For those Bucs fans who may not know much about newly signed free agent guard J. R. Sweezy, Seahawks assistant head coach/offense Tom Cable breaks down the play of J.R. Sweezy during the 2015 Seahawks Town Hall.
Cable raves about Sweezy’s physical play and calls him one of the best guards in the NFL.
Check out the video below.
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Tom Cable sure is sold on this young and still developing lineman. Perhaps we should give him a chance before writing him off because of some ranking system.
Hear, hear Scu. It cracks me up when posters say things about players, like they know more then the pros who do this for a living. They bitch when we do nothing in F.A., then bitch when we do sign a player. PPF had Anthony Collins ranked high, and we saw how he worked out. The theme Licht seems to be working on for our lines is guys with a nasty edge. Hawley,brawly, Smith, Marpet, all finishers. None of these guys will help you up, after they flatten you. The guys nickname is Enforcer, how can you not like that in a lineman?
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