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Old 05-30-2012   #21
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I'm excited to see Watt in beast mode all year. With Smith on the other side playing his ass off in a contract year, our secondary having a full off season and TC in our new system, the addition of Mercilus to give our outstanding LB a quality rotation to keep everyone fresh, and Cushing being Cushing we should be just fine on the defensive side of the ball.
Don't forget about Crick.

If he can stay healthy, he may be the best pickup of the draft.

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Don't forget about Crick.

If he can stay healthy, he may be the best pickup of the draft.

Monster in the making.
I just wonder about his injuries. He dropped in the draft because of concerns about that.

Hopefully he can stay on the field. He's a great fit for Wade's defense.
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I just wonder about his injuries. He dropped in the draft because of concerns about that.

Hopefully he can stay on the field. He's a great fit for Wade's defense.
InjurY. 1 Injury. A torn pec, just like Mario had last year. From what I can tell, he doesn't have a history of injuries.

His sophomore year, he had 75 tackles and 9.5 sacks. His junior year, he had 70 tackles and 9.5 sacks. His senior year, he tore his pec early and because of that, didn't have recent tape so he dropped.

If he comes out after his junior year (when he was a 2nd team all-american), he's drafted a lot higher. He could end up being a steal.

But it's not like he's fragile like Fangupo is.
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InjurY. 1 Injury. A torn pec, just like Mario had last year. From what I can tell, he doesn't have a history of injuries.

His sophomore year, he had 75 tackles and 9.5 sacks. His junior year, he had 70 tackles and 9.5 sacks. His senior year, he tore his pec early and because of that, didn't have recent tape so he dropped.

If he comes out after his junior year (when he was a 2nd team all-american), he's drafted a lot higher. He could end up being a steal.

But it's not like he's fragile like Fangupo is.
I believe Crick also had a knee injury that caused him to miss time.

edit: He missed some time during the off season with a knee injury....
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I wasn't suprised by the JJW pick. I was expecting that after seeing him swat balls down all season long. What I didn't expect was for him to directly catch it as if the pass was intended for him, gather his feet after jumping for the ball, and then (the best part) have enough speed to avoid the tackle.
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I believe Crick also had a knee injury that caused him to miss time.

edit: He missed some time during the off season with a knee injury....
Ah. I was only looking at his missed games. Still not worried about his injury history, though.
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InjurY. 1 Injury. A torn pec, just like Mario had last year. From what I can tell, he doesn't have a history of injuries.

His sophomore year, he had 75 tackles and 9.5 sacks. His junior year, he had 70 tackles and 9.5 sacks. His senior year, he tore his pec early and because of that, didn't have recent tape so he dropped.

If he comes out after his junior year (when he was a 2nd team all-american), he's drafted a lot higher. He could end up being a steal.

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I believe Crick also had a knee injury that caused him to miss time.

edit: He missed some time during the off season with a knee injury....


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Houston Texans — Jared Crick, DL, Nebraska (126th pick overall) — Probably a second-round pick had he not lost a great deal of the 2011 season to injury, but Crick was medically cleared at the scouting combine, and he's a perfect movable chess piece for Wade Phillips' defensive fronts. He has the ability to play five-tech end and some outside end in four-man fronts, and given Phillips' recent preference for putting lighter guys inside as nose tackles in his one-gap concepts, I could see Crick getting some time there as well. Perfect marriage of player and scheme.
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04/30/12 - A closer look at the Texans' picks: Round 4/126 - Jared Crick, DE, 6-4, 279, Nebraska...A steal in the fourth round after missing his last seven games with a torn pectoral muscle. He'll play end in the three-man front, then move inside and become part of the rotation in passing situations. - The Sports Xchange

04/26/12 - ROB RANG'S TOP 50 PLAYERS OF THE 2012 NFL DRAFT: 42. Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska: A sprained knee and torn pectoral muscle limited Crick to just five games in 2011 but the 6-4, 279 pounder entered the season with first round grades from some scouts after having proven during an All-American campaign a year earlier (70 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks) that he wasn't just riding Ndamukong Suh's coat-tails. Crick isn't the fearful pass rusher than his statistics would indicate but does have the size, strength and tenacity that teams operating out of the 3-4 scheme are looking for at the five-technique defensive end position. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

04/19/12 - 04/18 NFL DRAFT SCOUT FALLER: Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska...While Ndamukong Suh was tearing up the Big 12 a few years back, a sophomore defensive tackle right next to him was making his own name for himself. However Jared Crick hasn't had the same type of impact since Suh left Lincoln and there are strong concerns about where he will play at the next level. After missing the second half of the 2011 season with a torn pectoral muscle, Crick looked very average in his pre-draft workouts, especially with the 40-yard dash (4.95) and bench press (26). And at 6-4, 280 pounds with shorter arms (32"), he has a tweener skill-set creates concern about where he will "fit" at the next level. Crick stays balanced and fights with a relentless attitude, but plays too high and isn't a natural bender, losing the leverage battle. Once thought to be a candidate to sneak into the first round, Crick's draft stock is currently moving in the other direction. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

