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Vikefan79


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Blair Walsh - Leads the league in touchbacks and has only missed 1 FG

Harrison Smith - Defensive Rookie of the year candidate. Has made our defensive secondary light years better than it has been in a long time.

Matt Kalil - Well on his way to becoming an elite LT in this league.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Perry-now hurt, was showing flashes
Worthy-hot/cold, like him as a starter in the future
McMillian-looked great, got pulled this week
Hayward-DROTY
Manning-first day on active roster
Datko, Coleman-PS
Moses-solid UDFA
Daniels-been looking better, still probably our worst DL
Richardson-looked good in preseason, hope he gets rotation in at S soon. Burnett/Woodson/McMillian/Jennings make it hard though.
Boykin-saw limited snaps vs Houston but that's it
Barclay, Van Roten-UDFA's that haven't seen field yet

I just realized how many young guys are on this team and how many are taking snaps Shocked
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Peter Konz- Not starting but has gotten some playing time as our current RG is up and down, should next year once McClure retires either at G or C

Lamar Holmes- prospect LT, inactive a lot and gets no playing time

Bradie Ewing- was going to start at FB but got injured for the whole season in training camp

Charles Mitchell- Special teamer, no playing time on defense

Jonathan Massaquoi- inactive a lot, # 5-6 DE right now

Travian Robertson- gets a few defensive snaps here and there, looked really good in the preseason, # 4 DT but will get less time when Peters returns from his injury next week

Dominique Davis- UDFa who won our #3 QB job in the preseason

Phillipkeith Manley- UDFA G who originally made our 53-man roster. On IR or PS now.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

justo wrote:
Hayward-DROTY


If Brockers continues to do what he's doing, he DESERVES to win DROTY...he won't because he won't have the stats that the media loves but his impact since coming back from his injury has been unmistakable.

But yea, Hayward has been excellent for sure.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Round 1 - DT Michael Brockers - Been stellar since returning from injury. Had his first real breakout game yesterday, as he completely owned TJ Lang for most of the game.

Round 2 - WR Brian Quick - Hasn't seen a lot of action. Has all the tools to be good, but needs to put it together. Caught some good passes towards end of Packers game. I think his role will expand over the season.

Round 2 - CB Janoris Jenkins - He's been a nice surprise this yr. He didn't have a good game against the Packers, but overall he has provided really good coverage all yr long. Definitely should have been a first rounder. Steal for STL.

Round 2 - RB Isaiah Pead - Beat out by Darryl Richardson in camp. Hasn't shown much at all. Still have high hopes, assuming SJ isn't back next yr. We'll see where this goes.

Round 3 - CB Trumaine Johnson - Stuck behind a lot of corner depth, but when he has played, he's been solid for a rookie. Made a nice INT a few weeks ago. Like the pick.

Round 4 - WR Chris Givens - Love, love, love the pick. He has come along a lot since the preseason. With his 50+ yard screen pass on Sunday, he now leads the NFL in 50+ yard receptions. Not bad for a fourth rounder!

Round 5 - G Rok Watkins - Hard to grade Rok. He's on IR and out for the year. Expect big things from him next year.

Round 6 - K Greg Zeurlein - Not much to say here. Kick has been a beast. Great value.

Round 7 - LB Aaron Brown - On the practice squad. Who knows with him.

Round 7 - RB Darryl Richardson - Absolute STEAL. Don't want to discount SJ39, but Richardson has been our best running back. He always seems to find a hole and boy is he fast. Second last player picked and making the most of it. The sky is the limit for this kid.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

TorryHolt wrote:
Round 1 - DT Michael Brockers - Been stellar since returning from injury. Had his first real breakout game yesterday, as he completely owned TJ Lang for most of the game.

Round 2 - WR Brian Quick - Hasn't seen a lot of action. Has all the tools to be good, but needs to put it together. Caught some good passes towards end of Packers game. I think his role will expand over the season.

Round 2 - CB Janoris Jenkins - He's been a nice surprise this yr. He didn't have a good game against the Packers, but overall he has provided really good coverage all yr long. Definitely should have been a first rounder. Steal for STL.

Round 2 - RB Isaiah Pead - Beat out by Darryl Richardson in camp. Hasn't shown much at all. Still have high hopes, assuming SJ isn't back next yr. We'll see where this goes.

Round 3 - CB Trumaine Johnson - Stuck behind a lot of corner depth, but when he has played, he's been solid for a rookie. Made a nice INT a few weeks ago. Like the pick.

Round 4 - WR Chris Givens - Love, love, love the pick. He has come along a lot since the preseason. With his 50+ yard screen pass on Sunday, he now leads the NFL in 50+ yard receptions. Not bad for a fourth rounder!

Round 5 - G Rok Watkins - Hard to grade Rok. He's on IR and out for the year. Expect big things from him next year.

Round 6 - K Greg Zeurlein - Not much to say here. Kick has been a beast. Great value.

Round 7 - LB Aaron Brown - On the practice squad. Who knows with him.

Round 7 - RB Darryl Richardson - Absolute STEAL. Don't want to discount SJ39, but Richardson has been our best running back. He always seems to find a hole and boy is he fast. Second last player picked and making the most of it. The sky is the limit for this kid.


