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Exactly what we need. If he is a 15 a year type sack guy fugg da run...just sayin'

If he gets 15 sacks, ill shite myself. I don't remember the feeling of seeing a falcon own a QB since probably chuck Smith. Id think id died and gone to heaven.

Please lets us go after another pass rusher though. Please!!!!!!!

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Beast in pass rush, but he'll need to play the run better. Film shows this as his weakness in college. Its fixable. I like his potentual, but here's hoping he's Spoon 2.0

Thats ****** up. Spoon was a good guy. He just had a 2 year strong of injuries. I liked Spoon. It was sad to see him get hurt so bad.

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Abe owned them for a while especially when healthy. It wouldn't hurt to add one more DE to this draft!

Yeah we screwed Abe by not giving him real help. Like wtf Ray i wanna be a boxer and fake my fights. We never gave Abe any real help but i loved Abe. Wish we would have kept him. I know he is older but he still had another year or 2 left in the tank as a situational guy.

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if he's gonna succeed in the pro's, quinn is the right coach for the job

Prominent Players Coached

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS:

DE CHRIS CLEMONS – Recorded a CAREER-high 11.0 sacks in 2010 which tied him for 10th in the NFL, along with 49 tackles (33 solo) and one forced fumble in the most productive season of his CAREER.

DE PATRICK KERNEY – Coached the two-time Pro Bowler in the last season of his 11-year CAREER, as Kerney played 15 GAMES and picked up five sacks.

NEW YORK JETS:

DE SHAUN ELLIS – Collected 60 tackles in 2008—the 10th most by a defensive lineman in the NFL—and was tied for 17th in sacks with 8.0. In his career, he has totaled 499 tackles, 72.5 sacks and has forced 12 fumbles.

DT KRIS JENKINS – Earned 2008 Pro Bowl honors, the fourth time in his career he received the recognition and second-team AP All-Pro accolades after posting 53 tackles and 3.5 sacks. Also won his first career AFC Defensive Player of the Week award with 1.5 sacks, three hurries and three tackles in the Nov. 2 WIN over Buffalo.

MIAMI DOLPHINS:

DE KEVIN CARTER – Played both of his seasons with Miami under Quinn, starting all 32 GAMES and tallying 99 tackles, 11.5 sacks, four passes defensed, three fumble recoveries and a forced fumble during that time.

DE JASON TAYLOR – During Quinn’s two-year tenure with Miami, Taylor ranked third in the NFL with 25.5 sacks, led the league in forced fumbles with 13, and scored three defensive touchdowns (two interception returns, one fumble return) en route to EARNING Pro Bowl berths in 2005 and 2006 and the AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year award in 2006.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS:

DT BRYANT YOUNG – Made the final two Pro Bowls of his career under the tutelage of Quinn in the 2001 and 2002 seasons.

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if he's gonna succeed in the pro's, quinn is the right coach for the job

Prominent Players Coached

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS:

DE CHRIS CLEMONS – Recorded a CAREER-high 11.0 sacks in 2010 which tied him for 10th in the NFL, along with 49 tackles (33 solo) and one forced fumble in the most productive season of his CAREER.

DE PATRICK KERNEY – Coached the two-time Pro Bowler in the last season of his 11-year CAREER, as Kerney played 15 GAMES and picked up five sacks.

NEW YORK JETS:

DE SHAUN ELLIS – Collected 60 tackles in 2008—the 10th most by a defensive lineman in the NFL—and was tied for 17th in sacks with 8.0. In his career, he has totaled 499 tackles, 72.5 sacks and has forced 12 fumbles.

DT KRIS JENKINS – Earned 2008 Pro Bowl honors, the fourth time in his career he received the recognition and second-team AP All-Pro accolades after posting 53 tackles and 3.5 sacks. Also won his first career AFC Defensive Player of the Week award with 1.5 sacks, three hurries and three tackles in the Nov. 2 WIN over Buffalo.

MIAMI DOLPHINS:

DE KEVIN CARTER – Played both of his seasons with Miami under Quinn, starting all 32 GAMES and tallying 99 tackles, 11.5 sacks, four passes defensed, three fumble recoveries and a forced fumble during that time.

DE JASON TAYLOR – During Quinn’s two-year tenure with Miami, Taylor ranked third in the NFL with 25.5 sacks, led the league in forced fumbles with 13, and scored three defensive touchdowns (two interception returns, one fumble return) en route to EARNING Pro Bowl berths in 2005 and 2006 and the AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year award in 2006.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS:

DT BRYANT YOUNG – Made the final two Pro Bowls of his career under the tutelage of Quinn in the 2001 and 2002 seasons.

All were good players before Quinn

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I thought Beasley was the best pure pass rusher in this entire draft, and I still feel that way. I didn't want the Saints to trade up, but if they did I would've wanted it to be for him.

everyone says its a reach, but i think yall got a good player in anthony, even if you drafted him a tad bit early, his draft position wont matter in a few years. he could end up being the steal of the draft like that lineman for the cowboys Edited by Atlien 404
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everyone says its a reach, but i think yall got a good player in anthony, even if you drafted him a tad bit early, his draft position wont matter in a few years.

Yeah, I like the Anthony pick, I thought Kendricks was a little better, but I can live with this pick at 31. I just want someone who can play sideline to sideline and he seems to fit that mold. Watching his and Beasley's highlights, those two played so well together, it'll be interesting to see the two careers play out on different teams. I honestly believe though that Beasley is a can't miss talent.

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Thats ****** up. Spoon was a good guy. He just had a 2 year strong of injuries. I liked Spoon. It was sad to see him get hurt so bad.

For the record.....don't wish injury on him, but here's hoping he isn't as advertised. I kinda like ya'lls weak defense.
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For the record.....don't wish injury on him, but here's hoping he isn't as advertised. I kinda like ya'lls weak defense.

I remember when you loved Spoon. Poor guy. Hope he gets healthy and can ball out.

Face it. Our D was worshipped by catholics it was so holy. We missed the boat with the rb pick. We should have traded up to get help on the dline. I'm still pissed.

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