who is the best pass rusher in the draft?

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    who is the best pass rusher in the draft?

    and who can make an impact right away in the NFL?
     
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    Re: who is the best pass rusher in the draft?

    Eric Norwood, OLB/DE, S. Carolina. 

     
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    I like Sapp the most but realisticly i think that if they patriots were to draft a pass rusher it would be someone in the second round let it be Hughes outta tcu or Dunlap outta florida (you know how much bb likes them gators).
     
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    Jason Pierre-Paul has the most potential by far but he is raw.  I actually think Jerry Hughes would make the most immediate impact as a pure pass rusher.  I also like Graham, Kindle, and Sapp.  There is a lot of depth in this department in the draft.
     
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    I would vote for Brandon Graham. He was a dominant player in college, and did a number on the O lineman at the senior bowl. Sapp seems a bit light to me. I could see Hughes being very successful in a 4-3, where he can just pin his ears back and get after the qb.
     
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    Here is Eric Norwood's scouting report.

     

    Read & React: Much more instinctive than most believe, though he's allowed to freelance a bit. As such, he isn't as gap-disciplined as some teams would like. Often asked to rush the passer, but keeps his head up and locates the ball quickly on screens and draws. High effort in pursuit yards downfield.

    Run defense: Lacks the bulk to stack and shed as a defensive end, but flashes an explosive pop and good lateral agility to disengage as a linebacker. Protects his knees well and flows through the trash efficiently on his way to the ballcarrier. Takes good angles to the ball in traffic, but lacks the straight-line speed to catch up in the open field.

    Pass defense: Norwood's greatest weakness. Slow, choppy backpedal. Marginal straight-line speed and change-of-direction agility to remain with tight ends and running backs in coverage. Lacks the straight-line speed and fluidity for coverage but shows good instincts and has a knack for being at the right place at the right time.

    Tackling: Good strength and lateral agility to slide off of blocks to make tackles at or behind the line of scrimmage. Breaks down well in space to make the stop against smaller, quicker athletes. Secure wrap-up tackler who shows some explosiveness as a hitter.

    Pass Rush/Blitz: Effective pass rusher either standing up or with his hand on the ground. Thick build with solid overall musculature. Good burst off the line of scrimmage at the snap. Can pressure the tackle's outside shoulder and consistently threaten the pocket off the edge. Natural leverage advantage and good strength to get under the pads of the offensive tackle for an effective bull rush. Only marginal flexibility and balance to dip under and slip around the tackle as a pass rusher. Good closing speed.

    Intangibles: High-effort defender and leader on and off the field. Voted team captain for the 2009 season. Earned his degree in criminal justice in 3 1/2 years despite not gaining admittance to South Carolina on his first three attempts. Is the first from his family to graduate. Operated in a defensive scheme tailored to fit his strengths. Allowed to do a lot of freelancing in the South Carolina scheme. Has the instincts, physicality and size for some to project him at inside linebacker. Considered leaving early for the NFL last season, but despite his gaudy statistics only received a fourth-to-seventh-round grade by the Advisory Committee.

    NFL Comparison: Tedy Bruschi, New England Patriots

     
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    mosseffect and ALL:

    New England absolutely NEEDS to target 3 utterly critical positions of need imho:  3-4 DE, OLB, and #2 WR
         That's in the order they would in, I'll say more-often-than-not- Probability be targeted in MOST drafts as of late at least. 
         RE: DE first...  Guys that have the size, and even potential skill-set (let alone, good intangibles or work-ethic/attitude) to even hopefully be 3-4 DEs, ARE very, very few and far in between, and thus within the past few drafts (and now especially with more teams transitioning to 3-4's)-Go unbelievably early, and in Rd 1.  
         Now, RE: OLB- Either collegiate DEs who will transition to OLBs, and even good OLBs that will be pro OLBs...As of the past few draft classes, THESE guys have been slipping.  Even the very best #1 OLB, or DE-OLB, usually hasn't been taken off the board until the mid-late teens of Rd 1 (lmao-Vernon Gholston beside)-Because, well-That's my point, many of these guys are bust material that cannot make the switch, OR were OLBs who could dominate in college, but don't have the all-around size and overall rounded skill-set of being a Pro OLB. 
         RE: Wr...See now, even though those OLBs have been slipping lately, They don't slip very far, and when they start to go, They FLY off the boards so quickly and often-the top tier talent guys at least...which brings me to WR.  Last year, even though we selected Brandon Tate in Rd 3, There were excellent WRs, who could have translated perfectly as more decent #2 wideouts for NE, throughout Rds 2, 3, and even Rd 4.  

