Those Wanting a DT: 20 Years of #14 NFL Draft Picks

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  1. Bearsinhouston

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    Maybe if he's a good coach, he can turn his players into a bunch of animals and turn his fortune around....
     
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    Maybe two. Some have Evans going to the Giants. Big boy. Aircraft Carrier size 6'5 225lbs.
     
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    Earl Thomas? Tommy Harris? Both very solid players at that pick as well. Chris Williams, not so much....
     
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    I wouldn't be too worried about Donald. There are a couple of WRs, OL, LBs, and a TE that will pick up the slack if the QBs drop.
     
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    both solid, but nothing like the ones I highlighted, both Revis and Shockey had far better careers respectivly then Harris or Thomas did; hell Revis is still going.
     
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    Earl Thomas is a stud bro. John Tait was a key player for us...he played one hell of a left tackle for us. Ruben Brown had a long career and was one of the best guards in the game(also played a key role for us), and Eddie George was great...until he got jacked up in the hole by Ray Lewis.
     
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    Still not in the same atmosphere as Revis and Shockey. George is the 3rd on that list.

    I'm not saying the rest sucked, not at all, but those three are really the only true stand outs.

    Guarantee you that no one outside of chicago thinks highly of Brown Tait or Harris, but a ton of people all over the country think highly of Revis Shockey and George.
     
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    Eh...I'd argue about Shockey. Living in Jersey I saw all his games...I think he could have been better than he was. Not saying he wasn't very good...but I wouldn't put him anywhere near Revis. As for the lineman...not many people know lineman. How many people know how good Willie Roaf was? How many even know who he is?
     
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    If a team is serious about having a solid defense, then they'd better get serious regarding their safeties. The game has changed. Just as Sean Payton said in that article, it's not a luxury anymore. Good offenses will pick a team apart that has a weak link at safety. We saw that last year.
     
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