Projections of the list of 53 duels, Part II: The defense, specialists

Projections of the list of 53 duels, Part II: The defense, specialists

If you’re reading this preview of the 53-man duel, it probably means you’ve already read Part I, which was Tori sharing her offensive picks to make the cut and Scott arguing with her. If you haven’t read it, click here.

For Part II, Tori and Scott switch things up, with Scott making his picks for the defense and specialists and Tori giving her rebuttal.

You already know the format. So, let’s get into it.

Defensive line (5)

Defensive line (5)

Scott’s picks: Grady Jarrett, Marlon Davidson, Ta’Quon Graham, Anthony Rush, Derrick Tangelo See the article : Here are 3 free events to get Dallas Cowboys fans excited for football season.

Tori’s rebuttal: This makes sense to me, but for what it’s worth I don’t know the extent of Davidson’s injury. He has not practiced since last week and did not travel to Detroit. He had not yet practiced on Sunday, and there has been no word on his status or when he will return. Although Arthur Smith said Sunday that he doesn’t feel any of the current injuries will hinder a player in the regular season, the extent of Davidson’s injury gives me pause. Is that a big enough break for me not to put on the 53 man? Absolutely not. But if it is a wound that is more significant than we think and persists? I think Nick Thurman is a guy to keep in the back of your mind.

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Outside linebackers (5)

Scott’s picks: Lorenzo Carter, Arnold Ebiketie, DeAngelo Malone, Ade Ogundeji, Quinton Bell To see also : The Flashettes win their eighth state championship and the cheerleaders take second place in 5A Non Tumbling.

Tori’s rebuttal: Originally he didn’t bring five rushers. If it’s two weeks ago, I’ll only bring four so I can bring one more offensive lineman. But I really like that you added Bell here because I think he had a good camp. I could argue that he looked better than Malone at times, but I understand that there is no way to not include Malone in the 53 man. He is a third round pick, after all. So, I get it: bring five to reward Bell and keep Malone.

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Inside linebackers (4)

Scott’s picks: Rashaan Evans, Troy Andersen, Mykal Walker, Nick Kwiatkoski On the same subject : NFL Week 2: San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field, Sunday, September 19, 2021..

Tori’s rebuttal: Scott, I think you’re brave not to put your camp – Nathan Landman – on the 53-year-old. However, I think you’re even better off not putting Deion Jones in there. I feel like I need to know your explanation for this. Do you trade Jones? Or keep it in PUP? Anyway, I think I agree with you that these are the four you bring in week 1.

I don’t know what the future holds for Jones, but we just haven’t seen him across the field. We have seen these four and how they operate in the position, and in the defense in general. Walker calls the defense. Are you really going to push him up the depth chart at Jones’ return? I wouldn’t have. So, what does this mean for Jones? We don’t know yet.

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Cornerback (6)

Scott’s picks: Isaiah Oliver, A.J. Terrell, Casey Hayward, Darren Hall, Mike Ford, Dee Alford

Tori’s rebuttal: This is the first choice I don’t think I agree with. I know Alford had one of the best games of the preseason game, but I can’t get Cornell Armstrong out of my head. When it comes to who had the better field overall, I lean towards Armstrong. With that being said, I believe these two are fighting for that last cornerback spot. And who knows? Maybe I’ll change my mind after the New York trip, but right now I’m not ready to cross Armstrong.

Safeties (4)

Scott’s picks: Erik Harris, Dean Marlowe, Jaylinn Hawkins, Richie Grant

Tori’s disclaimer: I have absolutely no complaints about this group. To be honest, it’s the position group that I don’t think I’ve ever questioned. From the first day of camp until now, Hawkins and Grant have been your starters, and Harris and Marlowe are your reserves. Of course, Hawkins didn’t travel to Detroit, but that doesn’t change anything in my mind. This is as fair as it gets.

Specialists (3)

Scott’s picks: Younghoe Koo, Liam McCullough, Bradley Pinion

Tori’s rebuttal: What? Did you really think I would have a rebuttal to that? The joke’s on you: I don’t.

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