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    Bronco Nagurski Award (nation’s defensive player of the year)

    All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report and American Football Coaches Association

    Walter Camp Football Foundation Top Ten Player of the Year honors

    All-Big East Conference first-team pick and Defensive Player of the Year

    He is in great company as Champ won the Bronco Nagurski Award in 1998. I may be drunk off the Dumervil kool-aid but I from what G. Warren and A. Wilson have said watch out!
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  • #2
    Originally posted by T8KNOVR
    Bronco Nagurski Award (nation’s defensive player of the year)

    All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report and American Football Coaches Association

    Walter Camp Football Foundation Top Ten Player of the Year honors

    All-Big East Conference first-team pick and Defensive Player of the Year

    He is in great company as Champ won the Bronco Nagurski Award in 1998. I may be drunk off the Dumervil kool-aid but I from what G. Warren and A. Wilson have said watch out!

    You forgot to add "Is compared to Dwight Freeney!" That alone should have told everyone in the NFL universe that he's going to be a stud!

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    • #3
      Wow, people are putting so much stock in Dumerville be a stud because of "in commons" he has with a good player.

      You the know the last Bronco that had alot of "in commons" with a good player was Wesely Duke. And some homer fans are gonna keep telling you he was released due to knee surgerory. Well if he was the next Gates im pretty sure you would keep him on IR until he is better His performance in NFLE was his last chance to prove to Denver that he deserved to be there, and obvisiouly he didnt.

      So my point?
      SOmetimes i may be wrong, most the time i will be right But the last a situation like Dumerville came up i was right, and i think i will be this time. Dumerville might serve as a great 3rd down Pass Rush DE, but nothing more, and he can power rush like Freeny. Freeny may use his speed mostely but he will bull rush you if your on your heels. If Dumerville does that, he gets inside big Tackles and get manhandled.
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      • #4
        T8K---> You're right on. Its all in the Sig baby!

        He might be 9/16 of an inch shorter than Dwight Freeney, so everyone says he's too short. Let his production this season speak for itself I say.


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        • #5
          Originally posted by MTRaiderHater
          T8K---> You're right on. Its all in the Sig baby!

          He might be 9/16 of an inch shorter than Dwight Freeney, so everyone says he's too short. Let his production this season speak for itself I say.

          LMAO

          Dwight Freeny is 6'1"
          and your so called "next" Dwight Freeny is 5'11" thats two inches in case you cant count....
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          • #6
            Originally posted by GridironChamp
            Wow, people are putting so much stock in Dumerville be a stud because of "in commons" he has with a good player.

            You the know the last Bronco that had alot of "in commons" with a good player was Wesely Duke. And some homer fans are gonna keep telling you he was released due to knee surgerory. Well if he was the next Gates im pretty sure you would keep him on IR until he is better His performance in NFLE was his last chance to prove to Denver that he deserved to be there, and obvisiouly he didnt.

            So my point?
            SOmetimes i may be wrong, most the time i will be right But the last a situation like Dumerville came up i was right, and i think i will be this time. Dumerville might serve as a great 3rd down Pass Rush DE, but nothing more, and he can power rush like Freeny. Freeny may use his speed mostely but he will bull rush you if your on your heels. If Dumerville does that, he gets inside big Tackles and get manhandled.
            I disagree with your Duke comparison. The "in-commons" factor with Duke was solely athletic ability. The "in-commons" with Dumervil is not only sheer athletic ability but also a lot of statistical evidence as well as prestigous awards.

            I think Dumervil will be a beast too!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SimonSteele
              I disagree with your Duke comparison. The "in-commons" factor with Duke was solely athletic ability. The "in-commons" with Dumervil is not only sheer athletic ability but also a lot of statistical evidence as well as prestigous awards.

              I think Dumervil will be a beast too!
              That he earned during when the first half of the season when no one knew who he was?

              Did you know Dumervil had 14-17 sacks in the first half of his season and only 6-3 in the last half....Thats because he was actually gettting blocked now.

              We will see, when Dumervil plays about 15 plays in a game....
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              • #8
                Originally posted by GridironChamp
                LMAO

                Dwight Freeny is 6'1"
                and your so called "next" Dwight Freeny is 5'11" thats two inches in case you cant count....
                Well, if you want to get picky and techical, Dumervil is actually 5-11 7/16, whereas Freeney is 6-0 9/16. That is a difference of 1 1/8".

                Just in case you can't count.

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                Last edited by topscribe; 06-07-2006, 10:59 PM. Reason: spelling

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                • #9
                  Dumervil has all the physical criteria to be a good pass rusher, but IMO, at best he will fight for a rotation on the defensive line.

                  It is an interesting possibility however to plug him in at DT oppoiste warren and see how he does with about 15 more lbs (he has the frame for t)
                  Blet

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by GridironChamp
                    That he earned during when the first half of the season when no one knew who he was?

                    WooHoo!

                    Thanks for the coherent sentence.

                    Anyway, I would like to point out that Elvis is actually 5'11 7/16" tall. Thare are many places on the web like this that reference him as 6'0'' tall. While Dwight F. might be close to 6'1" tall, he isn't very much taller than Elvis. Every team has a fudge factor when listing the various statistics of there players. Players also want to be viewed by their competitors as the best possible specimen of a football player. An NFL player is really only measured publicly once in his lifetime-- prior to the NFL Draft. So Dwight F.'s height may be anywhere from 6'0"-6'1", but since he has been playing at a profession level in a combat sport for most of his life, his spine has probably been compressed about a half an inch since he entered the NFL. Also, since the average person's height varies as much as 1/4" from morning to evening, Elvis and Dwight could be as close as 3/8 of an inch in height, depending on the time of day they are measured.

