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DaCityKats

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#3097020 2015 NFL Draft Simulator Game

Posted by DaCityKats on 19 November 2014 - 11:12 AM

Didn't Dres Anderson blow his knee out last month?

 

 

TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline notes that Utah senior WR Dres Anderson's knee injury "was not of the serious variety" and "quick recovery is expected."

The Utah prospect was forced to miss the remainder of 2014 after he injured his knee in the fourth quarter of Utah's 24-21 win over USC. The 6-foot-1, 187-pound Anderson finished his career with 2,077 yards, putting him at fifth place in Utah Utes' history.
 
 



#3093257 Pep Hamilton

Posted by DaCityKats on 17 November 2014 - 12:46 PM

plus he went to West Charlotte High School.he is my choice as of right now. has shown the ability to adjust his game plan when he needs to. plays to his personnel  strength, within his philosophy.




#3088370 Ogbuehi moving back to RT

Posted by DaCityKats on 16 November 2014 - 12:09 AM

I swear I just saw Erving playing center vs Miami tonight.

yep you did.




#3085884 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 13 November 2014 - 06:58 PM

Wow!!!! I've seen and heard his name here and there, but never thought anything of it. Finally checked him out thanks to you, and I'm BLOWN away!

There's just some guys that will jump out to you. Flowers was def one of those guys that caught my eyes the first time I laid my eyes on him, and now the same with Ronnie Stanley.

IMO, he looked like a 1st rounder vs. FSU. He's nicely built (lean); kind of OTs that I like. Got some very long arms and uses them really well. Stanley is up there with Ogbuehi in his pass blocking skills; if not the best.

 

Ronnie is really good, and he could jump into top 15 consideration. which i think he will. he is a redshirt sophomore so he could return back to ND.

 

His long arms, great feet, good technique, and power is on display when he plays. he punches really well, extending his long arms, also knee bends with his hands in the correct spot when pass protecting. he shut down Mario Edwards when vs FSU. nice powerful base, big butt and legs. started at RT last year because he was too good to not see the field.

 

i like Flowers as well, but i do wonder what was his injury, and if he will return this season. being a U fan, i seen him plenty of times. he was the reason why Seantrel stayed on the right side. 

 

 

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#3085129 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 13 November 2014 - 08:41 AM

also Tyrus Thompson looked pretty good vs Shawn Oakman, the 6'8 280 DE from Baylor. he handled his speed-power moves and could not get around Thompson. tried to just bull rush him, and Thompson did a great job at anchoring his base and hardly gave up any ground. Thompson does have little legs, and not as big of backside like scouts want their OL to have tho. 




#3085126 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 13 November 2014 - 08:39 AM

Yea, seeing his name a lot now.

Need to find more stuffs on Clemmings and Thompson.

I'm still waiting for that one guy that will pop out of no where too; ie Eric Fisher / Greg Robinson.

 

that one guy to pop up is Ronnie Stanley, LT Notre Dame.i really think he has the potential to be really good.Josh Norris thinks he is a top 3 LT prospect, and its hard to argue vs that based off his tape/ cut ups/ games viewed. 




#3078920 Official Panthers - Eagles GameDay Thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 10 November 2014 - 10:40 PM

a sack on a screen play, but its all cam fault.




#3073146 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 08 November 2014 - 07:01 PM

La'el Collins is a baller. he moves really well, and i know people say he will be a better OG, but i would let him start off at OT. he does over extend at times, and that could get him beat, but that is a technique issue that can be fixed. he fails at OT, slide him inside where he will be a dominate OG. this guy moves people in the run game.




#3063036 2015 draft prospects watch thread

Posted by DaCityKats on 01 November 2014 - 07:14 PM

Duke Johnson also had a huge game today, breaking a 80 harder and running for over 175 yards.

 

Devante Parker had a big game vs a good FSU secondary, over 200 yards receiving.

 

 




#3060671 There's no sense in worrying about anything else until the OL is fixed.

Posted by DaCityKats on 31 October 2014 - 10:29 AM

I remember last season philly fans were complaining about the oline when Vick was playing. He gets hurt and Foles comes in. Suddenly the oline becomes one of the best in the league.

 

Philly has 2 all pro guys playing on the left side, and invested in a RT with the number 4 pick that year as well. plus the center is also a pretty good player.

 

Cam has been playing bad over the last 3 weeks, but your bashing of him is just out of hand now. you do this every thread. this OL needs some major work done to it. 




#3041743 2015 Top Prospects By Position

Posted by DaCityKats on 26 October 2014 - 10:25 AM

Did anyone get to see much of the Peters vs Strong matchup last night? I saw a highlight of Jaelen's TD but that was it.

i watched about a quarter and a half and Peters did a good job when i was watching. had tight man to man coverage vs him, and shadowed him the entire night. i did read that Strong caught a TD pass on him, but only had 3 catches with 8 targets. also read Peters dropped a pick.




#3036284 Football Gameplan's 2015 NFL Midseason Mock Draft Video

Posted by DaCityKats on 21 October 2014 - 08:43 PM

if one of the top OTs is on the board, you have to take him. if a stud DB, CB or S prospect is there, you have to take him. this team does still need playmakers on the outside, especially one with deep speed. those guys could be found in the 2nd-mid rounds tho. guys like Sterling Shepard, Phillip Dorsett, Stefon Diggs, DGB, Rashad Greene, Dres Andersom, Sammie Coats and Antwan Goodley could be had in the 2nd round or later.




#3008670 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by DaCityKats on 10 October 2014 - 10:28 AM

I wanted ty Hilton when he came out... I hope we can get stefon diggs some where in the draft this ye5

 

Stefon Diggs- Maryland

Sterling Shepard- Oklahoma

Dres Anderson- Utah

Devin Smith- OSU

Rashad Greene- FSU

Dorial Green- Beckahm- Oklahoma

Phillip Dorsett- Da U

Sammie Coats- Auburn

Jamison Crowder- Duke

Antwan Goodley- Baylor

Deontay Greenberry- Houston

Devante Parker- Louisville




#3008649 "Wide receiver is not a problem" [Phrase should be banned]

Posted by DaCityKats on 10 October 2014 - 10:11 AM

what truly gets lost in this discussion is the great job Pep Hamilton is doing as the OC for the colts. he calls plays to better fit his players on the field, and put his guys in position to win. Pep understands in order for the colts offense to be successful, Luck has to throw the at least 40+ times a game. and Luck is taking full advantage of his weapons, and playing at a very high level right now. very QB will have some bad balls, thats apart of the game.

 

Pep is from Charlotte, and came from that same power running scheme that sets up the playaction/ vertical throws that Stanford runs. he was Luck's OC their for a year or 2, now he has been with Luck in the NFL for 2 years. not a QB coach, but an OC, someone who has shown the ability to call plays, and adjust in game situations. 

 

but this team does need to upgrade the offensive weapons some more, including the OL. a speed WR has to be added as well, but one can be found later in the draft around rounds 2-4. but OL has to be the focus this offseason. 




#2993421 Steve Smith Is ON WFNZ Having A Confessional, Won't Let the Story End

Posted by DaCityKats on 01 October 2014 - 07:33 PM

moving on from 89 was the correct decision to make, the execution on that is where everything got screwed up at(sounds like the last 2 sundays). it sounds to me that 89 is just hurt from how all this went down, and not actually being released. I'm not mad at him for dropping these dime, 






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