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  • Clelin and Jonah had their moments that game. It was definitely a battle.
    Trickalicious - I don't think it is fair that the division rivals get to play the Lions twice. The Lions NEVER get to play the Lions, let alone twice.

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    • Some chatter of Kyler Murray taking the NFL route and being a 1st Round pick.
      I’ll point out Patrick Mahomes was projected in the 2nd-3rd round two years ago today.

      Could be interesting.

      Originally posted by Panoptes View Post

      Watch #42 on that play. He beat a double team with a quick first step, (edit: club rip) move and sped past the 2nd blocker to get pressure. That's what I'm taking about.

      Ferrell (one on one) got the sack because the left handed QB rolled his way after being flushed by #42 off his mark, assisted by the RB that tripped the OLT.

      #42 on his own got to the QB almost simultaneously from across the other side of the D front while beating a double team.
      Yup Wilkins made an incredible move on that play too. He dominated in that game.
      Wonder if the Bama RB touched the feet of Jonah Williams on that play... leading to Williams falling on his ass. It’s really close.
      If not, simply Ferrell kicking Williams’ ass.
      AAL 2018 - Teez Tabor

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      • Stanford RB Bryce Love had surgery on his ACL in December. His stock will definitely take a hit. Had he went last year he’d have been a sure fire first rounder. After the injury and down year they’re projecting him in day 2 or 3.

        Hell if he lasted to our pick in the 3rd round I’d be all over it.

        Kerryon Johnson and a speedy Bryce Love. Count me in for a run first team.
        F#*K OHIO!!!

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        • A 3rd rd pick on a guy who probably won’t reasonably contribute next year? On this team?

          too many holes to be drafting someone to sit in the hot tub for a year

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          • Originally posted by Nick Pappageorgio View Post
            A 3rd rd pick on a guy who probably won’t reasonably contribute next year? On this team?

            too many holes to be drafting someone to sit in the hot tub for a year
            I agree that we need help elsewhere but a 3rd round pick for a no shit 1st rounder. That's a lottery ticket that I'd gladly take. 2 stud RBs isn't something that I'd shy away from. Love is the next Chris Johnson IMO.
            F#*K OHIO!!!

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            • I'm a Stafford supporter and I'm all for a bluechip defensive player @ #8 but after watching some footage of Drew Lock.. I wouldn't be mad if we drafted. Quinn and the Lions won't but I'd seriously consider it then trading Stafford next year. They could get a first rounder for him.
              F#*K OHIO!!!

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              • Crap.. What am I saying?

                Best defensive player.. best defensive player.. best defensive player
                F#*K OHIO!!!

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                • I thought I was the only one drinking in here.

                  D E F E N S E
                  SHOW me, don't TELL me. Still waiting....

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                  • Originally posted by Panoptes View Post
                    I thought I was the only one drinking in here.
                    You're not the only one.. cheers!
                    F#*K OHIO!!!

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                    • Originally posted by jaadam4 View Post
                      Stanford RB Bryce Love had surgery on his ACL in December. His stock will definitely take a hit. Had he went last year he’d have been a sure fire first rounder. After the injury and down year they’re projecting him in day 2 or 3.

                      Hell if he lasted to our pick in the 3rd round I’d be all over it.

                      Kerryon Johnson and a speedy Bryce Love. Count me in for a run first team.
                      I agree. The only other thing that gives me pause is he isn't much stronger running the ball then AA. Seems to be able to get tackled a little easier then he should. I could be wrong though on that.
                      Trickalicious - I don't think it is fair that the division rivals get to play the Lions twice. The Lions NEVER get to play the Lions, let alone twice.

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                      • The thing that may hurt the Lions the most in the future from last week was TB hiring Arians, and his insistance that Winston is their QB. That takes them away from the QB sweepstakes and they would seem to need a CB. They could also need a OT <fingers crossed>.
                        Trickalicious - I don't think it is fair that the division rivals get to play the Lions twice. The Lions NEVER get to play the Lions, let alone twice.

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                        • A’s use marketing experts to help convince Kyler Murray to choose baseball

                          Posted by Mike Florio on January 14, 2019, 10:22 AM EST
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                          As the Oakland A’s try to convince Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray to choose baseball over football, the A’s are trying to show Murray how much money he can make playing baseball. Beyond baseball-playing money.

