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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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http://www.101sports.com/podcasts/les-snead-04-29-2013/

Great Interview. Talks about all drafted players, AND Ray Ray Armstrong trying out for OLB.
Ray Ray Armstrong was such a freak coming out of high school. Laughing

Wish he would have went to NEB.... Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Marqise Lee is special. He's a top 5 talent next year.

Imagine a taller Tavon Autin who can play outside and inside.

Speeeeeed-Speeeed-Speeeeeeeeeeeeeed-Speeeeeeeeeeed.

There are diferent rules for QB.

Barkeley was a consensus top 5 QB last year. Same thing with

Jake Locker a few years ago. Marqise Lee is special.


Marquise Lee has nowhere near the quickness or speed of Tavon Austin. What are you smoking?



No sir, what are YOU smoking. Lee is most certainly as quick and as fast as Austin.


No. Lee is certainly quick and fast but not as quick and fast as Austin.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tavon is in the Deaean and CJ2K bracket, I don't think Lee is.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, agree to disagree
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 7:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DEE RAWL wrote:
DerekBrink wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Marqise Lee is special. He's a top 5 talent next year.

Imagine a taller Tavon Autin who can play outside and inside.

Speeeeeed-Speeeed-Speeeeeeeeeeeeeed-Speeeeeeeeeeed.

There are diferent rules for QB.

Barkeley was a consensus top 5 QB last year. Same thing with

Jake Locker a few years ago. Marqise Lee is special.


Marquise Lee has nowhere near the quickness or speed of Tavon Austin. What are you smoking?



No sir, what are YOU smoking. Lee is most certainly as quick and as fast as Austin.


*Facepalm*

Seriously, Dee? Seriously?

I've seen a lot of outlandish statements but this one...well, it doesn't take the cake, but it's still embarrassing.

Lee couldn't dream of being as quick as Austin. And while Lee is fast, he's not Austin fast. He's a 4.36 to 4.42 type guy.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DEE RAWL wrote:
Ok, agree to disagree

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DEE RAWL wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
Ok, agree to disagree


There's no agreeing to disagree in this case. You're just wrong. It would be like claiming Justin Hunter's hand are as good as AJ Green's.
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jrry32 wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
Ok, agree to disagree


There's no agreeing to disagree in this case. You're just wrong. It would be like claiming Justin Hunter's hand are as good as AJ Green's.


No, we have a difference in opinion. Im not just being a homer here because I am absolutely ecstatic that Tavon is in the Horns. Ive watched a lot of both players and Lee is as quick and fast and at worst he is a micro measurement behind whereas Hunter's hands arent nearly as good as Greens which is why Hunter was a 2nd round pick in a draft class with zero elite prospects. Marqise Lee will most likely be a top 10 (probably top 5) in a draft class with Elite prospects. Similar spot as Austin. Again, you wont be able to convince me otherwise as Im sure I wont be able to convince you-- hence the agree to disagree.
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DEE RAWL wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
Ok, agree to disagree


There's no agreeing to disagree in this case. You're just wrong. It would be like claiming Justin Hunter's hand are as good as AJ Green's.


No, we have a difference in opinion. Im not just being a homer here because I am absolutely ecstatic that Tavon is in the Horns. Ive watched a lot of both players and Lee is as quick and fast and at worst he is a micro measurement behind whereas Hunter's hands arent nearly as good as Greens which is why Hunter was a 2nd round pick in a draft class with zero elite prospects. Marqise Lee will most likely be a top 10 (probably top 5) in a draft class with Elite prospects. Similar spot as Austin. Again, you wont be able to convince me otherwise as Im sure I wont be able to convince you-- hence the agree to disagree.


No, you're just plain wrong.

In fact, why don't you post some evidence of Lee's supposed Tavon Austin esque quickness and speed.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jrry32 wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
jrry32 wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
Ok, agree to disagree


There's no agreeing to disagree in this case. You're just wrong. It would be like claiming Justin Hunter's hand are as good as AJ Green's.


No, we have a difference in opinion. Im not just being a homer here because I am absolutely ecstatic that Tavon is in the Horns. Ive watched a lot of both players and Lee is as quick and fast and at worst he is a micro measurement behind whereas Hunter's hands arent nearly as good as Greens which is why Hunter was a 2nd round pick in a draft class with zero elite prospects. Marqise Lee will most likely be a top 10 (probably top 5) in a draft class with Elite prospects. Similar spot as Austin. Again, you wont be able to convince me otherwise as Im sure I wont be able to convince you-- hence the agree to disagree.


No, you're just plain wrong.

In fact, why don't you post some evidence of Lee's supposed Tavon Austin esque quickness and speed.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well Lee hasnt had a combine or pro day so clearly thats nearly impossible to provide evidence in that regard. He did time in the high 4.4s coming out of high school, but he plays much faster than that. He plays at 4.3 speed as does Austin. The only thing relevant to show that they might be in the same realm of speed and agility is YAC yardage. I know Austin led the nation with 947 and Lee was 2nd with im not sure exactly, but even then... They play against different defenses and run different routes and get put in different positions. Its just not really something you can easily prove.

We need to get ESPNs Sports Science lab on it... Sike
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jrry32 wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
DerekBrink wrote:
El ramster wrote:
Marqise Lee is special. He's a top 5 talent next year.

Imagine a taller Tavon Autin who can play outside and inside.

Speeeeeed-Speeeed-Speeeeeeeeeeeeeed-Speeeeeeeeeeed.

There are diferent rules for QB.

Barkeley was a consensus top 5 QB last year. Same thing with

Jake Locker a few years ago. Marqise Lee is special.


Marquise Lee has nowhere near the quickness or speed of Tavon Austin. What are you smoking?



No sir, what are YOU smoking. Lee is most certainly as quick and as fast as Austin.


*Facepalm*

Seriously, Dee? Seriously?

I've seen a lot of outlandish statements but this one...well, it doesn't take the cake, but it's still embarrassing.

Lee couldn't dream of being as quick as Austin. And while Lee is fast, he's not Austin fast. He's a 4.36 to 4.42 type guy.
He's not as quick but he is as fast.

And he's a far better overall reciever.
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Freddie Mitchell....now that guy had a measurable that you just couldn't measure with modern day technology; the IT factor. It's like putting DHB speed and CJ2K talent in a blender, pureeing it with Andre Johnson's hands, and the intensity of the odor of blue cheese...just so...intense... You can just look at him and go "he's got IT!"
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Ramsfan28 wrote:
Freddie Mitchell....now that guy had a measurable that you just couldn't measure with modern day technology; the IT factor. It's like putting DHB speed and CJ2K talent in a blender, pureeing it with Andre Johnson's hands, and the intensity of the odor of blue cheese...just so...intense... You can just look at him and go "he's got IT!"


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Another jersey number update...

T.J. McDonald will be #25

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