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TigerBait1127
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re: The Stanford LB, how did he perform in camp?


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Slower and less productive than the guy we didn't draft, and half the board has been shitting on. But he has a motor. and is a gamer.



so we're comparing a undrafter player to a first round pick?

Must be a hell of a pickup






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SammyTiger
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I don't think he is anyway comparable to Jones. BUt half the people here think jones is going to just shite his pants on the sideline for a year and call it a career. and a solid amount of people think Chase tHOmas is the second coming of LT. Sorry it just irks mea bit, and i am still firmly on the "we shoulda drafted Jarvis JOnes" bandwagon, and losing BUtler doesn't seem to helping.





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TigerBait1127
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re: The Stanford LB, how did he perform in camp?


we'll have to make sure to draft on hindsight from now on





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SammyTiger
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we'll have to make sure to draft on hindsight from now on


Because who could foresee that an injury would leave us thin at OLB. We had three and after all only two can play. I mean what we need is Safety who can play nickleback






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TigerBait1127
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re: The Stanford LB, how did he perform in camp?


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Because who could foresee that an injury would leave us thin at OLB. We had three and after all only two can play. I mean what we need is Safety who can play nickleback



every position in the NFL, outside of RB is like that. Salary cap and roster limitations.

We had the worst safeties in NFL history last season. We made a free agent acquisition to take care of OLB and signed another to a long term deal. Injuries to a starter make you thin at any position






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