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  • Guess Who
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    Webster has a "bright future"

    http://predominantlyorange.com/2013/...ding%20on%20FS

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  • pricejj
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    Originally posted by Inkana7 View Post
    Despite whatever predraft 40 and scouting profile you'll inevitably pull says, he is fast.
    Cool, that must be why Cole Beasley almost scored on him, from the 25 yard line, on a simple slant.

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  • schaaf
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    Actually before he tore his ACL he was very fast but Bolden really has lost speed since then. You can tell by just watching he isn't very fast. Price is right on this

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  • Inkana7
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    Originally posted by pricejj View Post
    Uh...Bolden is not fast.
    Despite whatever predraft 40 and scouting profile you'll inevitably pull says, he is fast.

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  • pricejj
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    Originally posted by bpc View Post
    The FO definitely found something in Webster. More than I can say for Bolden. That dude is fast but awful.
    Uh...Bolden is not fast.

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  • gyldenlove
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    Webster played a lot against the Cowboys, not all of it equally great but he did well over all, that forced fumble was a thing of beauty. The team definitely likes him playing on the outside better than Tony Carter and I think the idea of drafting him was his combination of speed and size which projects well as an outside CB who will match up against bigger WRs.

    The best play he has made this year was a batted pass in the end zone against Baltimore, Flacco was going to Stokley who ran a corner route and Webster just looked like he was jogging, stepped in front of the pass and put an arm up and batted it down.

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  • DomCasual
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    Originally posted by bpc View Post
    The FO definitely found something in Webster. More than I can say for Bolden. That dude is fast but awful.
    Even though the Cowboys scored on the next play, I appreciated Bolden chasing down Terrance Williams on the 79-yard play in the 4th quarter. He was a good 25 yards behind the play, when the catch was made.

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  • Requiem
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    Bolden was one of the worst draft selections in recent memory. Blown ACL and we use an early fourth on him. Hopefully Webster's surprise selection can redeem that.

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  • fontaine
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    Originally posted by bpc View Post
    The FO definitely found something in Webster. More than I can say for Bolden. That dude is fast but awful.
    I haven't seen anything out of Bolden that says he can play in this league as a DB.

    Webster though, he looks fluid and athletic in tracking WRs.

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  • crush17
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    Here's something I hadn't realized:

    It was a rather quiet depth chart move, but one that was clear to see the first time the Broncos lined up in their nickel package Sunday, which was on the Cowboys' first offensive snap of the game. Rookie Kayvon Webster continues to be the most active member of the Broncos' first-year class. He was moved ahead of cornerback Tony Carter in the nickel, playing an outside spot when Chris Harris moved down into the slot. "He's a guy that's proved worthy," said Broncos coach John Fox Monday. "He's earned his playing time. These guys practice out here, we've watched practice, we watch the tape and he's performed well. He earned those reps." Webster has routinely shown up around the ball in his limited work. He's shown speed, aggressiveness and has been one of the team's better tacklers in the secondary. And the team felt good enough about what he can do to leave him in man-on-man situations. Webster knocked the ball free from Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant in the second quarter. In all Webster played 49 of the Broncos' 58 defensive snaps against the Cowboys.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post...pecial-teams-3


    BALL OUT KAYVON!!

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  • bpc
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    The FO definitely found something in Webster. More than I can say for Bolden. That dude is fast but awful.

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  • Vegas_Bronco
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    Just some amazing coaching going on in Denver. I'm trying to figure out if it is Del Rio or Fox...regardless, we should lock that guy up long term.

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  • Bronco X
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    Originally posted by Cito Pelon View Post
    Webster is pretty good for a rookie. Made some impact plays already five games into his rookie season.
    Who would have guessed five games in he'd be making a bigger impact (in a positive way) than the guys on the team drafted ahead of him...

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  • fontaine
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    After Witten gashed us in the first two touchdown drives and Wood/Trevathon couldn't cover him, they lined up Webster against Witten a lot for the rest of the game and Witten didn't get another catch till the 4th quarter.

    Really liked what I saw of him. He's was fast enough to keep up with Witten and strong enough not to get easily boxed out as well.

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  • razorwire77
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    I really think he's a starter next year. He had one bad play before the half, but he also was the only CB who had any luck with physical play on Dez. Really, the only DB who had a decent game. For being as stout as he is, dude is really fluid and explosive in space. Not very many DB's have that sort of shot out of a cannon explosiveness (pre injured Bob Sanders, Troy P, Revis etc.) Kid has that sort of ability. Now if he develops as that type of player remains to be seen, but pretty good start so far.

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