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Coach, Is He Angry?

Daryl Worley should have something to prove now.  He also probably needs to be shown kindness, patience, time and FREEDOM…I mean, he was a Dallas Cowboy!

THere is nothing like playing angry…did you ever see the scenes from Fast Times At RidgeMont High…watch.  Worley down the  road playing for WFT against Dallas, maybe? They say stars like WFT great Gary Clark and super mega greatest of the great, MJ–played better once they were angered.

The Dallas Cowboys just cut Daryl Worley.  I really hope WFT have already contacted his agent and asked: are you hunger?  And. where is the playbook!  What? What?

Even though, a sloth like athlete by NFL standards, Worley has the potential of being an excellent replacement for WFT’s Landon Collins.

My question: does Worley want to stick it to the Boys? I know, experiments like bringing in Deion, who just wanted the money and stick it back to us…maybe even Calvin Hill was more a Cowboy!   the list of former Cowboys who have done well here in WFT is too short.  But remeber a players like Brandon Noble was ultra producitve for us. Unfortunately, he was playing on hardly a leg.

WFT here is a real chance to take an ex-bad guy and have him joining the Jedis! Go WFT, Today!

 

Here’s the scouting report from DC’s website on Worley, Bucky Brooks (excerpt):

“Measuring 6-foot-1, 215 pounds, Worley has prototypical dimensions for any position in the secondary, particularly safety or cornerback. He is not a blazer, as evidenced by his 4.64-second forty-yard dash time at the 2016 NFL Combine but he displays good short-area quickness and agility.

In man coverage, Worley is an aggressive defender with a physical playing style. He is at his best playing nose-to-nose with wide receivers utilizing press and press-bail techniques. He possesses the length and hand-to-hand combat skills to jam and control defenders early in routes while maintaining “top-down” positioning down the field. When Worley handles his business at the line of scrimmage, he consistently wins the down due to his physicality and aggressiveness. However, he has a slim margin for error due to his lack of top-end speed and stop-start acceleration.

As a zone defender, