its not that misi doesnt collect a ton of sacks, it's just that he seems to just be a body out there. rarely did I ever see him even get penetration let alone a sack. I just never see him contribute much. I like keuchly a lot better than misi... to each his own.
The non-offseason hurt alot of players on this team. Misi I believe is one of them. Misi is decent in coverage, been a disappointment rushing the passer and setting the edge. I think he needs some inspiration and maybe the new DC brings that out.
The guy who came over from NO was good I thought. good depth in the middle if Misi inside is truth.
FA: Eugene Monroe, Zach Strief, Brent Grimes, Nolan Carroll, Chris Clemmons
1. Zach Martin OG/OT
2. Tre Mason RB
3. Cauron Reid DT
4. Brandon Linder OG/OT
5. Crockett Gilmore TE
Trade down if possible and still get your guy
Ireland every year has filled weakest spot on depth chart with 1st round pick, with the intention for him to start right away. Whatever we do in FA will determine IMO who we draft. Im 90% he will go offense. IMO we are looking at Reilly Reiff/DeCastro. Not saying my choice, but 1 of them 2, if not both will be available at #8 and would start immediately.
I would go DeCastro. Incognito is a far better RG than LG. Carey was a very good RT who was worse at RG. We would instantly improve the line and potentially have the best left side in football. Long -DeCastro-Pouncey-Incognito-Carey sounds superb.
LeGarrette Blount RB
John Kuhn FB
Anthony Collins OT
Jon Asamoah OG
1 - Aaron Donald DT
2 - Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE
3 - Jarvis Landry WR
4 - Cyril Richardson OG
5 - Aaron Murray QB
6 - Ross Cockrell CB
7 - Marion Grice RB
When Death Smiles Upon You the Infantryman smiles back
WVdolphan "Ireland gets it.
And those who also get it, know that Ireland gets it. Those who are clueless are still concerned about cornfed and the running game"
WVDOLPHAN "The last thing this team should be worried about is the OC(offensive corn). When you add it all up, its really a pretty solid OC"
Good point normaniii, he does fill in the greatest need, and smartly so. The last couple of years we had glaring needs.
This year is a toss up. If he can roll the dice and come up a winner with RGIII (which is perceived as a big need), I think he will make a splash. If he is out maneuvered, or the cost is ridiculous, he will likely stick to the greatest other need script. Like finfan pointed out, the final destination of Flynn and Manning will determine the course.
I think Flynn's decision will come first, and then Manning. The discussions are probably intense right now. Everyone is trying to gauge what the others are trying to do. Who will sign first? We should know pretty soon.