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Film Breakdown: Jonathan Bullard, Strong First Impression

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  • Good post Dome. I love these breakdown clips.
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  • If he continues to play like that (and hopefully progresses ), Bullard could be a major boost to the DL rotation.
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  • Draft profile for when he came out compared him to Michael Bennett and said he scored very high SPARQ when Seattle tested him.
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  • Looks like a guy with promise.
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  • See, like many have said...no hope for the D!!! Wait...umm...hmm...nevermind.
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  • Interesting analysis! Bullard looks like a good acquisition.
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  • Grahamhawker wrote:If he continues to play like that (and hopefully progresses ), Bullard could be a major boost to the DL rotation.


    :ditto:
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  • It's been said before, but his lack of production up until now has been because he was playing in a 3 - 4 defense.

    4 - 3 is where he'll make his mark.

    Can you imagine if Bruce Smith of the Bills had played in a 4 - 3 defense? A 3 - 4 DE doesn't get that much opportunity to collect sacks. A Football Life, Bruce Smith is a must watch if you get a chance. 6' 4" 265#

    19 years, 200 Sacks. https://www.nfl.com/players/bruce-smith/stats/


    Jonathan Bullard:

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/_/id/29 ... an-bullard


    Jonathan Bullard's disruption from both inside and on the edge makes him one of the best defensive linemen in the 2016 NFL Draft. He's quicker than guards, smoother and stronger than most tackles, and will without a doubt be off the boards quickly.




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    Jonathan Bullard Sr DT UF vs. UM 2015 Highlights

    6'3" 285 lb. 2015: 14 GP 66 Tkl 17.5 TFL 6.5 Sacks 2 PBU

    Combine: 4.93 40 Yd 23 BP Reps 32" VJ 9'8" Broad


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  • Bullard and Moore both did a fantastic job for us in that last game.

    It won't be enough to make our defense average, since that is likely an issue with the DC, but every little bit helps.

    Excited to see their effective play continue.
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  • Nice breakdown.

    As the video said, they would have to make room on the roster to keep him once Rasheem Green comes back. Hopefully they can find a spot for him
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  • Jerhawk wrote:Nice breakdown.

    As the video said, they would have to make room on the roster to keep him once Rasheem Green comes back. Hopefully they can find a spot for him


    Considering the need it seems likely they will find a way to keep him on the roster.
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  • That game probably guaranteed a roster spot even after Rasheem returns. Pretty impressive. I wonder who gets nixed.
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  • Jerhawk wrote:Nice breakdown.

    As the video said, they would have to make room on the roster to keep him once Rasheem Green comes back. Hopefully they can find a spot for him


    Yeah, I chuckled when they said, "The Problem Is" (Rasheem Green coming back). My first thought was, "YES, A ROTATION!! Of NFL-Level D-Linemen!" What a great PROBLEM to have!!

    If he plays like that, Bullard will be earning a lot of snaps this year. A Cards castoff; maybe shows how deep the Cards are there, and how badly we need help.
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