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Most likely to join Aaron Donald in recording 10+ sacks in 2019

John Franklin-Myers
No votes
0%
Dante Fowler, Jr.
7
54%
Clay Matthews
1
8%
Samson Ebukam
No votes
0%
Ogbonnia Okoronkwo
1
8%
Justin Lawler
No votes
0%
Michael Brockers
No votes
0%
Nobody
4
31%
 by snackdaddy
1 week ago
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I don't see 3 guys with double digit sacks. Aaron Donald is a lock. But there is one guy who's got the best chance aside from Donald. Dante Fowler. He's got the tools and he's got Aaron Donald taking all the attention away from blockers. And he's physically fit enough to play a lot of snaps.

 by Elvis
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I know it's early but there's been so little buzz about Obo i'm starting wonder if he'll even make the team let alone be a major contributor.

As for the question, i gotta think Fowler, Matthews or nobody are the most likely...

 by /zn/
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United States of America   Maine
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Fowler could, in theory anyway. It will be the first time for him if he does. I don't think anyone else.

Maybe Matthews but that sounds like a stretch. I see Matthews as more like a 5-6 sack guy.

Interestingly, Kiser was used as a pass rusher at times in college. He had 19 sacks at Virginia.

It's hard to say anything about LBs at this point, when they haven't practiced in pads yet.

 by snackdaddy
1 week ago
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Elvis wrote:I know it's early but there's been so little buzz about Obo i'm starting wonder if he'll even make the team let alone be a major contributor.

As for the question, i gotta think Fowler, Matthews or nobody are the most likely...


Yeah, I'm hearing things about Kiser and Matthews. Even Rapp in certain situations. We know Littleton and Ebukam will be part of the equation. Fowler for sure on one end. But nothing on the Obo front. I'm wondering the same thing.

 by SpeedRacer
1 week ago
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I'm okay with Nobody as long as team pressure and sacks abound. I'd say Fowler.

As for Ogbo. I will be surprised if he makes the team.

 by AvengerRam
1 week ago
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Ogbo was an excellent college player. His rookie year was derailed by a foot injury. If he stays healthy, I'm betting he'll make the team and have a role. I don't see him as a starter, but he'll be in the rotation.

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