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Thread: OLB's / Pass Rushers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliott 1 View Post
    Could Quentin Coples play OLB in a 3-4??

    What about Cam Johnson and some of the other bigger DE's in this year's draft??

    Why is Andre Branch all over the place? I have seen him projected from the 1st to 4th round?

    What do you see as the best moves the Dolphins could make to improve the pass rush?
    Well, what we could have done a few months ago to improve the pass rush is sign Mark Anderson, who is now ripping it up with the Pats. And they of course signed G Brian Waters as well early in the season, and he's a first team Pro Bowler this year. Two more reasons to add to the list of why the Patriots are better than us year after year.
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    Nobody drafts a situational pass rusher with the 9th pick in the draft, but at the same time I would hate to see Mercilus go to one of our division rivals and we regret not taking him for the next 12 years.

    He looked really strong in that bowl game.
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    What about Melvin Ingram? I've heard lots of positive things about Upshaw but nothing about Ingram.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miami234ever View Post
    What about Melvin Ingram? I've heard lots of positive things about Upshaw but nothing about Ingram.


    http://www.finheaven.com/show...of-draft/page6
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    One name, Melvin Ingram. All he did at South Carolina was get to the QB. I think he's a great fit.
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    I want vontaze burfict so so bad
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    mercilus...2 sacks for his career before this season...red flag
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    Quote Originally Posted by next-year View Post
    I want vontaze burfict so so bad
    I was a big Burfict fan as an ASU alum, but he had a really bad senior year and an attitude problem. He gets penalized for late hits, helmet to helmet hits, hitting guys out of bounds, etc. He went from being a top ten pick to a guy that will be taken late in the first round, so we might as well not bother with him.
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    watching branch he moves pretty well and i'm seeing some pretty solid looking lateral agility and he looks ok when hes asked to drop...plays standing up an awful lot which is what i want to see for a 34 olb convert but he's got an average first step and lacks explosion and burst in his pass rush...i definitely think he's a 34 olb but i don't know how much success this guys gonna have going one on one against nfl tackles off the edge...

    watching melvin ingram the other day i saw a guy who played an awful lot with his hand in the dirt in a 3 point stance...an awful lot...very powerful player though...but i didn't see enough there to say to myself this guys a 34 olb convert...i guess i need to dig further for evidence
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    man...i seriously wonder if bruce irvin weighs 230 lbs...he looks awfully damn lean to me...explosive as hell...but lean
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