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    Collin Cowherd is the real dumpster fire
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    If I never have to hear about this topic again I'll be a much happier person.
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    You know, I could just tell by looking in his eyes that this was bound to happen.
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    Yeah, I'd stick to my guns on that one as well. Many get held up by his combine forty and by the fact he went undrafted. He was one of mine that year. Just remember that much like J'Mon did Allison ran much better at his pro day(I had him at 4.53) and that's not a fast track there. Allison has talent. His tape from his last year at Illinois was quite good. Just a juco kid and there wasn't much of it. Some had doubts about his ability to beat press as well. There was a drug history also and some questioned his willingness to do what it takes at the next level. Looks like he has his head on straight though. I'd be pretty comfortable with him out there right now.
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    I don't think $14.6m aav is that amazing for Cooks?
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    Marvin Lewis or Andy Dalton... man this is tough
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    They cut him some slack since he sucks.
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    1. Alvin Kamara 2. Marshon Lattimore 3. Kareem Hunt 4. Reuben Foster 5. Zeke Elliott 6. Odell Beckham Jr 7. Joey Bosa 8. Todd Gurley 9. Marcus Peters 10. Aaron Donald 11. Keenan Allen 12. Jerad Mayo 13. Patrick Willis 14. Luke Kuechly 15. Percy Harvin 16. Clinton Portis 17. Adrian Peterson 18. Shawne Merriman 19. Andrew Luck 20. Tre'Davious White 21. Evan Engram 22. TJ Watt 23. Jamal Adams 24. Suh 25. Aldon Smith 26. Brian Urlacher 27. Anquan Boldin 28. Russell Wilson 29. Randy Moss 30. Edgerrin James 31. Curtis Martin 32. Eddie George 33. Warrick Dunn 34. Julius Peppers 35. Dana Stubblefield 36. Derrick Thomas 37. Barry Sanders 38. Emmitt Smith 39. Jerome Bettis 40. Marshall Faulk 41. Leonard Fournette 42. Deshaun Watson Law43. Marcus Allen 44. Eric Dickerson 45. Charles Woodson 46. Joey Galloway 47. Amari Cooper 48. Patrick Peterson 49. AJ Greene 50. Terrell Suggs 51. Jalen Ramsey 52. Brandon Scherff 53. Leonard Williams 54. JJ Watt 55. Mike Evans 56. Zack Martin 57. Joel Bitonio 58. Jarvis Landry 59. Justin Smith 60. Jack Conklin 61. Lawrence Taylor 62. Terry Glenn 63. Julio Jones 64. Corey Dillon 65. Jamal Lewis 66. Earl Campbell 67. Simeon Rice 68. Leslie O'nela 69. Junior Seau 70. Ottis Anderson. 71. Alfred Morris 72. Mike Anderson 73. Eric Reid 74. Andre Johnson 75. Travis Frederick 76. Ricky Watters 77. Fred Taylor 7. Maurice Jones Drew 79. Terrell Davis 80. Chris Collinsworth 81. Keith Jackson 82. Bob Hayes 83. Deion Sanders 84. Thurman Thomas 85. Harrison Smith 86. Tyron Smith 87. Demarco Murray 88. Earl Thomas 89. Joe Haden 90. Brian Cushing 91. Nick Mangold 92. Alex Mack 93. Knowshon Moreno 94. Clay Matthews 95. Darrelle Revis 96. Jake Long 97. Jonathan Stewart 98. Chris Johnson 99. Ryan Clady 100. Dominique Rodgers Cromartie 101. Matt Forte 102. Desean Jackson 103. Joe Thomas 104. marshawn lynch 105. Joe Staley 106. Jerry Rice 107. Jon Beason 108. Joseph Addai 109. marvin harrison 110. Demeco Ryans 111. Mike Haynes 112. Robert Edwards 113. Cadillac Williams 114. Jevon Kearse 115. Chip Banks 116. William Bar None Floyd 117. Tony Dorsett 118. Elvis Dumervil 119. Tamba Hali 120. Haloti Ngata 121. Demarcus Ware 122. Derrick Johnson 123. Lofa Tatupu 124. Frank Gore 125. Logan Mankins 126. sean taylor 127. Larry Fitzgerald 128. Brian Dawkins 129. Ray Lewis 130. Jeremy Shockey 131. Dak Prescott 132. Jameis Winston 133. Kendrell Bell 134. Korey STringer 135. Orlando Pace 136. Walter Jones 137. Jonathan Ogden 138. Richmond Webb 139. Santana Dotson 140. Billy Sims 141. Eddie brown 142. Ickey Woods 143. MIke Croel 144. Bryant Young. 145. Curt Warner 146. Shane Conlan 147. Marcus Trufant 148. Desmond Trufant 149. Lance Briggs 150. Steve Atwater 151. Ronnie Lott 152. Roger Craig 153. Eric Wright (49ers) 154. Louis Lipps 155. Dwight Freeney 156. Ed Reed 157. Dale Carter 158. Terrell Buckley 159. Ladanian Tomlinson 160. Steve Hutchinson 161. Anthony Thomas 162. Champ Bailey 163. Torry Holt 164. Takeo Spikes 165. Kyle Turley 166. Peter Boulware 167. James Farrior 168. Keyshawn Johnson 169. James Lofton 170. Mike Alstott 171. Tony Boselli 172. Dalvin Cook 173. Keanu Neal 174. Michael Thomas 175. Deion Jones 176. Yannick Ngakoue 177. Jordan Howard
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    I don't think anyone really cares but I GOT IT. Oh my god words can't describe how happy I am haha.
