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    I have selected a few players below and I wonder what current nfl players they compare to or remind you of. It is to just get a mindset on these guys on what kind of players they are like. Thanks in advance.

    Greg Romeus
    Patrick Peterson
    Joseph Barksdale
    Ryan Mallet
    Mark Ingram
    Robert Quinn
    Adrian Clayborne
    Marvin Austin
    Gabe Camri
    Aaron Williams

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    greg romeus - gaines adams
    robert quinn - simeon rice/ osi umeniora
    patrick peterson - dre bly
    marvin austin - Damione Lewis/tommy harris
    mark ingram - tyrone wheatley/cedric benson
    ryan mallet - drew bledsoe
    adrian clayborne - kenechi udeze
    Joseph Barksdale - kenyatta walker
    Aaron Williams - carlos rodgers
    Last edited by wraith; 07-11-2010, 02:22 PM. Reason: wron position

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    • #3
      Originally posted by wraith View Post
      ryan mallet - drew bledsoe
      Mallet is alot more mobile the Drew, I would think Big Ben would be a good comparison, on the field atleast. Very strong arm, can throw on the run and make plays and lead a comeback.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by wraith View Post
        Joseph Barksdale - chris canty
        Huh.....??
        Greg Gross @VittorioTafur Al Davis' scholarship program has died with him. With Hue, it's nothing personal, and nothing sentimental, either. It's gladiator school now. Perform or perish., period.

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        • #5
          thought he was still on d you guys could add your own...
          Last edited by wraith; 07-11-2010, 02:23 PM.

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          • #6
            Greg Romeus - Tully Banta-Cain
            Patrick Peterson - Asante Samuel
            Joseph Barksdale - Vernon Carey
            Ryan Mallett - Joe Flacco
            Mark Ingram - Adrian L. Peterson
            Robert Quinn - Julius Peppers
            Adrian Clayborn - Damione Lewis
            Marvin Austin - Darnell Dockett
            Gabe Carimi - Sebastian Vollmer
            Aaron Williams - Ronde Barber

            Originally posted by wraith View Post
            mark ingram - tyrone wheatley
            How does a Heisman-winning RB compare to a CB who can't be a #5 in his team's depth chart?
            Last edited by RealityCheck; 07-11-2010, 03:03 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RealityCheck View Post

              How does a Heisman-winning RB compare to a CB who can't be a #5 in his team's depth chart?


              that's Tyrone Wheatley


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              • #8
                Damn, I was thinking Terrence Wheatley. My bad.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by RealityCheck View Post
                  Greg Romeus - Tully Banta-Cain
                  Romeus - 6'6" 270lbs / Banta-Cain - 6'2" 250lbs
                  Banta-Cain is rush backer only while Romeus appears to be a 4-3 end only... I don't see a thing in common between these two.

                  Mark Ingram - Adrian L. Peterson
                  Everything about Mark Ingram just screams Emmitt Smith to me
                  Marvin Austin - Darnell Dockett
                  Sizewise, yea, but Marvin Austin's tendencies remind me of Gerard Warren. The second he gets paid, he's going to revert to the unmotivated lazy sack of **** he has been at UNC
                  A few thoughts

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                  • #10
                    To me, Greg Romeus is a taller, more productive Robert Ayers. Both lack an elite first step but have strong hands and the potential to be effective stack & shed LDEs.

                    Ayers does play 3-4 OLB for the Broncos, but I thought he was a less than ideal fit for the position, much like Romeus would be.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Aloysius View Post
                      To me, Greg Romeus is a taller, more productive Robert Ayers. Both lack an elite first step but have strong hands and the potential to be effective stack & shed LDEs.

                      Ayers does play 3-4 OLB for the Broncos, but I thought he was a less than ideal fit for the position, much like Romeus would be.
                      I still find that pick confusing

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                      • #12
                        Greg Romeus = Michael Strahan

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by wonderbredd24 View Post
                          I still find that pick confusing
                          Well, it's the best I could think of.

                          Ayers may be 2" shorter than Romeus, but both are guys who aren't necessarily going to beat good tackles with speed off the edge. At Tennessee, Ayers did his best work as an interior rusher; Romeus does it by engaging, then beating offensive tackles.

                          For example, Romeus was able to get past Anthony Davis when he jolted him on initial contact, then beat him to his inside shoulder. But when he tried to run around Davis or beat him with a spin move, Romeus was largely unsuccessful, sometimes getting put on the turf.

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                          • #14
                            Mark Ingram = Shawn Alexander.

                            edit: Post 1000.
                            **** her in da *****!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Aloysius View Post
                              Well, it's the best I could think of.

                              Ayers may be 2" shorter than Romeus, but both are guys who aren't necessarily going to beat good tackles with speed off the edge. At Tennessee, Ayers did his best work as an interior rusher; Romeus does it by engaging, then beating offensive tackles.

                              For example, Romeus was able to get past Anthony Davis when he jolted him on initial contact, then beat him to his inside shoulder. But when he tried to run around Davis or beat him with a spin move, Romeus was largely unsuccessful, sometimes getting put on the turf.
                              Not your comparison... the Broncos picking him. I found it baffling.

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