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Packers signing Former Bears Safety Adrian Amos

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12 hours ago, incognito_man said:

You... you guys don't use the 3 shells?

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10 hours ago, Outpost31 said:

Sick reference.

******* insane reference. I couldn't believe it at first until I saw the picture reply lol

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It's just too bad there weren't more Stallone/Schneider teamups in the early 90's to reference. 

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52 minutes ago, Outpost31 said:

It's just too bad there weren't more Stallone/Schneider teamups in the early 90's to reference. 

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from PackersWire

https://packerswire.usatoday.com/2019/07/09/packers-impressed-by-consistency-from-new-s-adrian-amos/

"Amos played in all 16 games for the Bears last season, helping Chicago’s defense lead the NFL in both opposing passer rating and plays of 20-plus yards allowed. According to Pro Football Focus, he was downgraded at the third-lowest rate among NFL safeties and was effective as both a tackler and in coverage – highlighting the value of his consistency in every situation as a safety.

PFF isn’t the only analytics service preaching the value of Amos’ consistency. Sports Info Solutions ranked Amos second among NFL safeties last season in “Total Points Saved” in coverage, third in “Coverage Success Rate” and first in “Man Coverage Success Rate,” again showing how reliable he can be in most coverage situations."

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Cheesehead TV with their evaluation of Amos as well as grades on other Packers safeties

https://cheeseheadtv.com/blog/grading-the-pack-adrian-amos-preston-smith-555

Amos is insanely, insanely, insanely consistent. He takes pure angles to the football, has the same consistent demeanor play in and play out, and he know where he’s supposed to be on the field at all times. In Bill Belichick terms… he does his job.

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