Turay and Lewis are the only long term pieces we have on our d-line. I dunno why as soon as someone says NT , people instantly think of a classic 330 lbs 3-4 clogger. The Colts scheme doesn't require one. There's guys that could play either DT position and potentially provide interior pressure. Tillery, Wilkins, Dre'Mont Jones, Simmons, Gerald Willis et al could play 3-tech or NT on passing downs. And then there's guys who'd play NT in our system , but are total freaks like Derrick Brown and Raekwon Davis and would be stout against the run , whilst providing pass-rushing upside and due to their freakish traits, could be 3-down players. Pretty sure Davis had 8.5 sacks last year. It's not like he's incapable. He's just scratching the surface , imo. I just don't understand the connotation of taking a NT and all of sudden he's a player you can grab later in the draft. Like.... what? There's variations of NT's. It's not "3-techs or wait." This reminds me of the "taking a guard too high" nonsense last year with Nelson. I mean, sure, if we wanted the next Al Woods, just wait until later in the draft , but the idea is you get a guy with rare traits in a position that typically doesn't provide it. If you can get a beast 4-3 NT, who's an athletic freak, and can move the pocket back-- you do it. Davis and Brown aren't normal NT/DT's. They'd be going much higher in a normal D-line draft. Sapp and McFarland can co-exist , same goes for Suh and Fairley. That's the blueprint. Not Sapp and Grover Stewart.