Ninkovich props

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    Ninkovich props

    Well done sir.  All the heat you took here, not big enough, can't set the edge, can't cover...  I'm glad your back and as far as team MVP you should be on the list.  As weak as we are at OLB you sure have helped.  Nice pick btw. 

     
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    Well said.

     
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    Always had high hopes for Nink.

     

    But late last season and early this season he was looking more like a Ninkcompoop. I am very gratified that he has become a big play guy. What were flashes of that in his prior years have become a staple in more recent history.

     
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    Well done sir.  All the heat you took here, not big enough, can't set the edge, can't cover...  I'm glad your back and as far as team MVP you should be on the list.  As weak as we are at OLB you sure have helped.  Nice pick btw. 

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    Not sure that I agree we're weak at OLB...not taking anything away from Nincovich. who more and more is beginning to remind me of Vrabel...

     
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    Well done sir.  All the heat you took here, not big enough, can't set the edge, can't cover...  I'm glad your back and as far as team MVP you should be on the list.  As weak as we are at OLB you sure have helped.  Nice pick btw. 

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    Not sure that I agree we're weak at OLB...not taking anything away from Nincovich. who more and more is beginning to remind me of Vrabel...

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    Well jones is limping, looks like Cunningham is on the line, the depth chart is pretty cloudy.  

     
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    Nink had solid game, but for me, Vereen gets game ball for the game

     
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    Well done sir.  All the heat you took here, not big enough, can't set the edge, can't cover...  I'm glad your back and as far as team MVP you should be on the list.  As weak as we are at OLB you sure have helped.  Nice pick btw. 

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    Not sure that I agree we're weak at OLB...not taking anything away from Nincovich. who more and more is beginning to remind me of Vrabel...

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    Well jones is limping, looks like Cunningham is on the line, the depth chart is pretty cloudy.  

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    we have pretty good depth and If I'm not mistaken Jones and Cunninham play DE in our 4-3 base..Mayo is an every down player with Hightower and Nincovich alternating at the OLB Based on down and distance. 

     
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    Nice clutch INT...

     

    But he still only had one pressure. =p

     
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    Well done sir.  All the heat you took here, not big enough, can't set the edge, can't cover...  I'm glad your back and as far as team MVP you should be on the list.  As weak as we are at OLB you sure have helped.  Nice pick btw. 

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    Not sure that I agree we're weak at OLB...not taking anything away from Nincovich. who more and more is beginning to remind me of Vrabel...

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    Well jones is limping, looks like Cunningham is on the line, the depth chart is pretty cloudy.  

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    we have pretty good depth and If I'm not mistaken Jones and Cunninham play DE in our 4-3 base..Mayo is an every down player with Hightower and Nincovich alternating at the OLB Based on down and distance. 

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    I won't argue that, I feel mayo and Hightower are more linebackers vs OLB's.  good points

     
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    Nink just keeps getting better and better.  He's a system guy....I bet BB wish he had 10 more of him. 

     
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    Francis replaced Jones. Not sure they used Cunningham much.  I can't wait to rewatch the Nink interception. I was surprised to see him in the middle of the field on that play. Did he drop into coverage from the DE position?

     

     
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    Francis replaced Jones. Not sure they used Cunningham much.  I can't wait to rewatch the Nink interception. I was surprised to see him in the middle of the field on that play. Did he drop into coverage from the DE position?

     

     
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    The new #50 is making big plays like Vrable used to.  Nink made arguably two of the most important plays last night with the INT and recovering the on-sides kick.  Both killed the Texans' momentum.  Hope he can make a few more before all is said and done. 

     
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    He was standing upright in the A gap and dropped into coverage when the ball was snapped. QB never saw him.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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