Nobody has brought up Dalvins 40 time

MizCane

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4.50 40 at the combine? I was thinking low 4.4's. Obviously his game speed is elite but that was surprising. Have to almost wonder if he had too much of a work load?
 

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He is the type of player that does not get tracked down. 40 times are not as important for him. All you have to do is see the film. It's kinda like Hester. You watched him play and you swore he was a 4.2 guy. Yet he was high 4.3 at combine.
 

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The infatuation with him on this board is weird.
It's pathetic... The Dalvin Cook fan club resides on CIS.

Every time he throws the U down or disrespects Miami his fans on here start blushing like school girls with a crush.

"He still loves Miami, he's just showing us how much by constantly shittin on us hehehehe"
 

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He is the type of player that does not get tracked down. 40 times are not as important for him. All you have to do is see the film. It's kinda like Hester. You watched him play and you swore he was a 4.2 guy. Yet he was high 4.3 at combine.

Well unless Corn Elder is chasing him... then he gets tracked down
 

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4.50 40 at the combine? I was thinking low 4.4's. Obviously his game speed is elite but that was surprising. Have to almost wonder if he had too much of a work load?

Question for you and your fellow Cuck admirers, is his pinga salty or sweet?
 

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I will pay more attention to combine 40 times when they run it in pads. Until then, game tape is the best measure of football speed fo me.
 
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from walter football:

Dalvin Cook was dominant at Florida State. In fact, he was so great that many believed he would pass Leonard Fournette in the 2017 NFL Draft. It's extremely difficult to envision that happening now in the wake of the combine. Cook tested so extremely poorly that conspiracy theorists may begin to believe that he was replaced by an evil, less-athletic twin after being kidnapped. Cook's 40 wasn't horrible (4.49 at 210 pounds), but it wasn't good, and it certainly didn't make up for his awful vertical (30.5), broad jump (9-8) and 3-cone time (7.27). Sports analytics say that a running back as unathletic as Cook hasn't been drafted in the first round in nearly two decades.

Teams do have some off-the-field concerns about Cook and his character. He escaped some legal issues last year, but teams say that Cook has an entourage of gangbangers and they worry Cook drinks too much. Staying out of trouble is a concern that teams have. With Jameis Winston in the NFL, Cook carried the Florida State offense in 2015. He averaged 7.4 yards per carry on his way to 1,691 yards and 19 touchdowns. The sophomore also had 24 receptions for 244 yards and a score. As a true freshman in 2014, Cook averaged 5.9 yards per carry for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns. He caught 22 passes for 203 yards, too.
 

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He is the type of player that does not get tracked down. 40 times are not as important for him. All you have to do is see the film. It's kinda like Hester. You watched him play and you swore he was a 4.2 guy. Yet he was high 4.3 at combine.

Justin Blackmon was that type of player. 4.46, was a decent 40 time, but that guy had real game speed.
 

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He's faster than 4.5

Hester ran a 4.41 at the combine but in the games with the ball in his hand the dude is 4.3ish

Film doesn't lie, and Dalvin is a stud.
 
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