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Not everything's an insult, man. I think Teo is a very good, even great player. I just think Mosley's better. Probably won't get to compare draft stocks since CJ is probably returning for his senior season.
He'll be good. Nothing special though. Average to slightly above average.
Did I say he got lucky all 7 times? A playmaker makes big plays out of nothing, picking off a pass that was tipped into your hands does not make you a playmaker.
Te'o is a great player, just not on the same level of dominance of many defensive players in the past. Charles Woodson being one of them, and IMO Nick Fairley and Suh.
Valid opinion. We just disagree.
I think he will be a solid player, probably a pro bowler. But certainly not a HOF and consistent gamechanger on the next level IMO. He isn't Ray Lewis, or Brian Urlacher in their primes.
time will tell....
3 time POTW, member since 2006, MLWTI: 4-3
I think he will be a solid player and a very good guy to have in the locker room. I'll leave the rest of the shit alone.
No doubt, everyone here is just stating opinions and is just guessing at the end of the day.
I didn't think Luke Kuechly would be all that good, and so far he has been a monster. I've been wrong before, and I'll be wrong again many times.
I don't think you can validly compare the two. Teo is a middle LB where Mosley is an OLB. Teo plays the middle and is a good run stuffer. He has a nose for the ball and has found himself in situations to be the benefactor of some stupid QB decisions. Mosley is a better "space" backer. He is the best cover backer in the country and can make plays in space better than Teo.
LBs like Mosley are more valuable to the NFL right now bc of the offenses being implemented. Not saying Teo doesn't have his place there or that he will be a complete bust. I just see him having a solid tenure in the league but not many pro bowls.
Yes, every year the scouts over value ND player. Is that why in ND's worst run in decades they have as many players in the NFL as Bama?
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
I didn't say there weren't ND players in the league. I was talking about them being overvalued. As in draft stock was/is too high.
...and yet ND has more undrafted players on rosters than any other school in the top 15. Stanford is the only one with more in the top 20. I guess the NFL scouts undervalue intellect.
Again, not my point. I'm talking about Michael Floyd, Jimmy Clausen, Golden Tate, John Carlson, Brady Quinn, etc...
I can see this is obviously going over your heads so I'll give up.
This post was edited by Bamafan8 16 months ago
Te'o is a fantastic player, but IMO he wasn't the best LB, much less the best player, in the country.
Jones from UGA, Mauti from PSU before his injury, and Barr from UCLA were all better IMO.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
John Parker Wilson?
Clausen: good clip board holder
Tate: starting WR
Carlson: decent TE before injury
Quinn: a starter
Why didn't you think Kuechly would be all that good? Kid dominated as a FR and only got better. Had no doubt he would be a great player. I will say I'm a bit surprised by Harrison Smith's instant impact in Minnesota.
Monster for the us (the Bills). Perhaps most consistent player on our stacked DL.
Rudolph: solid TE
H. Smith: rookie with two pick-6
3 time POTW
Cody - starts for Ravens
Rolando - Bust. Immature idiot.
Marcell - starts for Bills
Hanks - not drafted
JPW - not drafted, backup QB
McElroy - hasn't got a shot. But late-round pick, backup QB
Ingram - hurt/unimpressive last year, but has looked good this season and is getting more touches.
I don't really get the point of this post.
point is some turn out good and others don't...
I was just naming the ones in his post
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