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#30 : April 08, 2012, 01:42:36 PM

This is what happens when you over analyze combine numbers.  If you want an "athlete", there will be plenty to choose from in the lower rounds and UDFA.  I want the best DB in the draft, and clearly he is that. 

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#31 : April 08, 2012, 01:46:21 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.

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#32 : April 08, 2012, 01:49:51 PM

10 yard splits for a position who plays off the line of scrimmage.

and its .1 second less than other corners in this draft?

I'll live


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#33 : April 08, 2012, 01:52:59 PM

Claiborne excelled in the toughest conference in college football.  I prefer to base my opinion on what I see on the field then on the combine.   
But what concerns me is he never covered a Julio Jones or Alshond Jeffereis, etc in games.
Except he did


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#34 : April 08, 2012, 02:04:39 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.
except he only allowed 2 receptions to Julio


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#35 : April 08, 2012, 02:10:51 PM

lol OP is trying way too hard here. 98% of the time he'll start by backpedaling, so this means nothing. And if it's so bad yet he's still a pretty fast player, that's actually a good thing as it means he has great closing speed. He's not my top choice, but I recognize nonsense when I see it.


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#36 : April 08, 2012, 02:27:43 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.
except he only allowed 2 receptions to Julio

And this video shows Alabama getting over a bit on Peterson that same year. Everyone saying Claibrorne didn't play anybody like Peterson did Jones, it's not like Peterson shut Jones down. I actually like Claiborne more with the ball in the air. Tackling I'd rather have Peterson.

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#37 : April 08, 2012, 02:35:48 PM

'...all out war...'?

lol

Go get Bridgewater.   Do what it takes.

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#38 : April 08, 2012, 03:23:17 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.
except he only allowed 2 receptions to Julio

And this video shows Alabama getting over a bit on Peterson that same year. Everyone saying Claibrorne didn't play anybody like Peterson did Jones, it's not like Peterson shut Jones down. I actually like Claiborne more with the ball in the air. Tackling I'd rather have Peterson.



Yea but what does that tell you that our new DB coach Ron Brooks decided to put Peterson on Jones instead of Claiborne. To me it says Peterson had the speed and the physical prowess to stick with Julio that Ron Brooks and the rest of the defensive staff in Lsu didnt believe Claiborne had or at least had as well as Patrick..

Im pretty sure coach Brooks he has relied that message to Dom and the rest of the staff.

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#39 : April 08, 2012, 03:32:01 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.
except he only allowed 2 receptions to Julio

And this video shows Alabama getting over a bit on Peterson that same year. Everyone saying Claibrorne didn't play anybody like Peterson did Jones, it's not like Peterson shut Jones down. I actually like Claiborne more with the ball in the air. Tackling I'd rather have Peterson.



Yea but what does that tell you that our new DB coach Ron Brooks decided to put Peterson on Jones instead of Claiborne. To me it says Peterson had the speed and the physical prowess to stick with Julio that Ron Brooks and the rest of the defensive staff in Lsu didnt believe Claiborne had or at least had as well as Patrick..

Im pretty sure coach Brooks he has relied that message to Dom and the rest of the staff.
Or maybe, just maybe Brooks decided to put the more experienced DB on Jones that day.

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#40 : April 08, 2012, 03:36:12 PM

But what concerns me is he never covered a Julio Jones or Alshond Jeffereis, etc in games.  He was always on the other teams lesser WRs. 

Two of the fastest WRs in this draft are Wright and Adams at Ark. He covered them. And he DID cover Jefferies at SCar. Maybe not every play but he did cover him.


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#41 : April 08, 2012, 03:36:56 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.
except he only allowed 2 receptions to Julio

And this video shows Alabama getting over a bit on Peterson that same year. Everyone saying Claibrorne didn't play anybody like Peterson did Jones, it's not like Peterson shut Jones down. I actually like Claiborne more with the ball in the air. Tackling I'd rather have Peterson.



Yea but what does that tell you that our new DB coach Ron Brooks decided to put Peterson on Jones instead of Claiborne. To me it says Peterson had the speed and the physical prowess to stick with Julio that Ron Brooks and the rest of the defensive staff in Lsu didnt believe Claiborne had or at least had as well as Patrick..

Im pretty sure coach Brooks he has relied that message to Dom and the rest of the staff.
Or maybe, just maybe Brooks decided to put the more experienced DB on Jones that day.

Naw that couldn't be it. You want the inexperienced Sophomore. Duh.

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#42 : April 08, 2012, 03:39:12 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.
except he only allowed 2 receptions to Julio

And this video shows Alabama getting over a bit on Peterson that same year. Everyone saying Claibrorne didn't play anybody like Peterson did Jones, it's not like Peterson shut Jones down. I actually like Claiborne more with the ball in the air. Tackling I'd rather have Peterson.



Yea but what does that tell you that our new DB coach Ron Brooks decided to put Peterson on Jones instead of Claiborne. To me it says Peterson had the speed and the physical prowess to stick with Julio that Ron Brooks and the rest of the defensive staff in Lsu didnt believe Claiborne had or at least had as well as Patrick..

Im pretty sure coach Brooks he has relied that message to Dom and the rest of the staff.
Or maybe, just maybe Brooks decided to put the more experienced DB on Jones that day.

More experienced? Really its college football. The best player plays.  They dont have contracts. How many inexperienced players played at USC last year. Correct me if im wrong but didnt lsu start true soph Trayrann Matthew at corner over senior CB Ron Brooks.
: April 08, 2012, 03:43:56 PM MasterC25

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#43 : April 08, 2012, 03:44:44 PM

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More experienced? Really its college football. The best player plays.  They dont have contracts. How many inexperienced players played at USC last year. Correct me if im wrong but didnt lsu start true soph Trayrann Matthew at corner over senior CB Ron Brooks.


Mathieu is a better player than Ron Brooks. At that time Peterson was better than Claiborne.
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#44 : April 08, 2012, 03:46:28 PM

Good enough to cover Julio Jones and Steve Smith

Actually he WASN'T good enough to cover Julio Jones when LSU played Bama in 2010. The few instances Mo was on Julio Bama force feed Julio the ball. The majority of the game Patrick Peterson followed Julio where ever he lined up.
except he only allowed 2 receptions to Julio

And this video shows Alabama getting over a bit on Peterson that same year. Everyone saying Claibrorne didn't play anybody like Peterson did Jones, it's not like Peterson shut Jones down. I actually like Claiborne more with the ball in the air. Tackling I'd rather have Peterson.



Yea but what does that tell you that our new DB coach Ron Brooks decided to put Peterson on Jones instead of Claiborne. To me it says Peterson had the speed and the physical prowess to stick with Julio that Ron Brooks and the rest of the defensive staff in Lsu didnt believe Claiborne had or at least had as well as Patrick..

Im pretty sure coach Brooks he has relied that message to Dom and the rest of the staff.
Or maybe, just maybe Brooks decided to put the more experienced DB on Jones that day.

More experienced? Really its college football. The best player plays.  They dont have contracts. How many inexperienced players played at USC last year. Correct me if im wrong but didnt lsu start true soph Trayrann Matthew at corner over senior CB Ron Brooks.
Mathieu is a better player than Ron Brooks. At that time Peterson was better than Claiborne.

Exactly and its not like 10 yrs have past since then. Peterson>>>Claiborne still
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