Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by perrykemp, May 18, 2015.
You're forgetting rookies. Havenstein and Brown could both start...both are 22/23.
This is a better exercise after TC when the actual starting lineups have more or less shaken out. If Collins starts at either LG or RT that average falls. I'd assume every other team has at least that much uncertainty at this point.
How many teams with younger OL's would trade OL's with us today? I feel pretty safe in saying "every one of them". Throw in Collins and Green...
Every team in the league younger or older would trade lines with us today.
Every team in the league would trade their LT for ours and their RG for ours.
Yup, and at that age, the decline can be steep and sudden. We saw it happen in 2010.
It's still not accurate. And accuracy in a chart matters. Even if they had two 22yo and a 23yo starting (which according to their depth chart isn't the case yet) They would still have any combo of 2 26yo or 2 27yo. Let's say it's the two 26yo... that's still an average of 23.8 not 23.4 WHICH ISN'T EVEN POSSIBLE and therefore the entire chart is dumb.