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He was solid against the run last year, but his lack of burst was apparent on passing downs. I think Ayers and Moore will more than make up for his absence.
Small school 7th round pick who spent the entire season on the practice squad last year. He's a long shot to make the team.
Since I watched him last year in the pre season he reminded me of Snee, seems like a good fit for him to slide in there. It would be nice to see a mid round pick finally work out for Reese.
Dynamic stretching though IIRC, which actually reduces the risk of injuries.
He had a good run, I mean he was collecting an NFL pay cheque for a few years.
I really don't think it requires a 30m press conference. The whole bullygate was blown way out of proportion, it's really a non issue.
Davis ran like a 5.1 shuttle...
Schwartz does not move very well. He's about 340, he gets around but by no means is mobility a strength of his. He's a power guy.
He's not Evan Mathis but he's also no Leonard Davis. Schwartz isn't exactly fleet of foot either, you don't have to exactly be twinkle to toes to be a guard in a zone scheme. Aiming points and angles...
Please hurry up training camp.
Snee will not be weak by any stretch. He's long know as one of the strongest guys in the league. His baseline strength levels are so far beyond that of most people, especially at his age. By the time...
At times Beatty sucks
Okay, maybe all the time
Why did he get paid?
Most Receiving Yards: 1. Victor Cruz 2. ODB 3. Ruben Randle
Most Receiving TDs: 1. Ruben Randle 2. Cruz 3. ODB
Most Receptions over 40 yards: 1. ODB 2. Cruz 3. RR
Most Rushing Yards: 1. Wilson 2....
A miss =/= reach. Teams follow their own evaluations and boards, I don't believe there are such things as reaches, just plain misses.
I love Pugh, but he wasn't by any stretch a top 100 player in the NFL.
I've read that as well. When Beatty got injured I can't even remember what our lineup was, all I know was that there was no other offensive linemen left on the bench if someone got injured.
The elliptical? You figure these players would be more educated than that.
Bengals too. Literally only a QB away. You don't need a HOFer, but a qb that can march the field in a 2m drill and not throw a pick still has its worth.
Absolutely does. This is the NFL though. He shouldn't be having these freshmen mental mistakes.
Yes, technique is coachable. Whether or not the player accepts the coaching and integrates into their game is another matter entirely. I'm not sure you can blame Flaherty for Beatty's technical...
It's not Brewers fault when Beatty was getting beat in 1 on 1 blocks. Sorry that excuse is just that. An excuse.
There are times where he shows strength in the run game, but this year never in the pass game. Power for linemen is all biomechanics. If you are mechanically (technically) out of kilter, you won't...
Eh... they slid both ways. Not having any numbers to back this up, but I would wager it was pretty even, though they may have slid right more earlier in the year, but I wouldn't say so towards the...
This. Time to get creative with him. Find a way to get him touches, but don't expect him to be the one to tug the load.