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    Default Re: Head Hunter Or A Body Bag Man On Defense This Season

    Quote Originally Posted by CoverTwo View Post
    The answer is TJ Brunson.
    Really need to see a major change for that to happen.

    Maybe he he was trying to do too much with Skai gone, but seems like last year he was always a step or two out of position.

    Guy has big potential if he can put it all together this season.

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    Rosindo Louis. Enagabaree can lay wood as well. Jammie , just a hypothetical..............Plus jammie just sounds cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BiscoCocky View Post
    Rosindo Louis. Enagabaree can lay wood as well. Jammie , just a hypothetical..............Plus jammie just sounds cool.
    I've read that Louis is a hitter. If he can move better and get up to the speed needed, he might be a jarring tackler. Getting the assignments firmly into his head may free him up to go hard - it's difficult to play fast when too much thinking is required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitchcock View Post
    Really need to see a major change for that to happen.

    Maybe he he was trying to do too much with Skai gone, but seems like last year he was always a step or two out of position.

    Guy has big potential if he can put it all together this season.
    I thought Brunson was the only LB who played well last year, and they moved him around a good bit. He was adjusting to a different slot in some games, and still broadly responsible for aligning players. I think it caused him to take a slight step back. He looked bad on a few plays. The exhaustion of the whole linebacker corps showed. I don't have a snap count on Brunson, but I know it was far higher than the coaches wanted. He led the team in tackles and managed four sacks (second to Kinlaw). He did try to do too much, but it was forced by the situation (mainly an astonishing number of injuries on defense).

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