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    Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    I think he's gotten up there to be in consideration as the defenses best player with Roquan. Every week, he's all over the damn field, should be all-pro...I don't know any safety playing at the level he's at right now. Incredible player.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    He is an absolute menace, he is a jack of all trades and a master of all of them. This dude will be a defensive player of the year candidate sometime in the next 3 years.


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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    He's everything Derwin James was supposed to be.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    It seemed like the announcing team came in with pre-set storyline that they wanted to pound on last night. They often have a few of those, and one of them was how versatile and devastating Hamilton has been this year.

    It was like Hamilton was sitting in on the production meetings, and they scripted him. "Hey Kyle, cover Keenan Allen one-on-one. Okay, now diagnose a play and shoot the gap for a TFL. Great, now can we get one of you pressuring the QB? Nice. Okay, next..."

    Kid was serving that game up on a platter. NBC owes him a big thank you note.
    "Chin up, chest out."





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    Quote Originally Posted by HotInHere View Post
    It seemed like the announcing team came in with pre-set storyline that they wanted to pound on last night. They often have a few of those, and one of them was how versatile and devastating Hamilton has been this year.

    It was like Hamilton was sitting in on the production meetings, and they scripted him. "Hey Kyle, cover Keenan Allen one-on-one. Okay, now diagnose a play and shoot the gap for a TFL. Great, now can we get one of you pressuring the QB? Nice. Okay, next..."

    Kid was serving that game up on a platter. NBC owes him a big thank you note.
    Reciprocity. Their coverage of him may have done more for his All Pro chances than his actual play.





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    If it comes down to a choice between Hamilton and Linderbaum about who gets the money, thatís going to be hard. Itís nice to hit on two first rounders, but keeping both will probably take some work if they keep playing like they are.





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Raven View Post
    If it comes down to a choice between Hamilton and Linderbaum about who gets the money, thatís going to be hard. Itís nice to hit on two first rounders, but keeping both will probably take some work if they keep playing like they are.
    Let Marcus Williams walk in a few years and pay Kyle Hamilton, and extend Lindy


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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Raven View Post
    If it comes down to a choice between Hamilton and Linderbaum about who gets the money, thatís going to be hard. Itís nice to hit on two first rounders, but keeping both will probably take some work if they keep playing like they are.
    They got another full year before they can start extension conversations and three full years before they are UFA, so, probably wouldn't worry about that yet. A lot can happen and our roster is going to look a lot different at that time.
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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Raven View Post
    If it comes down to a choice between Hamilton and Linderbaum about who gets the money, thatís going to be hard. Itís nice to hit on two first rounders, but keeping both will probably take some work if they keep playing like they are.
    Theyíll find a way to keep both of them. Lot of guys will be off the books come time to extend both of them. Remember we have the 5th year option too





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    All pro level play in year 2. Crazy some of the plays he makes





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    So glad he failed the combine Olympics and slipped to us





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    Re: Kyle Hamilton. Stud

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    I think he's gotten up there to be in consideration as the defenses best player with Roquan. Every week, he's all over the damn field, should be all-pro...I don't know any safety playing at the level he's at right now. Incredible player.
    You are correct. Last year prior to the draft I never thought they had a shot at drafting him.

    The kid has been fantastic, excellent pick. He is a smart instinctive player, who can play all over the field.

    I know its not (Ed Reed and CMAC) but this group of secondary players might be the best Unit the Ravens collectively the Ravens have had





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