                          Via Jane Lee of MLB.com, the A’s brought marketing executives from the league office to Sunday’s sit-down with the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner. The marketing executives presented information regarding the money Murray could earn away from the field. Which obviously would add to his bottom line.

                          Of course, Murray could earn plenty of off-field money in football, too. Possibly much more than he could earn in baseball, given the position he’ll play if he enters the NFL. Quarterbacks sell, and franchise quarterbacks can make plenty of money from marketing deals.

                          For now, the expectation remains that Murray will apply for early entry to the NFL draft today, since that will keep both the baseball and football doors wide open. And he’ll apparently wait as long as possible to pick one or the other.
                          Trickalicious - I don't think it is fair that the division rivals get to play the Lions twice. The Lions NEVER get to play the Lions, let alone twice.

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                          • https://www.pewterreport.com/east-we...rgets-defense/

                            Some players for the Buccaneers to consider in the East-West Shrine Game. DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

                            Texas DE Landis Durham – 6-3, 255
                            Texas A&M has produced some good defensive linemen over the years, and Durham was a two-year starter that was very productive. He recorded 22.5 tackles for loss and 17.5 sacks over the past two years, along with three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Durham is a relentless pass rusher with long arms and a strong motor. He notched 10.5 sacks as a junior and then had seven as a senior. With a stronger statistical finish, Durham could have landed in the Senior Bowl. Durham is viewed as either a 4-3 defensive end or a 3-4 rush linebacker at the next level.



                            Sam Houston State DE Derick Roberson – 6-4, 250
                            Roberson was a Texas commitment that transferred to the Bearcats and had a tremendous senior season. He recorded 68 tackles, 20.5 tackles for loss, 15 sacks and five forced fumbles last year at Sam Houston State. Roberson recorded 123 tackles, 23 sacks, eight pass breakups, seven forced fumbles and one interception in his three-year career for the Bearcats.

                            Angelo State DE Markus Jones – 6-3, 260
                            Was dominant at the Division II level, as a two-time Lonestar Conference Defensive Player of the Year Honors, and Gene Upshaw Award winner, which honors the best Division II lineman. Jones was a finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which is Division II equivalent of the Heisman Trophy. Jones led all NCAA defenders with 36.5 tackles for loss in 2018, in addition to 17.5 sacks, 17 quarterback hurries, four forced fumbles, two blocked kicks and 84 tackles. Jones has a nice mix of speed and power and will test his skills against better completion in St. Petersburg.



                            Arkansas DT Armon Watts – 6-5, 298
                            Watts was a late bloomer at Arkansas, only playing in six games in his first three years in college. Emerging as a starter in 2018, Watts used his strong hands and athleticism to record seven sacks from the defensive tackle position. Watts also recorded 49 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and deflected two passes at the line of scrimmage. Watts could be a late-round steal that could increase his draft stock with a good showing in St. Petersburg.

                            LINEBACKERS

                            Maryland LB Tre Watson – 6-2, 236
                            Watson had 108 tackles, five interceptions, three tackles for loss, three pass breakups, one fumble recovery, one sack and one defensive touchdown in his lone season at Maryland after transferring from Illinois. Playing for defensive coordinator Hardy Nickerson, Watson was a three-year starter, recording 188 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, 2.5 sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery. Watson is a thick, fast linebacker with a great feel for dropping in coverage. Watson is a local product and a former Tampa Catholic High School standout.

                            DEFENSIVE BACKS

                            Kentucky CB Derrick Baity – 6-3, 190
                            Baity might be the most talented cornerback at the East-West Shrine Game. At 6-foot-3, with long arms, Baity was the top cover cornerback for Kentucky in 2018, and finished his career with 148 tackles, six interceptions, 25 pass breakups, two forced fumbles and one fumble recover. Baity wins with his size and can really high-point the ball. He’s physical in coverage and an aggressive tackler. While not a burner, Baity has decent recovery speed and uses his length to hassle receivers. Baity is a Tampa native and attended Plant High School.



                            Mississippi State DB Jamal Peters – 6-2, 220
                            Peters is a dynamic athlete with experience at cornerback and safety. He’s got a tremendous mix of speed and striking ability and loves to attack the ball and the ball carrier. Peters was a four-year starter for the Bulldogs and recorded 99 tackles, three interceptions, including a pick-six, and 10 pass breakups at Mississippi State, in addition to two forced fumbles and a fumble recover. Peters was also a very good special teams player for the Bulldogs.