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    I didn't see much of the LBs and DL all day so I have nothing really to report there other than general observations. Biegel and Fackrell seem to have a confidence to them this year, I think Pettine/Moss have built them up. Might be why Moss blows off the media, if you don't give them any answers maybe they just don't write any stories and you can isolate them and build them up. Who knows, but they looked confident in the team session and I read Fackrell had some real nice 1-1's. Odom and Donnerson are huge OLBs. Odom especially. Guy is probably 6-4 265. Forgotten man really but he blew up preseason last year, which is why we claimed him. Hopefully one of those two showed something. Saw nothing of Gilbert, Hughes, Perry or Clay. Really never focused on them. Bulaga was out there doing rehab work for most of the day. Looks like he's itching to get out there. As far as the OL go. Spriggs has a gut, that's a good thing. We heard last year he gained weight, this year we can see it. Still body beautiful out there for an OL though. When they do Combine drills out there he just makes them all, Bahk included, look silly. Campen probably gets tingly feelings out there looking at him, if he could just put it together on Sundays man you'd have something there. Just a clinic of what half speed OL drills are supposed to look like. Taylor and McCray props to those self made guys. Just compact and hard to move. Nothing they do looks pretty. They're just strong as hell and built with a perfect center of gravity. Bahk is the unquestioned leader of that OL room. They all look to him out there. None of the UDFAs stood out. I would say Pankey and Bell are way ahead of them. Lucas Patrick is good enough to get you through a game or two. Williams and Monty are who they've shown themselves to be. Williams it one cut and hit it, likes to work in that cloud of dust scrum he creates and fall forward after 4-5 yards. Monty runs like LeVeon. Sits there at the LOS and patiently waits for something to open. If nothing does he's screwed. I thought Mays had a really nice day taking the reps in Jones absence. Plays like Williams, one cut and go. #34 is just a guy. TEs, It's going to be Graham, Lewis and Kendricks. Not much to see here. Byrd has an outside shot, but he is small. 6'2 240 is being gracious but there's no doubt he can move. Maybe another PS year for him. Tonyan, Rader and Smith are camp fodder. Tonyan can move too but he looks like a WR. 6'5 230 maybe. Can't see him blocking with a good result. Graham actually pancaked Spriggs on a combo block drill, he can block if he actually puts full effort into it. Kizer > Hundley. Brett is who he is. Excellent in every drill, throws a great ball. Put him in team drills and he doesn't trust it. Shame, there's a heck of a QB there if he did. Kizer trusts it and will throw it. He threw some darts out there. Hundley is more refined though, excited to see Kizer with Mac. He needs that refinement. DB wise Jackson and Alexander keep getting tested and taking there lumps, but those two are athletes. Alexander has more twitch than any player I've seen up close and Jackson has to be the most flexible player on the team. When they were warming up the amount he could stretch and bend was almost contortionist-esque. King is back to being in your face, jamming guys at the LOS, good to see. He's ready to be #1. Tramon and House are steady vets. They'll play and coach this year. Pipkins is ahead of Rollins, Hawkins and Brown so far for the #6 spot. Rollins needs to be the 4th safety. Marwin Evans is a better ST player though so it'd be interesting to see who they would keep. Jones and Brice just want to hit people and get in fights. Jones went after Graham when he was complaining to a ref about wanting a DPI. It's clear Pettine wants them to have an attitude out there. I'm a bit worried about those two with the new hitting rules. JK Scott is a GOAT punter. Mason Crosby is a GOAT silver fox.
