Discussion in 'The Bill Nunn Draft Room' started by steelersrule6, Apr 29, 2021.
just like clockwrk
Then 10 mins of talk on how steelers need a QB, then 5 mins of talk on how they should have taken a QB. Of course all that talk off air as they give 10 seconds of commetn on the actual pick lol
Tomlin’s fault. His win/loss record should be better in line with avoiding draft day commercials. Fire him now!!!!
Man no corners? Drunk
He would throw a challenge, but it would just lead to more commercials and he would lose the challenge anyway.
Small. Only 6'1 230. But fast, apparently
Typical ILB size in the NFL 3-4
If your gonna be that size, you better be fast
Not sure about these 4th rounders I feel like I’ve been cheated
Overall: Started all 10 games ... Served as a veteran leader on the SEC's top defense, finishing the season ranked ninth nationally … Named a Semifinalist for the Butkus Award ... Led the team in tackles (86), tackles for loss (8.5) and forced fumbles (2), while his 4.0 sacks total on the year was good for second among Aggies ... Led the team in tackles in seven games, reaching double figures in the category on six occasions ... Served as team captain in six games… Prior to the season, was named to the Nagurski and Butkus Award Watch Lists.
Game-by-Game: Helped lead the defense with 11 tackles, reaching double figures in the category for the third time in his career in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt ...Led the defense for the second straight game with eight takedowns at Alabama... Forced a fumble with under four minutes remaining in the game that set up A&M's game-winning drive to top No. 4 Florida ... Led an A&M defense that tallied 6.0 sacks and limited the Bulldogs to negative rushing yards with 12 tackles, two breakups and another forced fumble ... Matched his career high of 12 tackles, including two tackles-for-loss and one sack in the win over Arkansas … Helped the A&M defense limit the Gamecocks to 150 yards total offense in the win at South Carolina … Picked off his first career interception and returned it 15 yards for his second career defensive touchdown in the victory over LSU … Johnson also added a sack against the Tigers … Made two tackles in the win at Tennessee, reaching 200 for his career ... Led the defense with 10 tackles, 2.5 for loss including a sack, in the Orange Bowl victory over North Carolina.
Apparently he hasn't been playing lb long.
Another leader type guy.
No way does that happen.
I like the player... but he is a 2022 starter after Ebron leaves.
He was not a Bens final ride guy unless you think Ben will play a few more years.
He will play often... but it's the 1 ball theory....5 guys on the OL Ben..and you will not be taking Harris off the field often.. is 7..... leave 4 guys DJ, JUJU, Claypool, Washingtin, Ebron, PF.....and honestly I was going to see D Watt get some H BACK time.
Like the player....should pay off huge in the future.... but 2021...well...he is a small cog in a big wheel
Dan Moore Jr. OL, TXAM
Height: 6-5, Weight: 315
More patience for the Steelers pays off. This is a starting OT found in Round 4. Very long with effortless power. Good luck bull rushing him. Just needs to get a tick quicker. (Chris Trapasso)
not sure what this is worth but at least one guy out there loved the pick. I like it as well
I must be the only one liking these later picks.
Friermuth will get more snaps than Ebron on running downs.
Pretty much how I see it. These picks show the future transition away from ben. Problem is Ben is still here. How much do we really expect Ben to change, is he or can he really run Canada's O effectively? Probably not. So we will be stuck with the hybrid. These players will get reps, but the standard will be the standard until Ben leaves.
According to ESPN, Johnson struggles in coverage but a good tackler. More of a buck lb I guess. Probably come off in the Nickel.
Don’t be so sure.
I hope not... if that's the case just trot out a 3rd OT
Nothing like telegraphing your intentions when PF steps on the field.
Honestly do not dislike, just a wait and see I do like (beyond the strength and weakness every site has) the intangibles they see to have. Both played in a tough conference, both played on units that were recognized nationally, and both were integral leaders on those units.
See, that's what I don't get, they went out of their way to mention on tv that one of his biggest problems is the lack of nastiness/aggression.