I see a lot of people clamoring for Landry on this board, and Im just curious. What do you think a really good FS does for the team? Is it more or less important than a true #2 cornerback? How different of a team is Baltimore when Ed Reed is injured? How much of a difference did Chris Hope make for the Titans D? And how much did it hurt the Steelers to lose him? I think Landry is a special athlete, and I think FS is a can't miss position in the NFL draft. Im just a little concerned with the "bang for your buck" mentality. How much does a FS really improve the team? How important is the position? And how much of an upgrade would someone like Landry be over Brown? On the one hand, I can see it being a huge upgrade. Suddenly the CBs don't have to be on islands covering the WRs. In deep zones, there would be someone to help over the top. We could double true 1 WR teams. On the other hand, FS can only play half the field, so we are still left with the same problem we have now. What do we do with the weak half of the field?