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 Post subject: Clowney
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You have to watch this video. I've rarely seen someone just completely dominate. You start off laughing at what he does only to end up feeling sorry for the oppoing players. You can see some players just don't even try.



Anyway we can trade all our picks next year for 1st overall?


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The phrase "like a man among boys" gets thrown around all the time but that is the dictionary definition right there.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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Wow. You know that there were a whole lot of offensive players had sleepless nights before those games.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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There's a reason he was the top rated recruit in the nation that year.

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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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Dang he tore it up in HS

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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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Too bad we wont suck nearly enough to even have a remote shot at him.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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hope he goes to a likable team like the jags or even the poor poor browns.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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I hope we lose every game next year so we can get him!


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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He's the reason I don't want the Rams, Cards, or Niners to be the worst team in football next year.

I think the Jags will be better than expected next year, but it would be kind of cool if Gus Bradley were able to land him.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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Good lord, even double teams don't stop that guy.

How is it possible for a guy that much bigger than everyone else to be the fastest guy on the field ?

How many freakin TD's did he have his senior year ?


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He's the reason I don't want the Rams, Cards, or Niners to be the worst team in football next year.

I think the Jags will be better than expected next year, but it would be kind of cool if Gus Bradley were able to land him.


I want him to go to the Jets and then 3 years from now Idzk can trade him to us for his old job back.

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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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Lets flush the season downy for Clowney.

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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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He's going to end up in silver and black. I have quite the hunch. That way a lot of Niners fans can go back to being Raider fans. He will bring toughness back to the Raaaiiiiidders. If he doesn't, I just want him in the AFC, far away from Wilson. Dude is a beast of epic proportions. He's half LT, half TEZ.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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This kid is going to have a 30 sack season one year. Book it.

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He's going to end up in silver and black. I have quite the hunch. That way a lot of Niners fans can go back to being Raider fans. He will bring toughness back to the Raaaiiiiidders. If he doesn't, I just want him in the AFC, far away from Wilson. Dude is a beast of epic proportions. He's half LT, half TEZ.

My way too early pick is the Titans. They're the only team I look at right now and say they're truly hopeless next season.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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rjdriver wrote:
He's going to end up in silver and black. I have quite the hunch. That way a lot of Niners fans can go back to being Raider fans. He will bring toughness back to the Raaaiiiiidders. If he doesn't, I just want him in the AFC, far away from Wilson. Dude is a beast of epic proportions. He's half LT, half TEZ.

My way too early pick is the Titans. They're the only team I look at right now and say they're truly hopeless next season.


The Titans play in an awful division, they won't get the #1 pick just because they get to play Jacksonville twice and they should steal at least one at home from the Texans or Colts.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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He's like a cross between Reggie White and Reggie Bush.


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rjdriver wrote:
He's going to end up in silver and black. I have quite the hunch. That way a lot of Niners fans can go back to being Raider fans. He will bring toughness back to the Raaaiiiiidders. If he doesn't, I just want him in the AFC, far away from Wilson. Dude is a beast of epic proportions. He's half LT, half TEZ.

My way too early pick is the Titans. They're the only team I look at right now and say they're truly hopeless next season.


Another reason to cheer for Arizona when they play the 49ers and Rams. Let's keep Clowney away from Russell. At this stage the Cardinals are the only NFC team I could see getting the 1st or 2nd pick, but given the schedule they must be one of the favourites to be terrible.


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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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Whom do we bribe so the Hawks can draft him when he declares?

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 Post subject: Re: Clowney
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Whom do we bribe so the Hawks can draft him when he declares?



Picking last, I don't think trading our entire draft would equate to enough points to move up that high. But can you imagine??? The '72 Dolphins would be nervous.


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