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Welcome to week 9 of the college football season. Nice Top 10 match up with the Gators and Bulldogs. As a closet Iowa fan I will be paying attention to the Iowa and Penn State game. I have said this before but I will say it again Ben Roethlisberger Jersey , Ferentz gets more from less and doesn’t get the respect he should as a head coach. No. 9 Florida vs. No. 7 Georgia (-7) 3:30 CBSNo. 18 Iowa at No. 17 Penn State (-5) 3:30 ESPNNo. 14 Washington State at No. 24 Stanford (-3) 7 Pac 12 NetworkThis weeks highlight game:No. 2 Clemson (-14) at Florida StateNoon ABCFlorida State Seminoles :Alec Eberle#54 Center 6’3” 294Derrick Kelly II#74 Tackle 6’5” 323Jacques Patrick #9 RB 6’3” 236Johnathan Vickers #26 FB 6’1” 240Brian Burns #99Edge 6’5” 231Demarcus Christmas #90 DL 6’4” 308Levonta Taylor #1 CB 5’10” 181FSU Player Profiles:EDGE Brian BurnsI love Brian Burns and I regret not having him in the top 10 of my big board from a few weeks ago. His footwork and bend are elite. He might be the second best EDGE in the class just because of fluid he is. His bend is combined with impeccable explosiveness off the edge and he also proves he is just stupid fast off the edge. His hands are as active as anyone’s in the class and he has a great rip-club combo as well as a great swim move. His hips are just fantastic. They rotate around the corner incredibly well, which adds to his bend and ability to not get run around the arc. As a run defender, he has great gap discipline and holds the edge well. As for the cons, I hate to say it but he needs to bulk up. He gets blown back sometimes because he is tall and lanky. Thus, he has almost no semblance of a bull rush even if his pad level is great. I like Burns a lot, but he needs to have better timing, as good OTs will mix up their timing and it will get Burns.Round Grade: Early 1stNFL Comparison: Chandler JonesCB Levonta TaylorHe is not flashy and never will be, but he is just a smart and solid football player. If you want to watch tape on him, you won’t see pass breakups, but you will see him show excellent aggressiveness at the line and excellent mirroring. His hips are just that fluid. In man he has all the tools you want, even if his length is a little lacking at 5’10”. Taylor is stupid sticky and has some of the best trail techniques when he is targeted deep, which is rare. Even when he is targeted, you see fantastic ball skills and ability to get his hands in there at the catch point.My main issue is in zone he is a bit of a slow processor, and it leaves him susceptible to allowing passes to the flats. He gives up far too many yards after the catch, as he is a poor tackler and his lack of strength shows. Thus, he is also a rather poor run defender. Round Grade: Late 2ndNFL Comparison: Deshea TownsendClemson Tigers:Sean Pollard #76 OL 6’5” 316Mitch Hyatt #75 OL 6’5” 310Hunter Renfrow #13 WR 5’10” 185Clelin Ferrell #99 Edge 6’4” 265Austin Bryant #7 DE 6’6” 280Dexter Lawrence #90 6’4” 350Christian Wilkins #42 DT 6’4” 315Kendall Joseph #34 ILB 6’ 235Tre Lamar #57 ILB 6’4” 255Mark Fields #2 CB 5’10” 180Trayvon Mullen #1 CB 6’1” 195Tanner Muse #19 S 6’1” 230Clemson Player Profiles: EDGE Clelin FerrellI am not as high on the Clemson Defensive Line as many others are, but Ferrell is the real deal. He has natural quickness and bend off that edge and has some crazy explosiveness with his 6’5” monster frame. You can always see the guy has a plan and is quick to enact it. His explosiveness is always perfectly timed and he clearly knows how to work inside and outside. He can go through you in a bull rush or simply rip inside you. The spin move he adopted has netted him numerous sacks this season alone too. He is a polished pass rusher. Let’s talk about how insane his hands are too. They are active to no end and counter especially well. His run discipline, especially in his gap and on the edge, is one par with Nick Bosa’s. His hips are so fluid that he can just shed blocks and flip his hips towards the sideline with ease.My biggest con would be when he deals with shifty, slippery running backs, Ferrell does have some trouble bringing them down, so sometimes throwing him out into the flat is not the greatest idea.Round Grade: Early 1stNFL Comparison: Danielle HunterIDL Dexter LawrenceI know a lot will say I am a bit low of Lawrence, especially with how high I am on Rashan Gary, but Lawrence is just so raw. He does not display any explosiveness or quick first-step, which leads to him being stonewalled easier than he should be. He does play low, which means he can use his strength to bull rush, but he offers very little as a pass rusher. It can flash, but it just isn’t there yet. In run defense, I do like that he keeps his gap most of the time, but at other times he gets driven straight back into the LB because his hands are simply dead. He needs to get far more penetration than he has currently, but Lawrence has gotten lighter over the season. He looks more explosive and that is what he will have to be like in the NFL, point blank.Round Grade: Early 3rdNFL Comparison: Star LotuleleiIDL Christian Wilkins Wilkins is a defensive linemen who can bend like he was playing EDGE, but he doesn’t. It really helps inside too as he just bends inside and gets pressure right up