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Jarvis Green is a STUD. Seymour, take your time coming back buddy

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  1. maverick4

    maverick4 Banned

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    Jarvis Green isn't just an amazing sack machine, he is also stout against the run. This guy is probably in the upper half of starting D-linemen in this league, I can't believe he is a backup on this team. He is also a great bargain salary-wise.

    Also, totally random, but much respect to Pennington for trying to get off the field multiple times after he got hurt.
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    Jarvis Green

    3 sacks today.

    Rest up that knee Rich....

    It's all good!!!!;)
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    Re: Jarvis Green

    Studliness defined.
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    Re: Jarvis Green

    I don't know............ He is a back up and all :rolleyes:
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    Re: Jarvis Green

    I've always supported Jarvis and love the role he plays on this team. But we'll be missing Seymour when we face a good rushing team. He's just not near Seymour's ability in run coverage. We'll see next week though I guess
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    Re: Jarvis Green

    Jarvis was a monster today, the Jets oline had no answer for our big 3.
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    Re: Jarvis Green

    The Chargers O-line have their hands full today with the Bears D-line. Hopefully, next week it will be a repeat.
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    Re: Jarvis Green

    hopefully next week Wright will be available

    what a game--Seau and KBrady were tremndous--what a physical team
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    Re: Jarvis Green

    And overpaid at that. :rocker:
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    Jarvis Green today: 2 sacks, 6 tackles.
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    he is a greay backup and would probably start full time on another team
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    Not just start, in my opinion, but star.
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    calm down now, the jets offensive line could make anybody look as good as jarvis was today
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    this is very true, but jarvis has shown it in limited time before. he has a bunch more games to prove he's legit full time.
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    I'd rather have a healthy Seymour back, but Green ain't a bad replacement.
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    Re: Jarvis Green


    Who do we have to play Tommy Harris' role - diving at the QB from his stance
    on a cadence?
    Very disruptive!
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    Seymour is far far better than Jarvis.
    But no complaints today he earned his paycheck.:D
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    Bingo. And they're not the same type of player either. Seymour is 6'6" and over 300 lbs. Green is more a traditional DE pass rusher with versatility.

    Green is not just a backup, he is a situational player who got 7.5 sacks last year.

    Warren and Wilfork have improved and Green gives us a devastating rotation, but there's no reason to dog Seymour.

    He played last season with a bad ankle, a knee that needed surgery and a hyper extended elbow that required him to wear a piece of furniture on his arm.

    I will agree that some team, especially a 4-3 team, might want to go after Jarvis, which is why we gave him a contract deemed to large for a backup by many here.

    He's not a backup. He is, along with Sey, Wilfork and Warren, part of the most devastating DL rotation of the 21st century.
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    This thread is trash, Seymour is too good a player to mention it a good contribution to the team that he sit on the bench for jarvis who is a good player. Green are the type of players you hope will be there for an injury but some just can't have it like that.
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    I want as many good players available as possible. I don't want any good player taking thier time coming back.
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    Exactly! :eat3:
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    I like Jarvis and think hes as good a pass rusher as Seymour but I really wish we had big Sey (and Harrison) next week vs SD. We'll have to play a complete team effort defensively with them out. Rivers looked very sharp today vs the Bears (got killed with 4-5 drops) so we'll need all we can get on D vs them.
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    I want Seymour back ASAP. However, in the meantime, I am very glad that we have Seymour, Wright, and for that matter Smith.
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    Re: Jarvis Green is a STUD.

    Someone needs to point out that Sanders did a fine job standing in as well.
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    OK - talk of not needing Seymour is getting a little silly.

    Jarvis as we all know could start on most any other team... combine this with playing alongside Wilfork and Warren and there's no need for real concern in Seymour's absence

    But no offense to Jarvis, Seymour's on a completely different level. I want him back, healthy for the playoffs - and a few tuneup games before hand.
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    Umm, wait a minute... is it not possible for a backup to come in and play better than the guy he replaced, not matter how mythically studly the starter was?
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    We didn't exactly know what Brady was capable of until he got the chance. We know what both seymour and jarvis are and what they offer.

    Two completely different situations there. Jarvis is not and will not be any time soon better than nor more valuable than Seymour to this team. But he performs great in his role in this system and he's an asset to the d-line.
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    He did looked good today. He is quick to the ball.
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    It's not entirely silly. Green does nothing other than produce. He disrupts, he sacks, he's clutch. The fact is that we DON'T need Seymour. The fact that we do is a blessing. Jarvis is a star, and he has been for at least three years. He makes plays. Seymour may be the best DL in the league, but the fact that results miss nary a beat whilst he's gone, is proof to this. Jarvis Green has surprassed Willie G in timely excellence. I really don't understand why he hasn't garnered more Schaub-like league-wide appreciation.
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