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Old 05-07-2012, 02:08 PM   #46
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I've fairly given up on Trent Williams being a leader on offense, let along the oline, for the time-being. I wonder if LeRibeus can grow into that role within a season?!
Given that o-linemen tend to play well into their mid to late 30s, I would say that it is difficult for a 3rd year tackle to be consider the leader of the o-line, let alone the offense. When I think of o-linemen who were leaders of their units (and the team) I think of guys who have been around for a while like Jeff Saturday or former players like Jonathan Ogden.
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Old 05-07-2012, 02:12 PM   #47
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i dont think leribeus is going to play center for us, unless we shuffle the line due to injuries. i think its more likely theyre just giving him some looks at center to see how he does and give him some experience there. i see him competing for a starting guard position.
Third-round pick Josh LeRibeus spent almost all of his time working at center, after having played guard at SMU. His college coach, June Jones, said that’s the position he ultimately thinks LeRibeus will play because of his smarts. “He picked it up in one day like he’s been doing it his whole career,” Shanahan said.

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I've fairly given up on Trent Williams being a leader on offense, let along the oline, for the time-being. I wonder if LeRibeus can grow into that role within a season?!
Maybe we'll have several leaders on offense...so Trent can be a joint leader.
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Speaking of Trent...

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Maybe we'll have several leaders on offense...so Trent can be a joint leader.
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Third-round pick Josh LeRibeus spent almost all of his time working at center, after having played guard at SMU. His college coach, June Jones, said that’s the position he ultimately thinks LeRibeus will play because of his smarts. “He picked it up in one day like he’s been doing it his whole career,” Shanahan said.

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My guess he takes over the Center job and keeps it unless he gets hurt. I liked Montgomery cause he was better then Rabach but this kid sounds better at Center then Montgomery. I'm more concerned about the RT position right now, if Brown is the man he better be ready to play instead of him playing 1 or 2 games then getting reinjured.
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Maybe we'll have several leaders on offense...so Trent can be a joint leader.
That's f'n excellent!
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He has the body and mentality to play C.
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Third-round pick Josh LeRibeus spent almost all of his time working at center, after having played guard at SMU. His college coach, June Jones, said that’s the position he ultimately thinks LeRibeus will play because of his smarts. “He picked it up in one day like he’s been doing it his whole career,” Shanahan said.

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I think kory moves to center and libereus plays guard. Kory is better at center and you don't want a rookie qb and center
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I think kory moves to center and libereus plays guard. Kory is better at center and you don't want a rookie qb and center
I'm talking next year and beyond. This year I think Josh L. is a backup at center/guard.
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I think Kirk Cousins is so good and talented, he'll be pushing RGIII and LeRibeus for a spot at their starting positions. Yes, Kirk can hike it to himself and still throw. Kid is that goood!




That link on Trent. Not buying it. Making a mistake is a one time thing. Failing 4 drug tests is a habit and stupidity. Won't believe him till he's gone the rest of his career without a suspension.
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Maybe we'll have several leaders on offense...so Trent can be a joint leader.
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I'm talking next year and beyond. This year I think Josh L. is a backup at center/guard.
agree, I wouldnt expect much from McRib this year, but I expect him to have that versatility to play either G/C in Shanny's system. We still have major injury concerns with Kory L and Jamal Brown. Regardless of what Shanny has said about Brown, Im not gonna believe it until I see his play on the field. Compton could have the most impact of our olinemen draftees.
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agree, I wouldnt expect much from McRib this year, but I expect him to have that versatility to play either G/C in Shanny's system. We still have major injury concerns with Kory L and Jamal Brown. Regardless of what Shanny has said about Brown, Im not gonna believe it until I see his play on the field. Compton could have the most impact of our olinemen draftees.

Huh?

O line and Guard/Center in particular should be the most interesting battle this preseason. My depth chart would look like this right now:

Tackles:
Trent Williams, Jammal Brown

Guards:
Chris Chester
Maurice Hurt

Center:

Will Montgomery

Back Ups:
Willie Smith – Primary tackle back up
Tyler Polumbus – Tackle/Guard back up
Josh LeRibeus – Center/Guard back up
Adam Gettis - Center/Guard back up

Kory L. – starts season on PUP or IR (did they ever make that IR rule change?)



I with you in that Jammal Brown and Kory L are major concerns and i think theres a real good chance Kory L starts the season on PUP or IR, partly becuase it allows us to cary an extra man at a questionalbe position. If Hurt looks like crap im thinking Polumbus releaves him until Kory L is back in action.

It looks and feels like we have young depth on our interior, but what sucks is that we feel a little too young at those spots.
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Yeah, Im saying Compton could beat out Christopher Polumbus and Big Willie Style at the Tackle depth positions and if Jamal Brown is injuried, could see playing time.

It f*cking crazy, right?
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