On that note, not all of our players are garbage, they made it to the NFL for a reason and other teams would love to have some of our under-performers.
Hopefully with a these new additions of position coaches, we can get the best out of our players.
Last edited by fishedz; 01-30-2013 at 07:12 PM.
I mean a three hundred pound de in a 43 doesn't really make since and its not when the weight its just how he is built. You can tell he has a body frame that is built for the inside of the line. I Think he will be a even better dt especially with someone good next to him
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Last year was his most productive season playing around 280...i dont know why ppl think hes an every down dt....hes too small
Hes best where he is as a strong side end...he just needs to convert the pressures he gets into sacks...sometimes hes way too aggressive
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Just like he went down in weight, he can go back up. He's an NFL player with a great work ethic and a professional training staff. I don't see what the problem is here.
I'm sorry, people put stock into listed heights and weights?
Do you know what the biggest change between 2011 and 2012 was? Mike Waufle, the D line coach left the coaching staff! That guy coached the D Line of the Giants when the won the Superbowl and everybody on our DLine..Tommy Kelly, Seymore, Houston, and Shaugnessy all produced better when he was there (we were in the top half of the league in sacks too). That was the biggest coaching mistake the Raiders made and why
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