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The Patriots Picked the Right Defensive End in 2003

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    2003 NFL Draft
    Defensive Ends taken after Ty Warren.....

    #14 Overall - Michael Haynes (Not in the NFL right now)

    #15 Overall - Jerome McDougle (Not lived up to expectations. Injured all of 2007)

    #18 Overall - Calvin Pace (Did not play well his first 4 seasons. Actually had a good season in 2007 playing @ OLB.

    #32 Overall - Tyler Brayton (Really hasn't done nothing for the Raiders.)

    Warren without doubt has been the best player out of all of them.

    EDIT: I noticed Osi Umenyiora was a second round pick in that draft...intresting
     
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    Warren has also outperformed Jonathan Sullivan, Dewayne Robertson, and Jimmy Kennedy who were picked ahead of him. Warren was the second best d-linemen in that draft after Kevin Williams. One of the best examples of the Patriots great drafting in the Belichick era.
     
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    McDougle was shot (seriously), so I think he gets an incomplete grade.

    But otherwise, your point is very well made.
     
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    Yeah but Ty Warren doesn't like to poop on women (somewhat NSFW).
     
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    only guy that can compete on these lists is Osi and Kevin Williams. Williams is a 4-3 DT ..like Warren would've been and Osi is a 4-3 DE..fast but small
     
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    The comparison is more to tackles. But yes -- Warren was a great pick no matter how you slice it.
     
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    Like Merriweather, Watson and a few others Ty Warren was beat up around here that 1st year ... he proved them all wrong.
     
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    Johnathan Sullivan was so bad that the Saints traded him for Bethel Johnson:rofl:
     
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    and the saints traded their 2 #1's that year to move up to draft Jonathan Sullivan

    :eek:
     
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