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    An 11 year career is impressive in the NFL, even if the wheels did fall off the wagon towards the end. But with 7 Pro Bowl bids to go along with 4 first team All-Pro selections, along with a Super Bowl ring, you have to think that there's a chance that someday he makes it into the Hall of Fame. Then if you factor in on-field performance, how quarterbacks would avoid testing him during his prime and his reputation in the media for being a shut down cornerback, you can start to see why a strong case can be made for him.
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    LIS, you just don't cut the talents. That will get you unemployed in this league. That said, Adams, Cobb, and the rookies are all but locks in my eyes. I'd be willing to listen to any debate after that and you could make a strong case for a few of them. Allison is next in line in my eyes. He's a average NFL talent at large but he has some very high end parts. Sadly, Allison has some below league average parts as well. It's a game of matchups though. Mac is more than able to put Allison in spots to excel. Kum is a jack of all trades master of none type. His overall talent level is right there with Allison but there are no top shelf parts. Nice guy to have around if possible though. Yancey is pretty intriguing. He was a slice of pizza away from being a TE last year. He came to camp down 19lbs though. Pending what they think of Cobb long term Yancey might be worth keeping around. Davis might be the best WR on this Packers roster....if they were playing flag football. Everything plays/grades down because of his lack of physicality though. Tough call. Glad it's not mine!
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    Bridgewater is on a one year deal. Panthers aren't giving up their best receiving weapon in Olsen for a back up QB. Any team that trades for Bridgewater will give up a late round pick that's it
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    Huh? He is a QB with above average arm strength, excellent accuracy, literally can make every throw, smart decision maker, but not all that mobile after the injuries....... he’s a below average QB? He’s a top 5 thrower of the football in the NFL right now. I’ll stand behind that every day. He’s far from a below average QB.
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    Whatever his little fued is with Cam, at least Cam was man enough to come up and say hey. Benjamin wouldn't even look him in the eyes. Looks super weak on his end.
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    I have a hard time saying that years 1 and 2 are a complete tear down. Yes we did get rid of bad contracts, and we opened up a ton of salary cap. That being said no one is complaining about having Ogbah, Schobert, Kindred, DeValve, Drango, Higgins, Garrett, Peppers, Njoku, Ogunjobi, Brantley, or Gonzalez on the team. That's possibly 9 starting caliber players in 2 years. Most teams would dream of that kind of output. Also I don't hear many complaints about locking up Kirksey and Bitonio, about trading for Jamie Collins and extending him. About signing Kevin Zeitler or JC Tretter instead of Cam Erving. Our roster was a mess, we weren't going to be competing long term with Tremon Williams, Donte Whitner, Carlos Dansby, Randy Starks, Desmond Bryant, Paul Kruger all starting on Defense. On offense we had Johnny Manziel, Brian Hartline? often injured Jordan Cameron, Cam Erving. We had years of bad decision making and constant turnover. We needed to get rid of the spare parts (which we virtually did in one year), the problem for fans was Sashi wasn't willing to bring in random people to compete here and take time and learning experience away from the young guys he wanted to build the team around. But its not like we weren't trying to bring in guys, if you remember we offered Tony Jefferson more than Baltimore did, he just didn't want to come to this organization. But just because he wasn't willing to bring a ton of guys in to bad contracts just to try and gain more wins right away didn't mean that we weren't building this team. But make no mistake about it, we have been building since the day Sashi took over. Now we are just throwing everything we can at trying to win some now because fans and more importantly ownership is getting restless. EJ Gaines, Michael Kendricks, Tyrod Taylor, Carlos Hyde, How many of these guys are going to be here next year? I give Dorsey a LOT of credit, he has done a great job seemingly making Cleveland look like a better destination, and signing guys to team friendly contracts so if we decide we don't have a need for Chris Hubbard, Chris Smith, Terrence Mitchell, TJ Carrie, etc, we can cut and run from them and look to build elsewhere. It was always going to take a long time to go from a dysfunctional franchise with what was one of the worst drafting GM's in our recent history (Farmer), that doesn't mean we started recovering just this year though...
