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CJ ranked 25th best player of 2012 so far by PFF

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25. Charles Johnson, DE, CAR

Johnson is really starting to find his best form and, if his performances from the last two weeks are anything to go by, will only finish higher when this list gets redone at the end of the year. Disappointed after getting paid last year, but the Panthers have stopped messing about and kept him rushing from the left side and he’s already repaying them with 44 quarterback disruptions.

Key Stat: Is picking up a quarterback pressure on 17.6% of pass rushes.

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/11/07/pff-top-51/3/

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i'd love to find out how quickly he and the others on the Dline are getting to the QB.

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That can't be accurate. Teh huddle said he sucked until the Bears game....

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also think that hardy stepping up in a big way helps eliminate the need for CJ to float around and that hardy and CJ are benefiting from each other and both are benefiting from that push by dwan.

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I knew it before, but DAMN the Texans hit a homerun on J.J. Watt....

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frankly I find CJ's best asset to be the fact that he's extremely disciplined against the run. he is a very good pass rusher, but not quite elite.

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Earning that money baby

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Clearly, he read my thread and was motivated.

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20. Duane Brown, LT, HST

Our top-ranked tackle gave up his first sack since 2010 against the Bills. Still he’s only given up 12 quarterback disruptions all year and is perfectly utilized in a Texans zone blocking scheme that makes full use of his athletic ability. Not many tackles are able to have the impact he does in the run game.

Key Stat: Graded positively in pass protection in all but one game this year.

And everybody laughed at the Texans for the pick after the draft. Even funnier considering that just about all the other first round LT's that year ended up busts.

This is why you wait to evaluate a draft.

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NOT.........WORTH.......MONEY. SNARF SNARF

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Cool

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Wow Geno Atkins went in the 4th? =O

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