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    Our nickle package with Irvin, Clemons and Jones on the line was amazing early in the year. I hope Jones resigns. He has a lot of upside and is one of the best interior pass rushers in the league. Under no circumstances would I want Darnell Dockett! That guys is as dirty as they come! He is talented but he would be a cancer on this team. We have such great team chemistry right now and adding a player like Dockett wouldn't be worth messing that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouCan'tBeatLA View Post
    Another guy I like is Deandre Hopkins, WR, Clemson. He's fast as hell and has great hands. Might be available in the 2nd rd.
    He might've just jumped into the Top-20 with the LSU game.
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    Two guys I'm liking early in my dive into the draft:

    Kawann Short, DT, Purdue: Complete DT, requires a double team or chip most of the time, excellent feel, fantastic hands, maintains leverage, consistently disruptive, very good tackler, low to the ground like Mebane, nice repertoire of moves, makes teammates better, played best game vs, Notre Dame.

    Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC: Elite get off, high motor, senses space and exploits it by getting skinny, plenty of pass rush moves, more of a pass rusher than run stopper although not necessarily ineffective there, natural penetrator, questionable tackling and seems to fall down a lot despite being very athletic for size.

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    1 Tech crashes down on the C. He is suppose to hit him in the earhole. He trys to clog the middle. Very physical position. 3 Tech goes outside the guard and should be in position to tackle the RB, or be in position for a cut back. He's also main rush priority for DT. Atleats that's how we played it last year (HS)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    Two guys I'm liking early in my dive into the draft:

    Kawann Short, DT, Purdue: Complete DT, requires a double team or chip most of the time, excellent feel, fantastic hands, maintains leverage, consistently disruptive, very good tackler, low to the ground like Mebane, nice repertoire of moves, makes teammates better, played best game vs, Notre Dame.

    Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC: Elite get off, high motor, senses space and exploits it by getting skinny, plenty of pass rush moves, more of a pass rusher than run stopper although not necessarily ineffective there, natural penetrator, questionable tackling and seems to fall down a lot despite being very athletic for size.
    My guess is anyone it would be Williams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    Two guys I'm liking early in my dive into the draft:

    Kawann Short, DT, Purdue: Complete DT, requires a double team or chip most of the time, excellent feel, fantastic hands, maintains leverage, consistently disruptive, very good tackler, low to the ground like Mebane, nice repertoire of moves, makes teammates better, played best game vs, Notre Dame.

    Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC: Elite get off, high motor, senses space and exploits it by getting skinny, plenty of pass rush moves, more of a pass rusher than run stopper although not necessarily ineffective there, natural penetrator, questionable tackling and seems to fall down a lot despite being very athletic for size.
    I'd be good with either of them or Sharrif Floyd being our 1st rd pick
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    I actually wasn't impressed with Shariff Floyd upon first look, but I need to see a lot more of him because people seem to like him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    I actually wasn't impressed with Shariff Floyd upon first look, but I need to see a lot more of him because people seem to like him.
    He reminds me of Jason Jones when he played in TEN. I think he's stronger than Jones as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thebudler View Post
    Our nickle package with Irvin, Clemons and Jones on the line was amazing early in the year. I hope Jones resigns. He has a lot of upside and is one of the best interior pass rushers in the league. Under no circumstances would I want Darnell Dockett! That guys is as dirty as they come! He is talented but he would be a cancer on this team. We have such great team chemistry right now and adding a player like Dockett wouldn't be worth messing that up.
    Suh is more of a dirty player than Dockett but I get your point


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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    Two guys I'm liking early in my dive into the draft:

    Kawann Short, DT, Purdue: Complete DT, requires a double team or chip most of the time, excellent feel, fantastic hands, maintains leverage, consistently disruptive, very good tackler, low to the ground like Mebane, nice repertoire of moves, makes teammates better, played best game vs, Notre Dame.

    Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC: Elite get off, high motor, senses space and exploits it by getting skinny, plenty of pass rush moves, more of a pass rusher than run stopper although not necessarily ineffective there, natural penetrator, questionable tackling and seems to fall down a lot despite being very athletic for size.
    I'm with you I really like Kawann Short something tells me he will be the better player out of the 2


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crom-Viscera View Post
    Suh is more of a dirty player than Dockett but I get your point
    I don't know, Dockett is pretty ****ing dirty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crom-Viscera View Post
    Suh is more of a dirty player than Dockett but I get your point
    I LOVE SUH. I love how he plays the game. I don't think its dirty, he does what he has to do to win. I think thats how the game should be played like.

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    It quickly became clear to Schneider that Carroll, 61, dances to a different beat than almost any of his NFL peers, something evidenced by the deejay who blasts hip-hop and rock music at training-camp practices.
    "I joke with him all the time that I look at him like my older brother, but he's actually more hip than I am," Schneider says. "He knows all the rappers. They invite him to their concerts when they come to town."
    Schneider, 41, chooses to keep things a bit more mellow during the draft, turning down the volume on the large TVs in the war room and replacing the cocksure assessments of Mel Kiper Jr. and Mike Mayock with the soulful strains of Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Yellowman and the like.
    Schmeider sounds like a pot head

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--us...021441917.html

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    I laughed out loud reading the above post


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    I f-ing love John Schneider.

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