Paul Posluzny

Discussion in 'Jacksonville Jaguars' started by celticdb15, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. celticdb15

    celticdb15 Hall of Famer

    Jul 24, 2007
    990 career tackles, 12 sacks, 13 interceptions. Enough said he's been a beast when healthy during his career. Unfortunately he's had his fair share of injuries he's battled through. Still one of the most productive MLBs in the league!
  2. Upside

    Upside Mentor

    Dec 6, 2013
    It's funny this sudden love affair with Jag LB Telvin Smith. Everywhere you look, folks from sports media and DWFs are gushing about this guy, ready to anoint him the next great thing...
    Smith had a pretty decent season last year 128 tk, 2.5 sacks and an INT, but was still outperformed by Paul Posluszny.

    Here's what Posluszny did: 133 tk, 3 INT, and a sack.
    In fact, in the five seasons Poz spent with the Jags, he's recorded 625 tackles, 10 sacks, and 10 int., So it's not like Jacksonville fans have been starved for a playmaker on defense, Poz has been doing it for years; why hasn't anyone (aside from us) noticed? In steps Telvin Smith, he gets 100 tackles and a couple sacks and he's the toast of the town...
  3. FootballDad

    FootballDad Hall of Famer

    Oct 19, 2009
    Somewhere near Kansas City, MO
    The difference according to DWF's is that Smith made all of his tackles right at the line of scrimmage, all by himself, crushing the runner before he can gain a yard. Posluszny makes all of his tackles downfield after the runner has already gotten a first down, or he just jumps on a pile after all of the "real" athletes have made the tackle. Of course it might not look this way on film, but according to DWF's and the slobbering media, that's the way it is!
  4. Extra Point

    Extra Point Hall of Famer

    Oct 21, 2012
    White players are usually not given the credit they deserve by the anti-white mainstream media and they're often unfairly criticized.

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