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  1. #31
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    Cox and Worthy are the only two DT's I would want in the first round. The others (besides Still, who I am not quite sold on) are really just high ceiling projects. We need players that can contribute now in some way and have an impact. EFX is thinking Superbowl this year, I would be really surprised to see us draft an unpolished player.

    If Worthy and Cox are gone, we will go BPA or try to trade down. The second and third rounds is filled with DT"s that are more so specialists that we could scheme use to help us win right away.

    Worthy to me is the most complete DT in the draft and can play both NT and UT...this just opens up so many more disguises on our line when you have a DT like that. Cox you know is a UT. So what is more valuable the greater penetrating skillset from Cox? or the flexibility/versatility and disguise card Worthy brings? Only EFX can answer that question I guess.
    "He's going to be the #1 receiver, and is going to be a star in this league for a long time" Todd Mcshay on Jerry Jeudy

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    see my mock...!!!

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    Turbin will be one of the best running backs in this draft.
    1. LB Arthur Brown Kansas State
    2. SS Dj Swearinger South Carolina

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironfootball39 View Post
    I followed you until you said Still. His technique is awful. AWFUL, and he gets it done because of his size. He never rocked it against better offensive lines and is probably going in the second round to be honest. Still over what I have read about worthy? Unreal
    Devon Still had very good games against Alabama x2, Iowa, Nebraska, and against almost all the Big 10 teams altogether. Which I consider probably the best conference in all of college football for producing NFL offensive linemen. His bull rush is extremely good, he also has shown the ability to use a swim move at times, but I would admit that it needs work. It's hard to develop other moves when your bull rush is as effective as his. Certain guys really only need one move, he might be one of them. Still also is built extremely well, so the conditioning issues aren't there. To me he's the DT in this class. His injury concerns may cause him to fall a bit, but his production is hard to overlook.

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    draft defense...PLEASE! we need it

    I want Worthy and another DT. However I'm really hoping Turbin is there with our 3rd pick.

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    Von Miller (@MillerLite40)

    s/0 my fellow misfit @I_AM_Worthy99 #follow #follow could B a bronco !!! #hint lol j/p maybe tho??

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    Worthy is the only DT not named Cox, Ta'Amu, or Chapman I see as being a BPA pick more than a need pick..

    I'd be okay with it.

  8. #38
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    I think Worthy would be a good 1st round selection ...

    My only complaint about him from a frame and developmental stand point of a typical DT Worthy reminds me of Marcus Thomas which at this point I see no chance of the Broncos resigning ...

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    Does anyone know of the specific games Worthy was dominate in?

    I have seen worthy play and I really am not that impressed

    I am not really interested in a guy who does nothing for the majority of the game, but blows up a few gaps here and there(what I see when I watch Worthy)

    I would much prefer someone who pushes the pocket back on a consistent basis even if it doesnt lead to sacks or TFLs (what I see when I watch Brandon Thompson)

    I have not seen every game Worthy has played so it is very possible I have missed something, but I am just wondering why so many are high on the guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Br0nc0Buster View Post
    Does anyone know of the specific games Worthy was dominate in?

    I have seen worthy play and I really am not that impressed

    I am not really interested in a guy who does nothing for the majority of the game, but blows up a few gaps here and there(what I see when I watch Worthy)

    I would much prefer someone who pushes the pocket back on a consistent basis even if it doesnt lead to sacks or TFLs (what I see when I watch Brandon Thompson)

    I have not seen every game Worthy has played so it is very possible I have missed something, but I am just wondering why so many are high on the guy
    he does it every game but it is more of a thing he can do and destory gaps.

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    latavis murray trade bait

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa-pwn View Post
    Worthy in the 1st, Brandon Thompson in the 2nd, Turbin in the 3rd
    Hands Down......Just switch Worthy with Still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Br0nc0Buster View Post
    Does anyone know of the specific games Worthy was dominate in?

    I have seen worthy play and I really am not that impressed

    I am not really interested in a guy who does nothing for the majority of the game, but blows up a few gaps here and there(what I see when I watch Worthy)

    I would much prefer someone who pushes the pocket back on a consistent basis even if it doesnt lead to sacks or TFLs (what I see when I watch Brandon Thompson)

    I have not seen every game Worthy has played so it is very possible I have missed something, but I am just wondering why so many are high on the guy
    Went back and watched his snaps from the outback bowl
    feeling a little better about Worthy after that game, still probably like Thompson better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Br0nc0Buster View Post
    Does anyone know of the specific games Worthy was dominate in?
    Vs Ohio St ... I've watched and rewatched that highlight video ... He was anticipating the snap count something fierce in that game ...

    Here's a decent highlight clip ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by maddenking27 View Post
    Hands Down......Just switch Worthy with Still.
    A high motor guy for a low motor guy....

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    I really like Turbin

    Where's he projected to go now?
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