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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Neverend"]


    Prince Amukamara is just as good as peterson. Doesn't get a lot of attention but I think he can even be better than peterson. Peterson's the better athlete and probably the best natural athlete in the draft, but Prince is slightly more polished and more disciplined than peterson who I've found to be somewhat overaggressive at times




    Peterson reminds me of suh. Amazing athlete but doesn't have too worry much about technique because he can dominate players with his amazing athleticism. I think peterson will struggle in the NFL, a bit. Especially against receivers that are quick, percise, and polished in their route running.




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    [/quote] Did U see the OSU game a few weeks ago[/quote]Did I see the game? I saw the game and WR Blackmon torched Amukamara and I even made a post about it under the "General Sports" section weeks ago(page 32). I'll go over there and bump it for you. I've made it clear plenty of times I personally think Patrick Peterson is the better cornerback. Not to say Prince is a bad corner, I just think PP has the edge and will be drafted higher. Please do me a favor and stop looking for an argument that is not there.
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    Dude is something wrong with U whats with the attitude. I was reading the postdid not know the gif was a seperate post. I think it would be pretty obvious the comment wasnt directed at U.Serious issues


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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Neverend"]


    Prince Amukamara is just as good as peterson. Doesn't get a lot of attention but I think he can even be better than peterson. Peterson's the better athlete and probably the best natural athlete in the draft, but Prince is slightly more polished and more disciplined than peterson who I've found to be somewhat overaggressive at times




    Peterson reminds me of suh. Amazing athlete but doesn't have too worry much about technique because he can dominate players with his amazing athleticism. I think peterson will struggle in the NFL, a bit. Especially against receivers that are quick, percise, and polished in their route running.




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    [/quote] Did U see the OSU game a few weeks ago[/quote]Did I see the game? I saw the game and WR Blackmon torched Amukamara and I even made a post about it under the "General Sports" section weeks ago(page 32). I'll go over there and bump it for you. I've made it clear plenty of times I personally think Patrick Peterson is the better cornerback. Not to say Prince is a bad corner, I just think PP has the edge and will be drafted higher. Please do me a favor and stop looking for an argument that is not there.
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    Dude is something wrong with U whats with the attitude. I was reading the postdid not know the gif was a seperate post.

    [/quote]Lol- You need to fill out one of these forms CORKY:



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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Neverend"]


    Prince Amukamara is just as good as peterson. Doesn't get a lot of attention but I think he can even be better than peterson. Peterson's the better athlete and probably the best natural athlete in the draft, but Prince is slightly more polished and more disciplined than peterson who I've found to be somewhat overaggressive at times




    Peterson reminds me of suh. Amazing athlete but doesn't have too worry much about technique because he can dominate players with his amazing athleticism. I think peterson will struggle in the NFL, a bit. Especially against receivers that are quick, percise, and polished in their route running.




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    [/quote] Did U see the OSU game a few weeks ago[/quote]Did I see the game? I saw the game and WR Blackmon torched Amukamara and I even made a post about it under the "General Sports" section weeks ago(page 32). I'll go over there and bump it for you. I've made it clear plenty of times I personally think Patrick Peterson is the better cornerback. Not to say Prince is a bad corner, I just think PP has the edge and will be drafted higher. Please do me a favor and stop looking for an argument that is not there.
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    Dude is something wrong with U whats with the attitude. I was reading the postdid not know the gif was a seperate post.




    [/quote]Lol- You need to fill out one of these forms CORKY:


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    Whatever guy Im not going to continue arguing with or even responding to your posts anymore. U seriously have problems or just a complete **** or both either waywhy dont Upost on your own draft thread and take a walk away from this one


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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    Update on the Clemson vs Florida State game at 8:00 pm. Christian Ponder is out due to injury and Sophomore QB E.J. Manuel will be starting in his place. I like Manuel's mobility but Ponder is a much better passer. E.J's young though and has plenty of time to develop. I just hope FSU can pull out a win tonight. Here's some highlights on EJ Manuel from last year (Freshman year): E.J. Manuel 2009 Highlights

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Redeyejedi"][quote user="heavyhitter"][quote user="Neverend"]


    Prince Amukamara is just as good as peterson. Doesn't get a lot of attention but I think he can even be better than peterson. Peterson's the better athlete and probably the best natural athlete in the draft, but Prince is slightly more polished and more disciplined than peterson who I've found to be somewhat overaggressive at times




    Peterson reminds me of suh. Amazing athlete but doesn't have too worry much about technique because he can dominate players with his amazing athleticism. I think peterson will struggle in the NFL, a bit. Especially against receivers that are quick, percise, and polished in their route running.




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    [/quote] Did U see the OSU game a few weeks ago[/quote]Did I see the game? I saw the game and WR Blackmon torched Amukamara and I even made a post about it under the "General Sports" section weeks ago(page 32). I'll go over there and bump it for you. I've made it clear plenty of times I personally think Patrick Peterson is the better cornerback. Not to say Prince is a bad corner, I just think PP has the edge and will be drafted higher. Please do me a favor and stop looking for an argument that is not there.
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    Dude is something wrong with U whats with the attitude. I was reading the postdid not know the gif was a seperate post.




    [/quote]Lol- You need to fill out one of these forms CORKY:


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    Whatever guy Im not going to continue arguing with or even responding to your posts anymore. U seriously have problems or just a complete **** or both either waywhy dont Upost on your own draft thread and take a walk away from this one

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="heavyhitter"]Update on the Clemson vs Florida State game at 8:00 pm. Christian Ponder is out due to injury and Sophomore QB E.J. Manuel will be starting in his place. I like Manuel's mobility but Ponder is a much better passer. E.J's young though and has plenty of time to develop. I just hope FSU can pull out a win tonight. Here's some highlights on EJ Manuel from last year (Freshman year): E.J. Manuel 2009 Highlights[/quote]

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    I have to agree with nevermind, scouts will tell you the same thing. Amakamura is the best cover CB in the draft this year. Peterson has better upside, and is a complete freak physically, but he is not a pure cover guy due to his discipline and technique.

    However, discipline and technique can be taught, petersons skill set can not.

    And I disagree on Suh not having technique, he had a complete game.

    I expect both Peterson and Amakamua both to be top 5 picks.

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    [quote user="slipknottin"]I have to agree with nevermind, scouts will tell you the same thing. Amakamura is the best cover CB in the draft this year. Peterson has better upside, and is a complete freak physically, but he is not a pure cover guy due to his discipline and technique. However, discipline and technique can be taught, petersons skill set can not. And I disagree on Suh not having technique, he had a complete game. I expect both Peterson and Amakamua both to be top 5 picks.[/quote]Yeah Im curious to see what kind of combine Amakamura has. Me I would rather have Patrick Peterson theres more to work with

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    [quote user="Redeyejedi"] Me I would rather have Patrick Peterson theres more to work with[/quote]

    I would think most teams feel that way. However, I expect Peterson to have somewhat of a rough start in the NFL. I think it may take him a season or 2 to really get down the proper technique to be a big time player.

    Amukamara I think is more NFL ready, but just doesnt have the upside. Though thats not to say Amukamara doesnt have the physical skills to be a top 10 CB in the NFL.
    6' 200 pounds, strong build, and probably will run around a 4.4 flat.

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    Re: A look at the 2011 NFL draft

    hey slipknottin: what is your level of involvement in football? Your analysis sounds like you could almost give Gruden a run for his money

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