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He was up and down this year, but lately the "Plug and play" olb of dick lebeaus defense has been non existent...timmons failed (he is king on the inside, but putrid on the outside), bruce davis failed, worilds was terirble for a solid 3.5 years.
We'll see though, I am still high on him. I was on heyward and decastro too after slow starts and they have been doing some great things. I showed less optimism in hood, and hopefully that bum in on his way out
I don't see Jones ever equqlly Harrison's best years in terms of sacks. He just seems to be more of a pursuit guy than power guy. He never gives up and plays with high motor but I'm not sure he will ever be able to deal with the huge left tackles in the league. IMO he would be an outstanding 4-3 OLB.
Last edited by Oviedo; 01-29-2014 at 05:12 PM.
I never seen the kid, but I would much prefer Jernigan over him.
I haven't seen every DL in the draft, but I don't imagine any being more impressive than Jernigan at this point. How does Donald and him compare? Just from description, Donald's game seems based on quickness, beating C/G off the ball. Jernigan is a power player, a straight mauler.