Agreed on Woodley, he's done nothing this year.
Cleveland Browns suck!
As for Woodley, I was hard on him last year as well. I still don't believe that a playe who gets injured that much and is as streaky as he is should be paid the kind of money they did. Sure, he will have 5-6 games per year where he plays like a beast, but then he'll have the same amount of games where I see TEs lock him down. You just don't see that happening to an Aldon Smith or any defensive player on the Broncos defense.
Speaking of which, our d-line might be what is causing the lack of passrush. Keisel has slowed way down this year, and he is not getting any younger. Hampton has actually played better than what I expected he would. Hood is still terrible. He does not get ANY push at all and he hardly gets any important tackles. Heyward might be our best d-line man, but I'm not completely sold on him yet. At least he has shown flashes of greatness in the run-game, but I don't regard him as the game-changing sort of player which is what this team sorely needs on defense.
However much you think you know about football, rest assured that Skip Bayless knows more!
Woodley? Most of the plays and screens and short passes were on Harrisons side. they stayed away from woodley....
92 is slow and sacked the qb how many times? ... He tackles great when he can tackle. He needs to be replaced by a young #1
50 wont be getting any faster he needs to be replaced by a #1
90 and 93 should have played more.
Still not sure about holding... when woodley and harrison are in a head lock.. its not holding.
when adams , starks, beachum, gilbert. apply a head lock its holding?? anyone else notice this?
Last edited by The Lakelander; 12-17-2012 at 09:05 AM.
It's hip to T-Squared ...
Woodley hasn't turned into the player we thought and hoped he might . . . and that goes for the organisation too . . . we stuck a load of money on him being the next Silverback, and it's not panned out.
Very little meaningful impact, tackle shy, sack shy, injury prone, overweight, too busy forging a path off the field to worry about what is going on on it.
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