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  1. Bruh! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Ok I needed this laugh today lol ...
  2. 6'6" Over 7 foot wingspan? Could do worse. I'm on board... Carries 313 like 240...
  3. Big fan. I spoke about it in the other Nose Tackle thread. The guy is very athletic for 330 pounds. More active then you expect. Doesn't get gassed as quickly as you might think at that size. Like I said in the other thread, my nephew plays for Wisconsin so I haven't missed a game in the past few years. Garnered a double at all times and got a few of those Wisconsin LBs overdrafted by keeping them clean. How many 330 pound dudes can do a standing backflip with ease? Going to play a low budget Haloli Ngata role. Occupy 2 blockers and 2 gaps while keeping his LBs clean. He is gonna su
  4. Pees is probably looking for someone to play the low budget Haloti Ngata role in this D. Someone who can occupy 2 blockers and 2 gaps. I think the kid out of Wisconsin, Olive Sagapolu, has a better shot. Watched a lotta Wisconsin tape since my nephew plays for them. Crazy athletic to be 330 pounds. The kid can do a standing backflip in sand. Relentless and always garnered a double. Not flashy but will make some wow chase down plays every now and then. He had some injuries but if he's 100% he's definitely got a shot to make the roster.
  5. Ryan isn't exactly the best fade throwing qb in the league and that's putting it mildly...
  6. So if you are talking about in game speed, Hawkins has it in droves.
  7. Give me Quadree over this guy any day of the week. People forget Quadree, in an EXTREMELY limited sample size, averaged over 6 yards a carry and had 4 tds in his rookie year. Was able to get the edge on a few plays. He's also bigger and faster than this dude....
  8. I prefer a home run hitter like Hawkins to a tackle breaker. It's fickle. Tackle breaking doesn't always translate from college to the NFL due to the huge uptick in tackling by NFL defenders. Speed always translates. Esp acceleration which Hawkins has in spades. He's not gonna carry the load but if you have a guy on 3rd down that is a threat to take it to the house on any carry it threatens the defense more. With all the receiving threats the Falcons have now, should never see a loaded box. Hawkins in space is obviously dangerous. Helps that his oline coach is on the staff. He w
  9. What do you mean. Speed determines if you can get to the edge. Very important in the zone running that Smith implements.
  10. Thank you for the insight. I didn't watch every single Arkansas game. Good to have an honest opinion from a fan of that team...
  11. Right. He had 3 punt returns attempts in 4 years, zero receiving yards but rushed for a ton. So he later developed into a pass catching threat after becoming a pro. I'm not saying it's probable but it totally is possible Smith can design some scheme specific packages for Franks. I don't want a carbon copy of Hill. Franks actually can throw accurately. I just want people to get it into their heads that thinking outside the box can actually be beneficial...
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