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  • Darren Sproles San Diego Chargers

    Here is a guy who just may make the difference in the race for the AFC crown. I am a charger fan obviously I am biased but tons of K state fans say he has the best moves since another kansas boy named barry sanders. Check out his highlight video

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  • #2
    did they sign him? looks pretty impressive. but we'll see wut he'll do after big Al hits him a few times.


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    • #3
      http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/draft?round=2&dl=nfl go to that link for all videos on draft picks in case you guys never saw them.
      2016 AFC WEST CHAMPIONS: STATED WEEK 7 SAN DIEGO SUPER CHARGERS

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      • #4
        none of the videos there are working


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        • #5
          they are all working for me? Anyone else have a problem
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          • #6
            he definatley has some moves. but at 5'7" and only 170lbs it remains to be seen how well he takes a hit, although a guy that small and shifty is hard to lay a good smacking on.

            what's the talk about him? is he being brought in as mostly a returner or are they planning/hoping to get him some touches out of the backfield?
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            • #7
              He sort of resembles a Dante Hall, but he will never be as good as Dante Hall at returning kicks. Dante Hall is so much more fast and agile. Dante can also make cuts and turn so much faster.
              "And we all know that stats don't mean anything if you don't have the wins to back them up"-ChampWJ

              It's a good thing Jay Cutler was a proven winner in college. Oh wait, nevermind.

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              • #8
                Worked for me.

                But I have to say although he has moves you have to comapre what he did in college with the big leagues. Not sure how many of theose TD's would have been scored playing against real players.

                I noticed that he was chased down from behind on a lot of those plays. Shiftness means squat there.

                TIme will tell if he can contribute.

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                • #9
                  Funny I saw seperation on alot of plays and the only plays he was caught on were angle plays with 2 plus players involved. So far all the talk in mini camp is abot darren sproles and at 5'6 180 how hard he is to tackle because he literally dissapears behind blockers and then shoots out like a cannon.
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                  • #10
                    I'm telling

                    I'm telling you guys. He's the next big thing. Yeah he might be small but damn, this guy is fast.... WATCH OUT!!!!
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                    • #11
                      There was a lot of hype about him last season. Before last season, ESPN predicted Sproles would win the Heisman. He seems a lot like Q, but I would rather have Sproles than Q right now just because Sproles is stronger and faster. Sproles had something like 27 reps of 225 at the combine - he might be pound-for-pound the strongest man in the NFL.
                      A proponent of Denver drafting Cutler since 10/05.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by PsychoChicken
                        There was a lot of hype about him last season. Before last season, ESPN predicted Sproles would win the Heisman. He seems a lot like Q, but I would rather have Sproles than Q right now just because Sproles is stronger and faster. Sproles had something like 27 reps of 225 at the combine - he might be pound-for-pound the strongest man in the NFL.
                        Sproles is the strongest pound for pound. I saw lineman struggling to make 30 reps. He should be a beast for us this year.
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                        • #13
                          Lookie here!

                          Originally posted by PsychoChicken
                          There was a lot of hype about him last season. Before last season, ESPN predicted Sproles would win the Heisman. He seems a lot like Q, but I would rather have Sproles than Q right now just because Sproles is stronger and faster. Sproles had something like 27 reps of 225 at the combine - he might be pound-for-pound the strongest man in the NFL.
                          I don't know where you got your info, but I have a surprise for you and a lot of Q doubters
                          (not that you are one--I don't know how you feel at the moment).

                          Quentin Griffin has run the 40-yard dash in 4.36 seconds!

                          Yeah!! You heard me right! 4.36 seconds!

                          Here's another one:

                          Quentin Griffin has squatted 465 pounds!

                          This is not a typo!!

                          You will find the documentation here.
                          Go down the page and look for "The Wrapup."

                          Now, you wanna know why they're keeping him around?
                          We'll keep 5' 7", 195 lb. Quentin Griffin over 5' 7", 170 lb. Darren Sproles!

                          Ohhh yeah!!

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                          • #14
                            What's more . . .

                            Here is an excerpt from a report on Q at the Combine. Thoroughly impressive. The 40 wasn't as fast (but still fast). I have noticed that Combine times are often down from what they run elsewhere. Anyway, this is what I found there:

                            "Oklahoma’s Quentin Griffin, who completed every drill but the three-cone, showed why some scouts have compared his moves to Barry Sanders’, showing excellent change of direction, lateral quickness and a burst with the group’s best vertical jump (38 inches), 20-yard shuttle (4.02) and 60-yard shuttle (10.94). In fact, he was the only back to complete the 60-yard shuttle in less than 11 seconds and ran an impressive 4.43 40. Diedrick had the group’s second-best vertical (behind Griffin) with a 37-inch jump."


                            Once again, give me Q.



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                            • #15
                              Heard the same ol' stuff about Q, and look what he did. If he gets the chance to run the ball, which I doubt, hopefully the coaches will let him run to the outside a little bit more. Regardless, he'll spend most of his time as a backup to LT.


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