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11 hours ago, oraphus said:

i am on the same boat... he seemed to have very little impact in preseason. Hasn't shown much... Anyone else concerned with him going against starters in less than a week?

 

12 hours ago, JSSkinz said:

I didn't watch much of Sweat in college but did we expect him to be a project? He seems really raw.

 

No, not concerned at all. Not even a little bit. He played about 60 minutes over 4 gms in preseason due mostly to a minor calf injury. The only game he played many minutes was against Atl. So it's kind of hard to have an impact from the sideline 🙂 

 

Below is a pretty good breakdown of that Atl game. I was at this game and from the stands he appeared to be all over the place. He was creating hurries setting the edge, pushing runners back into tacklers etc. In other wards he was doing what he was supposed to do. Play within the defense. 

 

Overall, I am not sure what people are expecting. There is not a single player coming out of college that does't need some time to get up to speed in the pro game. He has played less than one full game of preseason. What exactly did you expect? A bunch of sacks and ints? He needs to learn the defense first. Make sure he is covering his assignments. Learning a new D is almost as hard as learning a new offence. 

 

Just for some perspective: 

JJ Watt had all of 3 tackles and zero sacks in 4 pre-season games his rookie yr. His first sack was gm 3 and he only had 5.5 sacks in his first season. Was he a project? Not even close. 

 

He has never even played the first regular season snap yet. Let's give him more than a minute of playing time to decide he is "raw" or a "project". Or expecting some unrealistic impact.  

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, goskins10 said:

Overall, I am not sure what people are expecting.

I really don't know what to expect which is why I asked the question.  I was hoping to see him come in and impose his will and while that was probably unrealistic one can still be hopeful.

 

 

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32 minutes ago, AlvinWaltonIsMyBoy said:

I bet he puts Wentz on his back a couple times on Sunda

I agree and I'll bet at least one of them nets 15 yards for the eagles because the nfl wants to over protect its star quarterbacks and since Wentz is injury prone and on a contender they'll have a laser focus on keeping him upright and healthy. 

Mark my words at least one 15 yarder will be called, probably two.

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Sweat was invisible in the Phili game.. which is a concern. Then again the whole D generated very little pressure so it was poor game from all pass rushers.

Kerrigan is notorious for starting slow.. but if all our pass rushers are that slow..it'll be a loooong season

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3 hours ago, method man said:

I thought I heard Cooley or someone else say he was out of position on a lot of the big Eagles runs

He really wasn't hustling to the ball either; particularly in second half.

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We don’t need any more rookies that take years to develop (which inevitably they don’t). Put up or shut up. Game #1, he looks like a wasted pick.

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Better than Fletcher Cox already. Unbelievable. Fletcher had to taken on a more study group, but still.

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, dyst said:

We don’t need any more rookies that take years to develop (which inevitably they don’t). Put up or shut up. Game #1, he looks like a wasted pick.

 

 This is a wasted post. 

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23 minutes ago, dyst said:

We don’t need any more rookies that take years to develop (which inevitably they don’t). Put up or shut up. Game #1, he looks like a wasted pick.

This has to be sarcasm right?

Please tell me this is sarcasm. 

 

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1 hour ago, desertbeagle85 said:

 

 This is a wasted post. 

Keep being patient with guys and you end up being a fan of a loser franchise. 

 

He was slow off the jump, put little or no pressure on the QB (I’m not expecting any sacks right now). It is the one thing we drafted him for. He just looked slow. 

 

We need more guys like McLaurin. Guys that play fast and make immediate impact. Guys that look like they belong. We don’t need guys who take time to develop (excuses). 

 

If you are a rush specialist, it should show immediately. Sacks can come later, but he shouldn’t need “time” to look fast or get a quick jump off.

47 minutes ago, redskinss said:

This has to be sarcasm right?

Please tell me this is sarcasm. 

 

Like I said, in game 1, he looked like a wasted pick.

