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Face it, right now the Bucs, Phins, and Titans are all in the bottom third in the league.
So then where is the best place for Bennett to improve his career in hopes for that big payday?-Tampa: On the rise and could make the playoff as wildcard. But he has to split time with Bowers. -Seattle: Has risen and is going to contend for Superbowl. Due to injury and lack of depth he is starting.
FRG is the most logical poster on this board. You guys just don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.
I worry more about replacing bennett in the run game than passing game.
Quote from: BucNY on March 15, 2013, 07:39:55 AMI worry more about replacing bennett in the run game than passing game. a healthy Bowers is every bit the run defender Bennett was and more.http://www.buccaneers.com/multimedia/videos/Up--Coming-Bucs-DaQuan-Bowers/c2dd2626-1c6c-4b14-8506-90763602ddf0
I agree, NotDeadYet. Seattle has Cliff Avril, Chris Clemons (who is mending an ACL tear) and Bruce Irvin. Bennett may or may not start in Seattle, but I know that Seattle's pass rush will be better than Tampa Bay's next year.
First off, I think the OP makes total sense. Its spot on.Second, I dont think you guys give bowers enough credit. He is WORLDS better than bennet and will continue to improve. Dude just needs to stay healthy. I consider him to be in the same category that McCoy was going into last year. Loads of talent. Still improving. Just needs to stay on the field. It worked well for McCoy (probowl) and I expect the same from Bowers this year.