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Power I last won the day on February 8 2011

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  1. How in the world did he only have 20 more snaps than Shelby?
  2. Well when you say the words "elite" and "cornerback" regarding his backpedal and flip, I immediately thought of Trufant because that's his best attribute. If he's not comparable then I wouldn't use those words. Does he have the ability to be an elite safety doing it? Sure, but he's never going to be confused with a cornerback. It's not an insult to compare him to the Brian Dawkins' of the world, who wasn't comparable to cornerbacks either. And sure he got better as the season went on, most all rookies do. I still don't think he was an elite man coverage safety.
  3. I don't know, I wasn't blown away with his coverage last year. I'm sure he has the ability, but I don't know that I would call his ability to flip and cover elite by any means. Compare that video you posted to Trufant's and it's not even close.
  4. I think that's only because people kept saying he was good. He never really produced anything but a jelly belly.
  5. I don't think RG is that big of a deal. If Wes can't hold it down and Harlow isn't ready, I fully expect a trade like we did for Levitre. Dimitroff isn't dumb enough to stall our entire offense because of one guard.
  6. The success of these linebackers depends solely on Poe and Jarrett. Keep them clean, they'll dominate. I think Jones and Riley also aren't the strongest tacklers. That gang tackling mentality has to be there for us to be successful. If all three linebackers get to the ball carrier, he's going down. If they're trying to take on Adrian Peterson in the hole by themselves...not happening. Neal is going to have to have their backs at all times and I genuinely think he's good enough to do it.
  7. Massive change, but they have the secondary flipped.
  8. Right. Like Mike Smith.
  9. He, just like us, doesn't have access to a lot of the things that matter. He's not in the interview room. He doesn't know most of their characters, besides what he hears second hand. He doesn't know their drive or their capacity to handle pressure. He looks at film and grades them accordingly. He's right a lot of times on that, but the rest of the stuff matters just as much if not more. Clausen might physically have been a better prospect than Matt Ryan, but one of them is now an MVP because of all of the intangibles.
  10. I think any combination of Clayborn, Shelby, Crawford, Jarrett, Poe, and Hageman on the line with Beasley at SLB and Neal in the box will shut down most any run game.
  11. I'd probably say Stafford before Rodgers. Either way, I doubt many can do it at Favre's age.
  12. He didn't bring in Osi and a lot of those players are role players at best.
  13. This is correct. It amazes me that Quinn is lauded for starting a 1st, 2nd, and 4th round pick on defense when Smitty started more undrafted AND high round picks. It wasn't playing them, which he did, it's that our picks had no talent.
  14. And at this point in his proven pro career, Freeman's scouting report would say that he compares to LaDanian Tomlinson. I don't know about you, but I'm not trading a poor man's LT for a poor man's unproven Bo Jackson.