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    Trade a 6th for Coleman. He’s young and already knows the system.
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    The police process is going well so far. I've passed my reading test, physical fitness test and lie detector test. I took a drug test and I'll pass that too. Up next is the oral board (interview) and fingerprinting. I'm taking it one day at a time but it's an exciting journey. Pass or fail, it feels good knowing I'm working hard on something greater than myself. I'm growing as a man, and I want to continue that growth!
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    ...and they found it. At least enough leverage to drag this to court instead of writing him a $30M check. Good for OSU handling this investigation the way they have, by the way. This is how you handle this crap when it shows up. Urban was always a slimeball, but Gene Smith isn't honey dicking around here and is making sure there's real accountability. Better to lose for a year than be Baylor forever.
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    MVS and EQ definitely outclassed JMon yesterday. MVS they're just letting him run and make plays out there. He was running outs that I was hoping they'd let Janis run all day long so that was refreshing. The guy is legit fast in pads as well. He's really raw underneath, the only way I can see him contributing this year is post/go/corner. He knows how to release and stack and you'd be hard pressed to find a DB in the league he can't get behind. EQ is just big and athletic. He's way more complete than MVS but not quite the same top end speed. DBs were having trouble jamming him at the LOS. They really didn't give him the same opportunity to shine as MVS yesterday. His 1 on 1 routes were a 5 yard hitch and a slant. It was no contest having Herb Waters try to cover him on that slant. In team he caught a few traffic balls on crossers, which he looks real smooth running. Kizer likes giving him opportunities, he had one goaline fade that he misjudged a bit, was going to high point it and it was more of an over the shoulder to the back pylon type throw. Hopefully he'll get his chances to show what he can do deep. JMon is a Davante clone in the way he runs routes and looks athletically. He even wears the same white hoody undershirt as Davante. He needs to soak up as much as he can from him as that's his best way to make it in the league. He'll be a very similar player. He was having some drop issues yesterday and wasn't targeted much in team but as far as any breaking route goes, his routes are slightly better than EQ and much more advanced than MVS. All 3 are easily behind Geronimo though. He's full of confidence and looks like a vet out there running with the #1s. He knows his limitations and how he will have to get open with them and just looked smooth as silk. King, Tramon and House all lost reps to him. I will say the window shrinks quite fast with him, he got someone one a double move in team, might have King or Alexander and Rodgers was looking elsewhere, by the time he came back to it the DB had made-up the gap. The play speed definitely says 4.65, but the crispness and explosion of his routes tells me he'll have no issues getting open for some looks this year. Only thing that bugs me is that he still looks like he hasn't put on a pound since he walked in the door 3 years ago.
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    @Mind Character based off the draft prediction alone. @malibuspeedrace for always being the bridesmaid, never the bride. @sdrawkcab321 for being a fantastic heel. @NudeTayne because he’s hot. @Kiwibrown because we need a foreigner on the list. @brownie man for enduring that sig. @Fatgerman for making me feel thin and beautiful. @MSURacerDT55 for doing all my predraft scouting for me. @Aztec Hammer because we need a well mannered foreigner and not just a hooligan Aussie.
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    Stop playing the Anthem at games.
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    The lady and I said we would keep the news quiet, only telling close family and friends, but I'm on Cloud 9 so I'm telling you guys - we found out on July 4 that we're going to be parents!!!!!! Little Olivia or little Hayden will be here in early March!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    They should’ve just stuck with English. Probably would’ve got done quicker.
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    congrats to everyone in the sweet sixteen. You are all deserving. also, the people who didnt make the top 16 are deserving as well this is why FF is the best site around! it has the best posters! @Whicker @FinneasGage @bucsfan333 @Dome @Malfatron @LETSGOBROWNIES @ET80 @Pickle Rick @theuntouchable @Nazgul @RuskieTitan @Hockey5djh @Dwight_Schrute @Shady Slim @Adrenaline_Flux @The Orca
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    After someone tweeting this out Mewhort responded to it this way
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    yes, it would allow us to ketchup.
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    I think that as long as Jerry Jones is alive, the Cowboys will be doomed to mediocrity.
