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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Brew City, Jul 29, 2017.
this thread is aging beautifully
Adoree on offense was very exciting
One thing I really like about Adoree is that even though he's a small CB, he's very willing to tackle. Now, because of his lack of size and strength, he isn't a great tackler, but he tries in every instance no matter how big the ball carrier is. This is more than most CB's his size can say. So even when he's unable to bring the ball carrier down, he's slowing them and allowing others to finish the tackle. He doesn't shy away from tackling at all.
It was the same way at USC
Good tackler on film
He's a form tackler. He rarely launches himself into guys, just uses good technique by wrapping them up in the legs to stop them in their tracks.
Adoree has accomplished a milestone. He started the season out with a horrible PFF grade, but it has nearly doubled since. He is now "average", which is quite good for such a raw player who was in a big hole earlier in the year, and his grade is around where McCourty was a year ago (Ryan has an above average grade, and Sims slightly below average).
This is all just for fun. A CB can simply get a good grade just because the opposing team picks on another CB. But if our young top 3 CBs combine for an average grade, as depressing as it sounds, it is huge progress. They were right at the bottom last year, as I recall
This is one of those threads were you come back, apologize, and admit how wrong you were and hope that it dies.
These are the best threads, cant let it die.
Gonna bump this bad boy for years
Made the PFF midseason all pro team
Kick/Punt Returner: Adoree’ Jackson, Tennessee Titans
Jackson might not have found the endzone yet, but he has been consistently impressive on both punt and kick returns. Despite having a long of 46 yards, he has still managed to average 10.6 yards per return on his 16 punt returns.
Adoree got him back on the endzone of the Ravens game lol