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Jeremy Igo

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No poo Sherlock...that's called zone coverage! But to put Davis 1 on 1 with VJax...yeah, gimme that all day!

I welcome it too. Not only is Davis the best coverage OLB in football, Jackson isn't even a top 10 receiver.

All day.

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I welcome it too. Not only is Davis the best coverage OLB in football, Jackson isn't even a top 10 receiver.

All day.

that's debatable

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Btw the Stewart is a better pass blocker is a myth

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54 yards - TD Smith (Harper gets blown up by Bell et al). Doesn't look like a myth to me. 

 

 

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54 yards - TD Smith (Harper gets blown up by Bell et al). Doesn't look like a myth to me.

one highlight block doesn't prove jack,pff had him as one of the worst pass blockers in 2012 I believe maybe 11

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one highlight block doesn't prove jack,pff had him as one of the worst pass blockers in 2012 I believe maybe 11

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Really?... How many games did he play that season!? DLo is far worse at pass protection. And it's not even close.

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Really?... How many games did he play that season!? DLo is far worse at pass protection. And it's not even close.

 

Agreed, dunno what our man has been smoking. 

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No poo Sherlock...that's called zone coverage! But to put Davis 1 on 1 with VJax...yeah, gimme that all day!

What can I say? You got me there. Davis doesn't stand a chance.

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Really?... How many games did he play that season!? DLo is far worse at pass protection. And it's not even close.

 

 

Agreed, dunno what our man has been smoking. 

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Since i'm the one smoking have a look for yourselves..........

 

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Everything I thought I knew has been a lie.

 

lol same here man, i like stew besides the contract but i just wanted to bust the myth

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