Discussion in 'Smack Central' started by TitanKid4Life, Apr 30, 2006.
thnom... great stats and nice post btw.
Jevon Kearse - TSN PHOTO
The Sporting News
1. Jevon Kearse, Florida, 6-4, 262: An extremely athletic player who also is a physical specimen. Is a bit raw but could develop into a dominator. Has been compared to Simeon Rice. Played linebacker at Florida, and some pro teams see him as a linebacker because he can cover. But his strength is his speed as a pass rusher. Workout warrior. Some scouts question his instincts.
where does Kearse stack into your fantasy draft rankings?
I see Peppers is above Williams. Where does that leave the Freak?
Crowded decade for a lot of once a decade types.:hmm:
i agree, what about jevon he was suppossed to be amazing, and he was until they started to double team him so that he couldnt do nearly as much
Getting a double team IS doing something...
Jevon would have been a HOF SOLB in a 3-4 scheme. Playing against 330 pound OTs has worn him down IMO.
If you look at Pepper's NFL stats they are impressive but not HOF type numbers IMO. He has about half the number of tackles as KVB had last year and the same number of sacks. IMO Mario has to be even better than that to be worth his draft postion and $.
Jevon double teamed?
When did this revelation occur? He blew up the league in 1999. Jevon has simply been worn down over the years and lost his explosiveness. The double teams should have come by mid 1999.
The last two seasons jevon's sack totals have been a modest 7.5 and he still hasn't reached 30 years old yet. He will be 30 in september.
Note that jevon lasted until the 16th pick because some teams saw him much the way they viewed manny lawson in this draft. A possible tweener who is only suitable for some teams. Not true for jevon but probably true for lawson.
he was soo good the first year that we got him, he was a friggen beast, and he was sooo fast
..........i said this guy has the highest bust potential over at titanscentral over two months ago..................and i really believe it.
I find it hard to believe that someone with his measurables won't be at least above average with NFL coaching behind him. I guess it depends on your definition of a bust.
If he is to be a bust, the Titans would have made the wrong call as well. We had him ranked #2.
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