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    Re: Alabama Rookies in the NFL

    I think Richard Mullaney sticks with the team for the season. He has done great job.
    Gehrig Dieter- I haven't heard much about him, but I think he has 65 percent chance of making the team. he just need to keep making catches.

    Cyrus Jones- I think he gets cut. He needs fresh start with different team.
    Reggie Ragland- Lot of people have indicated that they may trade him, but I don't see that happening. I think he eventually will take over starting spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustNeedMe81 View Post
    I think Richard Mullaney sticks with the team for the season. He has done great job.
    Gehrig Dieter- I haven't heard much about him, but I think he has 65 percent chance of making the team. he just need to keep making catches.

    Cyrus Jones- I think he gets cut. He needs fresh start with different team.
    Reggie Ragland- Lot of people have indicated that they may trade him, but I don't see that happening. I think he eventually will take over starting spot.
    I agree on Cyrus. It's kinda sad because while I never thought he would be a pro bowler I thought he would be a solid 3rd or 4th CB in the NFL.

    Ragland has apparently really struggled and isn't a great fit for the new system. He is also coming off an injury that takes a year or so to really get back to full speed. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they find a way to trade him.

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    Good looks from Cam, OJ and TJ so far tonight.


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    Tim Williams recorded a sack last night - totally beat the left tackle.

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    I'm guessing Hump didn't play? I didn't get to see the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaJ View Post
    I'm guessing Hump didn't play? I didn't get to see the game.
    He played...



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    Good looks from Cam, OJ and TJ so far tonight.


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    TJ Yeldon is the odd man out though...
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    TJ Yeldon is the odd man out though...
    I expect him to get cut but someone else will pick him up.


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    not only did he shut down one pulling OL and push him back into the ball carrier, he clogged things up enough that the other pulling OL wasn't able to get through to a block either. Looks like he might have also been held on the play.

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    Awesome! Glad to see Hump suit up!
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    Re: Alabama Rookies in the NFL

    Quote Originally Posted by JustNeedMe81 View Post
    TJ Yeldon is the odd man out though...
    Yeah -- he's not what the NFL is looking for anymore. He runs too upright -- and he doesn't really have the power of other backs. He's a slasher -- and slashers get eaten up in the NFL. But, he still was on the receiving end of my favorite play ever. Always will hold a special place --

    I have a signed ball with TJ, CJ and Amari --- was hoping they'd all make it to the HOF one day....looking doubtful now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunCrimson View Post
    Yeah -- he's not what the NFL is looking for anymore. He runs too upright -- and he doesn't really have the power of other backs. He's a slasher -- and slashers get eaten up in the NFL. But, he still was on the receiving end of my favorite play ever. Always will hold a special place --

    I have a signed ball with TJ, CJ and Amari --- was hoping they'd all make it to the HOF one day....looking doubtful now.
    TJ was very effective his rookie year. Averaged a little over 4 yards per carry and had over 1,000 total yards (740 rushing and 279 receiving). Those are really good numbers considering the dumpster fire that is the Jacksonville Jaguars. His numbers fell off last year because of injury. I agree with you about his running style. It's not a good fit for every team but I think he still has a place in the league..

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    Henry just scored his second TD of the day. This one behind Nudie.

    https://twitter.com/nfl/status/899002104559190016


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