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Old 02-13-2013, 04:29 PM   #21
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Default Re: Harris: Cheaper to keep Steelers’ Harrison

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Worlds can't carry James jock let alone take his LB spot.
I don't think we can instantly say he's the next James Harrison, but Worilds was third on the team in sacks (only one behind timmons and harrison) last year with VERY limited playing time. I'm not sure how that can be seen as anything but a great year leading to a starting role.

My dream is to get Jarvis Jones in the draft to match with Worilds, and we have two young dominant outside linebackers for years to come, with Woodley sticking around through the transition period.
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Old 02-13-2013, 04:43 PM   #22
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Before we pencil in Worilds as Harrison's replacement production wise, we need to see a bigger body of work.
No doubt he showed improvement and make some splash plays. Physically he's got it.
But in a limited role.
Let's see him do it consistently as a starter.
As much as I love Deebo, it's too much to spend on him now.
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Old 02-13-2013, 05:40 PM   #23
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Goddell would literally shyt his pants if that happened.

How would he fine his poster boys of "dirty" play if they are on his favorite team?
You ever seen one of thos logic-machines self-destruct? That is what Goodell's head would look like... akin to that scene in "Scanners."

Gotta fine Harrison... but, he's a Taperiot... gotte fine Harrison... but, i love Tom Brady... gotta fine Harrison... but, Bill Belichick paid me off... aaaargh... KABLOOOWEY!!!
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Before we pencil in Worilds as Harrison's replacement production wise, we need to see a bigger body of work.
No doubt he showed improvement and make some splash plays. Physically he's got it.
But in a limited role.
Let's see him do it consistently as a starter.
As much as I love Deebo, it's too much to spend on him now.
I love Worilds and I hope he gets more of a chance this year. I am not saying he is a James Harrison but he can be a very good linebacker for us.
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I love Worilds and I hope he gets more of a chance this year. I am not saying he is a James Harrison but he can be a very good linebacker for us.
Totally agree. He has to be given the chance to show what he can so. His wrist will be fully healthy this year. It will be interesting to read to reports from training camp on him.
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I love Worilds and I hope he gets more of a chance this year. I am not saying he is a James Harrison but he can be a very good linebacker for us.
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