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    I think Bears S Eddie Jackson is going to be a star.
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    He's not going to have one.
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    He signed a deal a few years ago and his guaranteed total money is 47/71 MM He took most of it up front. If you don't like that then he should have explored other options. Unless it's a matter of a Rookie deal, I usually can't sympathize with players like this. You signed the deal, if the FO doesn't want to renegotiate that's on you and your agent.
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    Let me type that out: "Specific quarterbacks aside, Zimmer's teams have made the playoffs 100% of the time when they get a mere 86 passer rating and 7.0 yards per attempt from the other side of the ball. In 3 years as Washington's starter, Cousins exceeded an 86 passer rating and 7.0 yards per attempt without fail."
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    My little contribution to the community
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    He's had the old bull. Now, he wants the young calf.
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    I wanted to take a closer look at what the pass rush looked like last year and I thought the analysis would be interesting to everyone here. Be warned, it's not encouraging. The Packers recorded 37 sacks last year. The first thing I wanted to look at was how our sacks looked when comparing our usage of the dime package vs standard downs. I started by comparing our sacks and sorting them by down. 1st down: 14 2nd down: 4 3rd down: 19 4th down: 0 We really struggled on 2nd down, and part of tht is caused by teams running more on second down, and teams throwing on favorble down and distances on second down to our defense being very bad on first down, but looking at those numbers was really discourging. We basically needed a team to have it's back against the wall to be able to get consistent pressure. Of the four sacks that we had on second down, they came from distances of 5 yards, 6 yards, 10 yards, and 17 yards. Half of our second down sacks came on dime downs. Ugly. +++ Next I wanted to look at the sacks by personnel groupings. I counted Morgan Burnett as a defensive back. I know some will argue that's not a proper way of evaluating it, but I'm not going to change a man's position distinction after forever with the team. Regardless it paints a rough picture. Base: 8 Nickel: 8 Dime: 21 This defense could not finish without six defensive backs on the field, almost exclusively in coverage. They could not win without being able to pin their ears back and go. Somebody on this team needs to be able to play the run while getting to the QB. In fairness, the defense did average 5.21 DBs per play, so they played a lot of dime defense, but nowhere near enough to make the lack of pressure and sacks on standard downs acceptable. +++ When you break down the sacks by player you get: Clay: 8 Perry: 7 Daniels: 5 Clark: 4 Fackrell: 3 Lowry: 2 Jones: 2 Brooks: 2 Ryan: 2 House: 1 Burnett: 1 Martinez: 1 Thomas: 1 Gilbert: 1 Biegel: 1 24 sacks out of the starting front four isn't bad, but it isn't great. We need Clay and Perry to step it up next year. The biggest issue we have with the sacks is the lack of production from Fackrell and Lowry. You can't have yoru 3rd OLB and 3rd DL combining for 5 sacks. That's just unacceptable, you need more out of those two spots. Both guys had most of their production out of free runs anyway. Tht can't be how it works. They need to be able to win. +++ Most of these probably didn't upload to imgur, but I captioned the ones I had. +++ The Bears come out in a 12 Personnel here, and the Packers respond with their base 30 front. Because the Bears are a bad football team, they decide that rather than block Kenny Clark with just their Center, they’re going to bring a double team down, leaving Clay Matthews isolated against the Tight End. This has predictable results as Clay eats the Tight End for lunch causing the sack fumble. Jake Ryan is reading the Tight End waiting for him to go out and run a route. When he sees that the Tight End is actually going to stay in and block he shoots the gap and scoops up the loose fumble. Play +++ The Bears come out in their 21 personel here. The Packers respond with their base 40 front. The Bears are trying to sell a play action power lead play here and they do a great job of it. The receiver playing the wingback role shoots across the formation at the snap and Perry comes off his line to pressure Trubisky. If Trubisky isn’t one of the worst QBs in the NFL, he dumps it down to his primary option and gets the first down here. Lucky for the Packers, Trubisky wastes precious half-seconds spying the rush and