Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by MDTitansFan, Dec 7, 2012.
Much rather have Andrew Jackson in the later rounds guy will be a stud.
He played a JV NFL team, no one looks that good vs Bama. Alec Ogletree is next after Te'o on draft charts and he looked about the same vs Bama. Think of last nights game as Te'o first NFL practice.
More like this one. By far my favorite linebacker in this draft, first noticed him in the Alabama game this year. Plays with a ton of energy and gets the crowd going from his jaw dropping hits.
I came on here to ask the question of everyone: "How much do you think Te'o will drop as a result of the national Title game?"
That Alabama offense is the kind of offense he needs to excell against in the NFL. And Lacy is the kind of RB he needs to excell against in the NFL. Or the NFL will stand for "Not for Long" for mr. Te'o. Sure, it is not all his fault Alabama run all over ND but he was part of the problem. Far too many missed tackles.
We thought he would be another Ray Lewis or Junior Seau. Now he looks more like another Trev Alberts or Brian Bosworth. My guess is he will be more of a project pick, similar to Zach Brown, for a team. Probably taken late first or early second. Need to tackle in the NFL.
I was thinking the same thing, that game made him look like Zach Brown.
Last year there were people talking about Zach Brown as the 1st LB taken. I'd be perfectly happy with Te'o is this years Zach Brown.
More than a tough offensive line, the best collegiate offensive line in a long time.. and potentially best ever. Jones, Fluker, Kouandijo, & Warmack will all be first rounder. Steen will likely be a second rounder next year. That's insane.
From that play.. he didn't do anything that any free-running untouched LB can't do. Won't be a whole lot of that in the NFL. I would like an intense player on the team, though. We don't have much of that.
If you genuinely thought that Te'o was a lock to be a superstar, how can you jump ship so quickly?
Turn on the Alabama tape
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