04/19/12 - Unlike a year ago, when the talent pool seemed chock-full of five-technique defensive end possibilities for 3-4 fronts, there aren't a lot of candidates for the 2012 draft. One guy who is getting attention, and who might have worked himself up to the third round, in part because of the thin crop at the position is Jared Crick of Nebraska. The former Cornhuskers' standout has some injury concerns, and at 279 pounds at the combine, isn't nearly as bulky as some teams would prefer as a 3-4 end. But Crick, who ran under five seconds in Indy, is deceptively strong, can hold the point, and really uses his hands well to get rid of blockers. At 6-feet-4 1/4, he might not be able to hold a lot more weight, and a lot of teams project him more as a 4-3 guy who can move inside on third down, but he has some natural 3-4 skills, and is getting play as such. - Len Pasquarelli, The Sports Xchange

03/21/12 - 03/20/12 NFL DRAFT SCOUT RISER: Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska: Entering the 2011 season, Crick was thought to be a first-round caliber player, but a torn pectoral muscle in October put those projections in doubt. He missed the remainder of his final season in Lincoln and was unable to participate in the Senior Bowl. But Crick looked healthy at the Combine with decent times in the 40-yard dash (4.95), vertical (31.0"), broad jump (8'8), short shuttle (4.40) and 3-cone drill (7.47). He also lifted 26 reps of 225-pounds on the bench press at Nebraska's pro day last week, putting to rest any concerns about his pectoral muscle. Crick might not return to his round one standing he had entering the year, but he has worked his way back from his season-ending injury to show NFL scouts he's at near-full health. He isn't expected to escape the second round because of his natural size and foot quickness. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
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Sprained knee and torn pec in 2011. Could not participate in Senior Bowl. Cleared for combine and did well.

Nick Toon had a 4th round grade, like Crick did. Toon had battled a nagging foot injury that affected his draft ranking.

I think it's fair to say that Crick AND Toon are two players who had solid careers in college but have the injury question upon them. Arian Foster had a injury that had affected his own Pro Day (or Combine, can't remember which) so I think Crick will be just fine. Hopefully.
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The interception of Dalton in the wild card game was...amazing.

Will never forget it. It was unreal.

He threw the ball, Watt jumps, and all of a sudden he's racing to the end zone. I had sort of zoned out and wasn't really watching the play when it happened. I just sat there...stunned.
I sat twelve rows away from it, right at the 30. The most memorable live sports occurrence I've ever witnessed. The two drunk dorks in front of me had just left for halftime refills.

And AJ's TD catch happened at almost the same yard marker in the second half.
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I sat twelve rows away from it, right at the 30. The most memorable live sports occurrence I've ever witnessed. The two drunk dorks in front of me had just left for halftime refills.

And AJ's TD catch happened at almost the same yard marker in the second half.
I only get to go to one game a year, 2 if I'm lucky. I was at the game where AJ put a beat down on Cortland innagin. 40yd line, club level, 5 beers in, cheering AJ along with the rest of the stadium as he walked off the field and into the tunnel, best game ever.
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Hes going to be a bust not a first-round bust but a bust in the Hall of Fame, defensive coordinator Wade Phillips said after practice Monday. The only players Ive seen that can do what he can do with his intensity can be found in Canton.

Hes powerful, and hes got a great feel for what it takes to play his position, Phillips said. Over the last half of last year, he was fantastic.

He dominated the line of scrimmage against two playoff teams. I think hell continue to go from there because he works so hard at it. He wants to be a great player.
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I expect J.J. to become a megastar, [Antonio]Smith said. I told him, People are going to be looking for you this year (and), youre not going to surprise them anymore. Theyre going to get up to play because of your reputation.

Hes got a tremendous upside. Ive seen a lot of guys, and I compare him to Howie [Long] in that he has the same quickness to beat (offensive) linemen off the ball. Hes a smart guy who gets it.
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Hes stronger than Ive ever seen him, [Brooks]Reed said. Hes abnormally fast for a man that size. Hes also strong at the point of attack. He has great eye-hand coordination.

I think he can be better than last year. Hes got unlimited ability.

Hes a good character guy, Reed said. Hes become the spokesperson for the Texans. He is heavily involved in the community.

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I was a bigger believer in JJ Watt than he, himself when we drafted him.

It was still unbelievable to watch his phenomenal progress.

I thought we're going to get a player that can be as dominant inside as Mario Williams has been on the outside (when he was here - and healthy), but I really didn't expect it so soon.

I just hope the team can stay "relatively" healthy.
This should be a fun season for all, knock on wood.
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Im not looking forward to either of those guy's testing the FA market .... Better get them locked in .... or I fear they will be playing for the next Barfallo Bills team that has a cool hundred million to throw at them.
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Im not looking forward to either of those guy's testing the FA market .... Better get them locked in .... or I fear they will be playing for the next Barfallo Bills team that has a cool hundred million to throw at them.
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Watt is a second year player who had a good rookie year capped by a great initial playoff game. He's not an All-Pro. He should quit with the sensational quotes and the seeking of media attention and focus on having a good follow through year.
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What "sensational quote" has he made?
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Yeah? Hide-N-Watch.

Don't be too surprised when he is. JJ Watt is an All Pro talent. He will be recognized as such more likely sooner than later.
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