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    Re: hooshoops prospect takes...

    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    by the way i bet someone pulls the trigger on that kicker hopkins by the end of the 4th round...wouldn't surprise me if it was in the 3rd...that kids a really good looking kicker for the next level...i'd trade carp and his mullet for him right now
    I wouldn't mind having him either but he has had a bad habit of missing kicks that come back to bite FSU. Not necessarily with the game on the line but in close games where every point counts...like the frigging Orange Bowl tonight.

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    I wouldn't mind taking X. Rhodes in the first if we can get a big time WR in FA. I would be especially happy if we could trade back and take him at about 18-20.

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    no illinois tonight against flo st reminds me of davon bess...i'll let you guys figure it out...
    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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    I was waiting to see Bjorn Werner dominate an inferior team...never happened. That was disappointing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by datruth55 View Post
    I was waiting to see Bjorn Werner dominate an inferior team...never happened. That was disappointing.
    no doubt...i don't even think he sniffed the qb as a pass rusher...might have been saving himself though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    no doubt...i don't even think he sniffed the qb as a pass rusher...might have been saving himself though...
    He was in the backfield a lot but not in pursuit...not like him at all. Seemed to be focused on containing Lynch and funneling everything to the LBs. Didn't provide for a great stat line but was very effective. His presence was felt, I believe, because Lynch will kill over pursuit and he didn't do **** last night.

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    If you were expecting Bjoern Werner to have a big pass rushing day against an option offense with the most productive rushing quarterback in FBS football, then I think the problem lay not with Werner but with your expectations.

    Werner was spilling and spying the entire game, and that was when he wasn't being straight up pulled out to play coverage linebacker.

    There were very few real pass rush opportunities in the game, but when they did happen, Werner got his licks in.
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    yeah i get that he was being asked to do different things yesterday than just fire off the edge as a pass rusher...so it really didn't effect anything too much for me with him...feel the same i always have...some reservations about his pass rush at the next level...

    but nothing like the reservations i have about sam montgomery as a pass rusher

    anyways hoping tonight is a better game...but i kinda wonder if it will be one that is within double digits at the start of the 4th...definitely shouldn't be as blatant as last nights game was...no ill had the 120th rated schedule in 1aa this year...i mean that's a joke we had to watch that
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    Florida State are such chokers on offense that game should have been put away way earlier than it was.

    This Louisville-Florida game is nuts. Teddy Bridgewater is tearing Florida to pieces.
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    Sam Montgomery's name appearing on that list from the LSU strength coach as one of the guys that he won't answer questions about to scouts because they are all selfish men that miss workouts and always have excuses...I wonder if that moves the needle for NFL teams or if the scouts consider it a meanngless motivation tool used by the strength coach.
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