Jimmy Wilson

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  1. Chubby

    Chubby SUPERFAN

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    Seems to be getting a lot of play time lately. Noticed a few times yesterday that they sub'd him in directly for Smith or Vontae a few times.

    What are your thoughts? Did this regime actually hit on a late round gem?
    Chubbs
     
  2. Granchamp71

    Granchamp71 Finally a believer in RT17

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    I like him. He's one of the very few who is actually playing hard.
     
  3. Chubby

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    The only thing that bothers me is he is so small.... its very hard to be an impact CB and be so small. But boy can he hit!
    Chubbs
     
  4. hoops

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    so far he looks like a keeper...impressed...the size doesn't bother me either...he's big enough
     
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    He's exactly the same size as Cortland Finnegan and Finnegan is ballin.
     
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    Yeah I like him a lot, he's totally fearless out there. I'd like to try him out at FS before the end of the season to be honest. He could be a Bob Sanders back there who hopefully stays healthy.
     
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    Weren't we saying the same thing about Nolan Carroll this time last season? What the hell happened to him?
     
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    probably learnt how to hit in jail....lol

    Ozzy rules!!
     
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    cold!
     
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    I like what I've seen so far from him.
     
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    I ****ing hope this kid becomes a stud. At least Miami fans can then look back on this season and say "Wilson is one good thing that came from that dismal season".

    Kid made a mistake and if you read and believe the story about his incarceration, it is a mistake I probably would have made as well. Anyone who has ever had a loaded gun pulled on them knows there are two course of actions flee or fight and if you choose the latter you better be ready for what's coming.

    I am just glad to see him making the best of his second chance in life.
     
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    He looks promising so far. He has the heart and is always around the ball. He seems to have more fight in him than Vontae and Smith combined...
     
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    Jimmy Wilson hits harder then any of our defensive players. We need more players like him who can dish out some physical tackles.
     
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    He's OK, but nothing special.
     
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    if we plugged him in at S he would be much better the kid is playin cb when it's obvious he should be playing S
     
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    He has been all over the field still a hungry rookie -
    LAst year Nolan CArrole was doing the same, Nolan is not as bad as he is made to be,
    he is a Nickle - Dime Cb and was matched up with Wes Welker, Andre Johnson both probowl WRs. That is just bad on the DC call.
    But yes so far so good
     
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    I thought Ireland sucked.

    Pouncey, Thomas, Clay, Wilson, and perhaps Gates are all looking like solid picks.
     
  18. Doctor Phibes

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    They all look 7-9 picks to me
     
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    solid draft. other than kearse, each player selected has a chance to develop and be a player for us.
     
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    7-9 as in a draft typical of a 7-9 team. Take a center early first round. Take a running back early. Pass on all QBs. Safe. Mediocre. 7-9
     
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    Didn't Pittsburgh just take a C in the first round the year before and make it to the Super Bowl???

    I know they already have their franchise QB, but if we get ours next year than this draft class will be a great foundation along with that QB.

    Good draft IMO
     
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    Lilseb93 This Is My House

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    Well yah but Ireland drafted those players with no thought of drafting a QB next year. He didn't see an 0-6 team coming even though many in the fan base did.
     
  24. Chubby

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    There is NO "But" when it comes to a franchize QB, Either you have it or your dont. If you have a Franchize QB draft whatever the hell you want. If you dont have a franchize QB DRAFT A QB 1st every draft if you have to.
    Comparing Pitts Draft to Miami's draft is like comparing Tuna and Chocolate.
    Chubbs
     

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