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    just wondering why kennedy is starting and not ferguson....???? can anyone explain this one???

  • #2
    ummm because Kennedy won the job in camp and is better.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by AlWilsonOwnsU
      ummm because Kennedy won the job in camp and is better.
      Kennedy is a SS, Ferguson is a FS... Therefore Ferguson would have to start over Lynch *YAH RITE!*
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      • #4
        Again,
        denver doesn't necessarily have ss/fs......just the best safetys play.
        Coyer made this clear earlier this year. Not to mention the fact that you may see 3 safetys out there at the same time.


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        • #5
          Originally posted by DBfan4lyfe
          Kennedy is a SS, Ferguson is a FS... Therefore Ferguson would have to start over Lynch *YAH RITE!*
          Actually Lynch and Kennedy are both SS but it is better to have both Kennedy and Lynch on the field (in my opinion). If Lynch retires (which I doubt) then next year it will be Kennedy and Ferguson (as long as we hold on to both since Kennedy is a free agent this year).
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          • #6
            Originally posted by brom66an6
            Actually Lynch and Kennedy are both SS but it is better to have both Kennedy and Lynch on the field (in my opinion). If Lynch retires (which I doubt) then next year it will be Kennedy and Ferguson (as long as we hold on to both since Kennedy is a free agent this year).
            I think Lynch will be around for 3 more years till' his contract runs up.
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            • #7
              Kennedy is the better run stopper, Nick is the better pass defender......and they both hit like runaway trains!.....im guessing both will see lots of playing time depending on the defensive formation.....but neither one will start ahead of lynch, lynch is out to prove to everyone that he still can play, and he will stress this point by totaly knocking some one's head clean off their shoulders as soon as he gets the chance! wr's get those alligator arms ready, Mr. Lynch can smell you going over the middle.
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              • #8
                We would start with Lynch and Ferguson IMO.... Kenoy is just a big hitter he doesn't cover well....


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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Helderht_
                  We would start with Lynch and Ferguson IMO.... Kenoy is just a big hitter he doesn't cover well....
                  He reads the run better than Ferguson.
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                  • #10
                    I think Fergusan should get playing time. I think he will. I think he could replace either of the other safeties. On passing downs he's better in coverage than maybe both Lynch or Fergusan. But I like it the way it is. Atleast we have a really good back up if we need him.

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                    • #11
                      Didn't Ferguson lead the DB's in tackling last year? Or was that the whole defense?

                      Either way Ferguson IS the better safety, IMO. I think we'll be seeing Ferguson and Kennedy throughout the game at different points; and like someone else said, both on the field at the same time (plus or minus Lynch).


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