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    Im not concerned with him. The Ratturds Oline is a very good one. They pretty much handled Suh, Donald and the Rams last week.

    Understanding that, I think our Dline did very well considering.

    Not concerned with Chubb........he is no Von Miller......but he may very well be a Michael Strahan before all is said and done. As for that play where he turned upfield........rookie blues.
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    I recommend we trade him for bucket of warm bud light lime and used Tebow jerseys
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    profootballfocus says he is doing just fine with a 79.6 Pash rush grade through 2 weeks. For perspective von is usually around 84-86. Of course they don't know half the info people on this site watching TV do......
    The Keenum experiment has failed. Lets move on.... Clayton Thorson from Northwestern??? lets Get it!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elevation inc View Post
    profootballfocus says he is doing just fine with a 79.6 Pash rush grade through 2 weeks. For perspective von is usually around 84-86. Of course they don't know half the info people on this site watching TV do......
    How did he grade out against the run in week 2? He was really good the first week, but I havenít seen any stats for week 2.

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    I don't get to see all the stats as I'm not premium, but he was praised as a top rookie for the week via their site in one of the articles for the public. For me the only players I see right now really struggling against the run, are Brandon marshall who I knew was screwed after what I saw preseason, and Gostis. Those 2 are liabilities right now which is why I would expect to see more of Josy. If Marshall continues to fail like he has against the run his time in Denver could be in jeopardy.....
    The Keenum experiment has failed. Lets move on.... Clayton Thorson from Northwestern??? lets Get it!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elevation inc View Post
    I don't get to see all the stats as I'm not premium, but he was praised as a top rookie for the week via their site in one of the articles for the public. For me the only players I see right now really struggling against the run, are Brandon marshall who I knew was screwed after what I saw preseason, and Gostis. Those 2 are liabilities right now which is why I would expect to see more of Josy. If Marshall continues to fail like he has against the run his time in Denver could be in jeopardy.....
    Gotcha, Im a little concerned about Wolfe too. He seems to be really quiet so far.

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    Anyone who is concerned needs to lay off the knee jerking a bit. He played well in his first game and got a lot of pressures (like 6 I think) and a half sack. As a team we had like 7 sacks that game... The second game, our DC was very, very inept and ran off man zone coverage the entire game giving the WR's like 10 yards of free space before contact. We got dinked and dunked on and has like 1 sack because it is impossible to generate enough pressure for sacks when the QB releases the ball instantly every play.

    In both games, Chubb did well against the run.

    Chubb's going to be good, he's got the potentially to be a solid all around defender and not simply a pass rush specialist, but that doesn't happen instantly. It didn't happen instantly for Von either. He's going to have to grow a bit and 2 games in is a bit premature to expect that sudden growth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    Anyone who is concerned needs to lay off the knee jerking a bit. He played well in his first game and got a lot of pressures (like 6 I think) and a half sack. As a team we had like 7 sacks that game... The second game, our DC was very, very inept and ran off man zone coverage the entire game giving the WR's like 10 yards of free space before contact. We got dinked and dunked on and has like 1 sack because it is impossible to generate enough pressure for sacks when the QB releases the ball instantly every play.

    In both games, Chubb did well against the run.

    Chubb's going to be good, he's got the potentially to be a solid all around defender and not simply a pass rush specialist, but that doesn't happen instantly. It didn't happen instantly for Von either. He's going to have to grow a bit and 2 games in is a bit premature to expect that sudden growth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freyaka View Post
    Anyone who is concerned needs to lay off the knee jerking a bit. He played well in his first game and got a lot of pressures (like 6 I think) and a half sack. As a team we had like 7 sacks that game... The second game, our DC was very, very inept and ran off man zone coverage the entire game giving the WR's like 10 yards of free space before contact. We got dinked and dunked on and has like 1 sack because it is impossible to generate enough pressure for sacks when the QB releases the ball instantly every play.

    In both games, Chubb did well against the run.

    Chubb's going to be good, he's got the potentially to be a solid all around defender and not simply a pass rush specialist, but that doesn't happen instantly. It didn't happen instantly for Von either. He's going to have to grow a bit and 2 games in is a bit premature to expect that sudden growth.
    aaaand lets not forget he has much more responsibility as a slb in this defense than he ever did at nc state. Lots to learn that can only come under fire

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    NFL.Com think's he's been the second best defensive rookie through two games... So no, I am not growing concerned lol

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    Chubb has to work on getting off blocks, but he made an instant impact in the season opener with half a sack and a handful of hurries opposite an unstoppable Von Miller. More than just a pass rusher, he was a force against Marshawn Lynch and Oakland's ground attack in Week 2.

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    Yeah, watching that Raiders game on replay he had a better day than I thought. He was pretty solid against the run. He is not being pushed back.

    I guess my hope was a version of Demarcus Ware as far as pass rush. Last year I thought one of the big problems was no one was a real threat opposite Miller. As a result his sack numbers were down. Teams easily blocked him with little concern of others.

    I am hoping one of these games Chubb really pushes that pocket or gets some QB pressures. He will be needed. That Mahomes has me concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncoknight30 View Post
    Yeah, watching that Raiders game on replay he had a better day than I thought. He was pretty solid against the run. He is not being pushed back.

    I guess my hope was a version of Demarcus Ware as far as pass rush. Last year I thought one of the big problems was no one was a real threat opposite Miller. As a result his sack numbers were down. Teams easily blocked him with little concern of others.

    I am hoping one of these games Chubb really pushes that pocket or gets some QB pressures. He will be needed. That Mahomes has me concerned.
    Chubb is going to be more of a Suggs type player who is a good pass rusher, not a great one (sans a season or two) but an overall great defender. I don't foresee him being a guy who pushes 15-20 sacks a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncoknight30 View Post
    Yeah, watching that Raiders game on replay he had a better day than I thought. He was pretty solid against the run. He is not being pushed back.

    I guess my hope was a version of Demarcus Ware as far as pass rush. Last year I thought one of the big problems was no one was a real threat opposite Miller. As a result his sack numbers were down. Teams easily blocked him with little concern of others.

    I am hoping one of these games Chubb really pushes that pocket or gets some QB pressures. He will be needed. That Mahomes has me concerned.
    It happens man. In emotional games like this one, I have a bad habbit of missing things and then I watch it again and see it in a new light. This year has been rough because I haven't had DVR so my first look is the only look I end up getting. Thankfully I will have DVR again starting Sunday!

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