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Star Top Rookie of Week 1

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One of the few bright spot on Sunday. Star is going to be special. I'm still speechless to how we landed him at no14.

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One of the few bright spot on Sunday. Star is going to be special. I'm still speechless to how we landed him at no14.

Wouldn't say he's 'one' of the bright spots. We took one of the best teams in the NFL to the limit and the entire DL played great. Only the secondary was really weak, but that said how many times will we face a QB as adept at escaping pressure as Wilson?

 

You put Brees or Ryan in those situations and we come out with 5-6 sacks.

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Nice! Doubt we get ROTY 3 times in a row cause I do t think DL get that much notice.

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Yeah, I doubt Star will garner any attention because of the position he plays, nonetheless, I'm ecstatic to have him anchoring our D-Line. I didn't expect him to shine this fast however. He absolutely dictated The Seahawk's O-Line.

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I have to say that I am glad we took Star in the 1st. He is making his presense felt early. I believe the more reps he has the better he will get.

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When you post a link, have an excerpt or some of your own thoughts along with it. No one is interested in how quickly you can post it.

Sorry, posted it right before i went to sleep last night.and I wasn't trying to be the first to post. Just was given him props Cuz his great play seemed overlooked. Some people don't care about 50 threads on why the Offense struggled

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