Killer on the Road ™
- Sep 6, 2005
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Steelers, Dolphins
IIRC those guys all re-signed in the last 12 months or so as well, and before that the market setters were RTs (Johnson and Brown) though that was a bit of a coincidence than anything.Depends. The 4 highest yearly cap hits for OTs are LTs (Bakh, Tunsil, Stanley, Bolles), but after that its a mix of RTs and LTs
I know GG's half joking with this considering he typed 'left' out in all caps, but there is possibly something to it given he played LT at Oklahoma (and probably in HS too).Probably factors into it, as well as being more comfortable on the LEFT
LT is the hardest and most prestigious OLine position. Why not want to play the number 1 position IF you can?Orlando confirming that he really wants to play LT (even if his stated reason is illogical)
He played well at LT for 13 weeks already...Will be interesting to see how this plays out. No certainty being a LT makes him more valuable. I can't imagine a team signing him to elite LT money before having a look at him first.
Maybe some desperate team does tho.
His value should soley be based on how good of a RT he is tho right now, coz if it goes tits up with him as a LT that's what he will be for the remainder of his career.
1st PIT game is the one where Stanley broke his ankle - OB Jr played LT from then onOut of interest what did he grade as?
And comparing that to what he did as a RT?
Panfers would be interested in a LT I'd think assuming we draft a QB this year.
Any break downs of pass vs run?1st PIT game is the one where Stanley broke his ankle - OB Jr played LT from then on
Two of those down weeks in the second half of the year have some reasoning behind it - the NE game was played in torrential rain, while the 2nd Cleveland game he was obviously matched up against Myles Garrett for much of the game
Not from that source. I'm sure PFF has that sort of thing if you know of someone who has a paid subscriptionAny break downs of pass vs run?
Purple is the "raw score" and green the adjustment given by the guy that does the chartingOr is the green run and blue pass?
Obviously it won't be Tunsil, but you'd expect at least half that.What do we think OBJ is worth?
Ravens will want at least a first and third, which would allow a replacement and another asset to use in the third rounds.
But will the market pay that much trade currency. Certainly there is cap space for him to get a big deal.
I think it will depend on cap cost and also what other assets are involved.Wonder if the Ravens will accept a ready made RT as part of a package?
I really hope the Panthers are into him. Since Jordan Gross retired we've had makeshift players at best playing LT.