                    In closing, I would like to say that the point here is that two atheletes cannot be seperated into "too small" and "has good size" categories because of a few fractions of an inch. There are far to many characteristics of a good football player that are ignored when these assessments are made. That is why you hear about "immeasureables," because they can't be measured.


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by topscribe
                      Well, if you want to get picky and techical, Dumerville is actually 5-11 7/16, whereas Freeney is 6-0 9/16. That is a difference of 1 1/8".

                      Just in case you can't count.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by GridironChamp
                        Wow, people are putting so much stock in Dumerville be a stud because of "in commons" he has with a good player.

                        You the know the last Bronco that had alot of "in commons" with a good player was Wesely Duke. And some homer fans are gonna keep telling you he was released due to knee surgerory. Well if he was the next Gates im pretty sure you would keep him on IR until he is better His performance in NFLE was his last chance to prove to Denver that he deserved to be there, and obvisiouly he didnt.

                        So my point?
                        SOmetimes i may be wrong, most the time i will be right But the last a situation like Dumerville came up i was right, and i think i will be this time. Dumerville might serve as a great 3rd down Pass Rush DE, but nothing more, and he can power rush like Freeny. Freeny may use his speed mostely but he will bull rush you if your on your heels. If Dumerville does that, he gets inside big Tackles and get manhandled.

                        Your comparison to Duke/Gates isn't neccessarily correlative to the Freeney/Dumervil comparion.

                        Duke was either going to be a complete hit or miss. Players like him are always going to be. Ones that have great athletic ability, but haven't played since HS. Duke hadn't ever really proved himself.

                        Obviously, or so it seems to Shanny, Duke was a miss.

                        Dumervil is compared to Freeney because he played against a similar level of competition, got roughly the same stats, and is roughly the same size.

                        And I'm really tired of people saying,''All of Dumervil's stats came against weak teams.'' 20 sacks is 20 sacks, people. I didn't know half of Louisville's schedule was against Div. II schools. No one seemed to say anything when Suggs was manhandled all day by 18-year old Ritchie Incognito, when he racked up 20+ sacks.
                        Go Huskers.

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                        • #13
                          There is a lot of players out there that came out of college and scouts said they were too short. Here some examples of what i'm talking about: Zach Thomas, Dwight Freeney, Darrent Williams, and here's the best one Sam Mills. And thats just on defence off the top of my head. Just because a player is labled 'too short' doesn't mean he can't play. One thing about all those players is they have great instincts. What i mean they have the ability to see plays before they happen and get to the ball and be one step ahead of everyone else. that goes toward filling any size or talent gap. I don't know how many of you read some of the draft guides but i do and in one of the magazines it talks about players with good defenive instincts and they said a good pick would be DE Elvis Dumervil. Last year we draft Darrent Williams and everyone said he was to short play, it was wasted pick, he's nothin more than a kick returner. Now look at him. He brought a aggressive play making ability to the Broncos that the Broncos hadn't had in a while. To me Dumervil will be fixture on the Dline for years to come.
                          Last edited by D.J.55; 06-05-2006, 03:23 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by T8KNOVR
                            Bronco Nagurski Award (nation’s defensive player of the year)

                            All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report and American Football Coaches Association

                            Walter Camp Football Foundation Top Ten Player of the Year honors

                            All-Big East Conference first-team pick and Defensive Player of the Year

                            He is in great company as Champ won the Bronco Nagurski Award in 1998. I may be drunk off the Dumervil kool-aid but I from what G. Warren and A. Wilson have said watch out!
                            It's nice... but all of them awards are college awards.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by MTRaiderHater
                              WooHoo!

                              Thanks for the coherent sentence.

                              Anyway, I would like to point out that Elvis is actually 5'11 7/16" tall. Thare are many places on the web like this that reference him as 6'0'' tall. While Dwight F. might be close to 6'1" tall, he isn't very much taller than Elvis. Every team has a fudge factor when listing the various statistics of there players. Players also want to be viewed by their competitors as the best possible specimen of a football player. An NFL player is really only measured publicly once in his lifetime-- prior to the NFL Draft. So Dwight F.'s height may be anywhere from 6'0"-6'1", but since he has been playing at a profession level in a combat sport for most of his life, his spine has probably been compressed about a half an inch since he entered the NFL. Also, since the average person's height varies as much as 1/4" from morning to evening, Elvis and Dwight could be as close as 3/8 of an inch in height, depending on the time of day they are measured.

                              In closing, I would like to say that the point here is that two atheletes cannot be seperated into "too small" and "has good size" categories because of a few fractions of an inch. There are far to many characteristics of a good football player that are ignored when these assessments are made. That is why you hear about "immeasureables," because they can't be measured.

                              Yeah ok, and this does what?
                              He said they were ore or less the same hieght i just pointed out the correct heights.

                              BTW size matters in the NFL for the normal player, occansionally you get a player or two that is undersized that it works out for..........

                              And so this helps Dumervile's case how? He still isnt Dwight Freeny in anyway possible, including height. So you can drop that idea, if you are trying to compare them two.

                              Note: can you be anymore of a Homer at this moment? saying that Freeny might be shorter but not saying Dumbervile could be...
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                              ^^^Get used to it.^^^

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