QB: Kevin Kolb, Mike Vick, Mike Kafka
FB: Leonard Weaver
K: David Akers
P: Sav Rocca
LS: Jon Dorenbos
Total Offense: 26 Players
Remaining Spots: 24
The Eagles interior will be anchored by Mike Patterson and Brodrick Bunkley. The 1st round draft picks in 2005 (Patterson) and 2006 (Bunkley) are elite run stoping DT's. However, the Eagles gaps system prevent lots of sacks for the two, having to enter their gap and maintain it as well. They are also minimally used on third downs, missing out on many passing downs. That is why they are underrated and don't make pro-bowl appearances.
Behind them is very debatable and will therefore be voted upon.
Prior to training camp this year, the 2008 draft pick was written off as a bust and most thought that he wouldn't be on this team for very longer. But with the impressive camp and powerful performances during the pre-season games, it looks like Laws was a late bloomer like Justice a year ago. If he can dominate week in and week out, he is our guy.
Dixon made the squad last year as the third down pass rusher above Laws last season. In his limited 16 games, he came away with 19 total tackles and 1.0 sack(s). He play last year was decent, but has been very quite this training camp, which could be the end for Dixon.
The 7th round draft pick is a long shot to make the team. I haven't anything at all during camp as well as the games. He needs to pick it up to make it here.
Boo was a free-agent after the 2010 draft and most of us heard about him from his agent on this site. Heres his post on Boo Robinson. However I haven't seen Boo getting in the game. What's up?
Vote for one player and on the comments, state how many DT's should we keep on the roster. Otherwise I'll go with 3.
Who is apart of the 53?
Laws (39 votes)
Dixon (4 votes)
Owens (4 votes)
Robinson (3 votes)
50 total votes