the eagles front seven is something special, they are absolutely loaded at every position on the dline
By week 5/6, Adams will be fine. He is a superior talent that needs to get used to the speed and talent of the Pro game.
I have no doubt that he will develop into a very good LT by mid season, and a Pro Bowl level LT by next year.
Starks is a good insurance policy until it clicks in.
I remember a day when a rookie would not see the field for 2 years. give him time to get plugged in.
He looked more like an undrafted F.A. than the "first round talent" label that was put on him. Poor reaction times and the mobility of a pylon. Lets hope it was the knee was really holding him back and that he was not 100%. Gilbert didn't look much better on the left side and how does Essex still have an NFL job?. Maybe Kugler is the problem ?, the cast changes but the mediocrity continues.
The Correct answer is LT-Starks Colon Pouncey DeCastro Gilbert
Adams talent level is unquestionable you have to remember that Adams is 6'8" not too many College linemen are bigger so it was easy for him so all he needs is time. Gilbert was the same way and he wouldn't have started but for injuries
Last edited by connecticutsteel; 08-21-2012 at 02:37 PM.
even if he doesnt get the job this year, im happy he got a crack at it. hes only going to improve. Im sure hed come in as an eligible TE on goal line and short yardage. Looks like an UDFA is ridiculous, hes got a lot to work on but if hes got the ability and the willingness to work on them hes going to improve every week
Its funny Mike Adams is two preseason games in his pro career and he is bum already...lol
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