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Charles Johnson third in pass rushing productivity

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Dwan has helped CJ tremendously. That push on the inside has enabled him to get to the QB instead of them being able to step up into the pocket.

Not moving around as much, has also helped him.

He has been beastly and hopefully he makes the pro-bowl.

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Man, those uniforms are sweet. Hope we don't give up on them because of the Denver outcome.

I was concerned about the production we would see from CJ after the crushing Atlanta loss. I am concerned no more, and glad we paid him the money. Plus I like yelling "Big Money!" at games.

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You really think we should draft a DT, one of the most hit or miss positions when our O-line is about as solid as a sieve?

Veterans for oline.

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First, congrats to CJ. He's really turned it up a notch this season.

As to the needs on the lines, the problem with our o-line is it's hard to evaluate when it is part of an overall offense that's broken. It's the same argument when the discussion is about Cam's off year, or the ineffectiveness of the RB's. The offensive scheme is a mess and needs to be blown up.

Gut feel tells me we could get by with Gross for another year. Kalil will be fine. Bell is okay for now. The 2 guard spots have to perform better. So maybe sign a good FA right guard, have a vet behind Amini in case he continues to struggle, and re-evaluate things in training camp next year.

We have enough needs we could go DT, O-line, WR, safety or CB early in the draft, and any would be justifiable.

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rabble rabble overpaid rabble rabble

Theres always someone with some sort of negative remarks.

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Get a young strong DT to complement them.

doesn't need to be young.

we just never need to settle with who we have.

i have no problem continuing to address DT in FA. better chance of success and experience is crucial to any DT. if we can avoid having to take a couple years developing a DT all the while sitting on pins and needles waiting to see if this guy doesn't bust like so many DTs, then i think we should.

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Hankins over Star easily for me. Hankins is a 330lb man that can pass rush.. there is no question that he is a run stuffer.. but a 330lb man that can pass rush is RARE. He is a 330lb ballerina from what I hear from scouts. Who has ever heard of a 330lb 3-tech?? MY god.

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You really think we should draft a DT, one of the most hit or miss positions when our O-line is about as solid as a sieve?

Either line is good with me, whichever line has the best prospect at our spot

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CJ is officially an elite DE.

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According to their signature stats, Chuck is actually first in their pass rush productivity rating. He's second according to their rating system behind just Cameron wake.

Edit - ah I see they are meaning of all players in the NFL regardless of position.

So just to clarify they have Chuck as the best 4-3 pass rusher in the league fit now.

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Yeah CJ and Robert Quinn are tied for the most sacks, out of all the 4-3 DE's.

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I'm glad my thread inspired him.

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