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Pat yasinkas analysis of the NFC south draft


Not a fan of KV selection and labels it a risky move which I agree with. . He said we should have selected Jarvis

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The Saints are hoping that safety Kenny Vaccaro can help improve the NFL's worst defense last season. I’m not knocking the Saints’ selection of Vaccaro. He has a great skill set, and he’s going to make a secondary that needed help much better. But I do have to question the wisdom of taking a safety with their first pick.


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Sophandros
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re: Pat yasinkas analysis of the NFC south draft


Meh. He had to say one thing about each team in a predetermined format.

Fact is, safety is less risky than olb.






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coldhotwings
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Other that playing on a soft defense, I don't think Vaccaro is a bad player. The reasoning for so many of us to not like this pick is pretty well said by Yasinkas:

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New Orleans is in the process of switching from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 scheme. That means you have to have the right personnel for the 3-4, and I’m not sure the Saints have that. The key to a 3-4 scheme is having an edge pass-rusher. The Saints could have had outside linebacker Jarvis Jones, who was a productive rusher in college, at No. 15, but they passed on him and took Vaccaro. That was New Orleans’ one big chance to get a pass-rusher because the Saints have been limited as to what they were able to do in free agency by the salary cap


If we weren't transitioning to a 3-4, I'd like this pick a lot more.







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SaintLSUnAtl
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While he may be right Pat has had an agend with the Saints for a couple years now. He's in love with Atlanta and hasn't had much positive to say about te Saints since the Super Bowl





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lsutigers1992
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Ya sinks says the Saints were guilty in bountygate. frick him.





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coldhotwings
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I thought that was Prisco.





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rantfan
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I cant stand Pat yansisuckass!

Most biased reporter on espn



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I haven't listened to much Pat has had to say in a while, and I'm not going to start now. I haven't seen many other people have this opinion, other than some scattered tards in this board.





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The Saints need help in the secondary as much as they need a good pass rusher, so for me it's a toss up.





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I've completely given up on this FO being able to draft starters in the first round. They consistently go against the stream and get their asses burned every time.

Defensive players with the first pick in 7 straight drafts and not a star in the bunch (jury is out on KV as he hasn't played a single down).

They need to change how they're doing business...what they're doing isn't working.






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Wow writing cam Jordan off a bit quick aren't you.

The preconceived idea that we were a shoe in to take Jones is hilarious.






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Meh, had we taken Jones his article would have sounded something like this..

"Saints take a pass rushing linebacker who has question marks while they still neglect to address the safety position".







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lighter345
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Haha Pat says plenty of nice things about us. Sometimes we need to not look for the hate in everything.





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LooseCannon22282
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The preconceived idea that we were a shoe in to take Jones is hilarious.


that was the reason I thought we'd end up not getting him

I mean I wanted us to get him but over the years, the Saints rarely get the guy we all had in mind.

I guess maybe we would have gotten Star if the Panthers had passed on him.



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kclsufan
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New Orleans is in the process of switching from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 scheme. That means you have to have the right personnel for the 3-4, and I’m not sure the Saints have that.

Yeah well neither am I since I haven't seen these Saints actually play in a 34. I'm sure the first thing Ryan was told to do when he got to NO was to evaluate the current roster and see who fit in a 34 scheme, which I'm sure included our LB's. Plus we acquired Butler from the cowgirls.






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Yeah well neither am I since I haven't seen these Saints actually play in a 34.


I don't care for Pat Y much either but he is right on this.

I would not even try to project the starting line up on the def. side of the ball before a few weeks of camp.






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bonethug0108
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And we have pass rushers. It's not like we were devoid of them and are now screwed. We have players that fit the scheme already.

Much like some posters here, Yas just doesn't get it.






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bonethug0108
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Meh, had we taken Jones his article would have sounded something like this..

"Saints take a pass rushing linebacker who has question marks while they still neglect to address the safety position".
Yup. He routinely finds was to negatively criticize most of the moves we make.

Risky? It would have been far more risky to take a guy with medical issues and a poor work ethic. Vaccaro was the safe pick. The risk about not having guys for the scheme is false. Sure you can always use more pass rushers, but the cupboard is far from bare.



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And we have pass rushers. It's not like we were devoid of them and are now screwed. We have players that fit the scheme already.


We have a guy who has never played LB a guy who has switched positions twice in two years and a guy that was the third option on the cowboys. None f those guys are s sure thing and each could end up being middle of the road. Of course jones could too but Luke you feel better taking flu chances at a star pass rusher than 3? And wouldn't you feel better with to if th having 3-4 experience instead of 1? Wouldn't you feel better investing more into a much higher impact position?






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goatmilker
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Risky? It would have been far more risky to take a guy with medical issues and a poor work ethic.


Was just gonna post this
How the hell does he claim Vacarro to be moreof a risk than JJ?
Dude writes out his arse sometimes. Our pic at 15 is the very essence of a "safe pic".






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