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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by madeupdreams, Jan 6, 2017.
"I'm tired of losing" -Ramsey
Get used to it buddy..
Yea but not every draft class is built the same. Some years there are half a dozen NFL calibre Tackles, other years not so much. Stewart also never made an All-Pro team did he...
Gotta play the field and know when guys will go or be available next time around.
I'm sure the entire NFL was unaware of these "pesky facts" when he was selected first team all-pro.
Dallas cowboys OL:
Tyron Smith - 9th overall 2011
Travis Frederick - 1st round 2013
Zack Martin - 1st round 2014
That's 60% up front drafted first round.
We can complain about Webster's dumb picks time and time again but JR is definitely 1/1 on first round picks with Conklin.
Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman were selected in the fifth round, so by your logic, no pick before that should ever be used on the secondary.
When was the last time the Titans had an All-Pro? CJ?
A total HR for JRob. This is huge, IMO.
Value of positions. Who in their right mind goes into the first round, nay, the top ten, thinking right tackle? Joke organizations. The same organizations that take guards in the top ten.
The Cowboys were the exception to the rule. They already had the QB and playmakers in place.
Facts are facts. Neither of them deserved it, IMO.
You don't need an All-Pro right tackle, especially when he's getting help the majority of the time.