Holy fugin poo this guy is so smart. We should have drafted one of these guys they are killing it instead of Ealy.(4 DE that went BEFORE Ealy) http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/gamelog/_/id/16734/jadeveon-clowney http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/16798/stephon-tuitt http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/16802/demarcus-lawrence http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/16707/dee-ford (converted to LB) And 4 DEs that went AFTER Ealy http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/16873/cassius-marsh http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/16758/will-clarke http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/16764/kareem-martin http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/_/id/16780/scott-crichton
Clearly all the 1st-4th DEs from Ealy's draft are killing it already with sacks right....fugin HERP gtfo
It's only a terrible comparison if you're an idiot. Hardy had a first round grade and only slid due to character concerns...that's pretty well documented he even talks about it himself. 3rd round is soooo fugin much different than a 2nd right..no. Also if you did this around the league for other teams DL you'd see much of the same...but keep on with that...you'll get far around here.
Player Rookie Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 CJ 0 6 4 11.5 Hardy 3 4 11 15 Ealy 4 0(X) ? ?
Yea they will draft the replacement for a guy who had more sacks than CJ or Hardy in their first season and CJ/Hardy didn't really come into their own until year 3/4. They may very well draft another DE in round 1 or 2 but it won't be to replace Ealy...especially not on early downs. And I'm not even the biggest Ealy fan but facts is facts.
Good presser and something I picked up on that I liked was Ron talking about the process of getting Delaire...that gives me a hell of a lot more confidence in the structure of our organization now...so much better than when Hurney was here...looks like we could expect more good pickups along the way as long as our GM/Front Office stays this sharp.
I was thinking of starting a thread but ill just put this here: https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2015/10/05/worst-players-at-every-position-for-week-4/
Apparently we had 3 people also make the worst player at their position this week: Jared Allen -4.4 (to the Surprise of noone who saw the game) Shaq Thompson -7.1 (he's up and down with some good then terrible plays) Oher -2.8 (no surprise here either)
I'd say GreenBay has a legitimate homefield advantage....it is really tough to get a win in Lambeau but no one is scared of playing in Charlotte....I mean some wine may stain a shirt here or there but...
Confused. First of all Matsko wasn't there for any of their SB runs/wins. Second, Ray Lewis and Ngata played defense. Third, when you don't have Bell, Chandler, and Kugzila your OL tends to look better than if you do. Fourth, we do not look like the "Ray Lewis Ravens(whatever the fug that is anyway)" so I don't think anyone was wondering about it. Fifth, yes the OL has looked better overall but GMan is credited here IMO.