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  1. Alot more than u make on 80% disability, so shhh w/ the war stoiries that impress no one. And try to learn something while youre at it. Capcihe'?
  2. OK, so U shoot civilians in useless wars that we're doomed to lose. And you know nothing aboUt football, so shut your mouth.
  3. Did a pretty good job of what? He wasnt in a 5 technique. He's never played a 5 in the NFL, I doubt he's ever played a five in his life. Devito is your best bet IMO. Maybe Pouha. But if Gholston is at LE come the regular season you guys will have a serious problem.
  4. C'mon man. It goes without saying that Im just giving an opinion. And my opinion is that Gholston doesnt have hardly a prayer of doing the job that Shaun Ellis does, or Kendal Langford, or Rich Seymour. In a 4-3 he can bring it off the edge a la Cam Wake, but Vernon Carey, Sebas Vollmer, Jared Gaither etc, those guys would destroy him. Just my opinion of course.
  5. Free? Im trying to decide how much Im gotin to charge him for taking it off of his hands
  6. Not sure where youre going with this one. In a hybrid 46 look: In this look, Ellis is heads up (perhaps inside) on the RG, and the DL has covered all three of our interior lineman to discourage any inside run. As you can see, theres no ont protecting Bart Scott from Vernon Carey, this is not a look you will see often, especially in a short yardage situation. Or a true 46: Here there are 2 DEs and 2 DTs, 2 ILBS, 2OLBs, 2 S and one corner, in response to a heavy set 2RB 2 TE 1 WR formation from the offense. But in either case, the LDE is either over the G or the T, with
  7. Shhh. Youre just jealous b/c no one made a thread in your honor . Im a big deal around here, so get used to it. By Week 3, Ill be even bigger, and by the end of the season, I'll own this Mofo. Suggest you make a note of it.
  8. Lol @ bull rushed everybody. Ive saw him get some PT early last year when Pace was out, and yeah, hed looked a little stiff/clumsy. All Im saying is based on what Ive seen, his logical role is as a pass rusher in a 4-3 look. I think asking him to be a two gapper is putting him in a position to fail.
  9. There are alot of different ways to play it, depending on if youre a one gap or two gap team. But if youre a 3-4 team and you dont have a big guy covering the RT, youre in trouble. Say you shade your LDE outside the TE or in the TE-RT gap, youve created great blocking angles for a blockdown and pull by the TE-RT. Or if your end is in a 7 technique, the offense can seal outside with the TE, leaving a RT a free pass to the 2nd level and your LBs, then its Katie bar the door. In a 4-3 you can afford to have your end outside the TE b/c you have two DTs, a 1 and 3 technique. With just a NT in the 3
  10. Thats what I dont think youre understanding. What he did in college is not similar to a 3-4 end at all. In a 3-4 you cant just fly up the field a la Freeney or Jared Allen. Watch Douglas and Ellis, theyre lined up over the tackles, taking them on, holding the point and controling thier gap(s). They arent flying upfield looking for the QB until they read/play run first. Thats not Gholston's game. He's a Freeney, 4-3, fly up field guy, and if Freeney had to play the 5 tech, he'd stink too.
  11. No I dont think that, Im wondering why you would even try to say that I do.
  12. Its not that simple. He cant just gain 15 lbs and start playing the 5 technique anymore than he can lose 20 lbs and play safety. There is technique involved, years of coaching, playing experience, etc that have to be learned. Thats the main reason he struggled at OLB, he couldnt pick up the nuances/techniques, it wasnt his lack of size or athleticism, he has those in spades. I think Devito or Pitututu (sp?) are your candidates at end, with Gholston as your 3rd down pass rusher. We'll see what happens.
  13. Yeah I agree. The good coaches are the ones who squeeze every out unce of potential out of thier team, however much that is. That might mean 4-12 if youre the Bucs/Lions. Or 12-4 if youre the Jets/Patriots etc. I liked the way the Jets coaching staff simplified thier offensive game plans late in the year, and allowed thier running game and defense to take over. Those are the strengths of the team, and they can be ridden a long way. Im interested to see whether Sanchez will be unleashed this year, and if so, how much. There are alot of weapons to throw to, but the temptation to stick w/
  14. You realize these are padless, non contact drills right? Theres no 330 LB man attacking him, trying to drive him 10 yds downfield play after play after play. Also, Rex is a pretty candid guy, but its not prudent for a coach to broadcast that a player isnt doing well, especially to the media. You could offend/embarass the player, hurt his confidence, or more importantly, broadcast your weakness to opposing teams. Its not a good idea on several levels. I keep hearing how Chris Clemons is doing well at FS for us, but I wont believe a word of it until I see him in in pads, in a game, making plays
  15. who told u about this site?

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