When I watched Dre'Mont this past season, I quickly pictured in my mind another hometown athlete returning to play for the Cleveland Browns. Not only would he just play for the Browns, his skill set would be to help correct some very poor DL performances last year on the North Coast. Far too often, we would allow teams to gain 5 plus yards on first down, usually straight up the middle.
Larry Ogunjobi can generate pass rush up the middle, but his forte is plugging the running lanes. If Dre'Mont plays next to Larry. we add a penetrating tackle from the interior. This offers two benefits. Dre'Mont either gets to the QB a lot sooner than he would like, or he is in the backfield to blow up the blocking and destroy running plays.
Dre'Mont is more of what the NFL is trending to in defensive tackles - strong, long and explosive. I think once he is paired with Larry Ogunjobi - we have a devastating interior line. So you then double team the pressure up the middle and leave Myles 1 on 1 with a tackle? I will take that match up all day long.