Originally Posted by skyhawk
When we had a great D, Keisel was the third best player on the line. Hampton could occupy two blockers, Smitty could as well, and collapse his side, and Keisel was a very nice piece. Today, at the age of 58 or so, Keisel is the best player on the line, yet he should not be as good as he once was. That right there should tell you a whole lot about what this D can or can't do.
Originally Posted by NorthCoast
Is McLendons ability to move a detriment to the run D? Seems like it leaves an offensive player free to take out another defender. Im almost thinking Fangupo is a better option and rotate McLendon in anywhere along the line. Is Fangupo large enough to consume two guys?