02-04-2013, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Beerfish
And teams look at it that way until they review their AFc or NFC champ game and see that they lost by a few points and their best Cb could not stop the other teams receivers. Revis does not totally enter into the 'CB is not a priority position' thought because he's far better than the average Cb and better than any one else in the league.
The limiting factor will not be the value placed on CB, it will be on how much money he wants in the end.
Also for a position that is not relevant as other positions here are the draft stats the last 5 years.
2012 - 3 1st rounders, 6,10,17
2011 - 3 1st rounders, 5,19,27
2010 - 5 1st rounders, 7,20,27,29,32
2009 - 2 1st rounders, 14,15
2008 - 5 1st rounders, 11,16,20,25,27
18 first rounders in the last 5 years on CB's
QB - 15
RB - 15
WR - 15
How many of those 18 1st rounders take up more than 15% of their teams salary cap?
That's the difference.