Still can't get my head around Chris Givens dropping to the 4th. So many teams hit that draft looking for speed on the outside, yet here was someone whose production and 4.37 40 time had his stock rising him as high as the top of the 2nd round in mocks leading up to the draft and yet, he gets overlooked by the likes of Devier Posey and TJ Graham who didn't have half of his pedigree.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 2:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

goldfishwars wrote:

Still can't get my head around Chris Givens dropping to the 4th. So many teams hit that draft looking for speed on the outside, yet here was someone whose production and 4.37 40 time had his stock rising him as high as the top of the 2nd round in mocks leading up to the draft and yet, he gets overlooked by the likes of Devier Posey and TJ Graham who didn't have half of his pedigree.


I believe there were some off field issues involved.
However there have been none here in STL. Just a
rookie making plays. Kid is electric, but he seems to have
only 5-7 Sec of explosive speed Laughing

He's really really fast! But he sometimes gets caught
from behind. He's going to be a good one. Him deep
and Amendola eating up the middle Cool
sounds good.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

goldfishwars wrote:
TorryHolt wrote:
Round 1 - DT Michael Brockers - Been stellar since returning from injury. Had his first real breakout game yesterday, as he completely owned TJ Lang for most of the game.

Round 2 - WR Brian Quick - Hasn't seen a lot of action. Has all the tools to be good, but needs to put it together. Caught some good passes towards end of Packers game. I think his role will expand over the season.

Round 2 - CB Janoris Jenkins - He's been a nice surprise this yr. He didn't have a good game against the Packers, but overall he has provided really good coverage all yr long. Definitely should have been a first rounder. Steal for STL.

Round 2 - RB Isaiah Pead - Beat out by Darryl Richardson in camp. Hasn't shown much at all. Still have high hopes, assuming SJ isn't back next yr. We'll see where this goes.

Round 3 - CB Trumaine Johnson - Stuck behind a lot of corner depth, but when he has played, he's been solid for a rookie. Made a nice INT a few weeks ago. Like the pick.

Round 4 - WR Chris Givens - Love, love, love the pick. He has come along a lot since the preseason. With his 50+ yard screen pass on Sunday, he now leads the NFL in 50+ yard receptions. Not bad for a fourth rounder!

Round 5 - G Rok Watkins - Hard to grade Rok. He's on IR and out for the year. Expect big things from him next year.

Round 6 - K Greg Zeurlein - Not much to say here. Kick has been a beast. Great value.

Round 7 - LB Aaron Brown - On the practice squad. Who knows with him.

Round 7 - RB Darryl Richardson - Absolute STEAL. Don't want to discount SJ39, but Richardson has been our best running back. He always seems to find a hole and boy is he fast. Second last player picked and making the most of it. The sky is the limit for this kid.


Still can't get my head around Chris Givens dropping to the 4th. So many teams hit that draft looking for speed on the outside, yet here was someone whose production and 4.37 40 time had his stock rising him as high as the top of the 2nd round in mocks leading up to the draft and yet, he gets overlooked by the likes of Devier Posey and TJ Graham who didn't have half of his pedigree.


From what I heard after the draft, his practice habits, demeanor, work ethic and attitude were considered red flags and major question marks.

Although I don't see how Posey went higher at all if you watched him on tape.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

As usual, Miles Burris and Rod Streater were the only rookies involved this week. They both had good games overall.
Burris had the first sack of his career.
Streater had 2 nice catches, including a key one on 3rd down on the game tying drive in the 4th quarter.

Season stats:
Rod Streater - 13 catches, 133 yards, 1TD
Miles Burris - 25 tackles, 1 sack, 2PDs
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Is it possible for rookies to get worse during the bye week?
Because /whelp


Hate to say I called it, buu....ttt...
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chris Givens broke a Rookie WR record..

5 straight games with a 50+ reception. Dude can fly

Razz Razz Razz Razz

Brockers struggled yesterday. First time I've seen him get no push.

Pead got some touches yesterday <<<<333 so did Quick.

So far the cream of the crop has been

Givens
Richardon
GZ
Brockers


Good Good Good draft so far. Can't wait for Pead and Quick to start adding more fire power.
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Akiem Hicks is going to be an absolute stud at DT. Made plays all game against Denver and in his first game with significant playing time, routinely saw double teams, not that thats impressive when you're on the Saints DL Laughing
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Blackmon continues to progress. 4 catches for 67 yards against the Pack. Could have easily had 5 for 92 if he didn't have size 15 shoes.

Branch recorded a sack fumble (first of career) against the Pack yesterday. Has been getting good pressure the past couple of weeks.


Anger sucked yesterday.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Week 8

Tony Bergstrom was active but didn't play. Jack Crawford and Lucas Nix were inactives.

Christo Bilukidi saw a bit of action and came close to his first NFL sack.
Juron Criner was targeted once in the end zone but landed out of bounds.
Rod Streater is now clearly the 3rd WR on the depth chart and had one catch yesterday.

Miles Burris had another good game with 7 tackles. There's no way he's losing his starting spot even if the Raiders activate Aaron Curry from PUP.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 7:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vikefan79 wrote:
Blair Walsh - Leads the league in touchbacks and has only missed 1 FG

Harrison Smith - Defensive Rookie of the year candidate. Has made our defensive secondary light years better than it has been in a long time.

Matt Kalil - Well on his way to becoming an elite LT in this league.


Think a one Michael Koenen might be tied with him at 31.
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