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Old 05-22-2024, 03:00 PM   #1
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Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

Armstrong, Payne seem like the obvious answer but could Quinn and Whitt move Luvu or Davis to end in pass rushing situations?

Ferrell is known as a quality DE who can rush but plays the run really well…maybe he plays on first down and then is replaced to a pass rusher. Fowler is old and I could see being replaced in his a pass rushing role
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Old 05-22-2024, 03:40 PM   #2
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

I can see Luvu being used in the Micah Parsons role here. He could be in for a big year sack wise.
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Old 05-22-2024, 04:49 PM   #3
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

Allen, I imagine he is energized by the coaches change.
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Old 05-22-2024, 07:15 PM   #4
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

Easy question it will be Daniels.
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Old 05-22-2024, 08:19 PM   #5
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

I'd say Armstrong. Kid has put up good sack numbers recently. Have always liked his length and 1st step. Hopefully a bunch of Commanders will be getting tons of sacks.
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Old 05-23-2024, 05:43 AM   #7
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

There is no obvious 10+ sack candidate on the roster. I can see Allen/Payne getting between 5-10 but the rest are unknowns. If Luvu can be Parsons-lite he could break 10+ this year. I'd say it's a good year for Armstrong/Fowler/etc if they get between 5-10.
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

The style of play should lead to significantly more sacks, IMO. That combined with improved LB play and greater depth of competent Edge pass rushers. We may not have a player with 10 sacks but, if we do, I would guess that Armstrong would be that man.
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Old 05-23-2024, 01:20 PM   #9
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

What's better, 1 guy with 10+ sacks and no more than 2-3 from anyone else, or 5-7 guys with 5-10 sacks? If we can get 40+ on the year, that's an improvement at least. I'll take a group effort over 1 guy being the focus. That's why we zeroed in on Young instead of going BPA.
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

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What's better, 1 guy with 10+ sacks and no more than 2-3 from anyone else, or 5-7 guys with 5-10 sacks? If we can get 40+ on the year, that's an improvement at least. I'll take a group effort over 1 guy being the focus. That's why we zeroed in on Young instead of going BPA.
I don't know that it necessarily matters team-wise how it's broken down, we just want as many sacks as possible. Gotta up our numbers from last year. Just gotta find a way to get to about 3.0 sacks per game.
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

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What's better, 1 guy with 10+ sacks and no more than 2-3 from anyone else, or 5-7 guys with 5-10 sacks? If we can get 40+ on the year, that's an improvement at least. I'll take a group effort over 1 guy being the focus. That's why we zeroed in on Young instead of going BPA.
I feel like I get what you're saying, but it reads like this:

"What's better, a team that gets more sacks or a team that gets less sacks?"

I used 10 sacks as an example because generally it's a pretty good year if a rusher gets 10+ sacks. Just because you have one guy that gets 10+ sacks doesn't mean everybody else has to suck lol.

I'll be happy if we have 5+ guys that all get between 5-10 sacks, because that means we are getting consistent pressure as a team which is the goal.
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Exactly, team effort.
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

Jamin Davis!
I expect him to be used as a rusher similar to how Quinn used Parsons.
Also, Davis is trash in coverage so what else is he gonna do?
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Old 05-24-2024, 02:52 AM   #14
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

It could be anybody. As really Davis could lead the pact. But not by much. Armstrong could give Davis a run for his money due to his youth. Dan Quinn is a defensive guru and could help the defense out so much.
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Re: Who will lead Washington in sacks this coming year?

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Jamin Davis!
I expect him to be used as a rusher similar to how Quinn used Parsons.
Also, Davis is trash in coverage so what else is he gonna do?
My thoughts exactly!
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