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#21 Posted on 26.12.04 2127.18 Reposted on: 26.12.11 2128.24
Originally posted by JustinShapiroI thought Law and McGinest both made it with Seymour? I guess not.
Technically, yes.. but he wasn't named until I want to say the week before the Super Bowl. So when I was writing that, I could only think of Law and Seymour, initially, because of how pissed off I was the day the selections were announced :).
Who from the last two years are the most glaring omissions, do you think? Harrison and Dillon we mentioned, and Brady last year, natch. I have seen Teddy Bruschi mentioned, but that one seems understandable since MLB is tough with The Great Ray Lewis being guaranteed a spot no matter what he does. Vrabel for last year, or did he not start until somebody got hurt?
Last year, I thought Woody should've made it, he probably would've had he stuck at C, but I think he was more deserving than Reuben Brown at guard. Brady you could've made a strong case for, and Bruschi. Harrison had just as good of a season last season, but they only picked one SS last year, and it was strong safety in name only Ed Reed(being a ballhawk doesn't a SS make, but I digress), Eugene Wilson at FS either year.... Vrabel did play very well last year, good overall numbers(9.5 sacks, 2 INTs), but I can't complain about OLB, since that's what McGinest made it as. Ty Warren is someone that you'll hear about probably as soon as next year, as he had a damn good season, but even the homer-ism in me knows it's because he was the least watched of that line... but players typically step up big in their third season, and I think he'll show you can't ignore either of the NE Ends.
EDIT: Also, Tyrone Poole was raped last year in the picking.. I know they don't like to pick 2 CBs from the same team, but I thought he deserved in over Law.
(edited by kazhayashi81 on 27.12.04 0157)
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