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2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Deuce » Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:13 am

QB Jameis Winston- First round pick, Pro Bowler, first QB with >4,000 yards in first two seasons, starter for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
RB Devonta Freeman- Pro Bowler, highest paid RB in NFL, starting RB for the Atlanta Falcons
WR Kelvin Benjamin- First round pick, starting WR for the Carolina Panthers
WR Rashad Greene- Currently on IR with Jacksonville Jaguars
OT Cam Erving- First round pick, traded to the Chiefs for a fifth round pick this off-season
OT Bobby Hart- Starting right tackle for the New York Giants
OG Josue Matias- Waived by the Titans before 2017 season
OG Tre Jackson- Waived by the Patriots/Rams before 2017 season
C Brian Stork- Super Bowl winner, retired this off-season due to concussions/neck injuries
TE Nick O'Leary- Backup TE with Buffalo Bills

DL Mario Edwards- Starting DE for the Oakland Raiders
DL Timmy Jernigan- Starting DT for the Philadelphia Eagles
DL Eddie Goldman- Starting NT for the Chicago Bears
LB Christian Jones- Backup ILB for the Chicago Bears
LB Telvin Smith- Starting OLB for the Jacksonville Jaguars
LB Terrance Smith- Backup ILB for the Kansas City Chiefs
CB Ronald Darby- Starting CB for the Philadelphia Eagles, PFF Defensive Rookie of the Year (2015)
CB PJ Williams- Starting CB for the New Orleans Saints
CB Lamarcus Joyner- Starting FS for the Los Angeles Rams
S Terrance Brooks- Backup S for the New York Jets (Week 3 AFC Defensive Player of the Week)
S Jalen Ramsey- First round pick, starting CB for the Jacksonville Jaguars, PFWA All-Rookie Team (2016)

K Roberto Aguayo- NFL Free Agent

Notable backups:

Bobo Wilson- Tampa Bay Buccaneers Practice Squad
Karlos Williams- Currently under suspension for 1 year for violating the NFL's Substance Abuse Policy
DeMarcus Walker- Backup LB for Denver Broncos
James Wilder, Jr.- RB for the Toronto Argonauts

I'm still in awe of the number of NFL-caliber players on that team. And a lot of these guys have had major impacts in the NFL. I somewhat wanted to document this and also just see where everyone is now. I had no idea Stork retired. 8 guys from that defense are starting in the NFL today and every starter from the defense is still in the NFL. Sometimes I wonder if we'll ever see anything like that team again.
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Buc2 » Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:22 am

I don't care who you root for, that is an impressive list.
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby uscbucsfan » Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:29 am

They were a great great team. I don't know if it is fair to say we may never see a team like that again. Maybe at FSU, but you can do the same thing with a lot of historically great teams. That 2001 Miami team is the most ridiculous roster ever.

Edit:Pretty much every Bama player makes it to the NFL in the Saban era.
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby DreadNaught » Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:29 am

Very impressive.

But looking at that Oline I would say that they were all very overrated coming out of the college. I remember the back and forth in the WinstonvMariota thread about how people championed how great Winston's Oline was at FSU.
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Ken Carson » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:24 am

uscbucsfan wrote:They were a great great team. I don't know if it is fair to say we may never see a team like that again. Maybe at FSU, but you can do the same thing with a lot of historically great teams. That 2001 Miami team is the most ridiculous roster ever.

Edit:Pretty much every Bama player makes it to the NFL in the Saban era.

It is impressive, but you are right about those Canes teams.

Frank Gore was FIFTH on that depth chart. He's rushed for 13K yards in the NFL.
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby DreadNaught » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:45 am

Ken Carson wrote:
uscbucsfan wrote:They were a great great team. I don't know if it is fair to say we may never see a team like that again. Maybe at FSU, but you can do the same thing with a lot of historically great teams. That 2001 Miami team is the most ridiculous roster ever.

Edit:Pretty much every Bama player makes it to the NFL in the Saban era.

It is impressive, but you are right about those Canes teams.

Frank Gore was FIFTH on that depth chart. He's rushed for 13K yards in the NFL.


To be fair he was a true freshman that year behind guys were all older and got drafted as well. The crazy thing about Gore was his talent was never questioned, he just kept getting injured in college which paved the way for Willis McGahee to showcase himself. That's what killed Gore's draft value, but since he's been in the NFL he's been remarkably healthy every year for a RB.

38 players from the 01 Canes team got drafted, 17 in the first round, accounting for almost 50 combined pro bowls in the NFL. Not sure we'll see that again. Bama and FSU put a ton of players in the NFL these days, but replicating the level of success those Canes players were able to in the NFL is almost an impossible bar to meet.
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Zarniwoop » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:35 am

agreed on that Miami team....they had great players both in the trenches and at the skill positions.


Its a shame my Buckeyes had to break the streak for the next year's team



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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby DreadNaught » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:46 am

Zarniwoop wrote:agreed on that Miami team....they had great players both in the trenches and at the skill positions.


Its a shame my Buckeyes had to break the streak for the next year's team


Great game!! I still think if those two teams played 4 more times Miami wins all 4 by double digits each. But that was OSU's night and they did enough while getting some breaks (that very late PI call in the end zone is still inexcusable imo).

That OSU team had quite a bit of NFL talent also.
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Zarniwoop » Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:53 am

I don't think there is any question that Miami wins that game at least 90% of the time.

No way OSU could hold them to 17 pts in regulation again.

And the Buckeyes weren't going to win any game that got into the 30s
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Ken Carson » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:00 am

DreadNaught wrote:
Zarniwoop wrote:agreed on that Miami team....they had great players both in the trenches and at the skill positions.


Its a shame my Buckeyes had to break the streak for the next year's team


Great game!! I still think if those two teams played 4 more times Miami wins all 4 by double digits each. But that was OSU's night and they did enough while getting some breaks (that very late PI call in the end zone is still inexcusable imo).

That OSU team had quite a bit of NFL talent also.

The OSU defense was a good unit.

And there has been a lot of Miami homers that complain about The Call, most writers agreed at the time that Gamble was clearly held off the line and interfered with. You can cry all you want about how delayed the call was, but it wasn't a bad call (unless you wear green and orange pajamas to bed).
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Zarniwoop » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:20 am

It's really a call that could have went either way. I think it was PI but I also remember Dustin Fox, OSU CB, holding Johnson's jersey all game :P




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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Selmon Rules » Wed Oct 18, 2017 3:02 pm

DreadNaught wrote:
Zarniwoop wrote:agreed on that Miami team....they had great players both in the trenches and at the skill positions.


Its a shame my Buckeyes had to break the streak for the next year's team


Great game!! I still think if those two teams played 4 more times Miami wins all 4 by double digits each. But that was OSU's night and they did enough while getting some breaks (that very late PI call in the end zone is still inexcusable imo).

That OSU team had quite a bit of NFL talent also.

That call wasn't inexcusable, it was downright criminal, lol
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Re: 2013 FSU Seminoles Appreciation

Postby Ken Carson » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:51 pm

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