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  1. Who were first team corners?
  2. Simon/Bostic/Spence/Sheard
  3. 1. Luck 2. Hilton 3. Davis 4. Mewhort 5. Hankins/Kelly, I think Kelly will be a beast next season so it's a toss-up. Honorable mention: If healthy... Moncrief, he has all the tools he just needs to put it all together.
  4. Attitude is half the battle, and I like that Hankins i bringing this attitude to our defense.
  5. Marlon Mack in my opinion, he very well could be our feature back after Gore leaves.
  6. Going 7-9 would be a 5 game improvement which would be very impressive, they're talking about the Jags as being contenders in the division while we're cellar dwellers. That just shocks me.
  7. But going 2-14 earns respect? That's more so my point, not that we deserve it necessarily, but it's insane how much the national media seems to just fall in love with Jacksonville every off-season while ignoring us.
  8. I'm actually very high on Swoope. I think he can be a complete mismatch in terms of being too fast for most LB's to cover, but too big for most safeties/corners. It wouldn't surprise me if he ends up with 500-600 yards receiving on the season.
  9. By the national media, and I'm kind of blown away by it. Now i'm not saying this team needs to be considered the favorites or anything, it's perfectly fine to have the teams that beat the Colts last year above them, but we're not even mentioned with being a team even able to compete in this division... And the Jags are! I just watched ESPN's breakdown of the division, and they mentioned the Jags and Titans as teams that have improved and can challenge the Texans while insinuating the Colts haven't improved much.. What? I don't want to lump all of the media together, as this seems to be more the perspective of the national media, but I just find it completely shocking we've become a complete afterthought in the division despite losing the division by only one game last year with Luck missing time due to injury.
  10. Spence is supposed to be pretty solid in that regard isn't he? At least better than anything we had last season. I don't know a whole lot about Anthony Walker either but he seems like he could be effective at it as well. Not sure Walker will be able to get a starting job rookie year but ILB is our weakest position so we'll see.
  11. You think Walker beats out Jackson? Pretty bold call, but Jackson isn't exactly great so it should be an open competition.
  12. Okay go watch the tape of Hooker at OSU and tell me he's inexperienced? This works both ways. Yes Ballard did say the best 11 will be on the field, and I can't seee Butler beating out Hooker unless they give it to Butler based on experience alone.
  13. He may be inexperienced but Butler is inexperienced playing safety... I don't see how you can play the inexperience card when Butler isn't experienced at the position either, especially when Hooker is simply a lot more talented than Butler.
  14. We have Luck, so we really just need to put a good team around him... Looking at our defense (easily the weakest part of our team) last year we used: Geathers/Adams/Davis/Robinson in the secondary Mathis/Walden/Jackson/Jackson as LB's Anderson/Parry/Langford as our D-Line Now this year we have made several big changes... Malik Hooker for Adams Quincy Wilson for Robinson Jabaal Sheard for Mathis John Simon for Walden Jonathan Hankins for Parry Sean Spence for D'Qwell Jackson Is anyone really going to argue any of those moves are downgrades? I think our defense could be significantly better than what it was last year. And we also added guys like Mack and Aiken on offense to provide some more competition on that side of the ball.
  15. FSU's defensive line is head and shoulders above USF's offensive line.... that's probably why he was shut down.

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