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QuikSand 01-15-2008 05:03 PM

One-and-done defensive standouts
 
Okay, fess up -- how many of us worked poor Zack Swift into the ground as our MLB?

QuikSand 01-15-2008 05:04 PM

1,246 tackles here, with basically one season missed due to injury.

Ben E Lou 01-15-2008 05:27 PM

Swift was my starter, but he didn't have gaudy numbers, mainly due to Brandon Beyer having a great career at OLB, and Sammie Carr holdin' it down at DT. Beyer had six season of 60+ tackles--very solid for OLB, and Carr had as many as 80 in a year at DT.

QuikSand 01-15-2008 05:29 PM

Well, my team was generally rotten, and the defense was worse than that... so Swift was pretty much the one-eyed-man in my land of the blind. Helps explain the big numbers.

Abe Sargent 01-15-2008 07:32 PM

CB Robbie Ramon got like 5000 picks for me as a CB.

Abe Sargent 01-15-2008 07:33 PM

57 to be exact

Tasan 01-15-2008 08:01 PM

I didn't have Swift, but I had a SS Lee Kinney (he was a FS originally) who had over 1000 tackles on my pitiful defense. My star standout was DE Brody (originally a DT). He finished with almost 80 sacks for me, and was a fa pickup. I love finding those pure pass rushing DTs and moving them to DE. They usually even gain a little ability in those skills when moved to DE.

Daimyo 01-15-2008 09:12 PM

Zach Swift and Lincoln Murray had 933 and 895 tackles respectively for me.

Swift was a bit of an afterthought for me... I think I grabbed him with my last draft pick, 7.27, but he had a nice steady career never having less than 70 tackles in any season and topping out at 105 with no awards. He is still active (30/30) at the end of the dynasty. Murray was picked at 3.14 and had a similar career winning 1st team OLB in 2017.

DEs Vince Schmidgall (2.28) and Allen Whalen (2.18) made provided a solid pass rush with 105 sacks (5.9 PR%) and 91 sacks (5.8 PR%). DT Marcus Danek (1.16) anchored the front seven finished 3rd in tackles and sacks with 562 tackles and 79 sacks (4.8 PR%) and winning back to back 1st team DT honors in 2017 and 2018... he's still very good too -- 56/56.

FS Trevor Gomez (URFA) was probably my best DB finishing with 52 ints (2nd in league history) and an 83.2 PD%. LCB Bo Granados (1.17) was a huge bust despite having nice ratings most of his career... 9 ints and a 79.5 PD%. RCB Roderick Barker (3.29) ended up being much better with 27 ints and a 80.8 PD%.

Ben E Lou 01-16-2008 03:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daimyo (Post 1636976)
DEs Vince Schmidgall (2.28) and Allen Whalen (2.18) made provided a solid pass rush with 105 sacks (5.9 PR%) and 91 sacks (5.8 PR%).

I got Schmidgall at 2(22), and had no other solid pass rusher. He ended up with 94 sacks and 168 hurries, good for a 7.6 PRPtc.

QuikSand 01-26-2008 03:08 PM

Another after-draft guy worth mentioning -- after frittering his talents away at SLB for a couple of seasons, I moved LB Emmitt O'Neal to play the 3-4 blitzbacker and he became an al-pro for us. I still don't really know much about how well the 3-4 defense works overall, but I'm guessing that O'Neal as an undrafted rookie who can land 10+ sacks and a PR% over 8 makes up for the difficulty of landing bona fide pass rushers without using a ton of top tier draft capital there.


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