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Tremaine Edmunds: Leader of Men and King of the North

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The only thing I'm taking out of today's presser is that Tremaine Edmunds is on equal footing with Josh Allen. Leader of the Offense and leader of the Defense both fielding questions in their second seasons.

 

He's definitely staying in at MLB and he's going to take the LEAP!

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Hopefully he builds on his last game of last season

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scottlaw is going to be in this thread any minute to punch it in the face.

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7 minutes ago, WMDman said:

Hopefully he builds on his last game of last season

 

Was bad in the NE game but the whole team was. He won Defensive Rookie of the Month in December. 

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Well, Edmunds just went into the Hall of Fame on my Madden franchise after a 16 year illustrious career. So that means he'll be an awesome player in real life, right?

 

BTW, Josh Allen is still going strong! So don't worry! Just about to pass Drew Brees on all time passing yards record.

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7 minutes ago, MJS said:

Well, Edmunds just went into the Hall of Fame on my Madden franchise after a 16 year illustrious career. So that means he'll be an awesome player in real life, right?

 

BTW, Josh Allen is still going strong! So don't worry! Just about to pass Drew Brees on all time passing yards record.

I effing knew it!

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1 hour ago, YoloinOhio said:

Still only 20. A lot on his shoulders 

 

Just not the bar tab 

1 hour ago, John from Riverside said:

We need his recognition skills to take a leap.....last year he was doing what he did on straight athletism.......

 

 

 

 

Scouting out of college said he bit on play action to hard.  Seems like a smart guy and hard worker. That’ll be fixed. 

 

If if he adds bulk to the frame too, look out opposing offenses. 

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1 hour ago, John from Riverside said:

We need his recognition skills to take a leap.....last year he was doing what he did on straight athletism.......

 

 

 

This is true, but he made progress over the course of last season. Praying for the big leap this season! He’s a stud physically, add similar instincts and the sky is the limit! 

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3 hours ago, teef said:

scottlaw is going to be in this thread any minute to punch it in the face.

 

What about in the teef??

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4 hours ago, teef said:

scottlaw is going to be in this thread any minute to punch it in the face.

Edmunds ***** blows! 😉

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14 minutes ago, ScottLaw said:

Edmunds ***** blows! 😉

 

Thanks for not letting us down!    😋

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He looked thick, he is going to be a beast next year. He will end up playing at 260lbs at MLB. Amazing. 

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5 hours ago, John from Riverside said:

We need his recognition skills to take a leap.....last year he was doing what he did on straight athletism.......

 

 

 

 

I disagree. He started out that way, but by the end of the season he was understanding what he saw much better. But you're right, we do need that to keep going.

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I think he still has room to improve his recognition, but the last game of the season was very promising in that regard, so hopefully coming in this year he picks up where he left off and adds to it becomes a standout defender in the entire league.

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You just can teach the kind of athleticism that Edmunds has, and he still hasn't even grown into his body yet.  It's easy to forget how young he is, the kid can't even buy a beer yet.  We all get better with experience.  I'm a lot better at my craft 23 years down the road compared to when I walked in for my first shift.   McDermott/Beane seem to have a good eye for defensive talent and they though enough of Edmunds to trade back up into the 1st round to grab him.  

 

I think Edmunds is going to be special.

 

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8 hours ago, JinxedBill1 said:

Screw the king of the north.

 

Team Cersi all the way!

She has been my favorite character since season 1. House Lannister for life.

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I am good with the "equal footing" in terms as leader of the defense vs. leader of the offense.....except if he is King of the North then  its clear that Josh Allen is Aegon Targaryen, King of  Westeros and the Seven Kingdoms. MLB will never be on "equal footing" with the QB though.

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8 hours ago, JinxedBill1 said:

Screw the king of the north.

 

Team Cersi all the way!

 

Blah to both. Go Ayra. 

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9 hours ago, ScottLaw said:

Edmunds ***** blows! 😉

 

This train is never late

 

9 hours ago, JinxedBill1 said:

Screw the king of the north.

 

Team Cersi all the way!

 

So you're a Brady fan?

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9 hours ago, wppete said:

He looked thick, he is going to be a beast next year. He will end up playing at 260lbs at MLB. Amazing. 

 

I don't know if he'll get that heavy but he will be close

The only mlbs I can think of that were his size that I remember, at least in modern game, urlacher, seau, Thomas, Lewis

I think urlacher played in the high 250s

Lewis , seau, and things around 250, give or take

 

It takes a special athlete to hang MLB at that weight, and Edmunds is the most athletic gifted of them all

Let's hope he develops his skills to go along with it!!

 

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