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Anyone else intrigued by DE/LB/S/TE Dion Jordan?


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#11 carolina-chuck

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:28 AM

If I were going DE, I'd go Bjourn (sp) Werner from FSU. I've watched that guy a few times and he is a monster. I know this is weird to say, but I kinda wish DE was a need just because of him. He is going to be a stud in the NFL.


Yea I second that.
Werner is a beast. He's nothing exciting or flashy when you watch him but he's a straight up monster. Werner's IQ for the game is very high also.



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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:31 AM

No where did I say he's a must have prospect. Just that he is nothing like I've ever seen and there's no doubt he could play whatever position he wants. Meaning he could excel in the 4-3.

I know our DEs are good but with this kids potential, you can never have enough elite pass rushers.

I think you could see him as the best player on a lot of people's boards come April.


Im sure he can play both position well in the next level. He has the size and abilities to. I think he'll just be a better 34 OLB than a 43 DE. And I believe he can be a very good DE.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:37 AM

Nowhere did I say he's a must have prospect. Just that he is nothing like I've ever seen and there's no doubt he could play whatever position he wants. Meaning he could excel in the 4-3.

I know our DEs are good but with this kids potential, you can never have enough elite pass rushers.

I think you could see him as the best player on a lot of people's boards come April.


And I never bashed him about being a must have prospect. I just said that it was funny how you stated about not taking 34 prospects like a Jarvis Jones, bc youre one of the few who still "know that we run a 43 D". But you then go right on and talk about a potential 34 player and also compared him to a 34 OLB (Aldon). Just funny.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:44 AM

And I never bashed him about being a must have prospect. I just said that it was funny how you stated about not taking 34 prospects like a Jarvis Jones but then go right on and talk about a potential 34 player and also compared him to a 34 OLB (Aldon). Just funny.


You're lost man, and just looking for something to talk poo about.

Jarvis jones and dion Jordan are nothing a like.

Jones is 6-3 240 and Jordan is 6-7 250, with A LOT more muscle to add.

Jones is strictly an OLB where Jordan can play whatever te fug he wants and excel, he's that good.

Nowhere in my post did I say we should draft him and switch to a 3/4 like all the kids say we should with jones or Te'o.

And yeah, him and Aldon are a lot alike but Jordan is bigger. If you watch Aldon smith, he gets a lot of sacks lined up as a normal DE with his hand on the ground.

We could do some awesome blitz packages with this guy. But once again you have the completely wrong idea of what I'm trying to say.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 12:49 AM

You're lost man, and just looking for something to talk poo about.

Jarvis jones and dion Jordan are nothing a like.

Jones is 6-3 240 and Jordan is 6-7 250, with A LOT more muscle to add.

Jones is strictly an OLB where Jordan can play whatever te fug he wants and excel, he's that good.

Nowhere in my post did I say we should draft him and switch to a 3/4 like all the kids say we should with jones or Te'o.

And yeah, him and Aldon are a lot alike but Jordan is bigger. If you watch Aldon smith, he gets a lot of sacks lined up as a normal DE with his hand on the ground.

We could do some awesome blitz packages with this guy. But once again you have the completely wrong idea of what I'm trying to say.


"Now I'm not the kinda guy that forgets we run a 4/3 and says we should draft a rush LB like Jarvis jones or manti te'o"

You say youre not like some who doesn't remember that we're a 43 D. Why then later in your post, talk about a potential 34 D prospect?

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:17 AM

"Now I'm not the kinda guy that forgets we run a 4/3 and says we should draft a rush LB like Jarvis jones or manti te'o"

You say youre not like some who doesn't remember that we're a 43 D. Why then later in your post, talk about a potential 34 D prospect?


Chuck man straight up are you really this dumb or are you just a bad troll??

I said he's a 3-4 DE/OLB prospect but can play anywhere and we could line him up at 4-3 DE and in 3-4 OLB situations like we do with applewhite.

He is not like any other prospect, jones can't play DE and OLB. Jordan can do whatevs he wants because he is a freak.

What don't you fugging get?

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:32 AM

Chuck man straight up are you really this dumb or are you just a bad troll??

I said he's a 3-4 DE/OLB prospect but can play anywhere and we could line him up at 4-3 DE and in 3-4 OLB situations like we do with applewhite.

He is not like any other prospect, jones can't play DE and OLB. Jordan can do whatevs he wants because he is a freak.

What don't you fugging get?


What you mean by this "Now I'm not the kinda guy that forgets we run a 4/3 and says we should draft a rush LB like Jarvis jones or manti te'o"?

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:50 AM

For us, hell no. In general, for some other team, sure why not.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 01:57 AM

What you mean by this "Now I'm not the kinda guy that forgets we run a 4/3 and says we should draft a rush LB like Jarvis jones or manti te'o"?


What don't you understand about that??

I'm not the kinda guy that says we should draft some linebacker like jones or an inside backer like Te'o and switch to a 3/4, but Jordan (who plays as DE/OLB) might just be talented and versatile enough to warrant a pick. He would find a home in our 4/3 defense no matter what.

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Posted 13 December 2012 - 02:23 AM

Better than Clowney? Ummm what?


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