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  • DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

    I hope he falls to the Rams at #33. He could be just what the doctor ordered.

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    Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

    Personally, I hope we don't take him. He has amazing measurables, but he has character concerns and is very lazy on the field. I would rather use our second round pick to get Bradford (assuming we take him) more weapons.

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      Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

      i don't know about dunlap, he's definitely worth a look but i don't think this team is going to play someone who isn't committed to football, but i believe little's successor is already on the roster.

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        Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

        mayock chirped this guy hard, said something of the like:

        if your picking a flag football team then this is your guy

        went on to talk about how his measurables were through the roof but when you put game tape on he disappears.

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          Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

          Makes me think of Alex Barron- all of the physical tools, none of the passion.

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            Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

            Well, he could certainly be Little's successor in the stupid felonious activity department.

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              Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

              I don't think he is... and even if he did fall to 33 I wouldn't want to take him, I'd hope we'd take a TE no matter who we draft at #1

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                Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                Originally posted by PeoriaRam View Post
                Well, he could certainly be Little's successor in the stupid felonious activity department.

                Hahaha. That comment I enjoyed!

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                  Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                  Originally posted by molar_pistol View Post
                  i don't know about dunlap, he's definitely worth a look but i don't think this team is going to play someone who isn't committed to football, but i believe little's successor is already on the roster.


                  Long doesn't have a quick enough first step to ever be a dominant pass rusher. He will get his share, but not from beating guys around the edge. Dunlap has that ability.

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                    Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                    Dosen't pass Spags pillars....

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                    • #11
                      Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                      Originally posted by jerseyramsfan View Post
                      Dosen't pass Spags pillars....



                      Would Spags have passed on Warren Sapp ?

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                        Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                        Is Dunlap little's successor? No, Little is extremely motivated and passionate on the field, he play's while sick and injured. Dunlap is lazy and doesnt pursue people on the field, he has little drive to succeed, he very rarely has an explosive first step off of the line. Yes, he has all the tools to be great, he just doesnt care.

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                          Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                          Its not right to say he doesn't care. If he didn't care he wouldn't be playing football, wouldn't have went to the combine, and wouldn't have played for Florida. He is simply lazy. Plain and simple. He wants it but not as bad as other guys and his motivation goes up and down. Ive known many guys just like him. Some coach may get through to him. That lazy bug imo will always bug him however.

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                            Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                            Originally posted by Bralidore(RAMMODE) View Post
                            Its not right to say he doesn't care. If he didn't care he wouldn't be playing football, wouldn't have went to the combine, and wouldn't have played for Florida. He is simply lazy. Plain and simple. He wants it but not as bad as other guys and his motivation goes up and down. Ive known many guys just like him. Some coach may get through to him. That lazy bug imo will always bug him however.
                            Your right, doesnt care is probably to strong of a word. But he does strike me as someone that is doing just enough to get by, get in the pro's and make some money.

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                              Re: DE Dunalp in rd 2 ? Is he Little's successor ?

                              Originally posted by SLSG View Post
                              Would Spags have passed on Warren Sapp ?
                              Yep he would of...

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