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FRG is the most logical poster on this board. You guys just don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.
The argument that there are only a few great safeties so you shouldn't draft on high makes no logical sense.
A team is only as good as it's weakest link so the safety position is as important as any other position if you follow that logic.
The argument that there are only a few great safeties so you shouldn't draft on high makes no logical sense. The argument would actually encourage you to grab one high if you thought you had an elite talent there. Positional value as a whole is pretty much a thing of the past with only a couple of positions really remaining more "valuable" than others. If you have a safety rated at the top of your board, and expect him to be elite you grab him instead of thinking that that mediocre LT because of some predefined notion of value.
LOL! That kinda proves my point though. We should have won multiple SBs with that team and with a couple of upgrades I believe we would have.
Quote from: captainjimbo on June 01, 2012, 11:10:50 AMLOL! That kinda proves my point though. We should have won multiple SBs with that team and with a couple of upgrades I believe we would have.Of course everyone wants 22 stud players as your starters, but that just doesn't happen. So knowing you're going to have some lesser players, most teams prefer a couple great players pull extra than to have an entire roster of average players. You could upgrade bottom 5 players in Walker, Coleman, and Nece to mid level players but if you lost any top 5 players like Sapp, Brooks, Rice, Barber, or Lynch, you're not winning the Super Bowl.