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Darrius Guise
Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:43 pm
  • Will he be around at 18?
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Re: Darrius Guise
Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:48 pm
  • Should probably go in the Draft Forum. But I hope Derrius Guice is around at No. 18. He's a beast.

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Darrius Guise
Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:55 pm
  • He runs hard and angry.
    He can catch
    He can block
    He plays well against top competition
    Will he be around at 18?
    (The left guard and tackle for ND are skilled)
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Mon Jan 01, 2018 7:25 pm
  • Yes, please.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Tue Jan 02, 2018 11:43 am
  • Yes please


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Re: Darrius Guise
Tue Jan 02, 2018 8:31 pm
  • Love this kid and as I'm sure the Seahawks do as well as he has the story they love, he overcame some terrible breaks. I mean aside from his nastiness and ability of course.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Thu Apr 05, 2018 1:37 pm
  • Guice is getting compared to Marshawn. I like the Steven Jackson comparison. They share a similar running style. I could see Guice falling in the draft due to injury concerns, but then having a long, productive career.

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    A nuanced but violent runner with underrated athleticism. That's one sentence to describe both Lynch and Guice. Between the tackles, each back routinely finds and slips through tiny cracks then lowers the boom on a second or third-level defender. Beyond that, good luck with arm-tackle attempts when facing these two. Down the field, Guice and Lynch have great but not elite speed.

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Thu Apr 05, 2018 1:47 pm
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Re: Darrius Guise
Thu Apr 05, 2018 5:44 pm
  • Looks more like a Chris Warren Derrick, Fenner type runner, very upright runner. Has more lateral movement however then they did.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Fri Apr 06, 2018 10:37 am
  • I've seen him available at 18 in a lot of mock drafts .
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Re: Darrius Guise
Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:40 am
  • I would be happy if this happened.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:47 am
  • Hard pass. Jones II, Chubb and Michel are all much better backs.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Sun Apr 08, 2018 12:30 pm
  • I'm a big fan. Tough, tough runner with surprising speed, great vision and balance. The more I watch the more he shows he's the #2 RB in his class, IMO.

    If there was a stat showing how many defenders it takes to tackle him, he'd be far away the #1 RB. On any given play, there might be seven different defenders putting a hand on him before he's down. He makes the defense work.

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    LSU product Derrius Guice faced a stacked box on an otherworldly 73 percent of his carries, by far most in the class. It didn't matter. Guice destroyed extra defensive attention in his sample of 95 collegiate carries, shredding opposing defenses for 5.88 Yards Created per attempt (third-best in the class).

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Re: Darrius Guise
Fri Apr 13, 2018 4:52 am
  • We need a back capable of running through arm tackles in the backfield while our new staff works to break our linemen of learned bad habits and techniques.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:30 am
  • I’m watching him as a guest on good am football right now and he is impressive interview. He is way more polished speaker than Marshawn but does have that confidence and quirk to his personality. Certainly his own dude but in a very likable way. I would be very happy to add him to our team.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:59 am
  • I don't know what it is, but something about him bothers me. Might be his character, I worry about injury for him because he's not as thick as Marshawn and he'll likely try to emulate him instead of playing his own game.

    And I just don't see the power that Lynch had. Guice can make a hard hit, but so could Rawls. It's making that hard hit, then powering a group of tacklers forward that made Marshawn special. Just don't see that kind of power with Guice.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:04 pm
  • ivotuk wrote:I don't know what it is, but something about him bothers me. Might be his character, I worry about injury for him because he's not as thick as Marshawn and he'll likely try to emulate him instead of playing his own game.

    And I just don't see the power that Lynch had. Guice can make a hard hit, but so could Rawls. It's making that hard hit, then powering a group of tacklers forward that made Marshawn special. Just don't see that kind of power with Guice.



    Can you see any RB running straight up so they don't hit someone with a glancing blow with their helmet and gain yards?

    This is a issue that is going to either make things impossible or create a redefined rule of helmet contact. Lynch lowered his shoulder and leg drive and movement kept him going as with other power backs. stand up runners need holes and a good move.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:12 pm
  • The guy has got amber flags all over him.

    You just have to go through his social media to see it, it's all there.

    Guys a fool. Certainly doesn't respect women, that's for sure.
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Re: Darrius Guise
Thu Apr 19, 2018 11:18 am
  • original poster wrote:The guy has got amber flags all over him.

    You just have to go through his social media to see it, it's all there.

    Guys a fool. Certainly doesn't respect women, that's for sure.


    Guice has become my favorite player in this draft class. I am surprised to hear you say that he has character concerns. All I have heard about Guice is that he has a great personality. I just looked at his twitter and Instagram and I didn't see anything that indicated he is a fool and doesn't respect women. Can you show evidence of your claim?
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Re: Darrius Guise
Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:05 pm
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    ivotuk wrote:I don't know what it is, but something about him bothers me. Might be his character, I worry about injury for him because he's not as thick as Marshawn and he'll likely try to emulate him instead of playing his own game.

    And I just don't see the power that Lynch had. Guice can make a hard hit, but so could Rawls. It's making that hard hit, then powering a group of tacklers forward that made Marshawn special. Just don't see that kind of power with Guice.



    Can you see any RB running straight up so they don't hit someone with a glancing blow with their helmet and gain yards?

    This is a issue that is going to either make things impossible or create a redefined rule of helmet contact. Lynch lowered his shoulder and leg drive and movement kept him going as with other power backs. stand up runners need holes and a good move.


    That new rule is bullshit. I don't know how they can enforce that with a straight face. You can't change a football players methods and habits in less than one season by making a new rule! Idiots!

    That rule is going to result in unfair, game-changing penalties all across the league. Pure. BUllshit.
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