A sack is a sack?
By that definition, if you have a James Harrison on your team who gets double and triple teamed, chances are he will be neutralized. DC gameplans for Harrison, at the expense of everyone else. Some guy benefits by slipping in untouched for a couple of sacks, and he is the better player than Harrison...by that definition.
I would rather have the player who gets gameplanned around, who gets extra attention, who is constantly being chipped by RBs who can't then go out into a pattern. The beneficiary who gets to clean up the trash afterwards can be found anywhere.
In a perfect world, you'd have 11 players on your D who are just better than their opponents, but we all know that can't happen.
Crush your enemies, see them driven before you, hear the lamentations of their women.
The "easy sacks" discussion is hilarious.
Kind of like how Larry Foote would rack up all those tackles after the RB steam rolled him for 5 yards.
I'd go with the second option just to insure I get what I want rather than hope I get what I want.
1.22) Dante Fowler, OLB, UF
2.56) PJ Williams, CB, FSU
3.87) Ben Koyack, TE, ND
4.120) Kurtis Drummond, FS, MSU
5.152) David Johnson, RB, North Iowa
6.183) Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon St.
7.214) Lynden Trail, OLB, Norfolk St.
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