instead chooses to eat the sack. Again, because the Bears are terrible. Play +++ The Bears come out in the 10 personnel, and the Packers come with their coverage dime look. rookie Running Backs make mistakes blocking and rookie QBs make mistakes in reading blitzes. The Packer brought an overload blitz from the right side of the offense. Either the Tackle or the Running Back need to come off of the first man through in Josh Jones and pickup Davon House. Neither do, Trubisky doesn’t release the ball to the side where 2 DBs evacuated and the result is a sack. Play +++ The Bears come out in their 11 personnel look and the Packers come out in their dime coverage look again. Nick Perry and Mike Daniels are well blocked here, but the Bears do a poor job of working the stunt pulled off by Clay Matthews and Ahmad Brooks. Trubisky checks the one read that he’s capable of checking per play, sees the rush and scoots forward to try and get some more yards. Perry cleans it up and earns himself a hustle sack. Play +++ If the first half of the season had any kind of pattern to it pass rushing wise, it was that the Packers were basically incapable of getting any kind of pressure out of their standard looks without multiple screw ups by the opponent. The pressure/coverage packages however were productive. Josh Jones has his best play of the year here and shows some good rush skills. The way he subtly sells up field and then comes back in to beat Tyler Kroft is encouraging, even if Tyler Kroft is terrible. Play +++ Ahmad Brooks does a nice job of selling this. He looks like he’s going to blow into the Bengals Right Tackle (Jake Fihser) before cutting it and giving Josh Jones space to run by. Jones comes in completely untouched as does Burnett from the other side. Somehow neither of the Bengals Tackles blocked a man despite two exterior blitzers meeting at the QB. Dreadful offensive line communication by the Bengals. Play +++ Ahmad Brooks has his best play of the season here. Jake Fisher is entirely overmanned at Tackle and it shows with some really terrible pass pro technique here. Brooks just loops right around him and gets the sack on Dalton. This is the sort of dreadful technique coaches should be getting on Varsity high school tackles about, yuck. Play +++ Kyler Fackrell gets a clean up sack here blitzing from the Inside Linebacker role in the dime group. The coverage was outstanding on the Browns intramural quality wide receiving group and Josh Gordon here. Clay manages to flush Deshon Kizer from the pocket. Mike Daniels keeps him contained and Kyler Fackrell manages to fall on him. Play +++ Kenny Clark starts this play double teamed by the Center and the Right Guard. The Right Guard sees Dean Lowry angling into the B gap and leaves Clark thinking that the Center has him controlled. The Center sees Ryan blitzing and comes off Clark to block Ryan. Clark takes advantage of being blocked by nobody and gets after Jameis Winston who (in typical Jameis Winston fashion) threw the ball backwards into the hands of a defender leading to a score. https://i.imgur.com/kM80MxG.gif +++ Caleb Benenoch is a mediocre Guard and an absolutely terrible Tackle who was asked to play Right Tackle against the Packers because of injury. Clay Matthews ate his lunch. https://i.imgur.com/LqohCKM.gif +++ Mike Daniels and Kenny Clark simply moved three offensive linemen into the backfield forcing Jameis Winston to tuck the ball and start looking for an escape plan. Clay slid off of Benenoch before he found it and cleaned up for the sack. It’s nice seeing a defensive line with some serious juice even if it is against the dreadful Bucs offensive line. Daniels especially here made a play. https://i.imgur.com/hsr0vKh.gif +++ Tyron Smith was a wreck with injuries in 2017 but Nick Perry made him look dumb here scoring the strip sack. When Perry uses his hands to rip through, his speed rush counter can be effective. It’s just not a primary move. https://i.imgur.com/pUWaYyg.gif +++ Devonta Freeman completely missed the call here letting Blake Martinez blitz completely untouched. https://i.imgur.com/ABtic38.gif +++ In what was probably the only instance of good coverage the Packers had all night, Matt Ryan couldn’t find a target and the Falcons handled the Packers stunt along the right side very poorly. Clay gets essentially a free lane to the QB here. https://i.imgur.com/SmvaZxc.gif +++ Nick Perry and Dean Lowry team up on a sack on a busted flea-flicker. https://i.imgur.com/1Nv5sPD.gif +++ Vince Biegel and Mike Daniels show some very poor timing on this stunt look here, but Mike Daniels is able to beat his man even without the element of surprise. Good coverage on the back end kept this play in the pocket, a braver QB may have cut this loose. https://i.imgur.com/EdvdySo.gif +++ Kenny Clark gets the sack here, but Vince