blunttokinplaymaker Posted October 17, 2009 Author Share Posted October 17, 2009 Why is it when someone is constantly saying 'trust me' i dont trust them at all?This guy is NOT better than all our DTs. He shows up fat and out of shape to camp and plays like it every week...at least, when he's not injured.Word around the league is he was overrated for his draft position, doesnt study his playbook, plays as an individual and not as a 'team', and is a season-ending injury waiting to happen. He may have BEEN a beast, but chances are he peaked in college and his only way to go is down.All that aside, MAYBE if he came here (practically for free would be the only way i would take this guy) our coaching staff could possibly do something with him to revive his play. He would make a nice addition to our rotation, but he's not better than our DT's and he's surely not the next coming of Christ.I am so glad we passed on this guy.For the 23 million in baggage this guy carries we could bring in a few healthier, hungrier, and smarter players.Plus, you have made it very clear in your posts that your only reason for living is to spew as much garbage about JA98 as you possibly can, perhaps hoping that one day, when and if we do get rid of him, you can jump around in circles screaming "I told you so! I told you so!"Your post and your opinion on Dorsey are complete bs...trust me.Hahahahahaha man what a clown where shall I startLets start with your claim the Dorsey isn't "is NOT better than all our DTs." I'm not sure what you were trying to say there but if you were saying that Dorsey is a worse NFL DT than the ones we have on our roster, let's take a look at what professional NFL scouts have to say on that matter, they're paid for their opinions because they know more than you.2009 Scouting Report - Scouts Inc.Grade: 76 | KeyComment: Dorsey made an immediate impact on the Chiefs' defense after being drafted in the first round in 2008. He is a thick defensive tackle with an explosive first step. He consistently gains the advantage as he engages blockers. He plays with a high level of intensity and will chase the ball from sideline to sideline as well as on downfield pursuit. He is quick to locate the level of the ball and takes good angles to get there. He is a natural knee-bender who plays with good leverage and can work his way to the play while warding off blocks. He still needs to develop more counter moves as a pass-rusher as he tends to rely on initial quickness to get the job done.2009 Scouting Report - Scouts Inc.Grade: 58 | KeyComment: Babineaux has good overall quickness but is undersized and lacks ideal strength. His lack of size limits his effectiveness against the run. He has a good motor but will get engulfed by big linemen who can sustain contact. Doesn't play with consistent reactions against the run and can be late to recognize blocking schemes. Loses ground while trying to recover and has trouble holding ground inside against double teams. Not a stout run defender who can stack it up quickly, shed and control the point. When he comes off low he flashes good hand use to press and lock out but is missing the overall strength to shed blockers. He comes off the ball with good initial quickness as a pass-rusher, and while he works to stay active he does not have a lot of pass rush variety. Has success when he wins quickly off the ball but lacks second reaction to clear when he stalls or gets locked up. He has adequate success on a power rush due to low pad level and quickness into the lineman's frame, but overall Babineaux lacks ideal size and relies on quickness more than strength.2009 Scouting Report - Scouts Inc.Grade: 56 | KeyComment: Lewis spent the 2008 season on the physically unable to perform list. He has excellent size and strength for the position and above-average short-area quickness but lacks pursuit speed. He tends to rely on power and strength more than technique. He needs to improve his hand use as he allows blockers to get into his pads too easily. He is best suited for the nose tackle position but has played the three-technique. He will flash a powerful bull rush but lacks an explosive burst as well as counter moves when blockers gain initial position. Peria Jerry, Vance Walker, and Thomas Johnson weren't in the league last year and don't have a scouting report.Grade: 66 | KeyComment: Anderson has been somewhat of a disappointment as a defensive end since being drafted in the first round of the 2007 draft. He has all the measurables you want in a defensive end, but can't seem to put it all together. Although he has excellent size and good strength and appears to read blocking schemes and feel pressure well, he is often half a step away from making plays. He shows good range. He has decent upfield acceleration and speed to pressure the pocket but does not show many counter moves when blockers get their hands on him.So we`ve established that the the hypothesis of your fundamentally flawed argument is wrong.Now you go on to support your argument by spewing "He shows up fat and out of shape to camp and plays like it every week...at least, when he's not injured.Word around the league is he was overrated for his draft position, doesnt study his playbook, plays as an individual and not as a 'team', and is a season-ending injury waiting to happen. He may have BEEN a beast, but chances are he peaked in college and his only way to go is down."Ok so that was all ********. You've watched him play every week? Then you wouldve known hes never missed a game you clown. Word around the league? Plays an an individual and is a season ending injury waiting to happen? I dont think I should even go on youve lost all credibility in my eyes everything you just said was complete ******** you sir are a clown Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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