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Old 01-04-2013, 11:48 PM
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Porter is fairly disappointing tonight. Solid coverage all night, but no real desire to shed blocks or square up and take on the RB. Too many times he has done the Ole~ bull fighter side step tackle. I have also been less than thrilled at his hustle during plays across the field from him. Ogletree and Greene 1 and 2 maybe?
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Porter is fairly disappointing tonight. Solid coverage all night, but no real desire to shed blocks or square up and take on the RB. To many times he has done the Ole~ bull fighter side step tackle. I have also been less than thrilled at his hustle during plays across the field from him. Ogletree and Greene 1 and 2 maybe?
Wouldn't hate it but you would need to commit to Ogletree being a MLB
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I have nothing but respect for J.Football.I really like the kid but OU's D is making him look like an NFL MVP out there.
Somewhere in the country is a D that is gonna end up crushing him in a game one of these days. Mark it down! He's gonna get hammered by somebody. His style would get him killed in the NFL.
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AM's tackles playing their usual game. You never hear their names which means they are doing their job.
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I have nothing but respect for J.Football.I really like the kid but OU's D is making him look like an NFL MVP out there.
Somewhere in the country is a D that is gonna end up crushing him in a game one of these days. Mark it down! He's gonna get hammered by somebody. His style would get him killed in the NFL.
Yep.
But he is only a redshirt freshman, so let's chill on that.
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I know he's not highly rated, but I like what I have seen from Javon Harris. A sure wrap tackle and a nice play breaking up a deep pass.
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Landry Jones looks sharp today.
It is going to be interesting how the QB's shake out this draft. I read today that Kiper thinks Mike Glennon will be the first QB taken.
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:57 PM
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Also, today is the first time I have seen Erin Andrews on Fox. Not a fan of her in the glasses. She looks like a bimbo who is trying to look smart.

(Please note, I am not CALLING her a bimbo.)
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Moore has been invisible.
Good game for Lane Johnson.
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Wouldn't hate it but you would need to commit to Ogletree being a MLB
I flip flop a lot on Ogletree's position. Too much relies on Burfict.

I would be ok with Porter in the 3rd, but think a 3-4 team will grab him before our pick.

Jefferson has been wildly disappointing tonight as well. He has looked a step behind all night.
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I flip flop a lot on Ogletree's position. Too much relies on Burfict.

I would be ok with Porter in the 3rd, but think a 3-4 team will grab him before our pick.

Jefferson has been wildly disappointing tonight as well. He has looked a step behind all night.
Too often he [Ogletree] is the nail not the hammer. People complain about our current MLB doing that. I think he will work out best as a WLB.
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:09 AM
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Moore has been invisible.
Good game for Lane Johnson.
Lane Johnson and Taylor Lewan did more to help their draft stocks this bowl season than anyone else I have seen. Moore and Clowney both being held sackless and mostly ineffective (Clowney beat a TE for his forced fumble, not Lewan) was very impressive. This draft really needed that help with top flight OT.
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Yep.
But he is only a redshirt freshman, so let's chill on that.
Yep that's right he is only a fresh and I said that I liked the kid but he would get killed at the next level PERIOD!
Sounds like I must have insulted your girlfriend with that reaction so how bout you chill there "man crush"!
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Yep that's right he is only a fresh and I said that I liked the kid but he would get killed at the next level PERIOD!
Sounds like I must have insulted your girlfriend with that reaction so how bout you chill there "man crush"!
What the hell are you talking about?
It was way too soon to say anything about what he may or may not do in the NFL. In all likeliness you are looking at 2 full years.
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:15 AM
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Lane Johnson and Taylor Lewan did more to help their draft stocks this bowl season than anyone else I have seen. Moore and Clowney both being held sackless and mostly ineffective (Clowney beat a TE for his forced fumble, not Lewan) was very impressive. This draft really needed that help with top flight OT.
Agreed.
Lewan could have easily made himself a ton of money. Clowney won his fair share of matchups vs Lewan but Lewan held his own against a guy who had been tooling LT's all year.
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What the hell are you talking about?
It was way too soon to say anything about what he may or may not do in the NFL. In all likeliness you are looking at 2 full years.
I agree the kid has room to learn and grow but his size and the style he currently plays with would more than likely get him injured at the next level.
That is all I was trying to say. I got mad respect for this kid.
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:20 AM
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I agree the kid has room to learn and grow but his size and the style he currently plays with would more than likely get him injured at the next level.
That is all I was trying to say. I got mad respect for this kid.
Hell with the throw he just made, he could be just fine in the NFL
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Might be time to watch something else.

Woulda loved 2 seen A&M v. Oregon. One of the teams might have scored 100.
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We need to load up on 2015 first round picks. Johnny is going to be a stud. He makes it look easy.
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We need to load up on 2015 first round picks. Johnny is going to be a stud. He makes it look easy.
Kind of sounds like the D. Robinson hype three years ago.
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Jefferson will have nightmares about Manziel
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Kind of sounds like the D. Robinson hype three years ago.
I was just wondering if Manziel is going to suffer from Jake Locker syndrome. Crowned the king of QB very early, then picked apart for the next few years until he is crushed under the weight of his own hype. I hope not, he seems like a good kid.
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Kind of sounds like the D. Robinson hype three years ago.
Minus the pass yards, SEC defenses, and the Heisman.
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Arthur Brown and Tony Jefferson competing for most disappointing bowl performance
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Agreed.
Lewan could have easily made himself a ton of money. Clowney won his fair share of matchups vs Lewan but Lewan held his own against a guy who had been tooling LT's all year.
Youre right Lewan held his own, by holding on almost every play..


He got away with a ton of non calls against Clowney, that was the only way he could contain him.
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