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3?

 

 

Exactly.  People go way overboard on that narrative.

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Let's be honest. We have no clue until they actually play.

I thought Werner was going to be a monster.

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I agree he "should" come in and be an impact player....     Who does he have to beat?  

 

Finally DL and a nice pick....      Go Colts

 

Instant starter.

 

Stanford guys are being drafted big time in rounds 2 and 3, it seems like

 

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There's going to be a stud available when we pick 10th tomorrow. If we didn't take a WR 1st Rashad Green in the 4th would have been a steal.

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I was just kidding, Miles is a good dude.

Alright my bad for not realizing. I am not defending Miles one way or another I don't know much about him and/or if he eats grass haha. I just don't think he would stick his neck out there and risk being wrong with a situation like this that is all.

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Love the pick for the Colts. I am biased being a Stanford Cardinal fan. And Ty going in the 3rd... I am very pleased.

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Half of Werner's "splash" plays came against BAD teams...      But everyone liked his "motor" ...    It's not over for him...  just out of position.

 

Let's be honest. We have no clue until they actually play.
I thought Werner was going to be a monster.

 

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hmmm.... Weaknesses

Slender legs, tight hips and boring feet. Feet will stall at contact when squared up against the run. Initial punch by an offensive lineman will jostle him. Lacks power to play inside. On the ground far too often. Must improve hand usage as pass rusher. Can be blocked by tight ends. Benefited from team-oriented defensive scheme. Doesn't gain much ground with initial steps as pass rusher. Relies on hustle sacks and lacks counter moves.

 

 

*production

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hmmm.... Weaknesses

Slender legs, tight hips and boring feet. Feet will stall at contact when squared up against the run. Initial punch by an offensive lineman will jostle him. Lacks power to play inside. On the ground far too often. Must improve hand usage as pass rusher. Can be blocked by tight ends. Benefited from team-oriented defensive scheme. Doesn't gain much ground with initial steps as pass rusher. Relies on hustle sacks and lacks counter moves.

Yes. Those are some troubling negatives aren't they? The kind that seem difficult to overcome.

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They play physical football..    .....  I likey.. 

 

Instant starter.

 

Stanford guys are being drafted big time in rounds 2 and 3, it seems like

 

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If they could somehow come away with Grady J, Clemmings, or Dawson tommorrow  I will be really liking this ...

 

I thought we'd be taking a RB in the 4th....

 

Now I think we'll be taking a safety and a RB in the 5th...

 

That's just my hunch....   But wouldn't Clemmings be nice in the 4th?!?

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Alright my bad for not realizing. I am not defending Miles one way or another I don't know much about him and/or if he eats grass haha. I just don't think he would stick his neck out there and risk being wrong with a situation like this that is all.

 

He's well-known for being a little. . . off-the-wall.  Crazy like a fox.  And yes, he likes to graze a bit during games.

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Half of Werner's "splash" plays came against BAD teams...      But everyone liked his "motor" ...    It's not over for him...  just out of position.

You mean splash play

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Yes. Those are some troubling negatives aren't they? The kind that seem difficult to overcome.

 

Seems like it, states even if he bulks up he still may not be very adequate at a pro level from the sounds of the NFL draft analysis.  Still it waits to be seen.

 

Mayock and other seemed to like the pick though.

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Several good players left in the morning and we don't have too wait long!  

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Yes. Those are some troubling negatives aren't they? The kind that seem difficult to overcome.

Not sure if you are being sarcastic.....

 

Sources Tell Us "He plays hard like Trent Murphy did at Stanford, but Murphy was a better athlete. He's not explosive enough to be a reliable pass rusher and I don't see him as a run stuffer." -- Pac 12 regional scout

 

Bottom Line

Data driven teams will be intrigued by Anderson's stuffs, impact tackles and total pressures, but the tape doesn't validate his potential to produce these numbers on the pro level. The body type screams 3-4 defensive end if he can bulk up and add power, but he might lack the balance and toughness to make it there. Anderson might just be a "tweener" without a clear NFL position fit.

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He's well-known for being a little. . . off-the-wall.  Crazy like a fox.  And yes, he likes to graze a bit during games.

Sounds like Les Miles and Steve Spurrier must be related somehow then haha.

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Was hoping he'd still be there tomorrow.  Oh well.

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Not sure if you are being sarcastic.....

Sources Tell Us "He plays hard like Trent Murphy did at Stanford, but Murphy was a better athlete. He's not explosive enough to be a reliable pass rusher and I don't see him as a run stuffer." -- Pac 12 regional scout

Bottom Line

Data driven teams will be intrigued by Anderson's stuffs, impact tackles and total pressures, but the tape doesn't validate his potential to produce these numbers on the pro level. The body type screams 3-4 defensive end if he can bulk up and add power, but he might lack the balance and toughness to make it there. Anderson might just be a "tweener" without a clear NFL position fit.

That's a less than stellar review.

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3?

 

Oh really, that's it ? haha it just seemed like we had plenty of stanford players

 

luck

fleener

howell

whalen

anderson

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Yes. Those are some troubling negatives aren't they? The kind that seem difficult to overcome.

They also said JJ Watt would slide inside "on occasion" to rush the passer. Old scouting reports are fun to read.....

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Not sure if you are being sarcastic.....

 

Sources Tell Us "He plays hard like Trent Murphy did at Stanford, but Murphy was a better athlete. He's not explosive enough to be a reliable pass rusher and I don't see him as a run stuffer." -- Pac 12 regional scout

 

Bottom Line

Data driven teams will be intrigued by Anderson's stuffs, impact tackles and total pressures, but the tape doesn't validate his potential to produce these numbers on the pro level. The body type screams 3-4 defensive end if he can bulk up and add power, but he might lack the balance and toughness to make it there. Anderson might just be a "tweener" without a clear NFL position fit.

It sounds like he is not athletic and has a narrow base. Not the kind of body type I prefer for the Dline.

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Was talking about college tape genius...    

 

OK...      Oh and compare BjW's stats against all "pass rushers" taken that season... 

 

JUST saying....  First round picks are far from guarantees of success.     FAR FROM IT.

You mean splash play

 

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Oh really, that's it ? haha it just seemed like we had plenty of stanford players

 

luck

fleener

howell

whalen

anderson

I have a better shot to make the team than Whalen.

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Was talking about college tape genius...    

 

OK...      Oh and compare BjW's stats against all "pass rushers" taken that season... 

 

JUST saying....  First round picks are far from guarantees of success.     FAR FROM IT.

So he's the best of crappy group? Good argument genius

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We are talking about C Carter's kid now....     he is NO guarantee..      1st pick was a stone cold wake up call to him. 

 

Griff will show up and out work him ....  can he out play him?    I hope so..      Carter's just an entitled name ...  thus the Dorsett pick.

GW will probably be the odd man out

 

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It is what it is...  

 

I can only lead a mule to water...          you know the rest..   :thmup:

 

So he's the best of crappy group? Good argument genius

 

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Backing off the ledge now.

Hahaha I feel the same way. I want to hate Grigson but this draft is shaping up nicely.

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Instant starter.

 

Stanford guys are being drafted big time in rounds 2 and 3, it seems like

starter? over who?

 

i cant see team benching arthur jones or langford.

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please TJ CLemmings...

 

or draft Michael Bennett and trade him to the Seahawks for Michael Bennett.

draft Malcolm Brown, trade him to the Patriots for Malcom Brown.

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