There's a lot of talk about moving Frederick to guard and keeping Costa as the starter at center. If center was such an area of need that it warranted a first round pick, why move that pick to guard? Why can't Costa play guard?
Bryan: This is going to sound funny but it actually goes back to the days of when Hudson Houck was the line coach here and the size of the guards. There has always been a belief that the guards have to be a certain size. If you check the height of
David: I see your point, and I think Costa definitely has the flexibility to play one of the guard positions. But my argument for Costa at center is his experience at the position. Center is widely considered one of the harder spots to learn on the offensive line, along with left tackle. It might benefit Frederick to spend a year at an easier position, learn from Frederick and eventually take over. The same setup worked for
Bryan: I wrote about J.J. Wilcox on Monday for DallasCowboys.com and told you why I thought he could start because he is a talented player.
David:This might not be the most loaded safety chart in the NFL, but there’s no way a rookie safety could be a Day 1 starter in the NFL without displaying some immense skills. Will Allen’s no Pro Bowler, but he’s a 10-year veteran and has two years’ worth of starts to his name.