Biegel deserves some credit here. The way he sets the outside spin move up with the inside jab step is good stuff. That’s a veteran move. He flushes Cam up, and Clay is working inside leaving Cam with only one space to go and Clark stays active. Clark’s most underrated skillset is his awareness of the pocket. He is really really good at knowing where the QB is while he’s fighting with guys. https://i.imgur.com/tyxtEIK.gif +++ Vince Biegel gets a free rush to the pocket here and sends Alex Collins flying when the back tries to stop him. Dean Lowry has a nice rush here. He gets the Austin Howard (Right Tackle) on skates and drives him backwards. The Right Tackles feet get tangled up with the Right Guard and both guts meet at the QB. This was Lowry’s best play of the season. https://i.imgur.com/zrFavKj.gif +++ Austin Howard is a terrible Tackle, but Kyler Fackrell does an actual NFL pass rusher thing. Maybe, just maybe? https://i.imgur.com/6tVwmzm.gif +++ It’s never good when a bad guard is forced into playing Left Tackle and that’s what happens here. Clay whips James Hurst for the sack and Ahmad Brooks isn’t far behind on beating Austin Howard. This Ravens offensive line was beat to hell with injuries. https://i.imgur.com/6hSCHFo.gif +++ The “Nick Perry bulrushes his man into the feet of the man blocking Mike Daniels” pass rush strategy is one of my favorite things the Packers did this year. It lead to three sacks on the year, though one was not counted due to a holding call. It’s good to see a Packer hit a QB hard. https://i.imgur.com/RWLf48v.gif +++ Mike Daniels is a bad man and he shows it here. He didn’t need Nick Perry to clean it up, but he got it anyway. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a Packer defender dominate a game as thoroughly as Daniels did against the Seahawks, https://i.imgur.com/AOX53jl.gif +++ Here we see another example of Nick Perry bullrushing his man into the feet of the man blocking Mike Daniels. There’s something to be said for having your two best rushers on the same side of the line so they can play off of each other. https://i.imgur.com/AnCBp4U.gif +++ Mike Daniels https://i.imgur.com/5VDROeh.gif +++ Straight coverage sack here. Well blocked by the Steelers, Daniels eventually tracks it down and gets the hustle sack. https://i.imgur.com/UoFbo9c.gif +++ I love Kenny Clark’s awareness. He deserves the stat on this one. He sniffs out the screen, keeps it contained and then breaks off to keep Keenum inbounds. Great heads up play by Clark. He is everything you could ask for in a young Big. https://i.imgur.com/UUFwc7s.gif +++ Case Keenum turned the wrong way on playaction, (and still half our team fell for it, jesus) Fackrell read it right and contained the outside on the bootleg. Blake Martinez got through on his middle blitz and the two managed to bring Keenum down. https://i.imgur.com/5sJfPVS.gif +++ Really good coverage here. Reggie Gilbert and Kyler Fackrell collapse the pocket and Kenny Clark gets the hustle sack as he ran all the way around the pocket. Fackrell and Gilbert playing the same snap on a regular down is nauseating even while tanking. https://i.imgur.com/6xhkyvY.gif
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    Been uploading some older Titans games/content to youtube lately, and just recently acquired 44 games stretching from 97 through 08 and will eventually get all of those uploaded too(will get them around the 20th of this month), but so far I've go these up: Another note is downsize your browser when watching these for slightly better quality. Youtube's default video player is huge now and makes the quality of these even worse. Downsizing the browser downsizes the video player and helps it. NFL Films 1999 Titans Recap NFL Films 2000 Titans Recap 2002 Colts @ Titans NFL Films 2002 Titans Recap 2007 Titans @ Saints 2008 Packers @ Titans 2008 Titans @ Lions 2008 Steelers @ Titans
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    LOL When you refuse to hold yourself accountable and this stuff tracks you all the way through college and you even test positive at the combine WHEN YOU KNOW YOU WILL BE TESTED, you lose all benefit of the doubt.
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    I'd do this, but take Thomas out and put Dizzy in.
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    The fact that having any contact with Ben Shapiro is considered heresy in HW, shows just how far left they've swung. The guy's as reasonable as they come. I just wish they'd get back to focusing on quality movies, rather than pushing propaganda.
  49. 6 likes
    I beleive this also applies in said scenario
  50. 6 likes
    Indeed Impossible to make both sides happy, but they did find a way to make both sides unhappy. Truly an impressive feat
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