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Old 01-15-2013, 05:47 PM   #166
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Poyer is going to have to put on some weight after we draft him.
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does anyone else share my view of manti te'o? (nothing special)

don't see much more potential than someone like derek smith, can have a nice long career w plenty of starts - but don't see many (if any) pro bowls in his future.
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does anyone else share my view of manti te'o? (nothing special)

don't see much more potential than someone like derek smith, can have a nice long career w plenty of starts - but don't see many (if any) pro bowls in his future.
Manti Te'o = badass. I like the guy, he can play
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does anyone else share my view of manti te'o? (nothing special)

don't see much more potential than someone like derek smith, can have a nice long career w plenty of starts - but don't see many (if any) pro bowls in his future.


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Manti Te'o = badass. I like the guy, he can play

He was good enough to shine enough during the season to be the Heisman runner-up, mostly because of the INTs. However, I was looking for more from him against Alabama and I didn't see him have much of an impact at all...a few tackles, but much like the rest of that defense - he got dominated.

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does anyone else share my view of manti te'o? (nothing special)

don't see much more potential than someone like derek smith, can have a nice long career w plenty of starts - but don't see many (if any) pro bowls in his future.
I think he will be good. He might not be the next Ray Lewis but still a good solid Linebacker, like Sean Lee from the Cowboys, or James Laurinaitis from the Rams, I thought he would show up against Alabama but really only two players showed up for Notre Dame during that game at all, Nix the nosetackle had a good game, won some battles against Barret Jones, and Eifert.

But Te'o will be a solid starter, still he might end up developing into something better because the man has heart.
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Anyone notice Nick Florence from Baylor this year performing, statistically, very comparably to RGIII in the Art Briles' offense?

RGIII in 2011:
291 comp - 402 att, 4,293 yds, 37 TD, 6 INT
179 rushes, 699 yds, 3.9 avg, 10 TD

Florence in 2012:
286 comp - 484 att, 4,309 yds, 33 TD, 13 INT
139 rushes, 568 yds, 4.1 avg, 10 TD

Florence is supposed to be a 6th - 7th round pick (if that)... just saying... a flier as a back-up, back-up plan? (Ha)

Seriously though, those numbers aren't strikingly different... and if we start 2013 with Cousins under center while RGIII is still healing... we will need a 2nd string, preferably not Grossman.

I'm not saying this is the best use of one of our late round picks... but the dude learned under RGIII once before...
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To Los pandas point, I'm not going to agree or disagree with you. But ill say this; coming out of high school manti was highly touted. He played in the Hawaii vs land game and looked ok. I thought he was overrated. I then followed him slowly throughout his notre dame career and watched him get better and better. Then this game happened and I'm there thinking how the hell can the same guy whose making picks left and right and making big hits look like a division 3 LB?!? I think if the right team gets him(steelers, ravens) hell be good.

As to Hail to the Redskins post, I agree I would get Florence too because of his familiarity with rg3 and the offense. Hell you may not even need to give up a pick for him.


Also heres a good list of ''under the radar guys'' from SI
2013 NFL Draft: Stefphon Jefferson, Corey Lemonier, more underclassmen sleepers | Audibles - SI.com

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does anyone else share my view of manti te'o? (nothing special)

don't see much more potential than someone like derek smith, can have a nice long career w plenty of starts - but don't see many (if any) pro bowls in his future.
I don't know about that. Te'o has a more better upside than Derek Smith....I'd say he's more in the mold of Harry Carson or Ray Nitschke in terms of potential....if he's coached up and fits in the right defense.
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the derek smith comparison was in regards to how his career pans out, not his specific skill set, per se.

something like:
play 11+ years
have 160+ career starts
contribute to team w/o standing out in any area
earn trips to 0 pro bowls

i don't see much more than that in te'o's future, but it's not like that's a failure by any stretch. just don't expect him to be like patrick willis, giving you that kind of roi on your 1st round investment.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:44 PM   #178
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Um...

Manti Te'o's Dead Girlfriend, The Most Heartbreaking And Inspirational Story Of The College Football Season, Is A Hoax
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^^^ WTF??

Don't know anything about the guy, don't really follow college ball, but, really, this is pretty high on the all time douchebaggery list. From the article, his parents were in on it too.
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