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How good can our Secondary be in a year or two?

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Re: How good can our Secondary be in a year or two? 

Post#41 » by M-C-G » Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:53 am

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Reading on another forum about how the Jags switched from man press to zone and what a huge negative impact that had on House in year two. That left me feeling like this could be a great match to bring him back in the fold. If he blows up, you should get a great comp pick while giving your young CB and probably a drafted CB, a year to see what you have in them. If he doesn't, oh well, you brought in a guy that is going to probably be a solid veteran presence.

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Re: How good can our Secondary be in a year or two? 

Post#42 » by Lippo » Wed Mar 15, 2017 7:06 pm

HKPackFan wrote:House as your 3rd or 4th corner is much better than dragging guys off the parking lot like we did last year.



House will be our #1 more than likely.....unless we draft Humphrey/Conley/etc in the 1st...
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Re: RE: Re: How good can our Secondary be in a year or two? 

Post#43 » by WeekapaugGroove » Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:09 pm

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Reading on another forum about how the Jags switched from man press to zone and what a huge negative impact that had on House in year two. That left me feeling like this could be a great match to bring him back in the fold. If he blows up, you should get a great comp pick while giving your young CB and probably a drafted CB, a year to see what you have in them. If he doesn't, oh well, you brought in a guy that is going to probably be a solid veteran presence.

That does make sense because if house can't use his size in press coverage hes kind of useless.

It's interesting how polar opposite house and hyde are. House- best in man coverage, below average ball skills, and can only really play outside corner. Hyde- terrible in man coverage, above average ball skills, can play anywhere except outside corner.

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