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PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2012 9:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BroncoinGermany wrote:
Just discoverd him among other prospects in this NFL.com article: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d82a6cdec/article/texas-jackson-jeffcoat-headlines-top-college-defensive-ends

Man, it somehow feels good to see another fellow German making his way into the NFL. Nütten, Vollmer, Werner... Although football is still somewhat of a fringe sport in Germany, institutions like the former NFL Europe, the annual Super Bowl broadcast on cable, the availability of live NFL and college games via the pay TV provider Sky and their channel ESPN America or more recently NFL GamePass- they all have helped drawing attention to American football. Over the next few years, I'd imagine that the number of Germans playing college football and perhaps in the NFL is only going to increase.

Is Werner first, second or third round worthy in the coming draft?


If he keeps improving, first. He's a beastly player.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bjeorn reported today at 258 pounds. A 20 pounds lighter than last season Shocked
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Bjeorn reported today at 258 pounds. A 20 pounds lighter than last season Shocked


Dont really understand the point of losing that weight
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Seminolebuc wrote:
Bjeorn reported today at 258 pounds. A 20 pounds lighter than last season Shocked


Dont really understand the point of losing that weight


I guess the staff wants to see if he can keep his strength while gaining some speed. All the players weights are closely controlled by the S&C staff by making them eat at specific tables for gaining, losing, or maintaining.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2012 9:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

3 sacks for the Germanator today.
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3 sacks for the Germanator today.


Awesome. He's my mancrush this year. Couldn't watch the game.
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3 sacks in a game is great. however, you have got to keep in context that they opened up against Murray State and beat them 69-3 Shocked . We all knew FSU was going to win and most likely in a dominating fashion, but 69-3 is pretty damn crazy.

Was anyone able to catch the game? Other than his 3 sacks (against way inferior opponents), how did he look? How was he against the run, at the point of attack, ect ect. Some info would be great.
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3 sacks in a game is great. however, you have got to keep in context that they opened up against Murray State and beat them 69-3 Shocked . We all knew FSU was going to win and most likely in a dominating fashion, but 69-3 is pretty damn crazy.

Was anyone able to catch the game? Other than his 3 sacks (against way inferior opponents), how did he look? How was he against the run, at the point of attack, ect ect. Some info would be great.


He didnt have three sacks he had four sacks. I watched the entire game and he looks MUCH faster. He still looked very powerful and was getting triple teamed alot but its hard to really tell his strength against Murray State.
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He looks to be on another level. And we've seen him against cupcake schools before... but nothing like this.
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what's his comparison to an NFL defensive end? who does he remind you guys of? I havent seen enough of him yet
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coors wrote:
what's his comparison to an NFL defensive end? who does he remind you guys of? I havent seen enough of him yet


Some have liked the Jared Allen comparison
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Justin Smith?
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if he's 258 now, is he perhaps aiming to be 'marketable' to 3-4 teams as an OLB
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if he's 258 now, is he perhaps aiming to be 'marketable' to 3-4 teams as an OLB


But why, he is messing up a good thing...
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MSURacerDT55 wrote:
kethnaab wrote:
if he's 258 now, is he perhaps aiming to be 'marketable' to 3-4 teams as an OLB


But why, he is messing up a good thing...


Not really, if he still puts the same product out on the field, with maybe some extra explosion and a better chance of getting to the QB he is going to raise his stock.

Pass Rush>Run Defense in the draft, and size is a secondary concern, look at Bruce Irvin.
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