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Brian Burns [url=]Shawn Lauvao Jersey[/url] , EDGESchool: Florida State | Conference: ACCCollege Experience: Junior | Age: 20Height / Weight: 6-5 / 235 lbsProjected Draft Status: 1st RoundNFL Comparison: Leonard Floyd College StatisticsPlayer OverviewBrian Burns was a 4-star recruit who was pursued far and wide for his talents back in 2015. Burns had offers from just about every top program in Florida as well as offers from Clemson, Auburn, Michigan, and Georgia among others. Burns decided to get out of south Florida (he is from Plantation) and go north to Tallahassee to play for Florida State. Burns joined a Florida State program that at the time seemed like it was going to go back to its powerhouse roots. Burns got off to a hot start as a freshman and posted some impressive numbers as he laid the blueprint for himself and his rise to become a star in college football. Then things started to go south for Florida State. Jimbo Fisher and team started losing in 2017 and Burns has his worst year statistically. Fisher abruptly left the program after that year and went to coach at Texas A&M and Burns and his team were left to play for new coach Willie Taggart in 2018. It was one of the worst years in recent history for Florida State but Burns shined on a bad team. He set career highs statistically this past season and with Florida State in need of a serious rebuild and far from a contender Burns decided to leave for the NFL early. Burns is one of the top prospects at his position in this draft and should be a feature pass rusher in the NFL for years.StrengthsElite level quickness, burst, and athleticism. Good length. Can expose OL with his quick twitch going outside or inside. Has quick closing burst to be a problem in the backfield. Has the flexibility and athleticism to collapse the pocket.Has good instincts and awareness and knows how to diagnose plays. Keeps lineman at arms length when playing the run and can disengage and make plays to wrap up. Moves well laterally and takes good pursuit angles. Has experience playing from a 2, 3, and 4 point stance on the weak side and effective in all stances. Strong at the point of attack and technically sound with his hands. He’s active and is always looking for the ball. Has several pass rush moves already and usually has a plan to get to into the backfield. Decent technique as a tackler.WeaknessesThere are some concerns about his functional strength. Lineman with good balance and punch can push him back and neutralize him. Flexibility isnt as good as other prospects in the class if he learns to turn the corner tighter he probably would have had at least 5 more sacks this season. Consistency can be an issue as he doesn’t always string his moves together and can be hesitant when the play doesn’t come to his side. Not much experience dropping back into coverage. Let’s see his work:More Brian Burns videosHow He Would Fit On The RedskinsBurns is consistently being mocked within the top 15 so far this offseason. If Burns confirms the eye test with his testing this offseason I would hope the Redskins would be considering him if he fell to 15. It goes without saying that Burns will likely be one of the best athletic talents in this draft as as a weakside linebacker with elite traits he’s an easy replacement for Preston Smith should the Redskins let Smith walk this offseason. I think Burns can stand to gain a few pounds and definitely get stronger at the point of attack so he can improve his consistency as a rusher but he has nearly all the tools to be dominant off the edge. His speed, initial quickness, and burst is something the Redskins haven’t had at the position at a long time. He’s a playmaker than can get to the QB disrupt the run and cause turnovers. The big knock I have on Burns is his lack of experience working in coverage. Common sense says you let him rush the passer as much as you can but in the Redskins defense they like the OLBs to cover tight ends, running backs, and sometimes even slot receivers. This is not a strength of Burns and he’s likely to be exploited in this area even with his athletic profile. Burns can become one of the best pass rushers in the league quickly if he’s used the right way. Would the Redskins be one of those teams? In an effort to bring back an old post I loved doing [url=]Deshazor Everett Jersey[/url] , here are ten quick thoughts this morning, and I will attempt to get the pulse of the room tonight on The Audible on at least some of these. No sense belaboring the many ways I was WRONG in terms of...ahem...the keys to victory last night. I’ll try and keep it moving quick today. Before I begin, let’s just state the obvious: what happened to the Redskins defense last night on national television would have happened to most of the teams in the NFL. Drew Brees did what Drew Brees does. What the Redskins offense did, however, is another story.Congratulations, Drew Brees. Seriously. Being the all-time passing leader is awesome, and the dude is a first-class superstar. I have zero ill will towards the man