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@ThomasGower @prowatcher"My evaluation of him comes from what I saw in San Diego last year and in Tampa the couple seasons before that".
Try this http://httr24-7.com/blog/free-agent-safety-corey-lynch/. Not my work, but I will use it to help make my point. In your evaluation, how much film do you watch? I hope the careers of writers hang on the work of players, as do the career of players hang on the opinion of fans. Before you bash Pollard, Griffin or even Lynch, you should do a complete evaluation. Not an off the cuff comment. If Griffin was to listen to you he may as well turn his cleats right now. I would hope that he plays better with each play ( Good game against Bengals) and lead us to a playoff appearance.
1 year, 7 months ago on 2013 Tennessee Titans preseason positional analysis: S
I love it when I get a chance like this to prove a "know it all" wrong. After the Bengals game, it is easy for you to jump on the "bash the secondary" band wagon. I am not gong to defend all of the players that you bashed, because I did not critique all their play last year. But with the recent Titans pick up of Lynch. I did some deep investigation. You are completely wrong on Corey Lynch. First, he is a far more complete FS than he is a strong. His in the box play is acceptable ( 29 TT / 4 STF in games after Bigbys injury) Second, his deep ball coverage is as good as most FS in the league, ( 15 PDs and 5 INT in 12 career starts) I could not find one play that he was beat deep ( !!!FS). Third, When given a chance to start and get settled in with the rest of the team, his stats prove him better then most. Which proves you completely wrong. I would suggest you watch film before you flap you gums. Good thing they didn't listen to you on this one.
PS. If you want, I will give you some pointers on watching watch film. NFL rewind is and amazing tool, use it.
I'm an old App st fan so I'm familiar with Lynch. At App they called him Superman. Because he looked so unlike a hero until he put on his uniform. Chargers gave him a chance and he proved to be remarkable capable Word on the street is the Chiefs offered him a base 1 year deal with no incentives. Lynch turned them down waiting on the Chargers. I agree the team did what was neded on offense. But has dropped the ball In the secondary. I am really worried about our coverage ability. Eric better be Superman this year!
1 year, 8 months ago on Chargers Player Changes By Position: Secondary
I'm not a expert, but how can a coach go into a season with a secondary that is as shaky as this: A non starting corner back moves to a starting safety with non starting (injured) safety as his backup. Wow . We had Lynch who had 5 amazing games at the end of the season after Bigby's injury. (33 TT, 4 PBUs, 2 INTs4 STF) .That would be pro-bowl numbers if he did that for a whole season. And we let him go. for what? I don't see anything better on the roster.