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Old 01-14-2005   #37
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Originally Posted by jacquescas
its a real possiblity that a vetran nose tackle could be brought in to fill in for a year while a rookie 2nd or 3rd round pick develops.
And what veteran FA NT's are out there this off-season?

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Originally Posted by Grid
Am I the only guy who feels we would be squandering DJs talent if we drafted him and put him at ILB? he is fast.. strong around the edges.. and we are gonna throw him in the middle cause he is better in coverage than Foreman? If we drafted DJ we would be better off using him at OLB..
DJ goes 230 lbs--he isn't big enough to play OLB in a 3-4. No, it wouldn't just be because Foreman is worse in coverage although with all the coverage our LB's get that is an excellent reason, it is because Foreman doesn't attack the line of scrimmage well and ends up making his tackles after the RB has gotten a solid gain. In addition, Foreman has 4 forced fumbles and 0 INT's in 6 years in the league. Derrick Johnson on the other hand is a turnover machine. Not saying trade up for him, but if he fell to #13 you snap him up and have him live with Sharper until opening day of the season.
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