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What is everyone thinking when it comes to Kazee? I know everyone was done with him as a cover 3/ single high deep safety. But with Dean Pees who implements more of a cover 2 scheme does anyone think they bring him back to compete to start. Instead of him having to cover the whole field it will be half of it. It may be a better role for him. Thoughts?

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If people chose to defend Vic after his fluke 16 sack season, Kazee should get that same energy 

Yep   Also even when Kazee had those 7 ints in 2018, he still was blowing coverages often and was a liability.

1 Rolland Lawrence 1973 1980 118 LCB 79 39 658 1 87    

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45 minutes ago, ya_boi_j said:

If people chose to defend Vic after his fluke 16 sack season, Kazee should get that same energy 

Vic was effective in fluke season. Kazee was atrocious in 2018, blowing up coverages and missed tackles. Kazee was the golden boy here but gave up big plays and that 90+ Nick Chubb TD with Kazee only guy in a position to make tackle and missed it with Ankle grab. 

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4 hours ago, FalconofShadows said:

What is everyone thinking when it comes to Kazee? I know everyone was done with him as a cover 3/ single high deep safety. But with Dean Pees who implements more of a cover 2 scheme does anyone think they bring him back to compete to start. Instead of him having to cover the whole field it will be half of it. It may be a better role for him. Thoughts?

Yes, this absolutely could be the case.  Kazee is at his best when the play is in front of him. It could be he ends up one of our starting safeties in 2021.

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Kazee had a season with 7 INTs.  We need that kind of production.  Can Kazee play next season?  We saw how long it took for Neal to get going.....

I could see Kazee signing for vet-min, going on IR or physically unable to perform... then possibly be a mid-season return.  I would like to see Kazee in our new defense.

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1 Rolland Lawrence 1973 1980 118 LCB 79 39 658 1 87     11 13 32 0 0.0            
2 Ray Brown 1971 1977 94 SS 62 31 574 2 59     6 7 11 0 0.0            
3 Ray Buchanan 1997 2003 107 LCB 54 30 442 1 60 77 2 0 3 1 0 1.0   375 46 8    
4 Scott Case 1984 1994 162 RCB 64 30 267 1 47   0 0 7 15 0 7.5   946 13     1
5 Ken Reaves 1966 1973 112 LCB 57 29 439 1 90     2 6 0 0 0.0            
6 Bobby Butler 1981 1992 169 LCB 65 27 222 1 41     0 9 107 2 0.0            
7 Deion Sanders 1989 1993 70 RCB 60 24 520 3 82   7 10 6 0 0 1.0   238 0      
8 Tom Pridemore 1978 1985 121 FS 57 21 372 1 101     0 13 50 0 0.0            
9 DeAngelo Hall 2004 2007 57 LCB 32 17 438 2 65 48 3 3 5 167 2 0.5   202 28 6 0  
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Gotta go back to 2004 with D Hall for ANYONE taking the ball away by interception with any consistency, and he is number 9 on all time list with 17? You kidding me?

Jeebuz that in itself is reason to give him another shot here. Guy plays fast IMO

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