And now the number of starts each NFCE team got from players they drafted on defense…

Earlier today, I noted the number of starts each NFC East team got from players they drafted on offense.  The point was that the Redskins had a staggeringly low 48 starts from players they drafted.  Anyway, a number of you seemed interested in seeing how the defensive numbers shook out, so here you go (Skins have the fewest again):

Cowboys Starts Giants Starts
Jay Ratliff 16 Corey Webster 16
DeMarcus Ware 16 Linval Joseph 15
Sean Lee 15 Mathias Kiwanuka 15
Anthony Spencer 15 Kenny Phillips 15
Terence Newman 14 Aaron Ross 15
Bradie James 13 Jason Pierre-Paul 12
Mike Jenkins 12 Justin Tuck 11
Jason Hatcher 10 Osi Umenyiora 7
Orlando Scandrick 7 Greg Jons 5
Marcus Spears 5 Jacquian Williams 2
Alan Ball 2    
Eagles Starts Skins Starts
Jamar Chaney 16 Ryan Kerrigan 16
Mike Patterson 15 Brian Orakpo 16
Trent Cole 14 Reed Doughty 11
Kurt Coleman 13 LaRon Landry 8
Brian Rolle 13 Rocky McIntosh 8
Nate Allen 12 Perry Riley 8
Moise Fokou 7 DeJon Gomes 5
Casey Matthews 3 Kevin Barnes 1
Jaiquawn Jarrett 2    
Trevor Laws 1    


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  18. Trub Deuce says:

    And they say Dallas can’t draft!

    1. Corey says:

      I don’t think this information says at all how well a team drafts. Not a knock on the cowboys at all but this information coupled with the teams overall defensive rankings would mean more. Just because you play a lot of players you drafted doesn’t mean you drafted good players, it just means that the players you drafted are currently the best players on the team at their position.

      1. slandog says:

        Agreed. The Jags get draft picks every year as well, I don’t know if they have a starter I’d want on my team……

  19. Dez Bryant's Probation Officer says:

    This is really a measure of how inert your front office is.

    1. Anders says:

      It does show that the Eagles havnt drafted a good corner in a LOOOOOOOOONG time

      1. Yep. Sheldon? That was 2003.

        1. Jason-E says:

          But we also haven’t invested any high picks at the position since Sheldon either. So, take it for what it’s worth.

  20. Anders says:

    No surprise that the Eagles total are low, but it should hopefully be higher this year with stability at safety

    1. Jason-E says:

      Not really. Our starting CBs are free agents, as well as our starting MLB, LDE, and DT.

      1. Jason-E says:

        Well, we traded for our MLB, but still not a draft pick.

        1. Jason-E says:

          And DRC was a trade.

    2. deg0ey says:

      But with DeMeco (hopefully) locking down the middle, we’ll lose 16 of those linebackers

      1. Anders says:

        yea forgot that

      2. D3Keith says:

        Point being that just because you’re starting guys you drafted doesn’t always mean it’s a good thing.

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