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Is Parys Haralson good enough to be a starter?

Is Parys Haralson good enough to be a starter?

When Manusky sends Willis up the middle, the OLBs get pressure. Generally though, they basically play the role of a 4-3 DE. Either one, or both of them, rush on the edge and take on the OT, one-on-one.

I'd consider Manny and Haralson average OLBs, nothing special. As long as Manusky sends pressure up the middle, they'll be fine. I think we'll see more of that as the season goes on. He sent Willis a couple times before Spikes was injured and that was very effective.

A pass rushing specialist would be nice though.
Originally posted by strickac:
When Manusky sends Willis up the middle, the OLBs get pressure. Generally though, they basically play the role of a 4-3 DE. Either one, or both of them, rush on the edge and take on the OT, one-on-one.

I'd consider Manny and Haralson average OLBs, nothing special. As long as Manusky sends pressure up the middle, they'll be fine. I think we'll see more of that as the season goes on. He sent Willis a couple times before Spikes was injured and that was very effective.

A pass rushing specialist would be nice though.

I think Manny has been a little above average dispite coming back for a year ending injury. He's been good. Haralson went from being great to a ghost.
Is it time to replace Haralson with Brooks?