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Old 01-05-2013, 01:05 AM
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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.
No he didn't
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In summary:

Jefferson was obviously hobbled after he made a tackle in the 2nd, may have re-aggravated his high ankle sprain. His play up until then looked reserved. Hard to judge the guy on this game fairly.

Porter looked a bit disinterested tonight as well, but that doesn't look like something you couldn't motivate out of him. It's not fundamentals, more an effort thing; and we do well in that department with Zimmer. He did get a sack on Jones late in the game. He's a 3rd rounder IMO, hope he's there for our pick if we need him.

Damontre Moore held in check all night? Wow, that's impressive by Lane Johnson.
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Minus the pass yards, SEC defenses, and the Heisman.
If you go back and look Robinson had similar numbers and played against 3 ranked teams.

Manziel played 3 ranked teams this year.

You should probably check your stats on Manziel a little closer.

Against BCS schools he has 13 TD's to 7 Ints.

His stats against ranked teams, 4 TD's 4 int's.

Non ranked 22TD's 5int's.

Manziel is a good player and he deserves credit. But he beat ALA and became a media darling. He played 3 good SEC defenses and looked bad against two of them.

Check his stats.
http://www.cfbstats.com/2012/player/...g/gamelog.html
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Arthur Brown and Tony Jefferson competing for most disappointing bowl performance
Dion Jordan was pretty dissapointing..not sure if he was hurt or what but I didn;t see him on the field once (started watching in 2nd quarter)

Eric Reid looked talented but not overly impressive,

Most impressive (for guys that Bengals might be targeting)

-DeAndre Hopkins (got him at 2a in my mock...might need to move him up to 1)
-Khasheem Greene (got him at 2 in my mock...might need to move him up to 2a)
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Arthur Brown and Tony Jefferson competing for most disappointing bowl performance
There have been several, including other guys I've liked, like Gillislee, Franklin. Elam.

EDIT: You'd like these guys to put a bow on their careers, but sometimes you just have to rely on tape from more than one game...everyone's prone to a disappointing performance once in a while.
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There have been several, including other guys I've liked, like Gillislee, Franklin. Elam.

EDIT: You'd like these guys to put a bow on their careers, but sometimes you just have to rely on tape from more than one game...everyone's prone to a disappointing performance once in a while.
yeah, you can;t make a judgement on one game but you would like to see the guys that you covet step up unde the bright lights.
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