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Do the Panthers still have the best Dline in the NFL?

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  • #31
    No love for the Ravens eh? I guess I stand alone in my reasoning.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by bearsfan_51
      EVERYONE PUT ON YOUR HOMER HATS!!


      I said the Bears before the season started and I still say Bears. When we have a player that isn't even active on gameday that the Bills wanted to sign as their starter, that says something. The Ravens? Why? I know you don't like the cover 2 BBD but I don't get that at all. The Ravens D-line is probably the weakest part of their defense.

      A case could be made for the Jags but they don't get much pressure from the ends, especially now that Heyward is down for the year.



      i have my homer hat
      and i will say the ravens - jags line and bears line dont have a INT

      the ravens line has like 125 return yards :D

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      • #33
        Originally posted by bigbluedefense
        No love for the Ravens eh? I guess I stand alone in my reasoning.
        You make some good points, but the Ravens dline isn't that great at rushing the passer. Suggs (and AD when he lines up there) is the only real pass rusher on that line.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by bigbluedefense
          No love for the Ravens eh? I guess I stand alone in my reasoning.
          i say ravens

          Suggs - 2 FF / 2 SACKS / 1 FR

          Gregs 1 FF / 2 FR

          Pryce - 1 Sack

          Nqata - 1 INT

          1 INT / 3 SACKS / 3 FR / 3 FF

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          • #35
            Originally posted by The Legend
            Originally posted by bigbluedefense
            No love for the Ravens eh? I guess I stand alone in my reasoning.
            i say ravens

            Suggs - 2 FF / 2 SACKS / 1 FR

            Gregs 1 FF / 2 FR

            Pryce - 1 Sack

            Nqata - 1 INT

            1 INT / 3 SACKS / 3 FR / 3 FF

            They padded those stats a bit, facing off against two of the worst O-Lines in football.

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            • #36
              No way.

              I'd take the Bears D-line in a heartbeat.
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              • #37
                To be honest, you can't include Hayward in this discussion, because this is all about right now. Rob Meier has been a very good situational DT, and is now starting at LE, which he has done before. Although he's a good player, he isn't Reggie Hayward. He's probably better against the run, but pass-rushing is most likely lesser. Not only that, he's not an every-down guy like Reggie is. On third down he's replaced by guys like Bobby McCray and Brent Hawkins. He also shares time with Marcellus Wiley. Rob Meier is also often moved inside on third-downs, replacing both Henderson and Stroud at times.

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                • #38
                  The Bears D-Line is what makes their defense. It allows their coordinator to put everyone back into coverage, while still effective at getting to the QB. Unlike other Tampa 2 teams, they have so much depth on the D-Line they don't wear down against the run either.

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                  • #39
                    No Vikings on this poll? Are you guys all high? pav wouldnt be happy.


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                    do i tell you when to flip the burger?

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                    • #40
                      The Vikings could be in the debate, if it was solely interior D-Line. They dont have the DEs these other defenses have.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Shiver
                        The Vikings could be in the debate, if it was solely interior D-Line. They dont have the DEs these other defenses have.
                        Yeah I know, I was being sarcastic . IMO, the Bears or Jags have the best when healthy. But without Hayward, ive gotta go with the Bears.


                        Originally posted by Scott Wright
                        Terrellezzzzzzzz Pryorzzzzzzzz!
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                        do i tell you when to flip the burger?

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                        • #42
                          overall I like the Bears

                          homer post script - Bills lead the AFC in sacks and Ryan Denney loves the cover 2

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by ChrisCybulski
                            No Vikings on this poll? Are you guys all high? pav wouldnt be happy.
                            draftguru152? What a loser.

                            I would go with Atlanta.

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                            • #44
                              I think the Ravens have a top one, perhaps #1 due to the versatility of it. But the think I like is that the dline is probably the weakest part of the Ravens defense.

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                              • #45
                                I'm going to say no...

                                Next year with Peppers, Jenkins and Maake having a year back/in the system and Rucker we'll be the best. This year, Jenkins and Kemoeatu aint up to scratch just yet. That said, we're probably the deepest at defensive tackle in the NFL. Kemo and Jenk could arguably start on any team (except perhaps JAX) and then we've got carstens and Lewis. Who've made their prescence felt early this year. Especially carstens who took Hutchinson to school last week on two plays.

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