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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by Danno I found it interesting that the top pass rusher in the SEC has rarely translated well into the NFL. It reads like a list of NFL busts. Originally Posted by Rugby Saint II Gregory ranked pretty ...

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Old 04-10-2015, 08:34 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Danno View Post
I found it interesting that the top pass rusher in the SEC has rarely translated well into the NFL. It reads like a list of NFL busts.
Originally Posted by Rugby Saint II View Post
Gregory ranked pretty low......I'm surprised.

This all goes hand in hand no matter the conference...sprt of

when a top player ie Gregory, is coming of a strong season the coordinators start scheming to stop them the following tear. then you have to look at the quality of OT those players face that year and keep in mind they are getting help most of the time. then defense as a whole.

That is why a player like Trey Flowers jumps out at me as a quality depth move that could push for playing time right out of camp. High-motor type with some upside to work with. solid round 3 pick if he is still on the board

Gregory is a pass rushing nightmare that still ha room to improve. doubled chipped all season long and still puts up these kind of numbers? dammmmm
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