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Old 08-16-2012, 06:32 PM   #151
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difference ngata didn't have any flaws. he was a can't miss.. Poe has a long way to go if he wants to be half the player ngata is
I agree. It's funny that people think I'm saying Poe is going to be Ngata.
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:34 PM   #152
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Nice cherry picking. KC had the 4th most rush attempts on them (over 500) and were 14th in yards per rush attempt with an old NT that struggled.
Thank god you guys replaced him with a young guy that sucks.
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:49 PM   #153
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Thank god you guys replaced him with a young guy that sucks.
He's not playing much NT dumbass. It's so funny when you try so hard
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He's not playing much NT dumbass. It's so funny when you try so hard
Of course he isn't playing much, he is on the third ****ing team.
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Old 08-16-2012, 06:55 PM   #155
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Of course he isn't playing much, he is on the third ****ing team.
No he's playing at the DE slot on passing downs far more often. Just stop dude. You're growing
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No he's playing at the DE slot on passing downs far more often. Just stop dude. You're growing
So no pass rush from the DL again this year?
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Old 08-16-2012, 07:08 PM   #157
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So no pass rush from the DL again this year?
Pretty sure DJ and Tamba were beasts last year, and Houston looked awesome at the end. That's what their job is. But you don't know anything about the 3-4. I don't blame you.
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Pretty sure DJ and Tamba were beasts last year, and Houston looked awesome at the end. That's what their job is. But you don't know anything about the 3-4. I don't blame you.
Beasts! 27th in sacks! Watch the **** out!!!



I found a rare pick of Poe rushing the passer.
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Old 08-16-2012, 07:33 PM   #159
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Here is a question that even you cant possibly **** up:

What is the name of the position that Tamba Hali and Justin Houston play?
Does it include the word "linebacker" in it?
Shhh he is teaching me things about the 3-4 I mean I know I said no rush from theDL
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Old 08-16-2012, 08:12 PM   #160
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Beasts! 27th in sacks! Watch the **** out!!!



I found a rare pick of Poe rushing the passer.
Damn, I have been searching for a Poe's picture but I couldn't find it. Props to you.
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"In general, ideal front-seven players in the 34 are bigger and need to take on and defeat blocks more often in the running game."

" 34 defensive ends were usually defensive tackles (DTs) when entering at first. They must be strong at the point of attack and are aligned in most cases head-up on an offensive tackle. First and foremost, they must control run gaps. Size and strength become more of a factor for linemen in 34 defenses than in 43 defenses because they move primarily within the confines of line play and seldom are in space using athletic ability. Ideally 34 DEs should weigh 285300 pounds (129140 kg) and be able to beat double teams by getting a push.[8] The 34 nose tackle is considered the most physically demanding position in football.[9] His primary responsibility is to control the A gaps, the two openings between the center and guards, and not get pushed back into his linebackers."

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No wait wait the DL are all supposed to be Jared Allen and get 22 sacks each!!
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Old 08-16-2012, 08:24 PM   #162
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"In general, ideal front-seven players in the 34 are bigger and need to take on and defeat blocks more often in the running game."

" 34 defensive ends were usually defensive tackles (DTs) when entering at first. They must be strong at the point of attack and are aligned in most cases head-up on an offensive tackle. First and foremost, they must control run gaps. Size and strength become more of a factor for linemen in 34 defenses than in 43 defenses because they move primarily within the confines of line play and seldom are in space using athletic ability. Ideally 34 DEs should weigh 285300 pounds (129140 kg) and be able to beat double teams by getting a push.[8] The 34 nose tackle is considered the most physically demanding position in football.[9] His primary responsibility is to control the A gaps, the two openings between the center and guards, and not get pushed back into his linebackers."

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No wait wait the DL are all supposed to be Jared Allen and get 22 sacks each!!
Weaknesses:

◦Had a great combine, but it didn't necessarily show up on the field
◦Has a reputation of taking plays off
◦Has difficulty breaking blocks when engaged
◦Below average pass-rushing skills
◦Short arms for his height, gives up a lot of leverage


Poe is an interesting prospect, to say the least. With the great combine, he likely improved his draft position. However, it is wide open as to where he may go. Carolina or St. Louis could be interested in him in the top-10. Philadelphia or the New York Jets could want him in the middle of the round while Pittsburgh or Denver could take him late in the first round. From what it looks like, Poe could be the very definition of someone who goes too high and does not pan out or gets drafted low and excels at the professional level.

