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Sam, take your meds, nobody besides Home is bemoaning the fact we don't have Keuchly. I was just comparing Keuchly to Mosley. Try to keep up, you old coot
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You want to take me up on my friendly wager of who will be the better player between Shazier and Mosley?
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now you got 3 out of 4 right jordan....
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Great, poor hands, he can follow in teh footsteps of Channing Crowder and Sean Smith in the decent players but dropped too many picks category. This is the NFL, not the SEC, you need to make those plays here.
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Big diff between playing zone blocking in college and pros Morgan runs a 5.35 and finsihed in the bottom half of all his athletic test among drafteable linemen. He doesn't fit the profile. Hung over Seantrel Henderson tested out better. And Pugh was an awful OT, especially since he cost the Giants a mid first pick. Terron Armstead picked in the 2nd is a lot better OT.
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Keuchly had more passes defended and INTs than Mosley in college
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Moses , in a zone blocking scheme... now I know someone shouldn't be questioning someone else's knowledge And Justin Pugh CAN'T play OT, haven't you watched the Giants? That 9.5 tackles for loss was nothing to brag about... rather mundane for a first pick... Shazier had 23.5 by comparison ... i know different position but come on taht's more than twice as many...
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that's a great point jordan, if I don't agree with you then I don't know football... yeah that's convincing. If you want to see what an elite ILB looks like go see how Keuchly performed on his pro day and combine in comparison to Mosley. Keuchly was bigger, faster, more agile, more explosive and was much more productive in college. That is what a first round ILB looks like.
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Martin can't play everywhere. If he was a tackle, he'd be listed as a tackle. Jake Long could play guard ... anyone ever list him as a guard? No because OT is a premium position and if he was an OT, he'd be listed purely as an OT. Personally, I'm hoping everyone but us have Martin listed ahead of Lewan...
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Where's the sacks, the big plays,the INTs? NOWHERE in 2013...
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Cleanest meaning they come from the biggest school and nobody would blame you for taking them because everyone has seen there names when the idiot Kiper speaks? If that means clean, yeah go ahead. Take Pryor and Clinton-Dix with you too. Martin I will concede is a better prospect although somewhat overrated. Mosley though, yikes. And liking one player over another simply because of the position he plays shows how short sighted your vision is. Are you implying that Shazier and Mosley are identical prospects then in terms of talent? I'd take a wager on Shazier being much more productive than Mosley at the next level.
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Navarro Bowman, now Jordan? Child please...
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JPAO it's Coyle who stinks , period... 3-4, 4-3, 5-2, 7-0 it wouldn't matter, guy is pure cheese.
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Man, Texas, they are nothing alike, nothing at all... actually I'm trying to think of a player to compare mosley to ... I can't think of the last 1st round ILB who produced zero sacks, no ints, who only weighed 235. If the guy didn't go to Alabama, not sure he would be even close to this highly rated... to me he smells of Kiper junk. the list is endless of guys he spouted off about as can't miss prospects that go on to bust and he conveniently forgets...
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And David's last year in college in nebraska was 133 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, 3 passes defended, 3 forced fumbles. So you can see David's production was pretty much what it was in college. A guy who extremely active in the run game, plays the pass extremely well, and also rushes the passer extremely well when needed.
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Luis, I would be all for drafting an ILB in the first ... but I'm just not sure about the player himself in Mosley... If he's the pick, I hope I'm wrong but he just doesn't look that good for me .. a little smallish, average speed for a guy his size, test results a little blah, not a lot of big plays... this guy looks like a trap of drafting for position need without doing homework on the player. Texas posted the link that teh analyst compared Mosley to David. hmmm, last year David registered 145 tackles, 5 ints, 7 sacks, 18 tackles for loss, 10 passes defended, guy's stud Mosley last year...106 tackles, 0 sacks, 0 ints, 4 passes defended One does certainly not produce like the other... If anyone produced like David last year among LBs, it was Shazier...
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And is it jsut me or can every team who hasn't won anything and even some that have can write a missed opps blog entry like Mando wrote above (whihc he pumps out about 10 times a year, mind you) A close family member who is a Seahawks fan actually complains about the Seahawks reaching for guys in the first round ....
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Analytics team? Welcome to the 2000s, Miami! Awesome.
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Yeah, dusty, coming from someone in the great State of Missoura.. that's got to sting...
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Trade DOWN for jake Matthews? That's some kind of trick
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marc, if Tannehill or any qb for that matter hit 2/3 of his deep balls, he would be a yardage record breaker. No qb even comes close to htting 40% let alone 2/3.
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Jelani jenkins can't be counted out.. guy is talented.
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If you guys want to draft an ILB, look at DD's guy in Montana's Brock Coyle... nobody else even comes clsoe to registering. This is an awful, awful draft for ILBs... bad time to have that need.
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Superb athelticism? Whoever wrote that comment next to the name CJ Mosely hasn't been off his couch since Zubees and Desmond Howard's box fade were the latest trends...
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Mosley is nowhere near Keuchly. This pick I would hate more than picking Zach Martin...
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