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Damathe22 months
For crying out loud! He cheated on a drill! He beat the guy out of the break...
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LSU99922 months
Some people think oh he went to LSU so I have to believe every player from LSU is elite. It`s ok to not believe they all deserve to be the greatest. He had/has the talent. He was better as a hungry for football kid when he came to LSU. Didn`t see the same talent after the first season. When he gets burned in the opening weeks and just phantom slips or trips, pulls a hamstring there will be more excuses from "die hards" in here. The level of talent he will face day in and day out will show and prove. He`s still better and got more money than me, so he`s good.
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blueboxer111922 months
Unpopular opinion (especially now), but Ricks was better than Stingley.

Sorry not sorry.

If you just watch them play with no names, etc, Ricks played better.
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Enjuhnear22 months
Stingley will probably will have had one the best freshman CB seasons at LSU. If Ricks was better why didn't he get that NIL money. LOLOLOLOL.
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FlyinTiger9322 months
Texans don’t have a quality qb. Every team will feast on them.
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SomeLSUguy22 months
I think you are sorely underestimating Davis Mills... He was the best/2nd best rookie QB last year behind Mac Jones (debatable in areas). He's no Joe Burrow, but I'd bet he is better than half the QB's in the league after this year.
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BigDropper22 months
obviously this was just a drill... in practice.
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Tiger36522 months
How does a guy change direction that fast and still remain square with the receiver? The guy was on a free release.
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Big Gorilla22 months
Cause he knew the route.
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Gus Tinsley23 months
Big deal....he will get “hurt” halfway through the season and spend the last 8 games on the sidelines....
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RightWingTiger22 months
So called “Fans” like U are really just the worst. Uve somehow convinced urself that Stingley faked an injury & then was able to trick the Docs into performing an unnecessary surgery, putting his lifelong dream of being drafted at the top of the 1st round in serious jeopardy. But he sure showed LSU didn't he? He successfully dodged having to practice & play several games!!!
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LSUtiger8922 months
You know what they saying about when you assume.
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Sevensblue23 months
Wearing the 24 was something he should’ve never given up. The #7 got serious voodoo
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jscrims22 months
Maybe recently but there are some legends and Super Bowl champions who wore that number still playing at a very high level in the NFL.
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Big Gorilla23 months
Looked like a drill where he knew the route better than the wr. Nice play but that happens in practices everyday.
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RightWingTiger22 months
Thats likely the reason they put “Easy Interception” in the title of the story.
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BigDawg042023 months
Stingley will be an All-Pro corner. Book it.
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Solo Cam23 months
If his daddy will let him off the nipple the kid has the best ball skills I've seen in 20+ years
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Dickses23 months
Fathers need to stay in theur children's lives,helps keep the inbred predators away
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Zoso23 months
inbred predators = posse
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YardEngr1123 months
He needs to stay healthy.
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FLObserver23 months
Believe the kid will be a top db in the NFL in a year or 2. It was no flunk his freshman year. He just lost interest the last 2 years. With him focused he will return to form.
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gpttigers23 months
Good luck to Sting. Can't take away his freshman year in spite of the 2 years that followed. At the time, we probably were all a little bitter that TM7 got booted and now he is beloved.
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SaintLSU23 months
You said interceptions. Where is the other or others?
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