who repeated something to his sons in a nationally televised moment that he tells them every night at bedtime. It’s not Drew’s fault that, armed with the video of this moment, ESPN would do everything but auto-tune it into a viral meme.I look forward to the announcement that Joe Tessitore and Jason Witten will no longer be in the Monday Night Football booth after this season. I think they are a weak duo to begin with, and while I can see Booger McFarland staying on the field with whomever ends up in the booth, Joe and Jason are so terrible that I watched portions of the game in silence last night. Sure, the Redskins performance did not help [url=]Cheap Preston Smith Jersey[/url] , but come on...this is a weak offering from the higher-ups at ABC/ESPN. Witten is a classic “good guy” that “did it the right way” on the field, but there is just no magic in that booth. In case you think I am just cranky after a loss or just being anti-Dallas, I will restate my support for Tony Romo as a TV analyst.As a Redskins fan, I know exactly what terrible announcing sounds like. For years, when they announced the schedule for gamecalls, we would routinely see the newbies get assigned to call Washington contests (as well as the unfireable lifetime appointees like Dick Stockton). Monday Night Football should not sound like a Washington Redskins vs. Cleveland Browns game from 2008, nor should it sound like an audition tape. And I thought this before......Joe Tessitore got all “Brent Musberger on Katherine Webb” last night. I mean, I get it—you hit the lottery by getting to call the game where the NFL’s new passing king gets crowned. Good for you. But Joe...please give your gamecall another listen. It went well beyond the kind of gushing that regularly—and acceptably—occurs in television booths all the time. Anyone sitting in the sections in front of Tessitore and Witten likely had to don rain gear to deal with the gushing coming out of that booth last night. Joe must have repeated the line Brees said to his kids a half dozen times or more.Once Brees was sitting firmly on 499 touchdown passes, ESPN was no longer able to film Tessitore from the waist down. It was too much, and I LIVE for record-setting moments like that.I have always been, and continue to be, a supporter of Josh Norman [url=]Cheap Ryan Kerrigan Jersey[/url] , but I just don’t understand his actions over the last 24 hours. The Redskins secondary got torched, and he is talking trash to Michael Thomas?!? Initially, I had that Homer Simpson “let’s see where this is going” kind of thought, but it soon became apparent that my man was getting beaten by wide receivers well after the final whistle. It wasn’t a good look, and maybe the best thing I can say about it is that it was a head-scratcher.Alex Smith missed wide open receivers and Jay Gruden again had the look of a coach unable to find a play-calling rhythm with his offensive personnel. I was immediately transported back in time to the Indianapolis Colts loss as I watched our offense sputter. This makes two games where we looked like world-beaters and two games where we looked like the football version of the television booth duo of Joe Tessitore and Jason Witten (not a compliment if you read the previous points). No, I don’t think Gruden is getting fired. No, I don’t want Gruden to get fired. I have not yet pulled the protective covering from the panic button on the 2018 season, but...ummmm...and I say this with a genuine curiousity, “How do you survive and succeed in the pass-happiest era of professional football EVER with wide receivers you are literally signing off the street?” I get the irony of running low on wide receivers with a quarterback that has historically not thrown excessively to wide receivers, but my appreciation of the humor there has just about run its course. Alex needs to get on the same page with the guys on the outside as soon as possible, or this season is going to be lost. All of the negativity associated with losing in the NFL is hitting us hard today, but there is still a fundamental truth to the 2018 season that Redskins fans need to remember: the path to the playoffs runs through our division. The Redskins [url=]Cheap Jordan Reed Jersey[/url] , at 2-2, are in sole possession of first place and have two of the next three games against divisional opponents who aren’t defending Super Bowl champions. Carolina needed a record kick from none other than Graham Gano to sneak past the New York Giants, so if anyone out there thinks the Redskins can’t hang with the Panthers, they are just stuck in that “I just got run over by Drew Brees” hangover. As I said at the top, Brees can pull that kind of game out of his jock whenever he wants to, but the Redskins offense should have been able to answer more than it did. (And for the love of God...can we PLEASE stop committing penalties on defense at the EXACT wrong moment? Two straight third down penalties kept the Saints offense on the field, which is, you know...bad.) [url=]Custom Arizona Cardinals Jerseys[/url]

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