18 sacks??? Jason Babin

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  1. Rocket River

    Rocket River Member

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    Charlie just said this.
    Was he under coached here?

    Rocket River
     
  2. what

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    I think that rather than tailoring a defense to the player, that babin was in the wrong situation in houston. The titans way of playing defensive suited babins approach to the game, and he became a beast.

    The eagles hired the titans defensive line coach Jim Washburn brought him to the eagles.
     
  3. Joe Joe

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    Yes. He had two subpar years and then Kubiak came in. Kubiak wanted to run a 4-3 and quickly discarded him.
     
  4. rocketfan83

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    I'm guessing he's juicing. You don't suddenly go from a nobody to a beast at age 30
     
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    Although the extent of how good he can be is truly surprising, I think its no reach saying the defensive coaching during Babin's stay with the Texans was dog****.
     
  6. Bandwagoner

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    I hate this. Now Charlie probably feels vindicated that he traded our entire draft for this douchebag.
     
  7. J.R.

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    Credit to Jim Washburn.

    Obviously was here, moved on to Seattle, didnt do much, moved on to KC, didnt do much, moved on to Philly, didnt do much, went to Tennessee and you're like :eek:, followed Washburn to Philly and you're still like :eek:

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     Career Stats		                             Tackles		           Sacks		    Interceptions		           Misc
     Season	        Team	        G	 	Solo	Ast	Total	 	Sack	YdsL	 	Int	Yds	IntTD	 	DefTD	FFum	PD	Sfty	 
     2004-05	Houston	        16	 	51	12	63	 	4.0	19	 	0	0	0	 	0	0	5	0	 
     2005-06	Houston	        12	 	26	11	37	 	4.0	27	 	0	0	0	 	0	2	2	0	 
     2006-07	Houston	        15	 	19	7	26	 	5.0	39	 	0	0	0	 	0	0	0	0	 
     2008-09	Seattle	        2	 	1	0	1	 	0.0	0	 	0	0	0	 	0	0	0	0	 
     2008-09	Kansas City	7	 	25	6	31	 	2.0	6	 	0	0	0	 	0	0	0	0	 
     2009-10	Philadelphia	12	 	11	5	16	 	2.5	19	 	0	0	0	 	0	0	0	0	 
     2010-11	Tennessee	16	 	44	14	58	 	13.0	70	 	0	0	0	 	0	2	0	0	 
     2011-12	Philadelphia	14	 	34	4	38	 	18.0	107	 	0	0	0	 	0	3	2	0	 
     Career	                        94	 	211	59	270	 	48.5	287	 	0	0	0	 	0	7	9	0	
     
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    He couldn't cut it as an outside linebacker, because he's pretty much only good, but damn good, at rushing the qb. Washburn's spread out line favors this. and having one of the best DE's on the other side with a great DT in Jenkins is a big plus also.

    It was bad coaching to play him as an OLB, but look at Fangio now and the way he's using Aldon Smith.
     
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    took him 7 years to figure his **** out, I would be willing to bet he is cheating
     
  10. Svpernaut

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    My money is he's juicing.
     
  11. juicystream

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    It isn't like he found success in Philly the first time, or KC, or Seattle. Something changed in Nashville, and now in the wide 9, which I think greatly helps a pass rushing DE, and opposite Trent Cole, he is unstoppable.
     
  12. Shroopy2

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    He did lead the Texans in sacks his last year in Houston, as a part time player. Though on that team its like being the best song on Rebecca Black's album.


    Recent article on Babin
     
  13. lean

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    I think I speak for all Texans fans when I say **** that guy.
     
  14. Lil Pun

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    The sad thing to me is that McCoy's great season and Babin's great season look like they'll just go to waste.
     
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    Lots of sour grapes in here.
     
  17. Nick

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    The Eagles once got rid of a HOF WR who "all he did was catch Touchdowns." Probably plenty of sour grapes after that went down.

    Focus on winning that awful division... less on what Texan fans think of Jason Babin.
     
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    Put me in the he's on HGH camp.

    You don't go from being a scrub to beating Reggie White's sack record without some expensive ish.
     
  19. Air Langhi

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    I am guess a lot of guys or than that. You can't tell me clay mathews is not juicing his head off.
     
  20. Mr. Clutch

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    Maybe it just took him a while to develop? I remember he was sort of a project.

    Win some, lose some.

    Imagine how Cincinnati feels about Jonathan Joseph.
     

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