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cunningham06
04-29-2007, 08:06 PM
How do you guys feel about how other teams in the division did in the draft?

Dallas-
Anthony Spencer DE- Solid player, but isn't that much of an impact player.
James Marten- Good pick, will make their offensive line better, may start.
Isiah Stanbeck- Not a big fan of Stanbeck, don't expect much from him.
Doug Free- Another good pick, great depth player.
Nick Folk- Average ranked kicker, crosby might have been better.
Deon Anderson- Good blocking and running fullback.
Courtney Brown- Depth CB, but has a lot of potential, could be more.
Alan Ball- roster fodder CB.

NY-
Aaron Ross- Good CB, finally they have one. Is capable of being burned, but is a good player.
Steve Smith- another good pick, he's a talented WR.
Jay Alford- Added an impact DT which they lacked to an already good defensive line.
Zak DeOssie- Sleeper, could turn out good or could turn out to be nothing at all, we'll have to see.
Kevin Boss- Solid backup TE.
Michael Johnson- Situational/special teams player
Ahmad Bradshaw- Nothing to exciting backup RB.

Washington-
Laron Landry- I'm already starting to worry about the Sean Taylor Laron Landry combo that we will have to face twice this year.
Dallas Sartz- Better LB options were available, he's alright
HB Blades- Good value here for a good player, the Redskins have really good depth at LB now.
Jordan Palmer- Nothing big backup qb.
Tyler Ecker- another option to throw to, not a bad TE.

Ok I think the best to worst goes like this: New York, Washington, Dallas. The player drafted that I'm most worried about is Laron Landry. I think our draft is about as good as Dallas's was.

Eaglez.Fan
04-29-2007, 08:14 PM
I love Dallas' draft, on our side. IMO Spencer won't do as well standing up

eaglesalltheway
04-29-2007, 08:48 PM
After looking at this, I say we had the best draft, maybe.

cunningham06
04-29-2007, 08:51 PM
I love Dallas' draft, on our side. IMO Spencer won't do as well standing up

Agreed, I don't see him being nearly as good as Demarcus Ware as a 3-4 LB. He'll probably be a solid player, but I don't expect him to be that great.

eaglesalltheway
04-30-2007, 06:28 AM
Agreed, I don't see him being nearly as good as Demarcus Ware as a 3-4 LB. He'll probably be a solid player, but I don't expect him to be that great.

Neither do I, but Mel Kiper has him as his defensive rookie of the year.