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Old 06-25-2013, 06:32 AM   #26
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I get excited at the thought of pressure from the interior DL because Williams and Knighton can hold up blocks allowing Wolfe to penetrate. Von coming from the outside, Wolfe from the interior and if Philips can get 8 sacks in.SD he is in line for a double digit sack total this year.

I'll miss Doom the guy, but honestly believe our pass rush will be more powerful this year.
I think the pass rush will be improved as well, interior pressure from Wolfe and Williams will really be the key! And a healthy rotation throughout the line will really help!

Players will be competing for opportunity, whereas it was Dooms spot and everyone knew it. Nothing like healthy competition!
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Old 06-25-2013, 07:14 AM   #27
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Old 06-25-2013, 07:18 AM   #28
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I think the pass rush will be improved as well, interior pressure from Wolfe and Williams will really be the key! And a healthy rotation throughout the line will really help!

Players will be competing for opportunity, whereas it was Dooms spot and everyone knew it. Nothing like healthy competition!
I think you will see Wolfe at DE almost all the time this yr because we added 2 good DT. Yeah maybe on certain 3rd downs but other then that its DE for him I bet.
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Old 06-25-2013, 07:32 AM   #29
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I think you will see Wolfe at DE almost all the time this yr because we added 2 good DT. Yeah maybe on certain 3rd downs but other then that its DE for him I bet.
I should have clarified, Wolfe and Williams inside on third downs and passing downs. He will be playing LDE again no doubt, he is a key element to our defense!

Double digit sacks for the big bad Wolfe! Awwooooo
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I should have clarified, Wolfe and Williams inside on third downs and passing downs. He will be playing LDE again no doubt, he is a key element to our defense!

Double digit sacks for the big bad Wolfe! Awwooooo
I sort of think he may kick inside less this yr but who knows. He does look like a good player and I think 10 sacks is doable for him.
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I don't know.. part of this seems smart and part of it seems a bit heartless. he has a longtime friend who has a drug problem and takes 20 dollars off of a table that belonged to Wolfe and Wolfe just basically tells his friend to get f'd? Not cool that his friend took the money but if he's got a serious problem it's not at all the same thing as him just being a scummy person.
Sometimes you have to put yourself first in situations. The bottom line was that the dude couldn't be trusted and the reason is really an afterthought.

Also, think about if they are rolling around one night and through sheer bad luck they get stopped by the cops and find drugs in the same car as Wolfe. A PR nightmare that could end a budding NFL career.
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Old 06-25-2013, 09:21 AM   #32
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Possible, although I'm sure starting football players at major colleges do pretty damn well in this department already.
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Old 06-25-2013, 09:32 AM   #33
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I also think its worth mentioning that Von thinks Wolfe can be the next JJ Watt. Fingers crossed for that **** happening.
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Old 06-25-2013, 09:40 AM   #34
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Wolfe was more productive than Watt based on their rookie seasons, for what it's worth..

Everybody saw that Von said he stole about 4 sacks from Wolfe last season. So that puts our hybrid DE/DT at double digit sacks as a rookie, who plays a tweener role on our defense, and really has DT type responsibilities.
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I also think its worth mentioning that Von thinks Wolfe can be the next Ed McCaffery. Fingers crossed for that **** happening.
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Old 06-25-2013, 10:40 AM   #36
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Maybe he did and the article just didn't mention it, but I would have like to know the details of Wolfe's financial planners. What did they do? Did he leave a $20 bill on the table for them too?

Also not mentioned in the article, is that apparently Maurice Clarett was there telling his sorry story. I would love to see the video of his testimony: "Fellas, beware the Goose!"
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