Top Players Leaving

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by PAgamer07, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Time to take a look at the seniors who will be leaving their teams and are considered irreplaceable. These will be pretty big blows to the teams mentioned.


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    WR Robert Woods (99 OVR): It's no secret woods was one of the best WR in the country. He put up 1600 yards and scored 14 TD for the Trojans this year.



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    WR Keenan Allen (96 OVR): Keenan Allen was THE goto guy in Cal as evidenced by his 87 catches and 1200 yards.

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    CB Usua Amanan (91 OVR) and CB Terrence Brown (93 OVR): Losing both of your top 2 corners is a massive blow to a team that prides itself on good defense.

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    WR Josh Huff (91 OVR): I didnt realize how little the Ducks threw the ball, but Huff had double the receiving yards (1000) of anyone on the team. I think they will need to find a new goto guy, but pretty sure that guy will be Blackmon.


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    QB AJ McCarron (93 OVR): When you lose your starting QB, its always a big blow. McCarron is no exception as he had 41 TD passes this year.

    HB Jalston Fowler (92 OVR): 1500 yards and 14 TD. Big loss, but 'Bama is 3 deep in running backs.

    MLB CJ Mosley (94 OVR): The leader on defense and this probably hurts more than the rest. He led the team in tackles and was tied for the team lead in sacks.


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    HB Knile Davis (97 OVR): No he didn't put up gaudy numbers, but he was a threat every time he was on the field.

    WR Julian Horton (89 OVR) and WR Javontee Herndon (86 OVR): 106 catches, 2000 yards and 15 TD between them. Expect Marquel Wade to fill this void next year.

    SS Eric Bennett (88 OVR): 2nd leading tackler on the team. Probably considered the captain of the defense. A huge loss.

    FS Jerry Mitchell (84 OVR): And the other safety... Very hard to replace your starting safeties. Not sure if this team will be nearly as good next year.


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    WR Andre Dubose (86 OVR): Blazing speed and led the team in all recieving categories.

    CB Jaylen Watkins (87 OVR): Redshirts defensive player of the year. Tough to replace a solid cornerback like this.

    CB Cody Riggs (85 OVR): #2 CB who had 3 INT of his own.


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    HB Marcus Lattimore (99 OVR): No he didn't put up typical Nacho Cheese like numbers, but the dude was still one of the best backs in the game.

    QB Connor Shaw (94 OVR): Nachos actually had a great season with this guy. Should be interesting to see how well he replaces Shaw.

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    WR Jeremy Gallon (92 OVR), WR Jeremy Jackson (83 OVR), and WR Drew Dileo (84 OVR): #1, 2 and #3 Wideouts. Ouch. Big loss here for a team that struggled to run the ball

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    SS CJ Barnett (91 OVR): Leading tackler on the team. Also had 2 picks and 7 TFL

    FS Christian Bryant (88 OVR): Led the team with 5 INT. As mentioned before, losing both starting safeties is tough.

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    QB Danny O'brien (90 OVR): What a season for O'brien. Who steps into his shoes next year?

    HB James White (96 OVR): 1200 yards and 11 TD. This offense is going to struggle next year.

    WR Jared Abbrederris (95 OVR): Wide Reciever of the year. Nearly 2000 yards and 24 TD. Ouch. HUGE loss.

    FS Dezmon Southward (90 OVR): Wisconsin's rankings are going to go southward next year...

    MLB Chris Borland (98 OVR): The leader on this defense is leaving as well. Tackling, forcing turnovers, you name it. Borland was a stud.

    DT Jordan Kohout (90 OVR): 17 sacks... damn.

    LE Pat Muldoon (89 OVR): starting defensive end with 9 sacks.
     
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  2. maverickfp

    maverickfp Walk On

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    Tide reload...no need to rebuild.
     
  3. JohnnyClutch

    JohnnyClutch They only hear my truth

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    Those two sucked ass this year. Browning and Owens are more than capable replacements for next season.
     
  4. JohnnyClutch

    JohnnyClutch They only hear my truth

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    :D Wisconsin is going to win like 5 games next season.
     
  5. TEClemson53

    TEClemson53 Walk On

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    what have I told you guys the past month or so, I warned PA not to schedule me some BADASS out of conference schedule, then told you guys I would be shit next year lol
     
  6. briosu99

    briosu99 6* Team Killer

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    I may end up with two freshman starting at safety next year, could be interesting. Otherwise, I think I'm pretty good overall.
     
  7. sonn

    sonn Walk On

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    As long as my juniors stay I'll be in good shape.
     
  8. PAgamer07

    PAgamer07 We're the ship without a storm

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    Oh yeah, much better than Wisconsin, Arkansas or the cocks.
     
  9. SuperBowlNachos

    SuperBowlNachos Walk On

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    My defense is going to be pure shit.
     
  10. AJ Hart MN

    AJ Hart MN Marseille - TFL Season 1 Champions

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    My team is going to be complete shit.. Or wait, it's me that will be complete shit.
     
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  11. dnf913

    dnf913 Walk On

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    Yea, not sure how good my team will be next year, some young players will need to step in an contribute right away for me to have any success.
     

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