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  1. Didn't see the bit about not going in the first three rounds. Yeah, he's definitely gone in Round 2 or 3.
  2. Aaron Donald is a "freakazoid" in anything that involves strength and speed. I'm not taking him against a professional fighter, but he'd wreck the average person. The dude is freakishly strong and quick with his hands. But by all accounts, he seems to be a genuinely kind person off the field. So I doubt he'll put himself in that sort of situation. Hell, this guy had to end up apologizing to AD lol.
  3. There are exceptions, Matt Ryan being one. Obviously, though, Ryan isn't the ideal exception (because he never made the jump, outside of his MVP season with Kyle). But when your game is predicated on being smarter than and executing better than the defense, it's going to take some time for you to master the NFL. On the other hand, if you have the athleticism to improvise when you're confused by the defense or they're initially executing better than you, it's going to be easier in the early career to have a lot of success. Of course, those QBs still have to grow and learn how to win within
  4. AD's version of events is that the dude tried to start a fight in the party, got tossed, and then tried to hit him (AD) in the head with a bottle outside when they left the party. AD's boys beat him down. And AD broke up the fight before they did serious damage. The video seems to prove the latter point.
  5. Yeah, he failed relative to his expectations. But he isn't an example of a "can't miss prospect" failing. Because he technically didn't miss.
  6. But he didn't fail. That's kind of the point of a "can't miss guy." You're basically considering a solid career to be a failure, which kind of says it all. He's a three-time Pro Bowler and was a Second-Team All Pro in 2016. And one could easily argue that Clowney's career was harmed by the knee injury the Texans bungled his rookie year, which resulted in microfracture surgery.
  7. This thread is about Aaron Donald, Uncle Rico. (I kid, I kid.) 😉
  8. Yeah. Donald can be a hothead on the field. But I've never seen any negative thing said about him off the field. Guys are different on the field. They flip a switch.
  9. I don't see LT movement skills.
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