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Old 12-07-2017, 06:56 AM
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I don't know Roo.........................................

GM's have a weird way of forgiving bad behavior if they think they can get a talented QB.

3rd ?? No.

Time will tell. But by draft time they won't be able to stand themselves.

Joe Namath had "bad behavior" too.


Basically you are saying talent can override risk, and in some instances a decision by a GM would indicate that is true, but risk carries a very strong influence in decision making. Bad behavior is so very hard to accurately project out long term, making overlooking it quite risky.
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A player I took note of after watching his video was Micah Kiser. He is rising, and is up to Round 3. It may be that he is a little slow, but I see explosion, a tackler who wraps up, and coverage skills. This guy would be serious competition for Hayes Pullard.
I'll pass....

He's sooooooo slooooooooow. The only reason why he gets away with it and looks good on the field is because he's in college, playing for UVA, going up against other crap teams. In the NFL, where all the players and teams are good and competent he'll get beat consistently.
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A player I took note of after watching his video was Micah Kiser. He is rising, and is up to Round 3. It may be that he is a little slow, but I see explosion, a tackler who wraps up, and coverage skills. This guy would be serious competition for Hayes Pullard.
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I'll pass....

He's sooooooo slooooooooow. The only reason why he gets away with it and looks good on the field is because he's in college, playing for UVA, going up against other crap teams. In the NFL, where all the players and teams are good and competent he'll get beat consistently.
Yeah. You are right. I mocked Bierria, more of a Nickel or WILL, and quicker.
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Yeah. You are right. I mocked Bierria, more of a Nickel or WILL, and quicker.
I'd like to check out Bierria, what game would you recommend I watch?
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Vs Washington State in '16...easy to find.

Keishawn looks good in coverage, and is always around the football.

I saw a strip or two also. He looks like a leader, and just makes plays.

I see a gusD type of player.

When I looked at Kiser and Jewell, they did not cover people as well as Keishawn.
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Thank you and will do...

To be honest, I have watched a few Washington games so that I could watch Vita Vita Vea, Trey Adams, Pettis, and I never really noticed Bierria... usually someone else jumps out when you go to watch one player... (ie: kind of how i came across Gesicki at Penn State)...
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Thank you and will do...

To be honest, I have watched a few Washington games so that I could watch Vita Vita Vea, Trey Adams, Pettis, and I never really noticed Bierria... usually someone else jumps out when you go to watch one player... (ie: kind of how i came across Gesicki at Penn State)...
Look carefully or it is easy to mix him up with Azeem.

Traits.

I need more careful looks at Gesicki, Andrews, all the TEs re blocking.
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If im Tom Telesco... im looking at whether or not Marquise "Hollywood" Brown is going to declare for the draft. Kid is flying under the radar. Speed, Hands & Versatility. Late round option.

Can return as well.
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3 of the 4 remaining games are difficult ones. Not saying we can't win out, but it won't be easy. For now I'm just assuming mid round selection.
Difficulty they may be, but none of the teams have a winning record and on paper its actually one of the easier schedules throughout the NFL. Trickiest of them all may be the Jets.
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ChargerTrader, I am seeing plays where Bierria is completely lost in the wash, or doesn't find the football.

gusD must have steady, consistent tackling, and that must be improved. See Jatavis, Toomer.

On the positive side, I really like some aspects to Bierria's game, including his pass rush, coverage, size/speed and energy.

I prioritize LB over DT & DB, although I can certainly see what you scouts like about some of the DTs, and how they can augment Bosa/Ingram.
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