    Here's the Problem though...somewhat minor as it is:  THIS 2010 Draft Class is different.  It's far, far richer and unbelievably deeper.  So, HOW will this translate to the (imo) 3 MOST critical positions?

    3-4 DE...  With Suh and McCoy (who's a 'possible' pro 3-4 DE)-BOTH gone in the Top 5 of Rd 1, We should be able to target the nations No.2/3  3-4 DE in Jared Odrick at position #22 of Rd 1, BUT it ain't close to a sure thing 1 single bit.  I personally believe someone WILL bite on him earlier (although consensus drafts are saying, NO-they're wrong...just watch).  ALSO, the next in line are guys like Alex Carrington, Tyson Alualu, Corey Wootten, Lamarr Houston, Vince Oghobaase, Mike Neal, C.J. Wilson, and maybe Mike Jones...This years class is utterly EXCEPTIONAL for guys who might translate to 3-4 DEs.  Yet don't be deceived-Imho, the ONLY guy who might have that all-around 3-4 DE game after Suh, McCoy, and Odrick, and the pure size and intangiables to match, Is Alex Carrington.  That's a guy who might be a very good and potentially "Impact" player, who just might slip to our very first pick of Rd 2 (some project Carrington as a Rds 2-3 guy, but he'll go early too-just watch again).  The rest I'm simply not ENTIRELY sold on.  Wootten-No heart. Oghobaase-Not a complete skill-set.  The rest of the guys need a couple inches lol for me to say, Yea-Maybe you have an IMAPCT starter on your hands there...  I DO believe a good handful certainly CAN be core guys, no doubt.

    OLB...  I STILL expect OLBs to start flying off the boards closely after one another (but there should be a big gap between Jason Pierre-Paul and the next guy-probably Brandon Graham, with a minor gapp after Graham).  BUT after those 2 guys, they'll fall imo like dominoes-Hughes, Sapp, Kindle, Misi, Norwood, etc, etc..   BUT at least here, I absolutely believe Graham will be gone before NE selects @ #22 of Rd 1 because of his Senior Bowl utter dominance, BUT I do NOT believe the nation's (imo) leading pass-rush specialist in Jerry Hughes WILL be there for NE to pluck @ #22 of Rd 1-More pass-rush complete repertoire than Graham imo, and far better with his hand off the ground-i.e. will translate to a much better percentage of chance to a 3-4 OLB...got an extra inch on Graham too.  AFTER Hughes, I hate 'em all...Except Koa Misi (except maybe this later rd Sharpe kid from Texas Tech).  But RE: Koa Misi, THIS guy is a very underrated prospect.  He's in NO way the pass-rush specialist that Hughes is, but imho IF Belichick's going the way of OLB versatility, He's the ONLY one who imo can be a decent future weakside OR strongside OLB...AND he CAN be had in the middle of Rd 2, and I believe (hope) he'd be around with our 2nd Rd 2 selection, but that's a gamble I'm not sure NE can take because we need an OLB.

