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 Post subject: Re: Offseason moves begin
PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 10:51 am 
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SteelThrillsseeker wrote:
I forgot about DL Tyson Alualu.

Does he bring anything to get excited about? Solid fill in?


Former first round pick with matching measurables/pedigree. Started for 8 seasons and racked up 17.5 sacks. Has the potential to be solid DL depth. And with Heyward and Tuitt taking so many snaps, they need someone to spell them.


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 Post subject: Re: Offseason moves begin
PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 2:48 pm 
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Agreed LTW. I can't imagine a better way when adding depth to your team. Especially up in the trenches where it becomes very crucial. Alualu can play inside and outside. Hargrave, Tuitt and Heyward will have excellent back up talent behind them. Not to mention you can take a fresh Alualu and put him in certain packages throughout the game and cause havoc. Tuitt, Hargrave, Alualu and Heyward line up in a 4-3? Alualu and Hargrave together on the field could be a very challenging duo in the middle to contend with. Then you have Tuitt and Heyward on the outside to contend with? Butler must be creaming his shorts with the seemingly limitless options on DLine.


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 Post subject: Re: Offseason moves begin
PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 7:13 pm 
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Steelafan77 wrote:
Agreed LTW. I can't imagine a better way when adding depth to your team. Especially up in the trenches where it becomes very crucial. Alualu can play inside and outside. Hargrave, Tuitt and Heyward will have excellent back up talent behind them. Not to mention you can take a fresh Alualu and put him in certain packages throughout the game and cause havoc. Tuitt, Hargrave, Alualu and Heyward line up in a 4-3? Alualu and Hargrave together on the field could be a very challenging duo in the middle to contend with. Then you have Tuitt and Heyward on the outside to contend with? Butler must be creaming his shorts with the seemingly limitless options on DLine.

I really hope we see stuff like that this season.


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 Post subject: Re: Offseason moves begin
PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 6:01 am 
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Poltargyst wrote:
Steelafan77 wrote:
Agreed LTW. I can't imagine a better way when adding depth to your team. Especially up in the trenches where it becomes very crucial. Alualu can play inside and outside. Hargrave, Tuitt and Heyward will have excellent back up talent behind them. Not to mention you can take a fresh Alualu and put him in certain packages throughout the game and cause havoc. Tuitt, Hargrave, Alualu and Heyward line up in a 4-3? Alualu and Hargrave together on the field could be a very challenging duo in the middle to contend with. Then you have Tuitt and Heyward on the outside to contend with? Butler must be creaming his shorts with the seemingly limitless options on DLine.

I really hope we see stuff like that this season.


We will on offense with Dobbs. Tomlin thinks he's found that added dimension he's wanted with Dobbs. Dobbs was drafted to be a weapon for Ben or LJ if Ben is down. Dobbs in motion with AB & MB wide could be just one of a few nice wrinkles. Butler and Haley better have stand out seasons.


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