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Thread: We got 6 #1/2's invested in our front 7

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    We got 6 #1/2's invested in our front 7

    DE - Cam, Tuitt

    OLB - Worilds, Jarvis

    ILB - Timmons, Shazier

    And FWIW, Nose Tackle, arguably "the most important position" in our scheme, we got an UDFA.

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    and we just let another #1 DE go because he was ineffective

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
    DE - Cam, Tuitt

    OLB - Worilds, Jarvis

    ILB - Timmons, Shazier

    And FWIW, Nose Tackle, arguably "the most important position" in our scheme, we got an UDFA.
    Nose Tackle is becoming less important because we are playing a higher percentage of our downs in sub packages with 5 or 6 DBs. That is why Tuitt is so much better a choice than Nix woudl have been

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    Nix is so overrated, and Lazy. He is the next Terrence Cody at BEST! Cam Thomas is a tested Vet, and better then Nix could ever be. So all the Nix Lovers please stop with the nonsense that we should have drafted him.

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    Nix is so overrated, and Lazy. He is the next Terrence Cody at BEST! Cam Thomas is a tested Vet, and better then Nix could ever be. So all the Nix Lovers please stop with the nonsense that we should have drafted him.
    I read at NFL.com on Nix that he only put up 23 reps at 225, which is horrible

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    Sounds like Cam won't play DE after all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    Nose Tackle is becoming less important because we are playing a higher percentage of our downs in sub packages with 5 or 6 DBs. That is why Tuitt is so much better a choice than Nix woudl have been
    OV gets it....

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    Stat I saw was that the nose tackle is on the field 35-40% of the plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER View Post
    and we just let another #1 DE go because he was ineffective
    I wasn't a Tuitt fan, but it proves Colbert's comment (about being the deepest draft in years)... Tuitt was #45, and has way more ceiling and the same floor, as pick #30 (Hood) had.

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    I'd much rather have Tuitt than Nix. Fatbody NTs in today's NFL are becoming rare.

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