    RE: Wide Reciever...  These are the guys who imo WILL (or, have the best chances) To be those "Elite" and impact Wide Recievers:  Dez Bryant, Golden Tate, Brandon LaFell, Arrelious Benn, and Damian Williams.  Afterwards (within solely projected Rd 2-3 WRs) maybe go with Carlton Mitchel over Demaryius Thomas (again imo).  BUT again, ya never know...but those Top 5 guys are the trully Elite Talents.  Yet, this class is unbelievable in the wideout position, with guys who CAN be decent #2 starting wideouts for your team found throughout the very end of Rd 4 and into Rd 5...but obviously that percentage of those WRs being trully excellent go-to, sure-thing Impact Starters drops considerably imo after those first 5...  And see, there's the rub, You nail down 3-4 DE and an OLB, OR an OLB and then a 3-4 DE, and you'll lose out on those 5 trully imo ELITE Starters (wrs).  They'll be gone 1/3-maybe 1/2-2/3's into Rd 2, and afterwards there IS a dropoff.  The good thing is that the 1 of those 2 guys from those elite wrs that I believe personally fit best just may drop into NE's hands (Arrelious Benn-very doubtful, and Damian Williams).  
         But again, this should be viewed in light of NE having MANY early selections in such an exceptional draft...NE should ALWAYS be so lucky, huh?

    So, THIS is what NE could do:
    A) DE Jared Odrick #22 of Rd 1/OLB Koa Misi of #44 of Rd 2/Then WR (It IS a gamble to go Odrick-WR (LaFell/Williams) then Misi...but it could be done).
    OR (and this is what I'd do IF no moves up or down are made)...
    B) OLB Jerry Hughes #22 of Rd 1/DE Alex Carrington of #44/Then WR (again, It IS a gamble, but NE just might be able to do Hughes-WR (LaFell/Williams) then Carrington...but it just might be able to be done too)...

    Thoughts ANYONE?       
     
