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Darion Allen Reply

As a clemson fan, TAKE CARE OF TREVOR LAWRENCE FOR US

    Darion Allen Reply

    @BestToDoIt7 take care if him as well

    Rapsheets Reply

    @Darion Allen would have preferred not to draft ETN. But I’m rooting for him now

    Purplestuff Reply

    @Rapsheets You will be happy you got him bro, he is a good guy and a baller on the field.

    sliver64209 Reply

    Always! He a great kid!

    Rapsheets Reply

    @Purplestuff problem is we already have a top ten back on a team with tons of holes.

SpurVille 17 Reply

🤟🏾🐆😎

Michae Thomas Reply

17-0 SB win

    smackoholick Reply

    Easily

    Rapsheets Reply

    Let’s just shoot for 7 wins.

    Bass Mover Reply

    @smackoholick I’m only gonna say 14-3 to make it realistic

S Myers Reply

Cisco is a horrific tackler. He takes horrific angles in run support. He’s also not great in coverage right now. He is by far the best athlete among the safety class. Honestly surprised that Lags doesn’t knock him more. Ed Reed was an excellent tackler. Cisco has a long way to go before he gets to that point.

    S Myers Reply

    @Papayaplayer Joe24 for case in point go watch the Cisco vs Wake Forest tape. He gets trucked by a slot receiver that doesn’t see him coming, takes multiple horrible angles leading to multiple big plays in the run game. Has one really nice tackle of Newman in the box.

    Papayaplayer Joe24 Reply

    @S Myers I don’t know Syracuse that well. I look for traits and instincts and his production speaks for itself as a ballhawk. I like the aggression and the willingness to make a big play which is what our safeties in Jax lack because of historic lack of speed. I want our free to be an enforcer and difference maker in run and pass. I think Cisco will get better coaching and will fit into their system to fit his strengths. We have the other free agent safety to be the cover guy and deep ball stop gap. Double D was a ferocious hitter but not great in coverage and did not have many interceptions 14 in 9 years.

    S Myers Reply

    @Papayaplayer Joe24 Ball production does not mean a guy is great in coverage, so we will have to disagree that it speaks for itself. Darius had his best ball production later in his career, and that did coincide with improvements in coverage, but it’s not necessarily a 1:1 thing. Cisco had a lot of tipped passes come to him, and he does have a knack for jumping routes. But he’s not a guy who you can rely on to be in the right place all the time. He’s got good traits, I said that and agree with you. But he is not an enforcer, especially in the run game. He’s a liability as a tackler. That’s not what you want from the last line of defense. Jenkins is a 220+ pound player who isn’t nearly as fast as Cisco. His best trait is his range, and if he gets the right coaching, his natural ball skills can have a chance to shine. But athleticism isn’t the most important quality at safety, reliability and awareness are. So, I am optimistic that Cisco can become a good player. But his warts are extremely obvious if you actually watch him play, vs. looking at his highlights. I am just trying to have a discussion about the player, by the way, not to say he sucks. I like a lot of what he brings to the table, and I think his flaws are coachable. BUT he has a lot to clean up if he’s going to make an impact in the NFL.

    Sam Rosendahl Reply

    Dude is a high ceiling low floor ball hawk. He’s a elite prospect not anywhere near a complete player or a finished product. Stop being so harsh he’s 21 and he’s gonna get some awesome coaching and a year to sit behind established smart vets who can tackle, play in coverage and take good angles

    S Myers Reply

    @Sam Rosendahl Chill buddy, read it again. I literally said he has elite traits. There are plenty of players with elite traits who never pan out, and there are plenty of players who are far more polished than he is coming out of college. So, is your premise that it’s not fair to note that he’s terrible at one of the key aspects of safety play? If you bothered to pay attention, you’d see I am optimistic about his potential. But there are GLARING problems with his tape. As you say, low floor, high ceiling. But that doesn’t make him an elite prospect. Elite prospects are guys you take in the first round, round and a half. Cisco is an elite athlete with a nose for the ball. At this stage, literally everything else is projection. And that’s a significant factor in where he was drafted.

Jr Jags press Reply

We might face the Rams in week 1 how yall fell ?

    OnesPeed 4 EvEr Reply

    Ramsey will get embarrassed trying to play head games with Lawrence
    Duuuuuuuuuuuuvvaaaaallll
    Lets get it

S Myers Reply

Tufele is a penetrator not a 2-gapper. Had a hard time with the double throughout college. His game is all about getting upfield. No indication he will or can play nose in the NFL. Had a lot of reps, sure, also ran sub 5 flat in the 40.

Rob Banks Reply

This is a replay

sliver64209 Reply

Love the content!!! Sooo friggin hyped!!!!!

ToroYToi Reply

As a Clemson fan, don’t try to force Etienne into being Alvin Kamara. He’s more of a Dalvin Cook or Aaron Jones. Also don’t try to turn Trevor’s mobility into a running threat unless it’s the last game and it’s the super bowl.

    Sam Rosendahl Reply

    I mean kamara is the comparison because of Ettiene’s ability as a receiver not because he’s expected to be like kamara

    ToroYToi Reply

    @Sam Rosendahl yeah I know, but what I’m saying is Kamara’s receiving abilities are on a completely different level. Etienne didn’t run routes at Clemson. He only ran screens and when he motioned out wide he ran straight. Only one time he ran a stop and go against BC.

Jaime Mendez Reply

Having a case of the deja vu guys.

M M Reply

I’ll take Walter Little any day. Great praise Lages! Get his name right.

ItzReece Reply

Bruh can the owner, front office and coaching staff get serious about winning instead of looking to get side shows to fill the stands instead of W’s? The decision making is killing my love for the Jags. Why bring Tebow in at TE when he clearly refused to years ago? I’ve put a ton of time, money and passion into my favorite team and the this decision today really has me questioning ownerships commitment to winning.

    Sam Rosendahl Reply

    Every decision they’ve made is about winning. Tebow is a winner and all he’s ever done is win, he can teach the losing jags a thing or two. He’s a culture setter.

    ItzReece Reply

    @Sam Rosendahl Sure if your living in the past. Has he been winning in the NFL the last 6 years? Wake up mann stop being blinded by being a fan. Tebow is an outstanding person. Stick to commentating Mr. Tebow your legend U of F will live on

Papayaplayer Joe24 Reply

Nice insight into Campbell. Jalen Ramsey had the same issue with focusing on knocking balls down and not making the catch for the interception, but became an all pro when he took the steps to improve his eyesight and become dangerous when the ball was thrown in his direction.

Brian Baird Reply

ETN at Clemson made a lot of 3 yard gains into 25 yard gains. In the NFL he is going to take a lot of 3 yard gains into 10 yard gains. He will be in the hall of fame if he doesn’t get injured.

    Chase Barrick Reply

    You do realize that won’t make a hall of fame running back, correct?

    Brian Baird Reply

    @Chase Barrick I realize I don’t respect your opinion

Sam Rosendahl Reply

Going 9-8 is on the table this season. I legit think a winning season with Lawrence and Urban’s first year is possible for this team. You got a established veteran core ready to break out and some massive additions who can push them over the age. Plus the team was intentionally losing last year for Trevor, they could have so 4-5 more games if they wanted them. They literally benched their starting QB and made no adjustments to their terrible defense because they wanted the number one overall pick.

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