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Do you expect the TE's to be a lot more involved this year?
Kiffin's playcalling loves the TE's and RB's, especially on 3rd and 3-7 yards. They made a lot of big catches on 3rd downs, especially in the Stanford and Oregon games last year. With them having more trust this year and more time in the system, do you see them getting downfield a little more often this year?
I ask because I am looking at taking Telfer later in my fantasy draft instead of going with someone else earlier and I think he will still be around.
Telfer would be perfect for fantasy IMO.
Woods and Lee are so talented and demand so much attention that they're going to keep the middle of the field open for short passes to the TEs, and besides having great hands, Telfer is one of those guys that consistently drags tacklers ten yards.
Telfer's certainly not the best TE in football but he's going to rack up stats because of the position he's in at USC.
That's kind of what I am looking for. A TE with 30-40 receptions and hopefully 5 or 6 TDs. Hopefully one I can get in the later rounds in my draft tonight.
OC Frederick. Nod to Jones but both are switching positions and Frederick will be in the discussion.
On the outside looking in, but near the top grouping.
LB's Borland and Taylor
If we can get Simon to SSDE he's the best in the country. Hankins might be by the end of the season.
i can agree with that. monsters inc.
TE: Phillip Lutz
P: Steven Clarke
K: Cody Parkey
DE: Corey Lemonier
FB: Jay Prosch
This post was edited by weGO 20 months ago
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Last time I checked osu.edu was Ohio State
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Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
This. With Woods and Lee getting a cloud it will be one on one or a seam in the zone for our backs and TE's on almost every down.
The only Hawkeye with a shot at being a #1 guy in America is TE CJ Fiedorowicz.
There are a few others that could compete for top spots in the Big Ten--QB James Vandenberg, WR Keenan Davis, LT Brandon Scherff, CB Micah Hyde--but those guys won't be All-Americans this year. Scherff could get there by next year or '14, and he should be the third straight starting LT to be a first round pick whenever he chooses to go pro.
RB - Malcolm Brown / Joe Bergeron
OG - Mason Walters
DE - Jackson Jeffcoat / Alex Okafor
LB - Jordan Hicks
CB - Quandre Diggs / Carrington Byndom
S - Kenny Vaccaro
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Lacy is at best third in the SEC behind Lattimore and Davis.
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BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
Thread title should just be changed too "every homer post your entire roster"
Best NT is.not in Alabama, he is.in Georgia and he will go higher in the.draft guaranteed
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
JW moves from the Nose in our Base to a DT in our Nickle or Dime Defense....So what ever.
As far as EL goes we will revisit this topic on Sept 2nd and see if you have changed your mind.
Good Luck to you guys, ready to watch a Great Game in Dallas!
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In the conversation right now:
DE: Jenkins and Warner
Chance to be there at end of season
The DEs are in most people's top 10. Reporters and analysts who watch film instead of just going off stats have Rhodes and Joyner in their top 10s. Hopkins has comparable numbers to any kicker in the game. Jones' numbers were held down by the position he played but people who watched the film love the guy. He covered TEs and even some slot WRs well, took on blockers and still made plays. Switching sides of the defense will free him up to make more tackles and sacks, letting his numbers skyrocket as long as he is healthy.
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