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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by janos_51 View Post
    I'm not a big fan of Briggs. I wouldn't mind sending him packing and help get up in better cap shape. There are a lot of FA LB's out there tha6t can do more than Briggs can at the same cost or maybe less.
    I agree. He can't call the D either.

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    Briggs was playing great before he got hurt.
    BEAR DOWN..................... AND WHILE YOU'RE DOWN THERE.....

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    No he wasn't. He was invisible. As he has been whenever he has been asked to rise up without #54 next to him.

    Overrated and Overpaid.
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    I'm with mouse on this one. Briggs was playing well early on. After he returned from injury, he was invisible. But he was good before that.
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    He was playing good, not great, but ultimately ending up not being the leader that he was asked to be. Returning that out of shape and refusing to stand up and being the voice of the defense is uncalled for considering how much he has always cried about wanting to be the man. I wouldn't be upset if we told him to take a hike.

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    He was all over the field prior to injury, not sure how it could be missed. Pretty sure he led the NFL in tackles even. He looked out of shape when he came back, especially the first game.
    BEAR DOWN..................... AND WHILE YOU'RE DOWN THERE.....

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    Briggs is very good at the LOS, average downfield, IMHO.
    Slightly better Jay, different day

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