the middle. He is explosive off the snap and can win with the rip-chop combo he has displayed recently. He knows how to get skinny and fight straight through gaps.His strength and leverage are severely lacking. Couple that with a rather tool of hand usage and it becomes clear that he does not get pass rush often. He often is blown out of gaps and leaves wide open holes in run defense. I really just have to preach playing lower, because it is why he gets beat. On top of that, his reaction is rather slow Terrell Edmunds Jersey , so it leaves him out to dry.Round Grade: Mid 3rdNFL Comparison: Christian Covington New Feature: Draft Sleepers Had a chat with Nick and we decided it was time to start adding some names to the mix that don’t get the everyday attention. It’s never to early to find that diamond in the rough. Utah RB Zack MossYou will not see great athlete under Moss’ radar, but my goodness is he a powerful runner. He runs over guys and keep his balance while doing it. He has some of the best contact balance I have scouted in the class. He breaks tackles at will and knows how to make it hard to tackle him if you take the wrong angle. His vision is elite and he finds the hole each and every time. Moss displays effort and fight that allows him to grind out every last yard he can. He has good burst even if his athleticism is not great. Moss is a great receiver and is used out of many different alignments. Regardless, he is a 3 down back as he can also pass pro. He really has some questions about himself in space, as even if he does break tackles, his lack of agility really does not allow him to turn the corner very often. Sometimes he overthinks the run and causes himself to quite literally end the run play, even if he hits the hole correctly. He will get out in front of his blockers a bit too often when he should be a bit more patient.Round Grade: Early 3rdNFL Comparison: Giovani BernardAuburn ILB Deshaun DavisDavis is the smartest ILB in the class. It is not debatable. The high IQ football plays he displays are out of this world good. He knows what is going on every play and it makes up for his lack of athleticism when he can just straight up call a play from the jump. He anticipates plays with ease. His zone coverage is fantastic and he understands zone discipline about as well as any ILB. All that and he is still a stout run defender too. He gets skinny and makes tackles with ease.That lack of athleticism still does hurt him when seam routes are run or when the athletic TEs are in the vicinity. He is not always sideline-to-sideline but takes great angles. His hips are not as fluid as they could be, but it is not terrible.Round Grade: Mid 2ndNFL Comparison: Zach Brown Liberty WR Antonio Gandy-GoldenAt 6’4” with speed and absolutely insane athleticism, Gandy-Golden is going to be a problem in the NFL. It is only a matter of how well his skill set translates. You may not have heard of him, but start to get his name of your radar. He has insane release skills, as he seemingly gets separation with ease. His route running of seams is perfect as he puts his body in perfect positions to just box guys out. He is stupid good at contested catches and brings them in with ease. Liberty has used him as the ultimate red zone threat and it shows all the time. He is a clear mismatch there. He is not bullied around by aggressive corners either. He has fantastic body control.He needs to expand his route tree and get more nuanced in and out of breaks. He has the hips to do it, but he will need to be coached up if he wishes to be schemed around more than just outside. While he is a deep threat, he can struggle with zone awareness and finding the soft spot in the zone. Does not block well at all. Round Grade: Early 2ndNFL Comparison: Mike Evans...Let us know who you have your eye on for the Black and Gold and what games you plan on watching Saturday. It’s still early in the process but feel free to generate some conversation about what direction you believe we should take in the upcoming draft. Also remember it is also an open thread so the conversation doesn’t have to be draft related. Just remember to keep it respectful and feed back is also welcomed.Steelers News: Goal No. 1 for the Pittsburgh offense is getting off to a fast start vs. Tampa Bay The Pittsburgh Steelers are over the disappointment after the Kansas City Chiefs came into Heinz Field and dismantled the home team. Heading into Week 3, the team is now solely focused on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their prime-time matchup. Something I did last season and I’m going to start again is the Black-and-Gold Links article. This is an article where I take stories from quality news sources across the Internet, and add them here for your viewing pleasure. I won’t be posting the entire articles, but I’ll link each story and author so that you can read the full article. Today we focus on the fact the Steelers’ offense, although statistically impressive, needs to get off to better starts. Not just to start the game, but also on the first possession of the second half. Will they be able to do it vs. the Buccaneers on Monday night?Let’s get to the news:Steelers aiming for fast start on offense against Tampa BayBy: Joe Rutter, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewWhen the Pittsburgh Steelers gave up the first 21 points to the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday, it not only evoked disturbing memories of the January playoff loss to Jacksonville from a defensive standpoint, it also showcased the offense’s early shortcomings.It wasn’t until the third drive that the Steelers got a first down. It wasn’t until the fourth that they got a touchdown.Two games, two seasons, same venue, same scenario.That the Steelers managed to tie the score against Kansas City — unlike that home playoff defeat eight months prior — did little to erase the issues created at the outset of the game.