Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by garyv, Apr 12, 2012.
Cox, Barron and DeCastro are all there @ #14 Whewwwwwwwww what a mind blowing event......
I can make an argument for all 3. I try like hell to trade down 1-3 spots.
If all else fails and I have to hand in the card..............Cox.
Cox, Decastro, Gilmore trade down. for me
No sense asking easy questions, is there? So, IF these are the 3 available at #14, and the Cowboys stick and pick, for me it's:
Cox, but only out of necessity. The Cowboys need some talented youth on the d-line; Spears, Hatcher and Coleman need to fight it out for scraps.
I think, however, DeCastro is going to be a stud.
BPA, BPA, BPA. Whoever they have highest on their board. I'd probably be hoping for DeCastro.
Take the one that is top of the boards. I doubt you can trade back two spots and take one of the three, that would be ideal but unlikely to happen.
Take Cox, he is the highest on my board of the three.
Cox or Barron.. I change my mind on these two everyday.. I'll never settle on one..hopefully we pick the right one
cowboys will take Barron and look for DE in Rd 2
I'll go with Decastro 3rd since he plays guard and I feel like the drop off from Decastro isn't nearly as much as Cox and Barron.
I think we need to get better at disrupting the QB so i'll go Fletcher Cox.
As a fan i'd like to get Barron because it's the cooler pick but he is pretty much does the same thing as Sensabaugh but he just has potential to be better at it.
We don't have a DE like Cox.
Decastro. I don't see the other two as significant immediate upgrades.
I disagree, I think that's why all 3 are being considered.
Cox is a day one starter at LDE over Coleman
Barron day one starter over Pool
I've wrestled with this and was a HUGE DeCastro fan but here's my Ranking:
1) Fletcher Cox
2) Mark Barron
3) David Decastro
I feel very strongly one of these 3 will be there and most likely Barron
1) Barron 1A) Cox
Barron seems like the perfect selection for us this year. if we pass up on him, i can see us 2 years from now complaining that Philly has a Pro Bowl Safety that we passed on.
We never get a crack at the best safety in the draft, and if anyone should know the value of a quality safety in the secondary, it should be us after losing Woodson.
Who else is available at our pick? Is it someone that Cincinnati would want? If so, possibly trade down, and take whoever is left.
Perhaps I am overreacting to recent years of no inside run game and going with what I feel is the safest pick long term. I like both Cox and Barron, Cox more so but I don't know if you will see it year one, especially if you are looking for pass rush. I wish he was a little more explosive and rooted better against double teams, although I would probably say that about his peers as well. Barron seems to have decent range, but his man coverage and attack don't wow me the way I would want a first rounder to. Perhaps I'm just more comfortable with some combination of Lissemore/Coleman and Hatcher than I am with Nate Livings and David Arkin. I actually think Nagy might be ok, but could slide to center.