By John Turney
Also, we listed base positions. We are fully aware that players move around, perhaps now more than ever. Starting corners play slot in sub defenses, Five-techs can and do play three-tech in nickel, outside linebackers can be a "Mike" in nickel, some safeties are more "box" safeties and others more middle of the field-types, some do both, and so on. Hey, it's just an All-Pro team and we take those things into account as much as possible.
Lots of off-the-ball 'backers were considered and we will keep a close eye on them to see if they surpass those we have now. They are Elandon Roberts, Mia, Roquan Smith, Chi, Devin White, ILB, Myles Jack, Jax, and Miami's Kyle Van Noy.
Leonard Williams, NYG, Emmanuel Ogbah, Mia, Chris Jones, KC, all solid interior rushers plus shade tackles Malcolm Brown, NO, and Danny Shelton, Det, caught our eye. The Broncos safety Justin Simmons got off to a slow start but is coming around.
Aaron Rodgers was our third QB and Tom Brady is fourth. It's early on linemen but we picked who looks good so far. We will see if any of these newbies can keep it up and supplant the usual suspect All-Pros.
What have you guys seen from Nate Davis on the Titans. You have him ahead of Martin and Nelson.ReplyDelete
sustains his blocks, keeps his man away from ball. Will see if he keeps it up... at end of year, may be the usual suspects. Almost went with Hopkins at center for Bengals...one of few centers who can pull . . . will see what shakes outDelete
How have Lavonte David and Devin White been doing? Seems like they are always around the ball when I watch them.ReplyDelete
Like them both, White still stuggles in coverage. Always like David, but like new names, too. Wil lsee who is ahead at years endDelete
Too bad the Titans lost to the Bengals.ReplyDelete
With four comebacks in the Titans first five victories, QB Tannehill was up there as well ...