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Growl

Member Since 21 Mar 2012
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In Topic: Training Camp Wrapup - July 29

Today, 02:23 PM

If there is no correlation between having the same metrics and close to the same production as past top 15 prospects, then you are right. But, Ealy is 6'4" and weighs 275lbs coming out of college and is fast. He shows the instincts to bat down passes when he can't get to the quarterback and consistently made plays despite being the primary focus of opposing game plans. He stood out on one of the best defenses in College football last year if your not into measurable combine type things. He showed versatility all over the field his last two years even lining up at linebacker. The biggest knock on him was his inconsistency in dropping back in pass coverage. I know football dude. Walter Football, get the fudge outta here.


No, there is absolutely no correlation there. I don't care what the stat sheet says nor do I care about his combine numbers. I care about what I saw him do on the field which wasn't worthy of a first rounder much less a top 15 pick. It's apparent that all 32 NFL franchises are backing my stance as well.

In Topic: UPDATED: Thursday, July 31, practice at 9:25 a.m.

Today, 02:21 PM

5 day forecast shows a lot of thunderstorms in Spartanburg. That could be a huge huge pain. A blessing too I suppose from a health standpoint but we're counting on a lot of young guys who need the reps.

In Topic: Training Camp Wrapup - July 29

Today, 11:33 AM

With a big decision coming up on DE even before Hardy's incident and the value at that pick, Gettleman made the best choice. Its the fourth practice of the season and maybe next year, we could have a kid ready to start. I am just glad that Gettleman didn't pass up a top fifteen talent for a couple of meh WRs like Landry and Robinson.


Regardless of what walterfootball may tell you, Ealy was never anywhere close to a Top 15 prospect. I had thought the fact that he almost slipped into the 3rd round had eradicated any remaining people who still clung to that, but I suppose I was wrong.

In Topic: Brenton Bersin?

Today, 09:54 AM

I was saying last TC that that he had the measurables and was developing well enough that I thought this year might be the year he could possibly crack the squad. Good to see him not plateau and actually have a chance to do so.

In Topic: Brenton Bersin?

Today, 09:50 AM

Kinda reminds me of a guy like Nate Burleson. Possession receiver with good hands that won't burn down the field but can make the occasional big play.


no dude youre not doing it right.

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