I think the jury is still out on the O-line, though I like that additions (player and coaching) that we saw in the offseason.
The bigest concern IMO is the Pass Rush. Ideally, Mathis and Cole can have a good year and Maggitt can learn quickly.
Fair enough. My point really was it's much harder to win League MVP than it is SB MVP IMO. To win League MVP you have to be Great for a whole season, to win SB MVP you only have to be Great for 1 day and sometimes only Good. When Tom won SB MVP in 2001 he didn't even play Good. If I included SB MVP's, Tom would still only be up 9-8 for that 3rd criteria. I would much rather win League MVP and a SB compared to winning a SB MVP and a SB. As long as my team won the SB it wouldn't bother me at all if I didn't win SB MVP. Ben never has and nobody ever brings it up, they just talk about his 2 wins. I do think it's important to have at least 1 though just to say you won 1, hence my signature at the bottom. I noted Peyton winning 1 here.
We picked Derek Barnett at 21, although I would've switched him with Charles Harris (at the moment) as I think he's a better scheme fit. Still and all, good player at a position of need. Interesting to see how high the running backs were projected to go!
Thanks for the response. I had to log off earlier as something came up. I like Floyd a lot, just love his speed. The Draft is such a crapshoot at times it's really tough to tell who will be Great or just Good or Bad. Johnny Manziel definitely defines the word bust. I also think RG3 has been one as well but that is mainly due to injury which is unfortunate for him. Many thought he would be just as good as Andrew if not better and he's had 1 Very Good season and that was his Rookie season.