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Old 07-30-2011   #101
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Default Re: Projected starters on defense...

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Originally Posted by EllisUnit View Post
He is saying that more times than not a players first season is a good picture of what you will get out of the player seasons after his rookie year. Dont get me wrong some guys suck and come back and become Hall Of Famers, But more times than not they arent in the NFL 3-5 years later. Even First Rounders.
76Texan has two threads with plenty of visual evidence showing that Kareem was bad, but not as bad as the fans think he is. The piss poor defense (that he was a part of) helped him look worse than he actually was.

He's solid in zone recognition.

He's solid shedding blocks.

He's solid in tackling.

He is fast enough, tall enough, and strong enough.

If he had half the help he should have, his season would have been mediocre, understandable, not bad considering.

If our intentions were to make him a number 1 CB I would still be worried. But as a possible #2, I'm not worried.
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