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  • Peerless
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    Love me some CHJ. A smart ball-hawk.

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  • Saddletramp
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    #Broncos @ChrisHarrisJr let me know had a great time at Pro Bowl. Leg fully healed. Had 2 picks in practice. And added an interception in the game. #Denver7 https://t.co/2JBBDQcOjs


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  • brianmcfarlane
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    Harris is targeting his return to be week 17 against the Chargers. I hope he can do that. In the meantime, hopefully the DBs that are next up will get some reps that help them develop into solid players now and in the future, at least this should show what the Broncos have for sure in players like Langely and Yiadom. I imagine Cravens will also be utilized more, he seemed to have played fairly well against the Bengals? I don't know for sure as I could only listen to the game. Lots of 3 or 4 safeties in the game these next few weeks?

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  • FL BRONCO
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    What more can we ask for, he already beat the Chargers, he should fit right in.

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  • Fantaztic7
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    Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
    was that the one game the Browns won in 2016? And it was against the Chargers? haha!
    Yes it was the only game they won. Wouldn’t it be cool for Taylor to get an INT to beat the Chargers!

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  • Fantaztic7
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    Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
    awesome. Missed that today, thanks for the update. Hopefully our new Bronco steps up to the plate and balls out
    Hopefully he makes some plays - he’s made some in the past and maybe Harris can coach him up.

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  • TheAsianPA
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    Originally posted by Fantaztic7 View Post
    Jamar Taylor has the potential to make plays. In 2016 with the Browns he intercepted Rivers once and defended three passes. INT at the 1:20 mark:

    https://youtu.be/IVy3llcPcSc

    He also had a PI penalty and unnecessary roughness (questionable call).
    was that the one game the Browns won in 2016? And it was against the Chargers? haha!

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  • TheAsianPA
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    Originally posted by Fantaztic7 View Post
    awesome. Missed that today, thanks for the update. Hopefully our new Bronco steps up to the plate and balls out

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  • Fantaztic7
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    Jamar Taylor has the potential to make plays. In 2016 with the Browns he intercepted Rivers once and defended three passes. INT at the 1:20 mark:

    https://youtu.be/IVy3llcPcSc

    He also had a PI penalty and unnecessary roughness (questionable call).

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  • Fantaztic7
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    Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
    eh. Still haven't signed Taylor yet. I'm guessing he didn't do well enough on the physical.

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  • -Rod-
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    Jamar Taylor was the DB covering Jared Cook on the Raiders' 1st touchdown at the 0:18 mark, bottom of the screen. I believe he was waived after this game.

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  • TheAsianPA
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    eh. Still haven't signed Taylor yet. I'm guessing he didn't do well enough on the physical.

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  • beastlyskronk
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    Harris has only allowed 9.9 ypc this season which is 5th best in the NFL. His past two games were actually his worst of the season 10 catches for 93 yards against the Chargers and 15 catches for 114 yards against Pittsburgh. Through the first 9 games he had only allowed 34 receptions for 330 yards. On the season he’s only allowed .84 yards of separation per reception, last season was much better statistically (34 receptions, 44% completion rate) but he was giving up 1.49 yards of separation per reception.

    That deep crosser against Seattle, he shouldn’t have given up but I do understand why Harris yells at his safeties. If he’s expecting them to play a coverage a certain way it influences how Harris attacks his assignment. Harris isn’t Champ Bailey in terms of athleticism so he uses his knowledge of everyone’s assignments to give himself an edge when covering WRs. If I have a S over the top in cover 2 man then I’ll probably try to shade underneath especially and if that S can beat the ball to the sideline I’ll shade underneath and inside. Pretty basic but it’s these nuances that make Harris a great cover corner and Roby an inconsistent corner.

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  • FL BRONCO
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    I like the signing if it happens. He certainly has the ability imo. He could turn it around and be a good player for us for a long time. Yep, I'm drinking the Kool Aid on this one.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
    eh. Probably like everyone else we all sped to PFF and were disappointed. 111th ranked CB...ugh. He may not even be that bad, but there's no way he's even close to CHJ. I guess this means no Pac Man Jones.
    I've lost faith in PFF over the years. I could never understand Paradis being amongst the top centres when he wasn't that great. Nor do I believe in Harris' rankings this year when I've watched him get burned over and over in games, before turning and yelling at the safety or other players.

    One that stands out is against Seattle when he got destroyed by Baldwin (I think) on a deep crosser and he just quit covering him, and then yelled at the safety (Simmons did screw up on the play). Having deep help in cover 1 doesn't mean that you quit covering your guy, it means you should have deep help, but that can change depending on patterns.

    Another play was a couple of weeks ago when the Broncos were playing zone, someone went in behind Harris and caught a ball 15 yards down field. Harris started yelling at his teammates cause it was their fault. But in zone coverage when there's nothing in front of you, you should start to drop, because if there's nothing in front there with be something in behind. There was no one in front of Harris, but he just sat there.

    Those are two plays where I'm sure PFF graded other players with negatives, but on both plays Harris screwed up and yelled at his teammates afterwards.

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