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Jachai Polite - your new edge?

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After Josh Allen Jachai Polite is nasty... will be there at 9. Opposite Hughes?

 

turn the volume down.... downright offensive 'music'

 

 

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Yeah, I've got my eye on him. 

 

Would not mind this at all. Freak athlete.

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I love hearing "high motor" as a descriptor for a d lineman. Seems like it's one of the common traits you see among the elite. All the physical talent in the world doesn't matter if you're not giving 100% effort on every snap, and this guy seems to have the talent and the motor. DE isn't our biggest need, but if Beane and friends think he's the BPA when we're on the clock, I would be happy to have him. 

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I hope if we do draft him we can give him the nick name "Notso" Polite after he slams Brady to the ground a few times

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1 hour ago, Buffalo03 said:

I hope if we do draft him he can give him the nick name "Notso" Polite after he slams Brady to the ground a few times

Or "Im"

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2 hours ago, ColdFront_USAF said:

I love hearing "high motor" as a descriptor for a d lineman. Seems like it's one of the common traits you see among the elite. All the physical talent in the world doesn't matter if you're not giving 100% effort on every snap, and this guy seems to have the talent and the motor. DE isn't our biggest need, but if Beane and friends think he's the BPA when we're on the clock, I would be happy to have him. 

 

“High motor” is overrated.  “Lunch pail guy” and “quick first step” are what you want to hear to describe pass rushers.

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Arron Maybin had a really high motor, how'd that work out?

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Yeah. I'm just underwhelmed. Guy had 15 sacks in 3 years. Small. I wouldn't take him in the top 20. Much more of a Ferrill guy.

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21 minutes ago, CSBill said:

Arron Maybin had a really high motor, how'd that work out?

he had nothing of the sort

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44 minutes ago, CSBill said:

Arron Maybin had a really high motor, how'd that work out?

The Tinman, before he saw the Wizard in the Wizard of Oz, had more heart than Maybin.

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Why does it always seem to be that when the Bills need Offense, there’s nobody slotted to be there when we draft? Or when the Bills need Defense the reverse is true? Is it that TBD followers are afraid to make a pick? Is that why BPA is the annual pick dajour?

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1 hour ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

“High motor” is overrated.  “Lunch pail guy” and “quick first step” are what you want to hear to describe pass rushers.

 

1 hour ago, CSBill said:

Arron Maybin had a really high motor, how'd that work out?

As I recall, it was mainly "quick first step" that got Maybin drafted early.  I think it was McShay, in particular, who went on and on about that quick first step.

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I'll grant that he will be there.  He will also be there at #10, after Buffalo picks another player.

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In McDermott's defense the LE has to be able to play some 5 and 6tech. I could see them going Gary, if he's there. Polite would have to play LBer for the Bills. I really think the player people are sleeping on for the Bills is Baker.

 

I'd bet they have a top five on defense similar to this.

1. Simmons

2. Gary

3. Oliver

4. White

5. Baker

 

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1 hour ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

“High motor” is overrated.  “Lunch pail guy” and “quick first step” are what you want to hear to describe pass rushers.

 

You can't say "lunch pail" without thinking of Chris Kelsay.

 

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30 minutes ago, fergie's ire said:

 

As I recall, it was mainly "quick first step" that got Maybin drafted early.  I think it was McShay, in particular, who went on and on about that quick first step.

 

His second and third steps were way below average. Perhaps he had a high motor but a crappy transmission.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, snafu said:

 

His second and third steps were way below average. Perhaps he had a high motor but a crappy transmission.

 

 

 

His first step was quick because it was before he encountered a blocker. All speed, no torque.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Aussie Joe said:

Good player...

 

Dont think he will be the pick at 9 though..

 

15 maybe..

Yea most picks saw him as a late first, saw another mock had him at first pick in the 2nd. A top 10 pick seems to be alil of a reach, although I admit I don’t know much about him, and edge guys can easily get pushed forward. 

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He's 6'2, 242lbs. Still he looks small to me. Khalil Mack and Von Miller both are not that much bigger (both 6'3 and 250+ lbs)  but just look bigger to me.

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8 hours ago, RocCityRoller said:

 

turn the volume down.... downright offensive 'music'

 

 

Yeah, "ni**a this, ni**a that" rap autotuned is the worst.

 

Polite looks like a stud in that video though.

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I want dlineman that can manhandle the opposing OL.  These smaller DL always seem to disappear in the playoffs and the big nasty DL dominate.

 

 

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3 hours ago, LSHMEAB said:

Yeah. I'm just underwhelmed. Guy had 15 sacks in 3 years. Small. I wouldn't take him in the top 20. Much more of a Ferrill guy.

6'2", 260, projected 4.8 forty.  Think he may be drafted higher then his measureables merit.

 

No thank you

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2 minutes ago, RPbillsfan said:

6'2", 260, projected 4.8 forty.  Think he may be drafted higher then his measureables merit.

 

No thank you

Projected 4.8 forty? And I think 260 is generous. Not trying to be imPOLITE, but I have zero interest in this dude.

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10 hours ago, Aussie Joe said:

Good player...

 

Dont think he will be the pick at 9 though..

 

15 maybe..

I'm all for a trade down and draft @15 and pick up a 2nd or two late firsts with the Raiders

5 hours ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

“High motor” is overrated.  “Lunch pail guy” and “quick first step” are what you want to hear to describe pass rushers.

 

Kyle William was 'high motor' I want a turbo charged guy

5 hours ago, CSBill said:

Arron Maybin had a really high motor, how'd that work out?

 

had a high motor but no transmission

4 hours ago, SoCal Deek said:

Why does it always seem to be that when the Bills need Offense, there’s nobody slotted to be there when we draft? Or when the Bills need Defense the reverse is true? Is it that TBD followers are afraid to make a pick? Is that why BPA is the annual pick dajour?

 

This defense is not 'elite' despite TBD. The D was what 29th or 30th in sacks? Better pass rush gives the very good secondary more chances to make turnovers and put JA in  better position to score.

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