“You need to start faster,” tight end Jesse James said. “We didn’t, obviously, and we put our defense in a bind early in the game.”Counting that playoff loss, the Steelers (0-1-1) haven’t scored in the first quarter for three consecutive games, a streak they will try to snap Monday night at unbeaten Tampa Bay (2-0).Through the first two weeks of the regular season, the Steelers were one of five teams that hadn’t produced any points in the opening 15 minutes. That had the Steelers grouped with the likes of Buffalo and Arizona, teams with 0-2 records heading into Sunday’s play, plus Philadelphia and Washington, who sported 1-1 records.Establishing an early offensive rhythm against Tampa Bay not only will enable the Steelers to play with confidence, it will help quiet the crowd at Raymond James Stadium. And, perhaps most importantly T. J. Watt Jersey , it will allow the Steelers to match scores with FitzMagic, the phenomenon created by quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick’s hot start. Thanks to Fitzpatrick, the Buccaneers are averaging 482 yards and 37.5 points.“On the road, it’s definitely important to start fast,” quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said. “If you can put pressure on the other team, that’s always better.”Kevin Gorman: Big-play Bucs present challenge for Steelers corners to coverBy: Kevin Gorman, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThe Pittsburgh Steelers have reached the point where the secondary has become their primary concern, to the point where the thought of facing Ryan Fitzpatrick following Patrick Mahomes sends shivers down your spine.And you thought tying the Browns was bad.In the Monday Night Football game at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Steelers’ cornerbacks face the NFL’s top passing offense through the first two weeks of the season.That’s a challenge for the cornerbacks, a position at which the Steelers have invested a first-round pick in Artie Burns, a third-rounder in Cameron Sutton and a three-year, $27-million deal in Joe Haden. They need that investment to start paying off.“I honestly think every week as a corner you have to take it personal,” Steelers cornerback Coty Sensabaugh said. “It’s a passing league. The league wants to see a lot of points scored, fans want to see a lot of points scored, so as a corner you have to take it personal every week because most teams have numerous receivers that can play. Very seldom to do you find a team with no receivers.“It’s more of a spotlight because it’s Monday Night Football, and everybody is watching. When you step on that field, your film is your resume. Every week, every play, you’ve got to be ready to go.”The Bucs lead the league in passing yards per game (405) and passing yards per attempt (13.4). Journeyman Fitzpatrick has flourished in subbing for suspended starter Jameis Winston, delivering to big-play receivers DeSean Jackson and Mike Evans and tight end O.J. Howard who Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler called “exceptional.”“He understands what defenses are trying to do,” Butler said of Fitzpatrick, who has an 0-5 career record against the Steelers. “He knows who to read, who not to read and who’s what we call the ‘huckleberry’ on your defense — who he can try to take advantage of.”The Steelers already might have identified the huckleberry on their own by benching Burns, their 2016 first-round draft pick. After Mahomes completed 23 of 28 passes for 326 yards and six touchdowns without an interception in the 42-37 loss to the Chiefs, the Steelers appear set to start Sensabaugh against the Bucs.Steelers mull changes in secondary for Monday Night FootballBy: Jeremy Fowler, ESPNThe Steelers might be shaking up their cornerback lineup for Monday Night Football.Veteran corner Coty Sensabaugh confirmed he received some first-team reps during Saturday’s practice, making him a potential starter over Artie Burns at the outside corner spot opposite Joe Haden.Sensabaugh said Burns started the practice, and he isn’t sure what his role is for the Week 3 matchup with Tampa Bay. The Steelers are trying to tighten up after giving up 42 points to the Chiefs last week.”I’m expecting to find out just like you guys,” Sensabaugh said. “Whenever my number is called, go in. Whenever they are taking me out, go out. Just going with the program.”Burns, a first-round pick in 2016, has started 27 games in his career. He was part of a secondary that experienced multiple communication breakdowns on which Patrick Mahomes capitalized. Custom Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys


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