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    BigRob I agree with you and felt the same way when I heard the annoucer speak about Worilds and Harrison. Who better than Harrison to lead by example on how to be a linebacker that gets to the QB and can stop the run and can play the pass ?
    I was a little taken back with Worilds at the start because I thought he was too good to be real when I heard all the positives about him. I hope he continues to prove me wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRob View Post
    Most encouraging thing I heard from the commentators yesterday was that Worilds was in the weight room with Harrison. Worilds must be a lot smarter than people give him credit for being. If you want to become dominant....Do what James Harrison does!
    The weight room with Harrison and the buffet with Hampton. Whatever it is, he's gotten big and he's the next big thing on this defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    The weight room with Harrison and the buffet with Hampton. Whatever it is, he's gotten big and he's the next big thing on this defense.
    Worilds on the rise, but what about Woodley. Is playing OLB and chasing in coverage causing his legs to give out and have problems? He is a big, solid muscular guy who IMO best fits as a 4-3 DE.
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    They should move Woodley to the middle but as some say, he doesn't like to make the run stops. I understand you need to be smart to play the middle since your the QB of the defense. Woodley doesn't seem to have the desire to be that guy.

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    As much as we all hate to think about it, James Harrison is closer to the end of his career than the beginning. The fact that Worilds is playing well is a good thing, because it will be him and Woodley for the next 6-7 years (hopefully) wreaking havoc on NFL football fields near you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    As much as we all hate to think about it, James Harrison is closer to the end of his career than the beginning. The fact that Worilds is playing well is a good thing, because it will be him and Woodley for the next 6-7 years (hopefully) wreaking havoc on NFL football fields near you.

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    Unfortunately, they're both built to play the same position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    As much as we all hate to think about it, James Harrison is closer to the end of his career than the beginning. The fact that Worilds is playing well is a good thing, because it will be him and Woodley for the next 6-7 years (hopefully) wreaking havoc on NFL football fields near you.

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    I would still grab a pass rush specialist in the upcoming draft because I'm not sure we can rely on Woodley...and I don't mean a 2-3 year conversion project!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    Unfortunately, they're both built to play the same position.
    That may be, but Worilds has filled in for Harrison with Woodley on the other side and I would have to think that is plan 'A' when James hangs up the uniform or maybe they go 4-3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    I would still grab a pass rush specialist in the upcoming draft because I'm not sure we can rely on Woodley...and I don't mean a 2-3 year conversion project!!!!!
    Well, I have to think safety and NT are at the top of the hit list this upcoming draft, but I'm sure if a player they covet happens to fall in their lap they'll take him like they always do when the BPA is player that they never expected to see at their draft position. I don't think there's any need to panic on a pass rushing specialist. I believe James has at least one more good year left and maybe two.

    They might have to ask him to restructure, but that would be okay, if he's a candidate for such a tactic.

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