In the first two parts of this series I discussed what I thought the depth chart would look like for the "skill" players and offensive line.
This time, I'll be looking at the defensive line.
Just like the offensive line, the defensive line is very difficult to predict. There are a lot of new players, a lot of options, and a lot of variables to consider—defensive ends that can play tackle, defensive tackles that can play end, and linebackers that can play defensive end.
All of these options make it almost impossible to predict the defensive line depth chart with any confidence of being right. Therefore, I've decided to offer up two options that could occur in an attempt to get at least something right.
That said, let's get moving on this.