I can't even tell what you're trying to say here outside of the last sentence. And no he wouldn't be getting paid too much as a situational pass-rusher.There's too many ways to play the 3-4 while keeping Riley, Fletcher, Kerrigan, Orakpo, and Jackson on the field all at the same time. If anyone can stay fresh its Jackson. He's awesome but Orakpo would be getting paid way too much.
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Furthermore, I think you're underestimating just how often teams run nickel packages as the NFL continues to trend towards multiple receiver sets.
I vision Rak in a smilar role to what Aldon Smith played his rookie year, when he got 14 sacks and to FF.
Orakpo can't defend the pass or run anywhere near as well as Jackson can. But Orakpo is a playmaker rushing the passer.
I love Rak. I love me some Rob Jackson. They complement each other well. I hope we can keep both.
This is my opinion only, and it has nothing to do with whether Rak is better, or vice versa, but Rob Jackson is absolutely the prototype of the kind of player that brings me the most satisfaction in terms of watching him succeed. Drafted late, cut, made practice squad, cut...kept putting in work...and boom, now he's an instrumental piece in our climb back to the top of the NFC Beast. He has earned his paycheck, and I couldn't be happier for him. I'm stoked to watch him continue to grow and excel, and hopefully it will be in the B&G. Free Rob Jackson!
everyone needs to stop with the get rid of one or the other talk. Fletch ain't going to be around forever. I can see Jackson playing pretty well as an ILB especially the way he has been in coverage. My only concern (and he has improved on this) is him being consistent in run support
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The Hands Will Come
I suppose the setup would be:
Pass Rushing downs:
The problem with this is that we've really gone away from the concept of a "pass rushing down" except in obvious situations, and the increased use of no-huddle means that it'll be harder to switch packages in and out.
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