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  1. #1
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    Crick - A Force in the Trenches

    Crick's stats without Suh:

    63 tackles, a team-leading 16 tackles-for-losses and 9 sacks.


    Gerald McCoy's 3rd overall draft pick stats:

    34 tackles, 15 tackles-for-losses and 6 sacks.


    I think we are Ok with Watt or Crick, or both!

    http://huskerextra.com/sports/footba...4b7913ed8.html
    Last edited by Livinthelife; 01-07-2011 at 04:08 PM.

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    Cool story bro,
    Doesn't mean he can do that in NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEdraftnik View Post
    Cool story bro,
    Doesn't mean he can do that in NFL.
    I forgot where I said he could, cool story bro.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEdraftnik View Post
    Cool story bro,
    Doesn't mean he can do that in NFL.
    lol posts like this are so dumb


    you could say the same for EVERYONE

    i think if we can get him in the second we will be golden
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    Quote Originally Posted by Livinthelife View Post
    Crick's stats without Suh:

    63 tackles, a team-leading 16 tackles-for-losses and 9 sacks.


    Gerald McCoy's 3rd overall draft pick stats:

    34 tackles, 15 tackles-for-losses and 6 sacks.


    I think we are Ok with Watt or Crick, or both!

    http://huskerextra.com/sports/footba...4b7913ed8.html
    Sorry to burst your bubble but Crick is not coming out this year.

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    Crick is a good prospect, he just needs to put on a few lbs as he's only 285. He's a great penetrator though....

    with that said, I don't think he's coming out this year. He's a local boy who grew up in a tiny town just down I-80 from Lincoln and it's been his dream to play for NU.... I think he knows he still has work to do as far as growing as a all around DT. Local Nebraska kids rarely leave early....

    just my opinion though

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAY6 View Post
    Sorry to burst your bubble but Crick is not coming out this year.
    You're correct, totally forgot about that, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livinthelife View Post
    You're correct, totally forgot about that, sorry.
    It's all good, I definitely feel he's good too. We might have chance to pick him up next year if he's available. But Watt on the other hand, slips to our first second, we gotta take him. He's a great prospect with a non-stop motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THEdraftnik View Post
    Cool story bro,
    Doesn't mean he can do that in NFL.
    Doesn't mean he can't, either...

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    We should actively look for Crick next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBboundBRONCOS View Post
    lol posts like this are so dumb


    you could say the same for EVERYONE

    i think if we can get him in the second we will be golden
    Sorry,
    Thought this was another Patrick Peterson thread.
    I misinterpreted your post, all the best

    Would still rather take Fairley over Watt though.

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    Crock is a beast. I would love to see him as a broncos this year or next

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    Crick is staying at nebraska, go figure. Via the declared draft prospects thread.

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    This is crzy I wanted crick. Hopefully we can still get heyward and maybe ballard although he looked suspect in the bowl game but he's built like fairley with a motor to match fast for his size

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livinthelife View Post
    Crick's stats without Suh:

    63 tackles, a team-leading 16 tackles-for-losses and 9 sacks.


    Gerald McCoy's 3rd overall draft pick stats:

    34 tackles, 15 tackles-for-losses and 6 sacks.


    I think we are Ok with Watt or Crick, or both!

    http://huskerextra.com/sports/footba...4b7913ed8.html
    I dont care to much for stats. You need to watch him play and see how he got those sacks. Were they because the pressure came off the edge and the QB steps into a sack. Were they hustle sacks. Can he beat one on one blocking. Does he demand a double team. Does he have good hand use. Does he waste steps. Does he get washed easily. It is more extensive than just looking at stats.

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