Jump to content

  •  


 
Photo

Grading The Vontae Davis Trade (So Far)


This topic has been archived. This means that you cannot reply to this topic.
87 replies to this topic

#81 DS3

DS3
  • Member
  • 127 posts

Posted 24 December 2012 - 04:13 PM

So Glad He's In Indy !



Game Rewind: Relive every NFL moment…subscribe to Game Rewind.

#82 TKnight24

TKnight24
  • Member
  • 9031 posts

Posted 24 December 2012 - 06:08 PM

I like Jordan Poyer from Oregon State as well. As far as corners go, even Logan Ryans from Rutgers

No idea who those two are but I'll take your scouting word for it lol

Apple Juice keeps me sane, society doesn't

Apple Juice relaxes my mind, society doesn't


#83 Gavin

Gavin
  • Member
  • 16333 posts

Posted 24 December 2012 - 06:22 PM

We do need another Corner though to go with Vontae to compete with Butler



#84 smittywerb

smittywerb
  • Member
  • 1145 posts

Posted 24 December 2012 - 07:00 PM

Vontae will be one of those cornerstones of our defense along with Pat and Bethea.  Now all we need is that one NT. cough*chapman*cough*


:pass: :blueshoe: BUILD THE MONSTER! FEED THE MONSTER! :blueshoe: :pass:

  :HFire: :HFire: :HFire: :HFire: :HFire: :HFire:


#85 HtownColt

HtownColt
  • Member
  • 5333 posts

Posted 24 December 2012 - 07:17 PM


No idea who those two are but I'll take your scouting word for it lol

Jordan Poyer is an all-American and finished in the top 5 for the Top Defensive Back award that Johnathan Banks had won

#86 krunk

krunk
  • Member
  • 3104 posts

Posted 24 December 2012 - 08:52 PM







Jordan Poyer video.  Looks like he would be a pretty good fit in our scheme.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Half of Poyer's six career interceptions came against NFL-caliber quarterbacks, as he picked off Brock Osweiler twice last year and Matt Barkley in OSU's stunning 36-7 demolition of the Trojans in 2010. Not only did Poyer demonstrate the confidence and athleticism necessary to handle the one on one responsibilities expected of cornerbacks in OSU's blitz-heavy scheme, he continued in his role as the Beavers' primary returner, averaging a gaudy 14.1 yards per return on punts (including an 85-yard touchdown vs. UCLA) and carrying a 25.9 career average on kick returns.

http://www.cbssports...74/jordan-poyer

 

 



#87 krunk

krunk
  • Member
  • 3104 posts

Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:30 PM

The thing I didn't like in my observations of Poyer in other film clips is he only seems to be so so in run support.  It's coachable if he has the will to improve.  I'd like to have a guy that is a strong tackler like Vontae.  Overall Poyer seems to have strengths in pass coverage.



#88 BrentMc11

BrentMc11
  • Member
  • 10643 posts

Posted 25 December 2012 - 07:52 AM

The thing I didn't like in my observations of Poyer in other film clips is he only seems to be so so in run support.  It's coachable if he has the will to improve.  I'd like to have a guy that is a strong tackler like Vontae.  Overall Poyer seems to have strengths in pass coverage.

No wonder I have not see a Krunk post lately.....he is now Redding....:)  Cool avatar!


Change is good!  

 

BrentMc11







COLTS TICKETS!

Join the Season Ticket Wait List!

Sign up today
Game Rewind: Indianapolis Colts

Recent Topics

Recent Status Updates

  • Photo
      18 Apr
    Bogie

    The Fender Stratocaster turned 60, Happy Birthday to the man's best friend. You can never go wrong with a good strat, never.

    Show comments (3)
View All Updates