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Thread: PFF: Most productive pass rushers (Wake)

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    Dolphin1972 Dolphins LogoJurassic WorldCam Wake 91

    Player PFF: Most productive pass rushers (Wake)

    Pass Rushing Productivity: The Story So Far

    Wake up

    Since the Dolphins started using Cameron Wake as a situational rusher back in 2009 it’s been abundantly clear that the former CFL star lives off hassling quarterbacks.
    That hasn’t always earned him the praise he’s due with the Dolphins struggles, but he’s consistently been among the best at generating pressure.
    In recent weeks the pressure has turned into more sacks, but even before that he was turning the corner on his way to a league leading 41 combined sacks, hits and hurries.
    It shouldn’t surprise anyone that he’s number two in the PRP ranks, slightly ahead of the Chiefs Justin Houston.

    click link to read more...https://www.profootballfocus.com/blo...-story-so-far/


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    he is a gret player
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    Where are all the "just because he was great in Canada means nothing because CFL players don't succeed in the NFL" posters now?







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    Cam Wake is the best "FIND" Miami has ever gotten. The guy is a beast. NEVER takes a play off. Never rests (without being told t o do so) and never gives up. He's the real deal. We should be proud to have this guy on our team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Where are all the "just because he was great in Canada means nothing because CFL players don't succeed in the NFL" posters now?
    Also, the same poster said something about cutting Randy Starks after the hummer incident because he was a marginal player. Yet to hear a retraction on that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post
    Also, the same poster said something about cutting Randy Starks after the hummer incident because he was a marginal player. Yet to hear a retraction on that...
    Yet we're always hearing about Jake alternatives, right?
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    For those who are counting, wasn't Wake an Ireland acorn?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d211757 View Post
    For those who are counting, wasn't Wake an Ireland acorn?
    Yep
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Where are all the "just because he was great in Canada means nothing because CFL players don't succeed in the NFL" posters now?
    I still say because a player is great in Canada means nothing in the big picture. Wake has been great for us but is the exception and not the rule. The canadian league is comprised of players that are fringe practice squaders at best. There is some talent there but no defensive player in the modern era has had the impact of Cameron Wake. There still hasnt been some wave of success coming out of Canada but there has been two pro bowl players in Wake and Browner. I was wrong on Wake but nobody knew he would be the beast that he is. Plenty of NFL Gms were watching him and still nobody got in some huge bidding war for him , we got him relatively cheap for his awesome production in canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by d211757 View Post
    For those who are counting, wasn't Wake an Ireland acorn?
    Maybe some like to only count certain years for Ireland, if you give him wake you have to give him pat white
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