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    • Brooks Dunn-Winston

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    • GottaJaboo

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      This is great! To the critics that say Vea doesn’t put pressure on the QB, well, he appears to do that with gap integrity. Meaning he’ll get pressure on the QB while ensuring no one is running. Dude is a menace.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • Brooks Dunn-Winston

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      Agreed, Vea can get to the QB. Not only is he ridiculously strong, but he’s got that great bull rush, rip move, and hump move. Also, he’s quick and is motor never stops running.

    • ronald macdonald

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      Love that hump move from Vea. Only guy I can think of who used that to such perfection in college was Reggie White.
      Problem with that is though…
      If he starts hip tossing 300+ pound NFL guards and centers ON a regular basis how long does it last before it takes a toll and leads to injury.
      Maybe he’s just that much of a beast, but no one is invincible.

    • Brooks Dunn-Winston

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      I hear ya. I know it’s crazy to say out loud but Vea has a whole lot of Reggie White in him.

    • Buc Bauce

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      The thing with Vea that I’ve really started to notice since the draft is how raw he is with technique.

      If Buckner can teach him:

      > a few key moves and
      > he learns how to set up those moves over the course of a game and
      > through film study of the lineman he’ll face, and
      > how to rush as a whole DL unit (setting up other guys),

      he can actually be a devastating pass rusher.

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