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  1. #16
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    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan



    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens Fan View Post
    Jernigan was BPA and fits a glaring need on our D line. Not sure why people are having problems with this one.
    He doesn't fit their D-Line need at all, that's why. He's just like every other DT they already in in being a run stuffer who doesn't penetrate against the pass or push the pocket.




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    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    This addresses a major need for next year because Ngata and probably Canty will no longer be on the team. Jernigan is a great player. Beast in the run game and an under appreciated pass rusher with swagger. Nasty stack and shed guy and has a sweet swim move. Think if his snap anticipation improves he can be a really good player.




  3. #18

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Like I been saying about Ozzie, what the fuck is he doing????? The players are good players he picked, but we need safety, offensive linemen, speedster receiver, and a big running back, so far i see SHIT! I hope we address these needs.




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    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Quote Originally Posted by landshark52 View Post
    This addresses a major need for next year because Ngata and probably Canty will no longer be on the team. Jernigan is a great player. Beast in the run game and an under appreciated pass rusher with swagger. Nasty stack and shed guy and has a sweet swim move. Think if his snap anticipation improves he can be a really good player.
    Yuuuuup.

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  5. #20

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    No I'm unhappy with anything that isn't an offensive need. Our offense was downright awful. Our defense was at least passable.

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    Right what are the Ravens smoking here?? Of course all the homers on this site will say what a wonderful job he's doing.




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    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Go watch the national championship game and you will love this guy


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  7. #22

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Quote Originally Posted by livegonzo View Post
    Right what are the Ravens smoking here?? Of course all the homers on this site will say what a wonderful job he's doing.
    I don't why you're considering us homers because we have all been praising Ozzie since almost everyone was skeptical about the Mosley pick. The only better value than Jernigan at that spot was Allen Robinson, but Jernigan is still good pick.




  8. #23

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    I'm not surprised after 2 seasons of having a dismal run defense. Plus, he fell to us, so he was the BPA.




  9. #24

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Quote Originally Posted by Brien Jackson View Post
    He doesn't fit their D-Line need at all, that's why. He's just like every other DT they already in in being a run stuffer who doesn't penetrate against the pass or push the pocket.
    Youre wrong about that. He penetrates plenty (11 TFL, 4.5 sacks last year).




  10. #25

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Biggest head scratcher of a draft from Oz in recent memory. And I think his Alabama bias is compromising his objectivity.




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    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Quote Originally Posted by SimiValleyFan View Post
    Biggest head scratcher of a draft from Oz in recent memory. And I think his Alabama bias is compromising his objectivity.
    Um... How is an FSU tackle evidence of an Alabama bias? (A bias that has net us 6 players since 1996 and only 1 in round 1 ever.)
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    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Thrilled with this pick. Great value and he does fill a need, with Ngata likely done after next season, Canty too. Being able to line up Williams at the nose with Jernigan and Lewis-Moore on the ends will give us a young, hungry defensive front for the next few years.

    I was thinking it would be Louis Nix or Allen Robinson, but this is just fine by me. I do want to see us start investing again on offense... but taking the value choice is better than reaching for a need, always.




  13. #28

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Quote Originally Posted by landshark52 View Post
    I don't why you're considering us homers because we have all been praising Ozzie since almost everyone was skeptical about the Mosley pick. The only better value than Jernigan at that spot was Allen Robinson, but Jernigan is still good pick.
    From what I seen Ozzie could have picked Cinderella as a first pick , and people would have scratched their heads the said " well Ozzie must know what he's doing" I hope he proves me wrong with these picks but our offense was pathetic last year;he's doing the exact opposite of what he should be trying to accomplish.




  14. #29

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    For those who are curious about Jernigan's gametape:
    http://draftbreakdown.com/players/timmy-jernigan

    There's plenty of videos too, twice as many for him as there are for Mosely.




  15. #30

    Re: 48th Overall Pick: Tim Jernigan

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens Fan View Post
    Jernigan was BPA and fits a glaring need on our D line. Not sure why people are having problems with this one.
    WHAT GLARING NEED?!?!? We've got Brandon Williams, Kapron Lewis-Moore, DeAngelo Tyson, Chris Canty, oh yeah Haloti Ngata, Mount Cody is even still on the team.

    Wasn't "offensive playmaker" a glaring need?!




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