Preseason All NFC Eastern Conference Teams: Defensive Edition
At this point in the offseason, the NFL roster has been set, at least in terms of expecting players to have any reasonable impact. So let’s take a look at NFC East and determine who has the best players in each position.
this is Offensive version From Monday, just in case you missed it. Here, we will discuss the defensive side.
Edge punch: Chase youth, football team, Montez Sweat, football team
Unless we count Leonard Williams, no NFC East edge rusher will have double-digit sacks in 2020. Young people have 7.5 sacks, four of which have forced fluff, and sweat have 9 sacks, of which two have forced fluff. In a department where there is no super-efficient winger, please provide me with the physical and athletic advantages of the already good young players in “Young and Sweat”.
Internal defense line: Fletcher Cox, Eagles, Leonard Williams
As mentioned above, we may be able to put Williams into the stormtrooper, but he still falls here. In the 2020 contract season, he has 11.5 sacks, so this is a good time for him to explode. Football fans may think that Jonathan Allen’s omission is a kind of snub. Obviously he is a very good player, but he does not have the splash style of Williams or Cox. Allen’s career turnovers were zero. I had to check two different websites to verify that this is correct. Currently, he is a second-tier player.
Linebacker: Blake Martinez, giant, Micah Parsons, cowboy
Martinez felt like a high salary in the free agency market a year ago, but he proved wrong in 2020, picking up 151 tackles (which is not normal for him), and being good at screen The performance is better than in previous seasons.
As for Parson’s selection, I know some people will have problems with rookies, but, I mean, what do you hope other NFC East defenders have this season?
Cornerback: James Bradberry, Giants, Kendall Fuller, football team, Darius Slay, Eagles
Like Martinez above, Bradbury was a good free agent signed with the Giants last year and won his first professional bowl title.
Fuller is a solid and productive veterinarian. He has four INTs and 11 PBUs in 2020.
Sly performed well in several games (against Davante Adams and DK Metcalf).
Safety: Jabrill Peppers, Giants, Kamren Curl of the football team
After Landon Collins (Landon Collins) fell due to an injury to Achilles (Achilles) last season, Curl became a starter as a rookie in the seventh round, and it was an upgrade. He is one of the steals in the 2020 draft, collecting 88 tackles, 3 INTs (including a pick), 4 PBUs, 2 sacks and 5 QB hits. This offseason, some depth maps do not even have Curl as a starter, because Collins will be back and is expected to take over his old starting job again. In my opinion, Curl is better, and there is no need to waste game time, because fewer players can get a $84 million contract. Ron Rivera and MagaJack Del Rio have to find a way to keep Kuhl on a regular basis.
Otherwise, I guess the pepper is okay. If you haven’t noticed, security is a weak position in NFC East.
Eastern All-NFC Second Team
Edge punch: Brandon Graham, Eagles, DeMarcus Lawrence, Cowboys
Internal defense line: Jonathan Allen, football team, Da’Ron Payne, football team
Linebacker: Jaylon Smith, Cowboys, Jamin Davis, Football Team
Horn Back: William Jackson III, football team, Trevon Diggs, cowboy, Adoree Jackson, giant
Safety: Anthony Harris, Eagles, Donovan Wilson, Cowboys
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