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    Great news. I thought Kemo was a long shot to even make the team considering his age and injuries. This is a real nice surprise.
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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    I agree now, The 2nd team usually gets more reps than the 1st team in Camp and they want to give those reps to Cody and move him around in various packages such as 3-4 DT NT and 4-3 DE/DT




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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Great news. I thought Kemo was a long shot to even make the team considering his age and injuries. This is a real nice surprise.
    Agreed!!
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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    Quote Originally Posted by flraven View Post
    Cody is not in the doghouse! Like others have posted and pointed out in Tony's article, the Ravens just want Cody to get more reps AND that Kemo is doing well. It will be great to have them rotating in and out to get fresh linemen in there.
    If anyone noticed Cody was playing with the 2nd team defense against ATL as the 3 tech DE. People forget that Cody despite the girth is a tremendous athlete who played FB on the goal line offense at Alabama.

    He's going to play a big role this year.
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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    Ngata
    Cody
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    This is just nasty.




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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    I had a feeling that Kemoeatu could lock down a spot, once I saw how focused he was on getting back into shape.

    However, if offensive linemen can't move Cody, Harbaugh sure can't move him out of a starting spot. I mean, seriously, NOBODY CAN MOVE THIS MAN. In practice, in the preseason game, every time I've seen him this off-season, he has been immovable.
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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    I had a feeling that Kemoeatu could lock down a spot, once I saw how focused he was on getting back into shape.

    However, if offensive linemen can't move Cody, Harbaugh sure can't move him out of a starting spot. I mean, seriously, NOBODY CAN MOVE THIS MAN. In practice, in the preseason game, every time I've seen him this off-season, he has been immovable.
    This is what I thought when he played in the Atlanta game too. Terrence clearly packed on a lot of muscle mass, and reduced fat this offseason, he can easily become a new leader on this defense eating up blockers and stuffing the run at nose guard, it all starts through him on this wrecking crew.




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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    I'm having trouble believing Harbaugh has no problem suggesting Cody could be supplanted as a starter yet continues to speak up for Cundiff on every turn.




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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    IF ANYONE on the team is worthy of even being considered Cody's equal we have a wonderful problem. It's all good.




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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    There are more than enough snaps to go around. The DL goes deep into its depth every game, and they'll need Cody (starting) and Kemo to be ready on every down.




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    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    And we need to find ways to get Haloti some rest.
    IIRC there were games last year that he got a huge amount of snaps. No arguement as to his greatness, but if he is fresher in the 4Q, we have a better chance of seeing his game changing ability.

    What this has to do with Cody is that if he can move along the line that is going to add even more problems to the O. Can you picture him locking up the LT and stopping a line slide to pick up a blitzing LB coming off the edge?
    The keys to getting this complication active is Cody learning and being able to (in his own way) contribute in another spot, and having a plug for the spot he shifts out of... which it is sounding like Kemo can hold the fort nicely.
    Cody is the starter no questions there, be interesting to see if he lines up differently at times in the next game.
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  12. #27

    Re: Kemo vs Cody for a starter

    Quote Originally Posted by cealex1223 View Post
    There are more than enough snaps to go around. The DL goes deep into its depth every game, and they'll need Cody (starting) and Kemo to be ready on every down.


    It's not like either of these guys could last all game long... especially in an AFCN contest. I don't care who the starter is really, they will probably do a 60/40 or somesuch split anyways.




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