex is unknown to me.


Well lets look at the Blow Jobs in years past that have been taken first overall at DT.

Walt Patulski 1972 Buffalo Bills: He recorded 21.5 sacks in his four years with the Bills. After his fourth year, he was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals for a second round pick. He played one year there before retiring due to an injury...Yawn

Kenneth Sims 1982 New England Patriots: The guy played a full 16 game schedule one time in his whole career then got busted with cocaine possesion.. Saweeet

Russell Maryland 1991 Dallas Cowboys: The only guy in this whole list worth mentioning. The guy played 140 games in a 9 year career. with 1 probowl appearance and 3 super bowl appearance which in large part wasn't his doing. Yayy one DT worth a damn yet not even close to being worthy of the first selection that year.

Steve Emtman 1992 Indianapolis Colts: The guy had more missed games due to injury than sacks in his whole career. Ya he played a game with a ruptured disk which probably meant he was a tough as nails football player but to consider him worthy of the pick is almost as ludicrous as listening to one of Meats jokes.

So ya I guess you can say in the whole history of the draft 1 player picked as the 1st overall at DT made an impact and no CBs have ever been taken at that same pick but that shouldn't mean we should just be safe and take a DT first overall. As you can see history shows that taking a DT first overall really isn't that safe.

*waits for the but but but "prime time" and Mike " I am the best scout that can't get a real scouting gig in the NFL" Mayock said we shouldnt take a CB first so we shouldn't crowd to respond in 3...2....

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:39 AM

no damnit no. :biggrin: honestly i dont care, do it.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:41 AM

Okay....exactly what is thread about? BJs or CBs?

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:42 AM

CBJB's

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:43 AM

But a DT has been taken 5 times in the past at #1 overall..


Just because A CB hasn't been taken first and a DT has really doesn't mean anything. It's like saying because I have never had sex before and have gotten a blow job that I prefer getting another blowjob because well having sex is unknown to me.


Well lets look at the Blow Jobs in years past that have been taken first overall at DT.

Walt Patulski 1972 Buffalo Bills: He recorded 21.5 sacks in his four years with the Bills. After his fourth year, he was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals for a second round pick. He played one year there before retiring due to an injury...Yawn

Kenneth Sims 1982 New England Patriots: The guy played a full 16 game schedule one time in his whole career then got busted with cocaine possesion.. Saweeet

Russell Maryland 1991 Dallas Cowboys: The only guy in this whole list worth mentioning. The guy played 140 games in a 9 year career. with 1 probowl appearance and 3 super bowl appearance which in large part wasn't his doing. Yayy one DT worth a damn yet not even close to being worthy of the first selection that year.

Steve Emtman 1992 Indianapolis Colts: The guy had more missed games due to injury than sacks in his whole career. Ya he played a game with a ruptured disk which probably meant he was a tough as nails football player but to consider him worthy of the pick is almost as ludicrous as listening to one of Meats jokes.

So ya I guess you can say in the whole history of the draft 1 player picked as the 1st overall at DT made an impact and no CBs have ever been taken at that same pick but that shouldn't mean we should just be safe and take a DT first overall. As you can see history shows that taking a DT first overall really isn't that safe.

*waits for the but but but "prime time" and Mike " I am the best scout that can't get a real scouting gig in the NFL" Mayock said we shouldnt take a CB first so we shouldn't crowd to respond in 3...2....



Yeah but I think you are forgetting that DT is the safe pick :hand:

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:44 AM

Okay....exactly what is thread about? BJs or CBs?


BJ DT's

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:45 AM

The rationale for why a corner has never been taken first in the draft is that they can be too easily schemed around and taken out of the game. If you overload the corner's side with an over and under route and send a running back in the flat, he can't cover everybody.

A DT is involved on every play and while you can double him, you are having to game plan for him all day. A corner isn't even involved on plays to the opposite side of the field.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:46 AM

Mayock has been offered numerous NFL personnel jobs- for the umpteenth time.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:46 AM

I just dont feel the DTs in this draft deserve to be schemed around. I will be fine with dareus as the pick I just think we should for once pick the Best player in this draft.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:46 AM

The rationale for why a corner has never been taken first in the draft is that they can be too easily schemed around and taken out of the game. If you overload the corner's side with an over and under route and send a running back in the flat, he can't cover everybody.

A DT is involved on every play and while you can double him, you are having to game plan for him all day. A corner isn't even involved on plays to the opposite side of the field.


Damn your logic.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:47 AM

:boxing_smiley:

Mayock has been offered numerous NFL personnel jobs- for the umpteenth time.



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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:47 AM

No Pick is a safe pick. We need to take PP because he is BPA.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:48 AM

I think the logic is that it is a safe pick this year given that there is qood talent there, it's a need, and there aren't any QBs worth taking there....not necessarily that it's a safe pick all the time.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:48 AM

My top 5:

Dareus
Peterson
Fairley
Green
Gabbert

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 11:49 AM

CB is also a big need. Marshall is gone and that ghost of a Restricted tender he has gotten really is nothing.


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