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1 hour ago, candyman93 said:

Schobert is elite in pass coverage. In today’s NFL, that’s what you want out of a LB.

 

https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-browns-joe-schobert-is-flying-under-the-radar-as-the-nfls-top-coverage-linebacker-through-week-10

He’s improved so much since his rookie year. He looked like a statue in the passing game is first 2 years. 

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13 minutes ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

He’s improved so much since his rookie year. He looked like a statue in the passing game is first 2 years. 

He was heavier then.

Looks lean, quicker, more limber and mean now.

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On 11/14/2018 at 9:19 PM, sdrawkcab321 said:

He’s improved so much since his rookie year. He looked like a statue in the passing game is first 2 years. 

He seemed to give up a lot of receptions but he seemed to always be just a fraction of a step behind. While it could be frustrating, especially on 3rd down, I liked what I saw in coverage assuming he would learn and make up that partial step.

My biggest concern with him has always been his build, he just looks so lean for a LB. So far he has stayed relatively healthy so so far so good. 1/3 of my lat sentence was so. So what? Ooooh, up to 1/2 in that one.

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21 minutes ago, Thomas5737 said:

He seemed to give up a lot of receptions but he seemed to always be just a fraction of a step behind. While it could be frustrating, especially on 3rd down, I liked what I saw in coverage assuming he would learn and make up that partial step.

My biggest concern with him has always been his build, he just looks so lean for a LB. So far he has stayed relatively healthy so so far so good. 1/3 of my lat sentence was so. So what? Ooooh, up to 1/2 in that one.

Its the new nfl where teams dont desin their defense to stop the run, linebackers all over the league are a lot smaller imo, teams routinely have 220 point lbs. Lbs are the size of running backs now. 

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