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In his defense, he's not saying he would draft Brown over Foster because of Brown's football prowess. Just that Brown's a good kid and he heard a story where Brown did some charity work. Coaching should fix these negatives. "Don't miss open tackles," "don't get out-muscled by bigger receivers," and "don't get beat deep," are things that Texas and Will Muschamp just don't know enough about to say. Johnson, Orakpo and Kindle learned these things before and after their respective time at Texas.
Chris: "I don't know if it's funny or sad. I just can't believe that people don't know the difference between slipping and shedding a block."You may have missed the mark originally, but you get high marks for a very clever recovery.Maybe you can use that cleverness to truly contribute to this board.The "feisty little terrier" role doesn't add to your stature.
Foster has demonstrated in college, that he can tackle and that he instinctively goes where the ball is.I just wonder about his overall speed. It is true Anticipation can make up for slowness. An early anticipated step in a short distance makes one very fast.At the combine the recorded 40"s: Foster 4.75; Kerrigaan 4.71; Houston 4.68; Von Miller 4.53; Martez Wilson 4.49.I certainly want Foster to be great----just a bit concerned that the faster pace of the NFL will have a negative impact.
At 2:30 Bradford trucks Foster.
LOL, I think the video had the opposite effect because after watching it, I'm more excited about Foster. For the record, though, I don't think there's anything wrong with voicing your opinion about a pick and I don't think you've been out of line with any of your statements.I don't expect any linebacker to ever play a perfect game (except 55, obviously, who was perfect at everything), and I think the video shows a ton of positives.