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DCTF 22-5A Predictions - Do you agree?

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11 minutes ago, prepballfan said:

PNG has been fairly successful at beating Vidor. I believe that it lies in the offense, not the defense of PNG.

Last year it was in the defense...shut Vidor down in the second half!

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Let me clarify...  Of course, the defense has its part in it. They played a masterful game last season. I did not mean last seasons' game only. I was referring to the PNG Vidor matchup as a whole between FC and Matthews. Overall matchup if you will. 

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38 minutes ago, prepballfan said:

PNG has been fairly successful at beating Vidor. I believe that it lies in the offense, not the defense of PNG.

I agree 100%.  Based on last years results, it appears Vidor's defense (and many other teams lol) has a big problem with a good passing attack.  But PNG did hold Vidor to 21 points.  Speaking of which, do you anticipate an improved defense at the reservation?

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5 minutes ago, REBgp said:

I agree 100%.  Based on last years results, it appears Vidor's defense (and many other teams lol) has a big problem with a good passing attack.  But PNG did hold Vidor to 21 points.  Speaking of which, do you anticipate an improved defense at the reservation?

I am not sure how to answer that. I have not seen us practice yet or have I talked to anyone who has seen them practice yet. Like I posted before I got some sort of resp cold and could not shake it for over a week. I am feeling better now and should be able to see for myself soon

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14 minutes ago, REBgp said:

I agree 100%.  Based on last years results, it appears Vidor's defense (and many other teams lol) has a big problem with a good passing attack.  But PNG did hold Vidor to 21 points.  Speaking of which, do you anticipate an improved defense at the reservation?

Front seven should be pretty stout like last season, DB's will be the weak link.

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I know Big Sergio is supposed to be back anchoring the middle of the defense. Bost is looking awesome I hear at his new position

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On 6/20/2017 at 1:43 PM, SFA85 said:

No.......

I was told by the father of the PN-G state baseball champs.......

2 starters from the Koifish defense which are safeties and 1 is moving to offense

1 returning Olineman

Sounds like Lil VY will be running for his life

Meanwhile......

PAM's team will fill the varsity with JV district champs

Plus the backfield is two deep

 

If anything, I'd move Vidor up to 2nd........

This is so far from true I can't believe you actually took the time to post it. Pick up a program and do some fact checking first. 

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Here you go SFA85. Let me educate you

 

Offense

Roschon Johnson QB

Preston Hughes RB

Preston Riggs WR

Gavin Deslatte RB

John Nichols OL

Josh Hranicky OL

I am not sure if Justice Langston moved. If he didnt he will be the 3rd returning OL starter. 

 

Defense

Alex Lebeouf LB

Cameron Stansbury.... moved to WR

Austin Bost LB

Logan Hammonds DL

Sergio Ayala DL

 

The secondary will be the question mark. OL/DL and skill positions will be very good. 

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On 8/14/2017 at 0:51 PM, chorizo said:

PNG lost some good ones on defense,gonna be very hard to replace that in my opinion!!!

We replace them every year. Small, undersized linebackers are easy to come by!!!!!!! Robinson was the best of the backers. Our so called best db was 5 foot 3. I think we will be the same.....

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14 hours ago, Stattrax said:

We replace them every year. Small, undersized linebackers are easy to come by!!!!!!! Robinson was the best of the backers. Our so called best db was 5 foot 3. I think we will be the same.....

I agree with ya,just stirring the pot..lol..what ppl outside of ned and png don't understand most the time is every year we lose good players but every year kids step right in and take over..that's what happens when you have undersized unathletic kids with tons of heart and determination,great coaching and most of all a city that they don't want to let down.

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20 hours ago, akifan94 said:

Here you go SFA85. Let me educate you

 

Offense

Roschon Johnson QB

Preston Hughes RB

Preston Riggs WR

Gavin Deslatte RB

John Nichols OL

Josh Hranicky OL

I am not sure if Justice Langston moved. If he didnt he will be the 3rd returning OL starter. 

 

Defense

Alex Lebeouf LB

Cameron Stansbury.... moved to WR

Austin Bost LB

Logan Hammonds DL

Sergio Ayala DL

 

The secondary will be the question mark. OL/DL and skill positions will be very good. 

The last thing I or any offense should be worried about, is that Koi fish defense in Port Neches.  Anyway, thanks for taking roll.  I'll go with the father of the state baseball game mvp.  

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9 minutes ago, SFA85 said:

The last thing I or any offense should be worried about, is that Koi fish defense in Port Neches.  Anyway, thanks for taking roll.  I'll go with the father of the state baseball game mvp.  

If the father of the State Baseball Championship Game MVP told you that, (Whom I know very very well), then he was pulling your leg in a BIG WAY, and you took the bait, hook, line, and sinker.

He knows all the above mentioned players that will be back!!!....Funny!

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