Easley was a beast

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    On the brighter side of things, Easley was a monster in that game. Drew several holding penalties, constantly caving the pocket and creating pressure. I feel bad for him and the defense that worked their tails off were let down by the offense.
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    Had to go back 3 pages to find this thread, but wanted to give Easley some well deserved props. That was one of the most dominating performances I've seen in a while. If he wasn't being held, he was blowing up almost every play.
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    Easley, hargreaves, Dunbar all played very well
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    He was the best player on the field yesterday.
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    Good thread. He was a beast yesterday.
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    I liked how Dominique told the Miami team in great detail what he was gonna do to them in the second half.

    Then came out there and did it. :grin:
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    Watched all of the South Carolina game for the second week in a row and have come to the conclusion....

    I wouldn't trade Easley, Fowler, or Powell for JaDaveon Clowny!

    He may be a beast physically, but the plays he impacted I can count on one hand. Easily blocked one on one by the UGA tackle.

    Easley was disrupting almost every single play!
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    Easley was being held on MOST plays. That was the only way to slow him down...just they didn't get called or caught on it many times.

    They had no other option but to hold him. He was eating them alive at the LOS.
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    Patton also
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    I thought his name was Dominate Easily.
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    ^^ he has dominated his man in both games. He looks like a Glenn Dorsey type out there wreaking havoc.
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    Easley is a good example of the fact that no one will complain about a player's lack of discipline, penalties, or excessive trash talking when said player makes enough plays.
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    I don't really care about trash talking. The penalties are an issue but home run hitters strike out every once in a while, too ya know? What is lack of discipline other than penalties?

    He's the mvp of the team so far, imo

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