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Re: Ideal DT
Wow, could you imagine somebody saying that about the Rams DT's??????
You know the more I think about this "potential" Jenkins trade the more I think about the Saint's under Hasletts regime. I remember when he had the "lunch bunch" Grady Jackson and Norman Hand. I remember those two big boys sucking lots of wind and just sucking period. I think the following year (my memory, not so good) they were gone. I'm not so sure Haslett would be very quick to sign up a tub'o'lard that eats space and just about everything around him. I think that if the price is too high the Rams will fan trading w/ Carolina and opt to draft a more athletic DT. I don't see them (Rams) sinking in a lot of time, money and draft picks into Jenkins, unless they are convinced Jenkins will be in shape for training camp.
I could be and often am wrong though.
-04-18-2007 #17z.nrd Guest
Re: Ideal DT
He coached a 4/3 in N.O. both as DC and as head coach.
And he chose smaller LBs for the Saints. Those big LBs don't fit a 4/3.
And, he drafted 5 DTs in N.O. ... the largest was 315, and their avg. weight was 310.
All indications are, Haslett prefers the mobile 4/3 type NT for a 4/3...and he has coached the 4/3 more than the 3/4.