                            Troy CB Blace Brown – 6-0, 191
                            Brown started his career at wide receiver before switching to cornerback as a sophomore. He had six picks in 2016 and then had five, including a pick-six, as a junior. Teams stayed away from Brown and he only had one INT as a senior, but it was a big one that sealed Troy’s 24-21 upset of LSU in Death Valley. Brown, who is lauded for his football IQ, finished his Trojans career with 111 tackles, 16 pass breakups, 12 interceptions, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and half a sack.



                            Miami CB Michael Jackson – 6-1, 205
                            At 6-foot-1, 205 pounds, Jackson is a physical specimen that is really put together. He’s a confident, smooth athlete with good hands and good leaping ability. After being a part-time starter his first two years, Jackson emerged as a starter as a junior and recorded the only four interceptions of his Hurricanes career. Jackson is a good tackler, but didn’t force a fumble. Yet he recovered two, including one for a touchdown. Jackson is also a good blitzer off the edge, evidenced by his 3.5 sacks over the past two years. Jackson had 97 tackles, 11 passes defensed and four interceptions at Miami, but didn’t record a pick as a senior.



                            SMU CB Jordan Wyatt – 6-1, 195
                            Wyatt was a ballhawk at SMU since his days as a freshman. The four-year starter has solid hands and very good instincts that allowed him to record 11 career interceptions, including four picks in both he 2016 and ’17 seasons. He also had a pair of pick-sixes in each of those seasons, and forced a fumble on a corner blitz sack and then recovered for a touchdown. Wyatt is a good tackler and a good athlete. He recorded 146 tackles, 21 pass breakups, 11 picks, eight forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries for the Mustangs.



                            Temple S Delvon Randall – 6-1, 215
                            Randall, a three-year starter for the Owls, is a versatile safety capable of playing in the box or in the defensive backfield where he shows off his range in coverage. He had three straight seasons with at least 65 tackles and four interceptions at Temple. Randall finished his collegiate career with 246 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 12 interceptions, 11 passes defensed, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one sack and one touchdown. Arians coached at Temple and defensive coordinator Todd Bowles played for the Owls and will both be watching Randall closely.



                            Wyoming S Andrew Wingard – 6-0, 214
                            Wingard is a big, physical safety that had a tremendous amount of production at Wyoming with 454 tackles as a four-year starter. He tackles a bit high, but is relentless and usually gets the ballcarrier down. Wingard can play deep in coverage, but is best around the line of scrimmage and is an active blitzer. He had 25 tackles for loss, 10 interceptions, eight pass breakups, five forced fumbles, four sacks and one fumble recovery for the Cowboys.


                            Trickalicious - I don't think it is fair that the division rivals get to play the Lions twice. The Lions NEVER get to play the Lions, let alone twice.

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                            • East-West Shrine Week

                              East-West Shrine Week
                              Draft Season is here, starting with East-West Shrine week. Josh Norris reviews the roster position by position and the top 15 prospects attending.
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                              Trickalicious - I don't think it is fair that the division rivals get to play the Lions twice. The Lions NEVER get to play the Lions, let alone twice.

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                              • To me, the East-West Shrine Game is about identifying the 20 or so prospects that will make an impact in the NFL. That’s different than the Senior Bowl. 80-plus percent of the Senior Bowl roster will be drafted and many will be given an immediate chance, to the point they have to play themselves out of an opportunity. Few who participate during Shrine week will have the same experience.

                                Recent alumni include: Phillip Lindsay, Justin Jackson, Poona Ford, PJ Hall, Bilal Nichols, Kenny Young, Chase Edmonds, DaeSean Hamilton, Brian Allen, Deadrin Senat, Chad Thomas, Kentavius Street, Avonte Maddox, Tre Flowers, Joe Thuney, Javon Hargrave, Fabian Moreau, Justin Simmons, Dean Lowry, Graham Glasgow, Robby Anderson, De’Vondre Campbell, Alex Lewis, Anthony Brown, Brian Poole, Brandon Shell, Elijah McGuire, Xavier Woods, Deatrich Wise, Geronimo Allison, Derek Watt, Jamon Brown, Mark Glowinski, John Miller, Justin Coleman and many more.
                                Trickalicious - I don't think it is fair that the division rivals get to play the Lions twice. The Lions NEVER get to play the Lions, let alone twice.

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