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  • Can Dorsett Davis be a factor?

    Do you think this guy has a shot now this year since he's healthy? (KNOCKS ON WOOD)

    I remember reading reports that he was one of the top DT in college who actually can get to the QB......

    Have you seen anything in him? Or is he a sure cut?

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    If performance is the deciding factor I would have to say he will make the team.
    He was the most impressive Lineman on Saturday.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by DURANGO BRONCO
      If performance is the deciding factor I would have to say he will make the team.
      He was the most impressive Lineman on Saturday.
      I heard that he was putting some pressure on the QB.

      Does he have any chance of taking "super mario fatfaehis (sp)" job?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by B4Bronco16
        I heard that he was putting some pressure on the QB.

        Does he have any chance of taking "super mario fatfaehis (sp)" job?
        nope. Fatafehi is a lock. However, if some injuries occur, i could see davis making the team.
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        • #5
          Dorsett Davis got injured today.
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          • #6
            Dorsett Davis has replaced Mario Fatafehi on second string defence.

            Source, denverbroncos.com

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            • #7
              ya every report ive read or seen has been very positive. he seems to be getting pressure and making plays in practise. he could be a pleasant surprise. imagine one of shannys drafts on the line coming through?
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              • #8
                I think this could be a big year for Dorsett Davis as I posted in June. However, he has shown these flashes of effort and ability in training camp before and then went into hibernation. He has the ability. Now, does he have the work ethic? The knock on him coming out of college was that he took plays off.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bcbronc
                  ya every report ive read or seen has been very positive. he seems to be getting pressure and making plays in practise. he could be a pleasant surprise. imagine one of shannys drafts on the line coming through?

                  Shanahan drafted Pryce if I remember correctly- not a bad pick, but I understand your point. Successful drafting at those positions has been way below average.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Dean
                    Shanahan drafted Pryce if I remember correctly- not a bad pick, but I understand your point. Successful drafting at those positions has been way below average.
                    Reggie Hayward and Montae Reagor havent werent to shabby either, I think his average is a lil higher than some like to think, b/c good D-linemen are very hard find.
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                    • #11
                      Good point Sam. This is especially true when you look at the failure rate on first and second round picks spent upon the D-line by all NFL teams. It and QB seems to be a crap shoot.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Dean
                        Shanahan drafted Pryce if I remember correctly- not a bad pick, but I understand your point. Successful drafting at those positions has been way below average.
                        BUT, price only had a couple of superb years, then mediocrity and had to be called on the carpet for a couple of years. Once he got his new contract he was nothing special. Just showed up for work did not perform @ a $9,000,000.00 per year level. Or maybe my expectations are a tad high.

                        Potential was on the moon, has not played like it since getting the really BIG contract.

                        Had I been Mikey I'd have cut the clown and ate the cap space and sent a message to the squad

                        no workee, no payee.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Jrhampton
                          BUT, price only had a couple of superb years, then mediocrity and had to be called on the carpet for a couple of years. Once he got his new contract he was nothing special. Just showed up for work did not perform @ a $9,000,000.00 per year level. Or maybe my expectations are a tad high.

                          Potential was on the moon, has not played like it since getting the really BIG contract.

                          Had I been Mikey I'd have cut the clown and ate the cap space and sent a message to the squad

                          no workee, no payee.
                          jr your kidding right? pryce is widely considered a pro bowler and he and al wilson were the bright spot on our team before the new D had been a point of emphasis with shanny. ie 99-02 in 03 it was double team pryce all time and in 04 he was hurt. in 05 look for pryce to goto the probowl and in doing so making the browncos look real good.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Dean
                            I think this could be a big year for Dorsett Davis as I posted in June. However, he has shown these flashes of effort and ability in training camp before and then went into hibernation. He has the ability. Now, does he have the work ethic? The knock on him coming out of college was that he took plays off.
                            Seems to me that that phrase is becoming WAYYYYY too overused in the scouting reports being given.
                            How the hell do they know what's going on in a college kid's head? Girlfriend probs. Money probs. Grade probs. Family probs....
                            Its not like they're making bookoo bucks, riding hummers and hanging with their homies.
                            College is NOT their livelihoold....but a stepping stone in their lives.

                            I wasn't exactly a go-getter in college either, but that doesn't mean I work any less than anybody else, now.

                            Next thing you know, they'll be talking about how they were fat/out of shape back in grade school.....
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by DURANGO BRONCO
                              If performance is the deciding factor I would have to say he will make the team.
                              He was the most impressive Lineman on Saturday.
                              I agree. I thought he did a good job getting penetration, and collapsing the pocket. The biggest problem they had against the run was poor tackling, and overpursuit.
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