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Dave, that is pretty dog gone funny stuff right there. Kudos to you sir!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
I remember seeing a prediction done in 2008 for the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl team and they had Teo's name on it. He was still in high school and hadn't even selected Notre Dame yet. I believe 3 schools in the running for him then were ND, BYU and USC.
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I don't care what Te'o ran. 4.8 is good enough for a MLB in our scheme. He had a bad game in the NC game but I think we all know why. I watched the kid play a dozen games and was impressed every time but once (Bama). I would be fine with the Bengals taking him and I think he would make an immediate impact. I liked that he faced the media at the combine and faced the music. He has answered the questions and frankly, I'm ready to move on past the whole catfish thing and I'm certain he is as well.
4.8+, with no explosion (see broad jump), might be good enough for "your scheme", whoever that is.
But it isn't in line for the most decorated defensive player in the history of the sport.
That is and has always been my point with this guy.
I would take Olgetree over Teo too, that being said Teo would be an upgrade over Rey, that guy was putrid in coverage, and was always making tackles 9 yards down the field. At Teo can drop into coverage a little bit. I prefer Olgetree because he could move outside and has speed to cover backs and TEs with Burfict flipping inside.
Exactly. Te'o did fine in his on field drills and moves well within the space a MLB is required to cover. His splits were in the upper 1/3 of all the LB's yesterday in the 40. His hands are good too.
Lots of Buckeyes all around are...what's the word people say around here?....BUTT HURT about Te'o getting all the media attention and awards. We all know that playing for ND and the season they were having was the main catalyst behind that. If you're a dominant player on an ND team like that you're gonna get the extra hype. FACT.
This post was edited by HAYNBUCKEYE 14 months ago
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