Eric Rowe Feels Ahead Of The Curve

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Actually, Rowe knows all the plays already.

“It’s almost like second nature to me,” Rowe, the former Patriot, said after Tuesday’s practice. “It takes the learning curve out of it. I know the defense, I know what the coaches want, I know how much they expect, what they demand. All of that, that learning curve is out. Now it’s just me just getting better as a player.”
Thoughts?

I personally forgot we even had him on the roster, but I do remember him lighting up the combine with his numbers. Could be very helpful if he really has a smooth transition into the defense.
 

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We need all the corners we can get.

Here's to hoping he's a good player for us.
 

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he'll be 27 during the season, so his best football is definitely ahead of him. Hopefully it happens this year. Things change if another corner steps up
 

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I really wanna see what Flores can do with this defense. Out of everything with this team; this side of the ball, the defense, is what I’m looking forward to seeing the most this season. Anything is going to be a breath of fresh air after what we all witnessed last year with Burke.
 

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Patriots basically gave up on this kid. But Miami needs competition so we will see

I’m not expecting much.

Outside of x and minkah we didn’t have mucb boundary wise options.
 

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Patriots basically gave up on this kid. But Miami needs competition so we will see

I’m not expecting much.

Outside of x and minkah we didn’t have mucb boundary wise options.
Eagles gave up on him after like 2 practices.
Two teams starved for corners didn’t need him.

I will say this on that play in the Super Bowl to Julio with 4 minutes to go, you can’t cover any WR better than that. It was one play though and he still made the catch.

I’m expecting more from the UDFAs then Rowe.
 

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What a disappointment Tank has been. I don't think I've ever seen a player drop so fast like a brick from year 1 to year 2 like Tank. The guy literally Tanked.
Probably not physical enough to make an impact for the current staff.
 

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The best you can say about the kid is the coaching staff is familiar with him. Maybe they see what we dont.
 

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Are you referring to X? If so then what would you have preferred? Not giving him big money?
To be honest I was torn....I like the kid and hope he can stay healthy. Missing 25% of your games in 3 years is a huge red flag though. Someone on here tried to compare his situation to Gilmore in NE when Gilmore has only missed 3 more games than Howard in 4 more seasons of play, not even a comparison. I hope the kid can stay healthy as he produces when he is actually on the field.
 
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