While Poe impressed scouts at the Scouting Combine, he has not really impressed scouts on the football field during gameplay. Memphis plays in Conference-USA, which is not a conference known for its football talent. Despite this, Poe had a relatively small stat line during his three years at Memphis. In 2011 Poe had 33 tackles overall with eight tackles for loss. He also only had one sack and two forced fumbles.In the past, he has also received a reputation of taking plays off. While he may not play every down at the professional level, he is going to have to give it everything he has when he is on the field.In conclusion. Looks like Tarzan, plays like Jane has midget arms and he will get dominated at the NFL level even more than he did in Conferance USA.
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Only KC fans wouldn't want a 3-4 DE/NT that could rush the passer as well as stop the run like Warren, Seymour, or Wilfork!

True or False it is OK for a 3-4 DE to be able to sack the QB?
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Beasts! 27th in sacks! Watch the **** out!!!



I found a rare pick of Poe rushing the passer.
Yeah I'm sure Melvin Ingram and Riley Reiff are gonna suck too because they don't have long arms.
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Shall I provide proof of this?
That would be a first. Please do.
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Only KC fans wouldn't want a 3-4 DE/NT that could rush the passer as well as stop the run like Warren, Seymour, or Wilfork!

True or False it is OK for a 3-4 DE to be able to sack the QB?
No they all have to get 22 sacks every year because they are 3-4, I mean 4-3 DE's
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No they all have to get 22 sacks every year because they are 3-4, I mean 4-3 DE's
22? That is 5 less then your **** team did all year. Lets try low maybe 3 from a 3-4 DE.
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Care to take a guess on how many 3-4 DE's had at least 5 sacks last year?
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Care to take a guess on how many 3-4 DE's had at least 5 sacks last year?
And how good were they against the run or taking up blocks (their primary responsibility)?

Here's a hint:not as good as Dorsey/Jackson

But yeah, sacks are the only thing that matters for 3-4 DL huh?

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That would be a first. Please do.
4 yard push into the backfield and tipped pass
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Poe taking up a double team leaving Hali one-on-one resulting in Hali pressure and an INT.

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And how good were they against the run or taking up blocks (their primary responsibility)?

Here's a hint:not as good as Dorsey/Jackson

But yeah, sacks are the only thing that matters for 3-4 DL huh?
26th in the NFL in stopping the run. **** man they are BEASTS like your pass rushers!
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4 yard push into the backfield and tipped pass
funny animated gif

Poe taking up a double team leaving Hali one-on-one resulting in Hali pressure and an INT.

and he is still 3rd string, don't worry one of these days he mmight makeit to second string. Then you will really be proud.
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26th in the NFL in stopping the run. **** man they are BEASTS like your pass rushers!
You could not be more of a dumbass. Yards per rush attempt is the proper way of deciding rush defense, not yards given up. Of course KC gave up more yards than the #1 rush yards allowed total (Saints) did. Teams ran the ball on KC almost 200 more times.

But let me guess, the Saints were a way better rush defense because they gave up less total rush yards despite KC having 508 rush attempts on them compared to the Saints 351. New Orleans gave up 5.0 yards per rush average compared to KC's 4.2.


But yeah the Saints are definitely better there.

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and he is still 3rd string, don't worry one of these days he mmight makeit to second string. Then you will really be proud.
Shocking answer. Preseason depth charts mean everything yes? How's Jarvis Mossbust working out for ya? Or Robert Ayersbust? Tim Crowderbust?
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Uh KC was 14th in YPCA. KC was the 4th most run on team in the league. That kinda makes a difference. dumbass.
Did POE have any sacks ? if so i missed it...........?

Wolfe had a couple for us and was a constant nuisance.

BTW what did I tell ya about Hillis ? 4/44 and a td

gonna more outa him that scatback boy.............

Manning was dead on target every pass but one............

you guys are toast...................
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