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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJoeFlaccoShow View Post
    I have to say when I saw "KO" (as I guess we are calling him) for the first time I was like holy shit. Was watching NFLN and they showed tape of him running the 40 and I was shocked to see how put together he was at 335lbs. There wasn't an ounce of fat shaking on him as he ran, he was solid as a rock.

    Grizzly bear with pads is a very good description!! Dude is a fcking house.
    Word.

    KO is just a BIG dude.
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    Lol we all know that the firemenship ravens are shit and they always will be till they die. I will keep bashing them till they lay to rest, before they finaly give up




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    And a badge over here fur the firemenship for the shep of foirement for ,menmt you dont know for the firemnship ravens fucking suck balls and always will and have no talent whol ev er liofnfhngftgfbvwrbgtrgbergbnegtrbwgtrbwrtgetrsc fuck all you reatards on here who they are col




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    Very excited for this draft class. Upshaw and KO are going to have big impacts on the team this year.




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    And a badge over here fur the firemenship for the shep of foirement for ,menmt you dont know for the firemnship ravens fucking suck balls and always will and have no talent whol ev er liofnfhngftgfbvwrbgtrgbergbnegtrbwgtrbwrtgetrsc fuck all you reatards on here who they are col
    Did you just have an aneurism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    And a badge over here fur the firemenship for the shep of foirement for ,menmt you dont know for the firemnship ravens fucking suck balls and always will and have no talent whol ev er liofnfhngftgfbvwrbgtrgbergbnegtrbwgtrbwrtgetrsc fuck all you reatards on here who they are col
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    I think upshaw can develop into a speed rusher as well but that will take a season or two. He has the speed to do so and strength to be a bull rusher. Suggs is a speed rusher so for the time he is out it will look a little different with upshaw as a bull rusher but like I said he can develop and learn moves to be a speed rusher as well.

    As for Streeter the sky is the limit for him. If he can work on his route running he will be a complete steal. I remember reading he was working with Mason on route running. He is super fast but just needs to work on quickness and that can be taught. Speed cannot be taught

    KO will be starting at LG and Jah Reid can compete with Oher for the RT spot

    Geno does need to bulk up but he has time as we dont need him till next year to step in for Birk.




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    BTW- According to the Ravens website the sunday rookie camp is open to media.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    Did you just have an aneurism?

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    It looks like someone may have left their speech-to-text doo-dad on!

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    "It’s easy to see why Eric DeCosta called Courtney Upshaw a “junkyard dog.”

    Hope he's right, but that phrase reminds me of what a Cleveland Browns GM once said about his 1987 1st round draft pick (Mike Junkin LB from Duke). The guy was a huge bust... Bc




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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJoeFlaccoShow View Post
    I have to say when I saw "KO" (as I guess we are calling him) for the first time I was like holy shit. Was watching NFLN and they showed tape of him running the 40 and I was shocked to see how put together he was at 335lbs. There wasn't an ounce of fat shaking on him as he ran, he was solid as a rock.
    Grizzly bear with pads is a very good description!! Dude is a fcking house.
    Thanx TJFS. I've posted this before... I see KO starting @ LG in 2012, then sliding over to LT in 2013. I don't give a hoot what the "experts" say (he's better suited to RT). McKinnie will almost surely be gone, and Oher is either a FA or a year from it. 2013 = KO - ? - Gradkowski - Yanda - Oher or Reid... Bc




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    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Thanx TJFS. I've posted this before... I see KO starting @ LG in 2012, then sliding over to LT in 2013. I don't give a hoot what the "experts" say (he's better suited to RT). McKinnie will almost surely be gone, and Oher is either a FA or a year from it. 2013 = KO - ? - Gradkowski - Yanda - Oher or Reid... Bc
    KO at LT? That would be great, BUT . . . I have not seen KO play, but everything I've read about him is "phone booth," "slow footed," "can not play on an island," etc, etc. What have I missed?




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    Quote Originally Posted by houstonravensfan View Post
    KO at LT? That would be great, BUT . . . I have not seen KO play, but everything I've read about him is "phone booth," "slow footed," "can not play on an island," etc, etc. What have I missed?
    He played LT his senior year @ Iowa State. I guess our experts, who've never been wrong, have already labeled him. I see GG learning from Birk, and OK doing the same with McKinnie. Unless people would be happy moving Oher back to LT or drafting a rookie to man the post in 2013 (?) KO actually has experience, is certainly big enough, and IMO should be groomed for the position... Bc




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    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    He played LT his senior year @ Iowa State. I guess our experts, who've never been wrong, have already labeled him. I see GG learning from Birk, and OK doing the same with McKinnie. Unless people would be happy moving Oher back to LT or drafting a rookie to man the post in 2013 (?) KO actually has experience, is certainly big enough, and IMO should be groomed for the position... Bc
    KO doesn't have the quickness that Oher has nor the athleticism, but he is built like a LT and you can't coach that.

    I'm with you Bc. I wouldn't be surprised at all to see the coaching staff give KO a legitimate shot at winning the LT gig next off-season.
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