Cameron Wake = This year's Elvis Dumerville??

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  1. sensation24

    sensation24 Miami Dolphins # 1

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    Everyone saw the success Dumerville had in Denver under Mike Nolan's defensive scheme. The question is does anyone think that Cameron Wake will have anywhere near the kind of success Dumerville had last year? Your thoughts...
     
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    One played 55 snaps a game and one played 10
    if that doesn't change Wake will not even be close
     
  3. state06

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    he could have an even bigger impact as a pass . but i think dumerville was a little more polished elsewhere
     
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    Only if the coaches actually play him!!!
     
  5. sensation24

    sensation24 Miami Dolphins # 1

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    I mean the guy had limited snaps and still had 5 & 1/2 sacks. I think all signs are gonna point to him not only having a moster year but a great career. Cameron "EARTHQ" Wake has a motor that just keeps on going. This guy really excites me with the limitless possibilities he brings to our up and coming D
     
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    5 1/2 sacks doesn't do Wake justice. i saw him flush a few sacks to Porter among various other disruptions and close calls. he's a no brainer on passing downs to put him wherever he's most effective.
     
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    I think the are going to have to play him this year.
     
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    I think the are going to have to play him this year.
     
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    I hope you are right...we desperately need a breakout pass rusher...and Wake seems to be in line for it.
     
  11. dlockz

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    I think people forget that Dumerville had 12.5 sacks two years ago and had 8.5 the his rookie year of which he did not start one game.
     
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    but he got good playing time
     
  13. dlockz

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    just was saying people are acting like Dumerville just all of a sudden turned it on last year and he had a pretty damn good season two years ago without Nolan.
     
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    I think you're confusing that question with "Will Mrs Lance Bass ever surpass Browning Nagle?"
     
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    **** the jets
     
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    ? Stay on topic. Also stop harassing me. Every time I post you follow me with nothing logical to say about the discussion.
     
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    Somebody give this guy a pacifer - he added nothing to the thread himself but "never"
     
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    So long as you're in our house, in the main forum, offering up snide, uninformed comments on Fins-centric topics that don't pertain to the Jets or concern you, you'll remain fair game.
     
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    As long as the Dolphins use him as a situational pass rusher all season long, I don't see why Cam wouldn't be able to duplicate Dumerville's success from last season. And by situational pass rusher, I mean doing your homework on teams. If a certain team has a tendency to pass on first down, then Wake should be in there. Two minute drill before the half and at the end of the game, no-brainer, Wake should be in there. 3rd down and 4 or more, you got it, Wake should be in there.
     
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    Wake has all the physical tools to be a probowl everydown player. I think the issue is his ability to grasp the playbook. Hopefully he will overcome this for us this year because he can be a all pro in my eyes.
     
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    Realistcally Ogden or Misi have a better chance of making that kind of impact than Wake.

    If Wake were REALLY that good he would have been able to put his game together a few years ago. It would be FANTASTIC if it were to happen, but I think one of the rookies will probably have a bigger impact than that guy.
     
  22. unclemonty

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    please everyone it is Elvis Dumervil.
    there is no "le" at the end.
    I can deal with typos and misspellings, but name butchering needs fixed lol.

    whew that was really bothering me lol!!
     
  23. unclemonty

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    you mean odrick
     
  24. tcdrover

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    Yeah, of course. Thanks. There are typos galore in my post.

    I want to see him make that kind of impact, but my gut tells me one of those rooks will have more upside right away. (Hopefully).
     

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