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Kuechly gets a "C" next year...

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He don't need a C to lead the D.

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i don't really see how... unless we just do unlimited captains. which is stupid. most teams only do 3... one for the three units.

i can't believe we handed out that many just on defense last season.

i mean, we know TD and beason are locks. and CJ was the backup captain when beason went down, not keek.

sooooo... not hating on the guy obviously but only so many C's can go around

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Dude is a baller no doubt. What amazes me is he is out there changing defenses when he sees the opposing QB audible. He is vocal as hell on the field. He was all up in Tony Gonzalez's grill the hole game. I want to buy his jersey but my history of jersey purchases does not bode well for the player.

Are you the Everette Brown jersey buyer?

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He is an obvious leader. Had great seats for the Atlanta game. He never seemed to sit down and was always up talking to the defense and congratulating everyone. Luke deserves that C next year.

Not just leading the league in tackles, but barking calls on the field. Just imagine an offseason of learning, mostly coverage skills. He already has the instincts of where the ball is at all times.

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Are you the Everette Brown jersey buyer?

Otah

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Dude is a baller no doubt. What amazes me is he is out there changing defenses when he sees the opposing QB audible. He is vocal as hell on the field. He was all up in Tony Gonzalez's grill the hole game. I want to buy his jersey but my history of jersey purchases does not bode well for the player.

The announcers mentioned that. A "chess match" between Ryan and Keek. Awesome.

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Otah

Wow .....how or why did you pick Otah? Just curious

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Dude is a baller no doubt. What amazes me is he is out there changing defenses when he sees the opposing QB audible. He is vocal as hell on the field. He was all up in Tony Gonzalez's grill the hole game. I want to buy his jersey but my history of jersey purchases does not bode well for the player.

Trust me you cannot go wrong with a Luke jersey.You do not want to be the only fan in an Otah jersey unless you at Fat Boys buffet.

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Luke is a throwback player. He isn't the most physically gifted LB in the league. He does however have great fundamentals, motor, and nose for the ball.

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Luke is a throwback player. He isn't the most physically gifted LB in the league. He does however have great fundamentals, motor, and nose for the ball.

Erm, his tested physical measurables are off the charts. So, yeah, I would say that he's one of the more physically gifted LB's in the league.

For comparison's sake here's Beason's and Luke's pro day statistics coming out of college.

Beason:

225lb Bench reps: 19

Broad Jump: 9'3"

40 yard dash: 4.72

Luke:

225lb Bench Reps: 27

Broad Jump: 10'3"

40 yard Dash: 4.58

Luke performed better, (0.15 faster on the 40 and almost a foot farther on the broad jump and 8 more reps on the bench) all while being 3 inches taller and 5lbs heavier coming out.

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Luke's lowest recorded 40 time is listed at 4.48 as well, just for the record, while Beason's is 4.68

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