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#90 : March 02, 2014, 10:47:33 PM

Most people are realizing Barr was over hyped. I see him slipping out on the top 20.

And no. Taking a 250lbs linebacker to play DE, does not make more sense than taking an elite defensive lineman that has dominated with his hand in the dirt.

Good point! We do not run a 3-4!!!

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#91 : March 03, 2014, 07:11:55 AM

Gotta love how Jdud frames his argument now by calling Donald a "d-lineman" and not a d-tackle.

Then shaves 5 pounds off Barr to make him sound lighter and ignores the fact that Barr was more dominant statistically since he moved to defense than Donald has been - in a better conference.

Lol . 

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#92 : March 03, 2014, 07:18:51 AM

If we want a 250lbs pass rusher,  Jeremiah Attaochu in the 2nd round makes way more sense than Barr or Mack at 7.


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#93 : March 03, 2014, 07:40:31 AM

Alot of people might be butt hurt if Bucs draft AD97, I would be stoked, Most people dont realize Culpepper was a big help to Sapp and he played around 277 lbs at NT, AD97 reminds me of John Randle


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#94 : March 03, 2014, 07:48:25 AM

If you put Donald and McCoy both in the interior wont teams just run it right up the middle? I really think we need to address the OL if Robinson or Mathews slips to no.7.

We already have our 3 tech and cant see spending another early 1st round pick on another.

Too many elite offensive weapons in this draft. Ebron Evans Robinson Bortles Bridgewater. We need to score some offense in this draft.

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#95 : March 03, 2014, 07:56:59 AM

Barr was completely raw being a RB until 2 years ago,  but still extremely hard to handle for Tackles , because of his natural hip bend around that corner. Something that can't be taught , but what most elite edge rushers have.

Reminds so much of Robert Quinn :








When this kid actually learns how to play the game , he is going to be an absolute beast. At 6'5 he has plenty of room to grow and play end also.

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#96 : March 03, 2014, 08:16:37 AM

If you put Donald and McCoy both in the interior wont teams just run it right up the middle?


Why would they do that? McCoy and Donald are both excellent at shedding blocks and stopping the run.

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