NFL Draft

#35      
Yeah there's kinda two claims there

1. You shouldn't use high draft picks or big free agent commitments on non-premium positions
2. A backfield-disrupting interior defensive lineman isn't a premium position

IMO both of those are wrong.

RB's being fungible and having a very short shelf life is a different issue, IMO.
I think it’s for another reason as well - it’s just the bust potential at DT- so many high picks haven’t panned out

I think teams realize the benefit of a highly disruptive DT - the best get huge contracts that now rival the best DE’s
 
#37      
Tip, you are a New Orleans Saint

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BU approves
 
#40      
I think it’s for another reason as well - it’s just the bust potential at DT- so many high picks haven’t panned out

I think teams realize the benefit of a highly disruptive DT - the best get huge contracts that now rival the best DE’s

If you can create pressure and get sacks you’ll get paid
 
#49      
Wes Welker did ok at almost the same size and speed. Players can play, just need a chance to prove it.
And name me a team that wouldn't salivate over the prospect of a Wes Welker type clone..... Not saying he's that, but the potential is there.... Welker was an undrafted FA, I'd be surprised if Williams isn't selected in the draft in the later rounds.
 
#50      
And name me a team that wouldn't salivate over the prospect of a Wes Welker type clone..... Not saying he's that, but the potential is there.... Welker was an undrafted FA, I'd be surprised if Williams isn't selected in the draft in the later rounds.
Yeah his 3 cone and vertical are pretty good which makes sense with what he is actually good at which is a quick shake and a move. The vert will help him also. I'm guess he goes in the 7th.