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Old 10-18-2004   #25
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Its not that people arent willing to take the risk on an RB really.. its that they are a risk because ANY RB chosen in ANY round could be a flop, or a star. So why take one in the first when you could take something less risky.. and choose an RB later that has just as good a chance of being a star as any?

No we wont change to a 4-3 and yes it is a bad idea. We have geniuses of the 3-4 on our coaching staff, lets play to their strengths.

Id rather have Dunta than wilfork. we went with BPA and i honestly beleive Dunta was the BPA. Yes the NT is very important for a 3-4.. but Wilfork is not the only promising NT to have come out of college, and he isnt the last either. our FO seems to put ALOT of weight in getting "their guy".. they dont want the guy everyone is raving about, they want the guy that fits their organization, and fits their playstyle. Wilfork may not have fit that.. and when we do get "our NT".. im sure HE will.

as shallow as the NT position looks in this years draft.. you never know what we are going to do. There are plenty of 300+ pound linemen in college football.. and any one of them could be floating under the radar.. showing our FO exactly what they want to see. Like Jason Babin.
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