TMFL Young Player Meet and Greet

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  1. Subkontraktor

    Subkontraktor Plays with Knives.

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    Reading some of these recaps makes me feel a little dumb. I put a good amount of time into the league, but I still have no idea who most of the new players are. For those of you who feel like it, list your playmakers / solid contributors that you've picked up in the last two years (the fake players).

    Arizona Cardinals
    2011 Draft
    QB JaMarcus Austin 90 OVR- First round draft pick thats already made a name for himself around here. Offensive ROTY last year...has a rocket arm and dangerous speed. Coming off a perfect passer rating in the Cards' last game against the Seahawks.​
    TE Tanner Talber 82 OVR- Another offensive ROTY candidate. Led the team in recieving TDs last year. With a 87 spd rating and an 89 catching rating he easily holds his own with the other recievers.​
    CB Josh Duran 70 OVR- Played in the nickel position last year and even though he didn't put up big numbers he was involved in several big time plays.​
    2012 Draft
    CB Earlzo Kyaunn 75 OVR- Had a monster game against the Seahawks, taking the opening kickoff to the house and a pick six a few plays later. Almost a mirror image of DRC, going to be a major part of the Cards pass defense.​
    FB Evan Allen 80 OVR- Pretty quiet season thus far but should come into his own in the next few years​

    Atlanta Falcons
    2011 Draft
    Kyle Myers - G -87 OVR - Moved into a starting role in 2012.
    2012 Draft
    Jo Jo Field- CB- 80 OVR-will develop into a nice physical corner in the years to come.
    Ron Hunt- OT- 70 OVR- Has not seen the field yet.​

    Buffalo Bills
    2011 Draft
    QB Chris Robinson 83ovr - led the Bills to a Superbowl win as a rookie, enough said.​
    LB Tyree Rush 81ovr - Rush OLB but plays well in space. Has 63 tackles 4 sacks and 3 forced fumbles in his young career.​
    DT Dosha Hutchins 78ovr - backup DT but has progressed well. Has seen the field sparingly thus far this season and has held up. Due to see more action as the season goes on.​
    SS Marius LaVain 77ovr - Acquired via trade from Jacksonville but has been nothing short of a stud thus far relegating Donte Whitner to backup duty. Big hitter with size and speed.​
    TE Colt Stone 77ovr - 2nd TE and rarely integrated in the offense but always delivers. Also sure handed and blocks adequately. Very nice player for a 4th round pick.​
    2012 Draft
    DE Tamarick Thomas 75ovr - traded to Saints for CB Patrick Robinson who was hurt in first game of the season. The guy coulda been special but we will have to rely on him come playoff time.​
    K Jon Riddick 81ovr - The Bills played in a lot of close games last year and theres something to be said about a guy who can hit kicks from 60+​
    C EJ Devlin Jr 75ovr - Starting at center as a rookie may be a lot to ask but he has been up to the challenge thus far. Acquired via Free Agency, he has been solid.​
    CB Verlon Hardnett 66ovr - Also aquired via free agency. With the injury to Patrick Robinson, he has slid into the 3rd CB spot and has played lights out. Plays more like an 80ovr than a 66.​

    Cleveland Browns
    2011 Draft
    FS Dorian Hill OVR 93 1st Round Pick, Absolutely Stud​
    DE Dion Cooper OVR 86 2nd Round Pick, Defensive Lineman of the Year, Defensive player of the year so far this season​
    LB Kierre Roberson OVR 73 3rd round Pick, sat for most of the year last year, now a starter and great speed and reading ability and athleticism​
    2012 Draft
    MLB DeMond Cooper OVR 72 Starting MLB, rookie of the year candidate​
    RB Parker Boates OVR 73 Mixes in the rotation for the Browns RB's with Montario Hardesty​
    CB Barry Reyes plays the Dime back for the Browns and actually does it quite well so far​

    Kansas City Chiefs:
    2011 draft
    SS Aspha Savage - 94 ovr - Pro Bowl caliber safety​
    MLB Ben Jackson - 83 ovr - Solid starter who loves to tackle​
    WR Lavon Waiters - 79 ovr - Very tall and fast starter who started with terrible hands
    2012 draft
    WR Michael Lincoln - 78 ovr - 99 speed, dumb as a doorknob. KR and 4th WR.​
    TE Chet DuBose - 72 ovr - Has taken over the starting position after Moeaki's injury​
    HB Orlando Holliday - 78 ovr - 3rd string, gets a few carries here and there​

    Miami Dolphins
    2011 Draft
    TE Jalen Driskell 87 OVR 2nd round pick last year. Stud.​
    CB Reshard St. Saint 83 OVR probowler as a rookie​
    HB Jake Carver 82 OVR .. took over starting HB role over Ronnie Brown this year​
    KR Terrence Lucas 99 OVR KR with 99 SPD​
    2012
    WR Leoy Tucker 80 OVR WR the "deep threat"​


     
  2. JoHud

    JoHud Walk On

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    That TE Chet DuBose definatly plays above his rating, he had a couple nice plays the other night.
     
