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    Top 5: Defensive tackles

    Rod Woodson shares his list of the best defensive tackles playing in the NFL today.
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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    I was wondering when the hell he was gonna get to K Dub!

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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    Good list, Rod.

    Nice to see he included someone like Dockett who often gets overlooked just because he isn't a big name.

    I love Kevin Williams, but Haynesworth is the best.

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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    Like they said in the video, Haynesworth is hurt too often.

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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    Yeah Haynesworth is probably better but health and consistency gives K-Will the edge. He's been in the league one less year but has more starts, way more sacks, more tackles, and even a few INT's. I definitely wouldn't trade them straight up if I had the chance.
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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    "TimmyT" wrote:
    Good list, Rod.

    Nice to see he included someone like Dockett who often gets overlooked just because he isn't a big name.

    I love Kevin Williams, but Haynesworth is the best.

    I desagree a couple of year ago i have never even heard of haynsworth except when he stomped on that guys face , his last 2 years were good but kwill has been supered ever since his rookie season

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    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    "TimmyT" wrote:
    Good list, Rod.

    Nice to see he included someone like Dockett who often gets overlooked just because he isn't a big name.

    I love Kevin Williams, but Haynesworth is the best.

    I desagree a couple of year ago i have never even heard of haynsworth except when he stomped on that guys face , his last 2 years were good but kwill has been supered ever since his rookie season
    kevin is better than hanesworth.

    hanesworth has had 2 good seasons. kevin has been dominating since his rookie season.

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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    Kwill has been one of my fav vikes for a long time!!

    he's just a beast! and yes. his consistent play has put him over the top of the other DT's.
    the addition of Jared is only making him a better player! the compitation between them is great, the focus of the dbl team is switching around and Oline coaches NEEEED to be wary of KW, JA, PhatPat, and whoever is on the the wildcard side!!

    if i was on that broadcast though.. i would said the Willams wall was the #1!!
    why? becuase i think as a team those 2 are untouchable!! they demand more respect then any other tandem dt's in the league, and truely are consistent in their strive to stop the run, and crush the qb!!

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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    "TimmyT" wrote:
    Good list, Rod.

    Nice to see he included someone like Dockett who often gets overlooked just because he isn't a big name.

    I love Kevin Williams, but Haynesworth is the best.



    Kevin Williams versus the 100 Million Dollar Man

    Career Games
    KW - 94 (6 years) *Started all 16 games 5/6 years
    AH - 90 (7 years) *Never started 16 in a Season

    Career Tackles
    KW - 297 (221 solo)
    AH - 271 (199 solo)

    Career Sacks
    KW - 42.5
    AH - 24

    Career Forced Fumbles
    KW - 4
    AH - 6

    Career Pass Deflections
    KW - 33
    AH - 18

    Career INTs
    KW - 4 (including 2 TDs)
    AH - 0

    Contract
    KW - 5 years - 33.5 million
    AH - 7 years - 100 million

    Head Stomps
    KW - 0
    AH - 1




    Kevin Williams is by far the superior tackle. Its not even close. He also plays EVERY SNAP, EVERY GAME! Haynesworth is a bum. Don't expect him to play for the next 6 years.
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    Re: Top 5: Defensive tackles

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "TimmyT" wrote:
    Good list, Rod.

    Nice to see he included someone like Dockett who often gets overlooked just because he isn't a big name.

    I love Kevin Williams, but Haynesworth is the best.



    Kevin Williams versus the 100 Million Dollar Man

    Career Games
    KW - 94 (6 years) *Started all 16 games 5/6 years
    AH - 90 (7 years) *Never started 16 in a Season

    Career Tackles
    KW - 297 (221 solo)
    AH - 271 (199 solo)

    Career Sacks
    KW - 42.5
    AH - 24

    Career Forced Fumbles
    KW - 4
    AH - 6

    Career Pass Deflections
    KW - 33
    AH - 18

    Career INTs
    KW - 4 (including 2 TDs)
    AH - 0

    Contract
    KW - 5 years - 33.5 million
    AH - 7 years - 100 million

    Head Stomps
    KW - 0
    AH - 1




    Kevin Williams is by far the superior tackle. Its not even close. He also plays EVERY SNAP, EVERY GAME! Haynesworth is a bum. Don't expect him to play for the next 6 years.
    :P
    Nice comparison

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