Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Best DT in NFL?

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #76
    Originally posted by etk View Post
    Derek Hardman, our UDFA backup RG who was forced into action because of injuries, handled him 1on1.

    I think Suh will be #1 or #2 (along with McCoy) in 3-4 years but he's a bit overrated right now. His production is great but his overall impact doesn't match it.
    What are you talking about?

    Comment


    • #77
      Originally posted by etk View Post
      Derek Hardman, our UDFA backup RG who was forced into action because of injuries, handled him 1on1.
      I don't know why you keep posting this. It was quite the opposite actually. Suh repeatedly abused Hardman and had one of his better games of the season against Tampa. The only positive thing Hardman did all game against Suh was keep him from recording a sack.

      Comment


      • #78
        Originally posted by Unbiased View Post
        There's no solid argument against Kyle Williams.

        People here don't like to watch these players and study them. They like to wait for a DT to catch there eye and then throw out a nonspecific word to describe the player, such as "beast."
        This is the truth.

        Anyway, I'm going to take this space to say yet again that the stat sheet for D-linemen needs to be changed. It should read like this:

        Number of snaps played
        Quarterback Disruptions
        Run Tackles
        Pass Tackles
        Interceptions
        Deflections
        Forced Fumbles
        Fumble Recoveries
        Safeties

        Then people would stop saying stupid things and using sack numbers to back them up.

        Comment


        • #79
          Fred Robbins is up there.
          "I'm Ko Simpson!"

          - Ko Simpson

          Comment


          • #80
            Originally posted by etk View Post
            I think Suh will be #1 or #2 (along with McCoy) in 3-4 years but he's a bit overrated right now. His production is great but his overall impact doesn't match it.
            Hmm? I think the biggest change between last year's open gate defense to this year's average/mediocre defense has been the dominance of Suh. He's singlehandedly shut down several drives, and because he's always double/triple teamed the rest of our DL has played better too. Interior pass rush is the biggest disruptive force to an offense.
            I'm a state.

            Comment


            • #81
              Originally posted by Monomach View Post
              This is the truth.

              Anyway, I'm going to take this space to say yet again that the stat sheet for D-linemen needs to be changed. It should read like this:

              Number of snaps played
              Quarterback Disruptions
              Run Tackles
              Pass Tackles
              Interceptions
              Deflections
              Forced Fumbles
              Fumble Recoveries
              Safeties

              Then people would stop saying stupid things and using sack numbers to back them up.
              # of blockers per play would mean a lot too.
              I'm a state.

              Comment


              • #82
                Originally posted by etk View Post
                Derek Hardman, our UDFA backup RG who was forced into action because of injuries, handled him 1on1.

                I think Suh will be #1 or #2 (along with McCoy) in 3-4 years but he's a bit overrated right now. His production is great but his overall impact doesn't match it.
                Why don't you just go ahead and throw Price in there at #3 while you're at it. Child please.
                [

                Crazyass sig by BoneKrusher

                Comment

                Working...
                X

                Debug Information