  3. Keller

    Keller The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

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    2011 Draft
    QB Chris Robinson 83ovr - led the Bills to a Superbowl win as a rookie, enough said.
    LB Tyree Rush 81ovr - Rush OLB but plays well in space. Has 63 tackles 4 sacks and 3 forced fumbles in his young career.
    DT Dosha Hutchins 78ovr - backup DT but has progressed well. Has seen the field sparingly thus far this season and has held up. Due to see more action as the season goes on.
    SS Marius LaVain 77ovr - Acquired via trade from Jacksonville but has been nothing short of a stud thus far relegating Donte Whitner to backup duty. Big hitter with size and speed.
    TE Colt Stone 77ovr - 2nd TE and rarely integrated in the offense but always delivers. Also sure handed and blocks adequately. Very nice player for a 4th round pick.

    2012 Draft
    DE Tamarick Thomas 75ovr - traded to Saints for CB Patrick Robinson who was hurt in first game of the season. The guy coulda been special but we will have to rely on him come playoff time.
    K Jon Riddick 81ovr - The Bills played in a lot of close games last year and theres something to be said about a guy who can hit kicks from 60+
    C EJ Devlin Jr 75ovr - Starting at center as a rookie may be a lot to ask but he has been up to the challenge thus far. Acquired via Free Agency, he has been solid.
    CB Verlon Hardnett 66ovr - Also aquired via free agency. With the injury to Patrick Robinson, he has slid into the 3rd CB spot and has played lights out. Plays more like an 80ovr than a 66.
     
  4. Subkontraktor

    Subkontraktor Plays with Knives.

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    He's got decent speed and can catch OK. He's nothing spectacular, but filled in just fine.

    The injury happened in Week 6, he was promoted ahead of 77OVR Daniel Graham for the week 7 game against you.
     
  5. sibellius

    sibellius Too legit to quit

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    2011 Draft

    QB JaMarcus Austin 90 OVR- First round draft pick thats already made a name for himself around here. Offensive ROTY last year...has a rocket arm and dangerous speed. Coming off a perfect passer rating in the Cards' last game against the Seahawks.

    TE Tanner Talber 82 OVR- Another offensive ROTY candidate. Led the team in recieving TDs last year. With a 87 spd rating and an 89 catching rating he easily holds his own with the other recievers.

    CB Josh Duran 70 OVR- Played in the nickel position last year and even though he didn't put up big numbers he was involved in several big time plays.

    2012 Draft

    CB Earlzo Kyaunn 75 OVR- Had a monster game against the Seahawks, taking the opening kickoff to the house and a pick six a few plays later. Almost a mirror image of DRC, going to be a major part of the Cards pass defense.

    FB Evan Allen 80 OVR- Pretty quiet season thus far but should come into his own in the next few years
     
  6. stryder24

    stryder24 Walk On

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    2011 Draft
    TE Jalen Driskell 87 OVR 2nd round pick last year. Stud.
    CB Reshard St. Saint 83 OVR probowler as a rookie
    HB Jake Carver 82 OVR .. took over starting HB role over Ronnie Brown this year
    KR Terrence Lucas 99 OVR KR with 99 SPD

    2012
    WR Leoy Tucker 80 OVR WR the "deep threat"
     
  7. kdpnutter

    kdpnutter Walk On

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    2011 Draft
    FS Dorian Hill OVR 93 1st Round Pick, Absolutely Stud
    DE Dion Cooper OVR 86 2nd Round Pick, Defensive Lineman of the Year, Defensive player of the year so far this season
    LB Kierre Roberson OVR 73 3rd round Pick, sat for most of the year last year, now a starter and great speed and reading ability and athleticism

    2012 Draft
    MLB DeMond Cooper OVR 72 Starting MLB, rookie of the year candidate
    RB Parker Boates OVR 73 Mixes in the rotation for the Browns RB's with Montario Hardesty
    CB Barry Reyes plays the Dime back for the Browns and actually does it quite well so far
     
  8. antcap24

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    Atlanta Falcons
    2011 Draft


    Round 1- Kyle Myers - G -87 OVR -
    Did not see many plays as a rookie, as the Falcons starting line stayed healthy all year. Moved into starting role as the Falcons chose not to re-sign Harvey Dahl.

    Round 2- Sealii Davis- WR- 81 OVR -
    Had a great rookie year for the Falcons, and was a big bargaining chip to acquire Jahvid Best from the Lions.


    Round 3- J.D Nealy- S- 82 OVR -
    Was dealt to the Dolphins before he ever put on a Falcons uniform for CB Sean Smith. Smith was then dealt in a deal for Terrel Suggs.

    So 2011 draft has one original player drafted still on the roster.

    2012 Draft

    Round 1- Jo Jo Field- CB- 80 OVR-
    Did not start the first 3 games of the season, but with the trade of Sean Smith, he moved into the starting nickel back. Since then he has 2 FF, 1 INT, and 19 tackles. He is great on Special Teams, and can deliver a nice hit for a DB. He looks like he will develop into a nice physical corner in the years to come.

    Round 2- Ron Hunt- OT- 70 OVR-
    Has not seen the field yet, and barring any injuries willmost likely be a 3 year project a OT.
     

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