Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Cajuncowboy, Apr 27, 2006.
Mine too. D'brick looks like he'll anchor the OT spot for 10-12 years.
Mario Williams is better, Ferg needs to put on some weight
Nah - I like his weight, he's packed with muscle and in good shape. But I like the lighter lineman, especially with the speedy ends/olbs these days.
I just love Ferguson's footwork. Greatness.
Ferg was getting pushed around at the Senior Bowl, but you're right, he has great footwork and his athleticsm is impeccable for the position, but he is going to need to spend a couple of years in an NFL strength and conditioning program
It would be a tough choice between Michael Huff and A.J. Hawk; I think I would go with Huff in the end. Singleton may not have won us any games but he didn't lose any for us either. Davis DID lose a couple for us and we really need that FS spot filled with a true talent.
My other considerations:
I have Haloti Ngata (sp?) down as a strong #3 guy but several paces back because we have Jason Ferguson who is ageing but still there and "Pepper" Johnson can rotate with him and be servicable
Not my #4 D'Brick Ferguson because we will be getting Flo back healthy and signed Fabini. If Flo gets it going again he could be one of the best and Fabini is servicable until Pettiti grows up into the tackle he WILL become.
Not my #5 Mario Williams because we have Canty, Spears and Ellis. Two young studs and a vet who can play eoither end...plus a couple of servicable young backups for rotation.
As for Bush; He would be great but I have always considered a top shelf RB to be a last piece of the puzzle. Once you have everything else in place then you get your stud RB. That way he is not getting the crap beat out of him and leave his best work on a losing field while you build a team around him. And I have not yet written off Julius Jones though he better do something good this year and not get hurt.
mine too and it wouldn't be close even though I really like Hawk
Give me Haloti!!!