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    mosseffect and ALL : New England absolutely NEEDS to target 3 utterly critical positions of need imho:   3-4 DE , OLB , and #2 WR .       That's in the order they would in, I'll say more-often-than-not- Probability be targeted in MOST drafts as of late at least.       RE: DE first...  Guys that have the size, and even potential skill-set (let alone, good intangibles or work-ethic/attitude) to even hopefully be 3-4 DEs, ARE very, very few and far in between, and thus within the past few drafts (and now especially with more teams transitioning to 3-4's)-Go unbelievably early, and in Rd 1.        Now, RE: OLB - Either collegiate DEs who will transition to OLBs, and even good OLBs that will be pro OLBs...As of the past few draft classes, THESE guys have been slipping.  Even the very best #1 OLB, or DE-OLB, usually hasn't been taken off the board until the mid-late teens of Rd 1 (lmao-Vernon Gholston beside)-Because, well-That's my point, many of these guys are bust material that cannot make the switch, OR were OLBs who could dominate in college, but don't have the all-around size and overall rounded skill-set of being a Pro OLB.       RE: Wr ...See now, even though those OLBs have been slipping lately, They don't slip very far, and when they start to go, They FLY off the boards so quickly and often-the top tier talent guys at least...which brings me to WR.  Last year, even though we selected Brandon Tate in Rd 3, There were excellent WRs, who could have translated perfectly as more decent #2 wideouts for NE, throughout Rds 2, 3, and even Rd 4.   Here's the Problem though...somewhat minor as it is:  THIS 2010 Draft Class is different .  It's far, far richer and unbelievably deeper.  So, HOW will this translate to the (imo) 3 MOST critical positions ? 3-4 DE ...  With Suh and McCoy (who's a 'possible' pro 3-4 DE)-BOTH gone in the Top 5 of Rd 1, We should be able to target the nations No.2/3  3-4 DE in Jared Odrick at position #22 of Rd 1, BUT it ain't close to a sure thing 1 single bit.  I personally believe someone WILL bite on him earlier (although consensus drafts are saying, NO-they're wrong...just watch).  ALSO, the next in line are guys like Alex Carrington, Tyson Alualu, Corey Wootten, Lamarr Houston, Vince Oghobaase, Mike Neal, C.J. Wilson, and maybe Mike Jones...This years class is utterly EXCEPTIONAL for guys who might translate to 3-4 DEs.  Yet don't be deceived-Imho, the ONLY guy who might have that all-around 3-4 DE game after Suh, McCoy, and Odrick, and the pure size and intangiables to match, Is Alex Carrington.  That's a guy who might be a very good and potentially "Impact" player, who just might slip to our very first pick of Rd 2 (some project Carrington as a Rds 2-3 guy, but he'll go early too-just watch again).  The rest I'm simply not ENTIRELY sold on.  Wootten-No heart. Oghobaase-Not a complete skill-set.  The rest of the guys need a couple inches lol for me to say, Yea-Maybe you have an IMAPCT starter on your hands there...  I DO believe a good handful certainly CAN be core guys, no doubt. OLB ...  I STILL expect OLBs to start flying off the boards closely after one another (but there should be a big gap between Jason Pierre-Paul and the next guy-probably Brandon Graham, with a minor gapp after Graham).  BUT after those 2 guys, they'll fall imo like dominoes-Hughes, Sapp, Kindle, Misi, Norwood, etc, etc..   BUT at least here, I absolutely believe Graham will be gone before NE selects @ #22 of Rd 1 because of his Senior Bowl utter dominance, BUT I do NOT believe the nation's (imo) leading pass-rush specialist in Jerry Hughes WILL be there for NE to pluck @ #22 of Rd 1-More pass-rush complete repertoire than Graham imo, and far better with his hand off the ground-i.e. will translate to a much better percentage of chance to a 3-4 OLB...got an extra inch on Graham too.  AFTER Hughes, I hate 'em all...Except Koa Misi (except maybe this later rd Sharpe kid from Texas Tech).  But RE: Koa Misi, THIS guy is a very underrated prospect.  He's in NO way the pass-rush specialist that Hughes is, but imho IF Belichick's going the way of OLB versatility, He's the ONLY one who imo can be a decent future weakside OR strongside OLB...AND he CAN be had in the middle of Rd 2, and I believe (hope) he'd be around with our 2nd Rd 2 selection, but that's a gamble I'm not sure NE can take because we need an OLB. RE : Wide Reciever ...  These are the guys who imo WILL (or, have the best chances) To be those "Elite" and impact Wide Recievers:  Dez Bryant, Golden Tate, Brandon LaFell, Arrelious Benn, and Damian Williams.  Afterwards (within solely projected Rd 2-3 WRs) maybe go with Carlton Mitchel over Demaryius Thomas (again imo).  BUT again, ya never know...but those Top 5 guys are the trully Elite Talents.  Yet, this class is unbelievable in the wideout position, with guys who CAN be decent #2 starting wideouts for your team found throughout the very end of Rd 4 and into Rd 5...but obviously that percentage of those WRs being trully excellent go-to, sure-thing Impact Starters drops considerably imo after those first 5...  And see, there's the rub, You nail down 3-4 DE and an OLB, OR an OLB and then a 3-4 DE, and you'll lose out on those 5 trully imo ELITE Starters (wrs).  They'll be gone 1/3-maybe 1/2-2/3's into Rd 2, and afterwards there IS a dropoff.  The good thing is that the 1 of those 2 guys from those elite wrs that I believe personally fit best just may drop into NE's hands (Arrelious Benn-very doubtful, and Damian Williams).        But again, this should be viewed in light of NE having MANY early selections in such an exceptional draft...NE should ALWAYS be so lucky, huh? So, THIS is what NE could do : A) DE Jared Odrick #22 of Rd 1/OLB Koa Misi of #44 of Rd 2/Then WR (It IS a gamble to go Odrick-WR (LaFell/Williams) then Misi...but it could be done). OR (and this is what I'd do IF no moves up or down are made)... B)  OLB Jerry Hughes #22 of Rd 1/DE Alex Carrington of #44/Then WR (again, It IS a gamble, but NE just might be able to do Hughes-WR (LaFell/Williams) then Carrington...but it just might be able to be done too)... Thoughts ANYONE ?       
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium
    Laz how about the Patriots trade their pick at #22 for (example only)the #27 pick in this years draft along with a 3rd pick from that same team? Then take that #27 pick and send it to a team trying to get back in the first round for their 2nd and 4rth round picks,would this allow the Patriots the opportunity to control the second tier of players in this extremely deep draft? I'm just saying,why not control the second wave of players rather than trying to wait out the rest of teams plans,create control and get the players who are maybe only rated 6.5's or better (8.0 is the highest draft rating given for a player) and also by doing this they would then have that third round and extra 4rth round pick that BB loves so much. We will know this afternoon or by tomorrow morning what kind of Compensatory picks will be given to the Patriots,and I'm pretty sure that they will receive 4 of those,and that they will more than likely be a 6th and 3 7ths though I personally believe they should receive a 5th rounder for Gaffney's loss.
     
