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 Posted: Fri Apr 23rd, 2010 01:06 am
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Finally, Earl Thomas gets selected by Seattle.  Impact player.  Good pick for the hawks.



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Papa Voo wrote: Finally, Earl Thomas gets selected by Seattle.  Impact player.  Good pick for the hawks.
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Giants on the clock.  They need some defense.

Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee

Derrick Morgan, OLB, Georgia Tech

Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida

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Moron Fewell is the D-Coordinator, so I'll guess DB. Dan Williams is more of a 3-4 DT

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Or Jason Pierre-Paul

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Jason Pierre-Paul to the Giants.

 

Pass rush: Lined up on both sides of the defensive line (and stood up as an outside linebacker) and has the length, effort and closing speed to be a very good pass rusher. Has the height, length and excellent vertical jump to clog passing lanes. Gets to the pocket in a hurry against most tackles, but struggles to turn the corner against better linemen because of a lack of flexibility. Flashes ability to beat tight ends with quickness but is not consistent. Very raw in his pass-rush technique -- only capable of going outside and can bull rush effectively against lesser competition. Does not get off blocks to offer a secondary rush. Dances on the edge, even when running backs meet him to chip. Not effective on twists.


Run defense: Only fair change-of-direction agility for his size; he ends up on the ground too often when ballcarriers elude him. Uses his length and good effort to grab running backs coming through the hole if not engaged. Hustles to plays run away from him or downfield when fresh, but isn't fast enough to chase down running backs or mobile quarterbacks from behind. Does not know how to use his hands to get off blocks from tackles or tight ends. Often on the sideline in short-yardage situations because can't get low or stand his ground against strong tackles.


Explosion: Explodes out of his stance when rushing the passer out of a three-point stance, especially if the quarterback does not change up the snap count. Little pop into his man's jersey playing against the run game and typically was dominated by NFL-caliber tackles.

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Papa Voo wrote: Jason Pierre-Paul to the Giants.

 

Pass rush: Lined up on both sides of the defensive line (and stood up as an outside linebacker) and has the length, effort and closing speed to be a very good pass rusher. Has the height, length and excellent vertical jump to clog passing lanes. Gets to the pocket in a hurry against most tackles, but struggles to turn the corner against better linemen because of a lack of flexibility. Flashes ability to beat tight ends with quickness but is not consistent. Very raw in his pass-rush technique -- only capable of going outside and can bull rush effectively against lesser competition. Does not get off blocks to offer a secondary rush. Dances on the edge, even when running backs meet him to chip. Not effective on twists.


Run defense: Only fair change-of-direction agility for his size; he ends up on the ground too often when ballcarriers elude him. Uses his length and good effort to grab running backs coming through the hole if not engaged. Hustles to plays run away from him or downfield when fresh, but isn't fast enough to chase down running backs or mobile quarterbacks from behind. Does not know how to use his hands to get off blocks from tackles or tight ends. Often on the sideline in short-yardage situations because can't get low or stand his ground against strong tackles.


Explosion: Explodes out of his stance when rushing the passer out of a three-point stance, especially if the quarterback does not change up the snap count. Little pop into his man's jersey playing against the run game and typically was dominated by NFL-caliber tackles.


The next Jervon Kearse



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I like George Selvie better than Pierre-Paul

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Benlen wrote:
Papa Voo wrote: Jason Pierre-Paul to the Giants.

 

Pass rush: Lined up on both sides of the defensive line (and stood up as an outside linebacker) and has the length, effort and closing speed to be a very good pass rusher. Has the height, length and excellent vertical jump to clog passing lanes. Gets to the pocket in a hurry against most tackles, but struggles to turn the corner against better linemen because of a lack of flexibility. Flashes ability to beat tight ends with quickness but is not consistent. Very raw in his pass-rush technique -- only capable of going outside and can bull rush effectively against lesser competition. Does not get off blocks to offer a secondary rush. Dances on the edge, even when running backs meet him to chip. Not effective on twists.


Run defense: Only fair change-of-direction agility for his size; he ends up on the ground too often when ballcarriers elude him. Uses his length and good effort to grab running backs coming through the hole if not engaged. Hustles to plays run away from him or downfield when fresh, but isn't fast enough to chase down running backs or mobile quarterbacks from behind. Does not know how to use his hands to get off blocks from tackles or tight ends. Often on the sideline in short-yardage situations because can't get low or stand his ground against strong tackles.


Explosion: Explodes out of his stance when rushing the passer out of a three-point stance, especially if the quarterback does not change up the snap count. Little pop into his man's jersey playing against the run game and typically was dominated by NFL-caliber tackles.


The next Jervon Kearse


I truly hope you are right. Everything I've read about this guys led me to believe the Raiders would take him.



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Benlen wrote:
Principal_Raditch wrote: Eagles take Brandon Graham
WOW. That leaves Thomas to Niners if he's around.


I'm a Michigan fan who likes Graham but the knock on him from the "scouts" was always his speed. If you watch the game film, he's pretty fucking fast on the field. Nice pick, again, by the Eagles from the Wolverines. I wish the Giants would learn which Michigan guys to take (none good since Jumbo Elliott) and might learn something from the Eagles!:X



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LAF wrote: Papa Voo wrote: Wow!  Spiller to the Bills is the first surprise for me in the draft.Lynch has no burstHis car does!

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Derrick Morgan finally goes off of the board to the Titans.

 



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Chris OtL wrote: LAF wrote: Lynch has no burstHis car does!

In the man's defense though, he was driving a vehicle the size of a tank as an intoxicated 300-lb broad from Canada was tiptoeing across the street toward the Wonder Hostess store.

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Any guesses for the Niners?



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LAF wrote: Chris OtL wrote: LAF wrote: Lynch has no burstHis car does!

the Wonder Hostess store.

I love those stores by the way.



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