JaguarCrazy2832 Posted May 10, 2019 Share Posted May 10, 2019 I feel like every year we say you can't take a Guard, Center or RT in the Top-10 or so as if finding good ones in round 5 is as easy as a RB or WLB but why is that when the guys they are blocking are drafted there all the time. The way pass rushers are getting more and more athletic and schemes becoming more difficult to gameplay for I think the non-LTs are highly underrated We hear a good amount lately about these freakish DTs and how incredible guys like Aaron Donald are but who the heck is going to block him and these other freakish DTs? Why wouldn't someone who is responsible for stopping or slowing down 1 of the most disruptive players in the game be worth drafting higher than expected? We had a thread about whether you'd want an elite edge or elite DT and the votes were close enough to make me think if teams see elite interior OL as a major priority then why are we so against IOLs early as well? Once more if you take a look at the mirror image from the offense/defense(excluding QB because there dont have one) but all of these are so similar in expected ADPs EXCEPT for IOLs and RTs. Edge-LT: Can be drafted as high as #1 RB-Off ball LBs/SSs, must be practically generational to be worthy of going high WR:CB exactly the same TE:FS An RT might not to be watching the blindside but the slower LDEs are kind of going away with the league going more towards pass-heavy offenses and sometimes the best pass rusher isn't even lined up on the LT too. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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