What happens when we take Ansah @ 10?

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  1. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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    One could argue that Ansah has less wear and tear on his body playing fewer games in college which could lead to a longer NFL career.
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  2. JCBRAVE

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    Less wear and tear? He's from Africa!

    Life aint easy out there

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  3. THE_TITAN

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    I agree, but the guy has WAY better tape than Ansah.
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  4. JCBRAVE

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    Which is why I said the following yesterday

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  5. THE_TITAN

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    I think if everything checks out medically then he will go late 1st. But if he is there in the 2nd round we should take him (providing we haven't selected a DE in the 1st round).
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  6. xhrr

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    ACL's scare me which is why Carradine scares me.
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  7. JCBRAVE

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    Yea we need a 3rd DE to rotate in, Carradine could be that, and we might have a scary front-7
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  8. Ensconatus

    Ensconatus Losing faith...

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    This dude might still make it in round one if this weak draft. Don't doubt tape.
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  9. Alzarius

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    Id be pissed

    SO funny because a lot of the same people here are also in other threads talking about how stupidly we draft and how we pick up "athletes" and "people who do well at the combine and we reach".... and are now here saying they want a guy who has played one year and had 4.5 sacks. (think zack brown, think taylor thompson,

    I dont care if he benches 55 times and runs the 4.1. I want someone who has proven year in and year out they can be successful on a college level. I do not want a "risk with a lot of upside" in the first round.
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  10. xhrr

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    Its not his tape I doubt. Its his short term and long term durability.
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