gridiron-guru wrote:Dumervil is done for the year (not sure if you are following the news closely so I thought I'd not that.)
If your points per sack were 4+ then I'd take Dumervil.
Curry has been in his system for a full year and I believe he is going to take a gigantic leap forward this year.
He has the range to be a tackling machine in Seattle, and their defense is bad enough that he will see plenty of opportunities. Curry has the potential to mix in a few interceptions...maybe even a TD or two...I'd keep Curry
This was posted before Dumervil's injury, so I'm pretty sure if he could change his keeper pick to Curry he has done so by now. I also don't think its as easy to say that Curry is in his 2nd year and will make big jumps, I think he may record a few more tackles and a sack or two, but thats about it. Have to realize that Lofa was out all but 5 games last year and will shift back into the MLB slot, moving Herring to SLB and Curry to WLB. This could help Curry's chances to accumulate a few more sacks and an INT or 2, covering more routes then Herring will be.
Don't get me wrong Curry is a top young LB, but I think it will take some more experience and better yet, better opportunities not involving Tatupu or a breakout player in Herring for Curry to become a top end option at LB.