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    Re: who is the best pass rusher in the draft?

    Good Question... Graham is who I would give the edge to but there are several, most who have been mentioned here.
     
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    The Pats are in a great position.  This is the deepest draft in 20 years and we have the most picks in the first 2 rds.  

    We are also in a position where 2 of our 3 biggest needs (and 4 of our 7 needs over all) at at high value/money positions.  We absolutely need a 3-4 DE, a #2 WR and a pass-rushing OLB.  Depending on how you pay/utilize the OLB it could be had on the cheap but it might not.  Our secondary needs include an MLB, a TE and yes a backup QB and as always O-line help.  

    I would imagine that BB wants to use will use the first rounder on one of the highest value positions in such a deep draft, so expect it to be either a DE, OT or WR in the first.  

    I am pulling for Odrick, but if we can move up a couple of spots w/o giving up a second rounder this year and get a guy like Morgan (being mocked to the NYG at 15) or even Dez Bryant I would be very happy.

    But there will be huge value in the second round...
     
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    There are 4 (maybe 5 but isn't al the undead davis a lock to take Campbell way to early?) very good OT's in this draft, I wouldn't put it past bb to draft one of them and solidify our line for a good long while.  This is probably only an option if we don't like any of the DE's or WR's at #22.  If bb thinks Brandon Graham is going to play DE in our 3-4 than maybe, maybe he pulls the trigger on him.  But this will not happen if Odrick/Dez B or one of the 4 OT's (Okung, Williams, Davis or Bulga) are off the board.  For me Graham is the back up option, and I am not sure we don't trade down a couple of spots if the choice is Graham or a TE...

    Don't rule out Ma Pouncy at the end of the 1st round, hugely versatile, could play every spot of the O-Line except Left Tackle...  If we trade down and are able to get him I would stand and cheer.

     
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    Hughes and Graham are undersized.  They put up great numbers in college but BB likes his DE and OLB tall, lanky, and over 260.  He's passed up players like this year after year when he's had his chance.  I seriously doubt he changes his ways

    I think he will target Odrick and complete the D-line set up for the next 5 years.  If he isn't available, he will go with Iupati who is widely considered the best OG in the draft.

    Bottom line is OLB's are just too risky at 22 because they've never played in a 3-4 and have to convert from a DE to OLB.
     
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    Hughes and Graham are undersized.  They put up great numbers in college but BB likes his DE and OLB tall, lanky, and over 260.  He's passed up players like this year after year when he's had his chance.  I seriously doubt he changes his ways I think he will target Odrick and complete the D-line set up for the next 5 years.  If he isn't available, he will go with Iupati who is widely considered the best OG in the draft. Bottom line is OLB's are just too risky at 22 because they've never played in a 3-4 and have to convert from a DE to OLB.
    Posted by PatsFanGermany

    The position is risky, but at some point you have to pull the trigger. It's an incredibly important position because pass rushers are at a premium, and it's impossible to find GREAT pass rushers unless you spend a ton of money/overpay for a guy like Peppers or draft one high. It's high risk/high reward. 

