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I know a few of you have said that a pass rusher is worthy of our #1 this year. A force opposite of Graham and with Cox continuing his progress and the secondary is automatically improved.
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Graham has been able to generate pressure consistently in every season he has been on the field for the Eagles, regardless of which side of the line he has played or in what defensive scheme or position. As a pass-rusher, there are few players more guaranteed to apply heat on the opposing quarterbacks, the only question remaining is whether he will ever develop the finishing aspect of his pass rush to finally become that double-digit sack artist everybody looks for.

Graham is one of the league’s most consistently productive edge rushers, well deserving of his place on the PFF All-Pro team this year and at number nine in the Top 101, and he still has a very clear aspect of his game he can work on to get even better. That should concern anybody tasked with blocking him in 2017 and beyond.
Linc ...

Add in two capable CBs and this defense can win games for the team.
HobbEs
Um, yeah...that was supposed to be Vinny Curry. At least he's getting paid like it.
D Rock
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Um, yeah...that was supposed to be Vinny Curry. At least he's getting paid like it.

Fletcher too.

He under-performed his contract by a large margin. After week 3, he was pretty much silent, and on the road . . . he was "just a guy."

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