 

McLaurin for example, looked like a great pick in game 1.

 

Not that difficult to see who performed and who didn’t in game 1

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13 minutes ago, dyst said:

Keep being patient with guys and you end up being a fan of a loser franchise. 

 

He was slow off the jump, put little or no pressure on the QB (I’m not expecting any sacks right now). It is the one thing we drafted him for. He just looked slow. 

 

We need more guys like McLaurin. Guys that play fast and make immediate impact. Guys that look like they belong. We don’t need guys who take time to develop (excuses). 

 

If you are a rush specialist, it should show immediately. Sacks can come later, but he shouldn’t need “time” to look fast or get a quick jump off.

 

Ryan Kerrigan didn't get a sack his 1st game. I guess we should have got rid of him, right? Or shouldn't have drafted him either, right? 🤫 Also Kerrigan wasn't a speed guy and still doesn't have the speed Sweat has. 🤫

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This is another reason we should switch to the 4-3. Both Kerrigan and Sweat are better pass rushers with their hands in the dirt. I get that we play in nickel much of the time but why not play in the 4-3 100% of the time. When you think about it, we finally have the personnel for the scheme with Allen out for a bit and, given we are light on DL depth right now, this would help that situation.

 

DE: Sweat

DT: Payne

DT: Ioannidis

DE: Kerrigan

 

SLB: Anderson

MLB: Bostic / SDH

WLB: Holcomb / Harvey Clemons

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Just now, desertbeagle85 said:

 

Ryan Kerrigan didn't get a sack his 1st game. I guess we should have got rid of him, right? Or shouldn't have drafted him either, right? 🤫🤫🤫

 

Didn't he get a pick 6 in game 1?

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4 minutes ago, spjunkies said:

 

Didn't he get a pick 6 in game 1?

 

True, but is that really going to be a argument between Sweat and Kerrigan?  LOL just looked at his stats.  3 INTs and 3 TDs Kerrigan should play CB. 

 

I guess the point is I'm not going to give up on a guy after one damn game.

 

Give me a Fing break.

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21 minutes ago, desertbeagle85 said:

 

Ryan Kerrigan didn't get a sack his 1st game. I guess we should have got rid of him, right? Or shouldn't have drafted him either, right? 🤫🤫🤫 Also Kerrigan wasn't a speed guy and still doesn't have the speed Sweat has. 🤫🤫🤫

Yes, we should have stayed at #10 and drafted JJ Watt instead. Next question.

 

 

edit: It’s only game 1, I get it, but I’m done making excuses for this team, coach and players. 

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17 minutes ago, dyst said:

Yes, we should have stayed at #10 and drafted JJ Watt instead. Next question.

 

 

edit: It’s only game 1, I get it, but I’m done making excuses for this team, coach and players. 

 

Dallas was super smart for giving up on DeMarcus Lawrence his rookie season since he had zero sacks, right?

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28 minutes ago, JoggingGod said:

 

Dallas was super smart for giving up on DeMarcus Lawrence his rookie season since he had zero sacks, right?

You mean the team who actually goes to the playoffs and has a better history on hitting on their draft picks? Yes, they actually are smarter than this team. So I would agree.

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1 hour ago, desertbeagle85 said:

 

Ryan Kerrigan didn't get a sack his 1st game. I guess we should have got rid of him, right? Or shouldn't have drafted him either, right? 🤫 Also Kerrigan wasn't a speed guy and still doesn't have the speed Sweat has. 🤫

But Ryan Kerrigan caused and caught a pick 6 in his first game off Eli Manning. 

 

Just playing Devil’s advocate lol 

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1 hour ago, dyst said:

You mean the team who actually goes to the playoffs and has a better history on hitting on their draft picks? Yes, they actually are smarter than this team. So I would agree.

 

Stop acting dumb. He literally was about to be cut until he developed in his 4th year. Not everyone dominates right out of the gate.

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