bada wrote:I think there is a chance and a bigger chance than most people think, that both will be there. If I had to bet on it, I would say only one, but I think people really have a problem paying that sort of guarenteed money to a defensive tackle. This plays a large part in the Rams selecting Bradford and I think you could see the Lions or someone else moving up to select an offensive tackle at #2 leaving both the DT's on the board.
Assuming the Bucs take 1, I cant see the Redskins taking one considering how much money they have in their defensive line and then neither Suh or McCoy fit the 3-4 for the Chiefs. There is a wild scenario that either Suh or McCoy could be there at #6 when the Seahawks draft.
Could be, but I really doubt it. I mean... I just can't see one of them falling to #6. Although it wouldn't shock me (just a mild surprise) if both are available for the Bucs pick.
bada wrote:So trying to get a picture of who could fall based on what the Bucs do. So your hunch is McCoy huh. Defiantely more disruptive as a pass rusher. More like a Sapp type than Suh is. Really the draft hinges on what the Lions do at #2.
Exactly. I think that's exactly what they're looking for. I'm pretty sure it's McCoy, but they just said they have decided on who they want... but given no names.
Oh, well... it's not like you can be successful being candid in the NFL.
btw, both Suh and McCoy will visit the Bucs later this month (as well as Bryant and Berry, Okung has already visited), so that preference MIGHT change if one visit goes ugly... but I don't expect anything like that.
bada wrote:Wow, Bryant at 3???? Even with his supposed attitude problems and poor 40 time?
Yeah, crazy... but take a look at our WRs: Mike Clayton, Reggie Brown, Mo Stovall and Sammie Stroughter. 'Nuff said...
I also think it's like 10 spots too high for Bryant, but I can certainly understand why they'd go for him... I'd go for Berry, tho.