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Thread: Yeatman to be our new RT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY8123 View Post
    This isn't a misconception at all, it does have a little to do with endurace, overall arm length and build but strength is strength and overall the more of any weight you can do the better.

    Last week I benched 225 to failure just to see how I measured up, this slightly fat, not in the best shape of his life, nearly 40 year old put up 225 24 times. I should not have more endurance or strength than a starting NFL lineman in the prime of his life.
    Only further proves why this measurement is not a perfect tool for evaluating players. Put you in front of either of these players and you spend most of your time on your back or tossed like a ragdoll.

    Note- They are also very serious about technique. You can't just bounce it off your chest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by finomenal View Post
    It sure didn't take him long to he over 300 pounds. That's a great indicator of his work ethic. He should have the skill set it takes in the zone blocking scheme since he used to be a TE. We'll see if it pans out.
    I have been advocating this for sometime. Further, Yeatman used to play lacrosse so he has some mobility.
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    I'd like us to sign either Wallace or Jennings
    then make a play for Sebastian Vollmer for either right or left tackle
    then use the #12 pick on Chance Warmack while going DE or WR in the second round

    NOW that would be an offensive line with Martin(23),Pouncey(23),Warmack(22),(Vollmer(28),Incognito(29)

    Instead of counting on unknowns such as Yeatman and Samuda to be starters
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    Quote Originally Posted by finomenal View Post
    That's okay. You can take the NFL's word for it, and I'll side with science. This isn't opinion. It's a fundamental, physiological fact and it's been well known for decades. You don't need to take my word for it, either. The information is out there for anyone to read.
    You act like the NFL doesn't use a team of doctors from various fields to determine their test. Your logic would prevail when sampling random guys at the gym, but you aren't. The test group is elite level athletes and if one of them only reps 16 he is weaker then the guy doing 20 every day of the week. He might beat him using a different skill set such as speed or footwork but head to head he loses.
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    Sign Levitre in FA, and draft Matthews or one of those Michigan guys at OT in a trade down in round 1. If OG Cooper falls to the second, you snag him too.
    Martin, Levitre, Pouncey, Cooper, Matthews
    Garner, Samuda, Cook, Jerry, Yeatman

    Not a bad lineup...lots of flexibility on starters and bench.

    In second round: go bpa on D, TE Ertz, and WR Bailey
    Third round: WR Swopes

    Add bpa on D in rounds 4 and 5.


    Add in WR Jennings and TE cook/Bennett in FA, and all of a sudden, Tanne has just what he needs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Omen View Post
    Houck was here for the 2 Saban years... Isn't he coaching for another team right now? Why would a o-line coach from another team be coaching up our guys?
    I don't know if he coaches for another team. I don't think anything precludes a coach from offering specialized training in the offseason to anyone who can pay for it. A lot of guys from different teams train together in the offseason.
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    Jason Peters started out as an undrafted TE as well. This could actually be a pretty good move for us, especially using a ZBS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Omen View Post
    Houck was here for the 2 Saban years... Isn't he coaching for another team right now? Why would a o-line coach from another team be coaching up our guys?

    Hes 70 yrs old and retired. Doing contract work without traveling is a godsend to a man his age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorFlaFin View Post
    Hes 70 yrs old and retired. Doing contract work without traveling is a godsend to a man his age.
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    I thought I read he was still coaching somewhere at least a year ago, wasn't sure if he currently was or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valandui View Post
    Jason Peters started out as an undrafted TE as well. This could actually be a pretty good move for us, especially using a ZBS.

    jason peters should have been drafted but see yeatman as nowhere near this kind of prospect
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