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Justin Blackmon turning into a beast

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Notwithstanding his off field indiscretions, which can be a career killer if he hasn't learned a lesson, Justin Blackmon has put up enough huge games as a WR for the NFL to know that he is the real deal.

 

I remember some questioning whether or not he could play at this level.  Well, your question has been answered.  That being said, Kuechly was the better choice because of his character.

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Notwithstanding his off field indiscretions, which can be a career killer if he hasn't learned a lesson, Justin Blackmon has put up enough huge games as a WR for the NFL to know that he is the real deal.

 

I remember some questioning whether or not he could play at this level.  Well, your question has been answered.  That being said, Kuechly was the better choice because of his character.

 

Everyone has "character" issues. Some are a bit more out there than others. Ler's not try and pretend Kyechly isn't human.

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jags definitely have some pieces down there to work with.

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he was a beast when he entered the league. only reason he didn't have 1200+ yards his rookie year is because he plays for the jags.

 

koolkatluke tried his hardest to prove that he was dwayne jarrett 2.0 by saying they had similar numbers one year in college or some stupid poo like that

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He needs to leave the Jags ASAP. 

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Doesn't fit in with the Jacksonville JustAnotherGuyS

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Everyone has "character" issues. Some are a bit more out there than others. Ler's not try and pretend Kyechly isn't human.

 

I know that no one is perfect. I didn't say Kuechly was perfect. But to compare someone who has made all the right moves (at least, publicly) to another who has made the exact same mistake in the NFL as he did as a collegian seems a little silly. It shows a certain level of immaturity and a basic lack of judgement. There is absolutely no reason to drive drunk and put peoples' lives in danger (including your own). He should have learned this lesson the first time, but let's hope that he learned it for good as a pro. I know that many people have substance abuse problems that they may be trying hard to overcome, but driving while drunk is inexcusable.  

 

Blackmon seems like a good-hearted person (his relationship with the sick girl being a prime example), and I would have picked him over Luke at the time, and probably wouldn't be mad if we had him now. That being said, Luke has proved to be an excellent MLB and football player, plus his character has never been an issue in any way that I am aware of, so we couldn't have made a better pick.

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Talking about other WRs here is frowned upon. Naw seriously he's been a beast if I weren't mobile id pie you.

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