    The thing about Graham is that he almost weights 270 lbs and is stout. He isn't long, but is lanky good? How has Crable done? How does Sapp look against the run? I think as long as the person can do the job, then don't worry so much if a guy is one or two inches too short like Graham or Hughes. Pick guys who can play.

     
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    Hughes and Graham are undersized.  They put up great numbers in college but BB likes his DE and OLB tall, lanky, and over 260.  He's passed up players like this year after year when he's had his chance.  I seriously doubt he changes his ways I think he will target Odrick and complete the D-line set up for the next 5 years.  If he isn't available, he will go with Iupati who is widely considered the best OG in the draft. Bottom line is OLB's are just too risky at 22 because they've never played in a 3-4 and have to convert from a DE to OLB.
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    Agreed. BB is a stubborn guy. He's passed on several guys in the last few drafts just becasue they lacked the size he looks for in OLB and DEs.  He passed on probably a dozen guys in the past few years because they were not perfect matches to what he's looking for.

    I can't see him changing his MO at this point and goign for graham for his lack of height and length alone.
     
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    SUHHHHHH!... Suh, contrary to the belief of many will not be playing the nose in the NFL. He is huge but with his size, speed and agility is projecting out to be a DE. Suh on the end would make one think of Bruce Smith or Reggie White.
     
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    The question isnt who would be the best pass rusher for the patriots. Its who is the best in the group.

    Norwood is NOT the best pass rusher. If he was he would clearly be a first round pick. Hell go in the late second -early third. His speed is just average.

    Kindle could be the best pass rusher in the draft. Played in a tough conference. explosive off the snap.

    Hughes put up great numbers but he didnt play against tough competition.

    Graham could be the second best pass rusher. He wont be around at #22. Stock is rising way too fast.

    Sapp will be a unique situational player if played in a 3-4 defense. Hes more suited for a 4-3. too small.
     
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    It's probably going to be suh b/c the best DE's this year aren't necessarily the pass rush specialists...  Suh and McCoy will probably both turn out to be very good maybe even great DE but they are not pure rushers.  There is no Freeny in this draft.  Morgan is a very very solid DE but not a pure pass rusher.  This is a very deep draft but it's much ballyhooed depth is not in the form of pass rushers. 

    Go look up Suh's times at the combine, MUCH SLOWER THAN BRUCE OR WHITE, or for that matter, much slower than most thought they would be...
     
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    i believe the following...

    graham is the best pass rusher of the olb candidates - strongest in penetration and stopping the run

    hughes is the best fit for the olb role with ne. he is not as powerful as graham but will be fine on pass rush because he has a wide array of really good moves. he is adequate against the run, and has the balance and agility to cover. he's the only one i think who can play 3 downs.

    kindle to me as a pure pass rusher, with a lot of determination to get to the qb. i don't think though he's strong enough to power through. and he does not have the moves to hustle through. lastly, i don't remember ever seeing him cover. i don't think he can.

    sapp is too small, i believe has an injury history to be cautious about.

    jpp is too raw for bb's taste.
     
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    If your talking DE then Id go with Morgan , then Paul. OLB , I dont see that much of a difference between a Graham or Hughes. Graham was terrible when he had to play the OLB position in college. I like Hughes in the second , hes a natural OLB IMHO , I cant see him at 4-3 End. Plus dont forget about Bowman , Selvie , and Sapp , all guys who look like OLBs.
     
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    In Response to Re: who is the best pass rusher in the draft? : I think BB will put the TE position higher on the "need " chart than WR.
    Posted by One-If-By-Sea
    There are 16 quality TE's in this draft,so unless every team in the NFL all of a sudden have dying needs for TE's he will have his pick of the litter. I'd almost bet the farm he won't use the #22 pick and it would surprise me if he doesn't trade out of the first round entirely! They could use another 2nd, a third, and fourth round pick and if they got real lucky with their moves they could maybe get a 5th round pick also as they don't presently have one of those either.
     
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    very informative posts by everyone. I learned alot reading the posts. A good post with SUBSTANCE!!! Wish more were like this one!
     

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