Sunday, March 02, 2008

SI seems to like one and questions the other.

Don Banks of SI.com loves the Browns' acquisition of Corey Williams. Here's what he said:

" One deal that seems like a grand slam to me at first glance is the Browns acquiring Packers defensive tackle Corey Williams for a '08 second-round pick. Williams is an underrated young player who has posted seven sacks in each of the past two seasons. With the free-agent defensive tackle market rather slim, and the draft not having much depth at the position, landing Williams is a good move by Cleveland."



He's not so excited about Shaun Rogers because of Rogers' propensity for coasting on plays:

"When he wants to, Detroit defensive tackle Shaun Rogers can be a truly dominant player. But his inconsistency would scare me if I were the Bengals, who on Friday traded third and fifth-round picks for him. Getting Rogers on his good days at that price is a bargain, but why do we only see him show up in some games? "






2 comments:

Joey Peeps said...

Vinny: Whither the Rhino? Haven't heard from him in ages, and there's been a lot of stuff going on with the Browns. Did he pass after too much artery-clogging cheese dip at a neighbor's Super Bowl party?

Vinny said...

Joey,

I can assure you that the Rhino is well. Although, did you notice that you never see the Rhino and Clark Kent in the same place at the same time?

It makes you wonder....