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Rousseau is the #1  4-3 DE.   I know he’s not a top-10 kid for a variety of reasons, but his physical traits alone should put him roughly 11-16, give or take.    The odds of the top pass rushing 4-3 DE lasting to pick 21 have to be incredibly remote.   Near zero. 

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2 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

Rousseau is the #1  4-3 DE.   I know he’s not a top-10 kid for a variety of reasons, but his physical traits alone should put him roughly 11-16, give or take.    The odds of the top pass rushing 4-3 DE lasting to pick 21 have to be incredibly remote.   Near zero. 

He's exactly who I want. He is going to be a stud. 

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2 minutes ago, Colts1324 said:

He's exactly who I want. He is going to be a stud. 

I’m with you.   100 percent.   I just don’t think it will happen.    Put another way, if he starts falling, and we worry he won’t get all the way to us, if we really want him, we’d have to go get him with a trade.

 

But I don’t expect that to happen. 

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We may not have a #1 if we trade for Stafford. FA marketing may be important for us to find help on Oline and EDGE. We will add depth in draft for Oline. This is a good draft for Tackles but I would think that we want to get a veteran who can step in at LT. We will need a CB, WR, TE in addition to QB, EDGE and LT. 

 

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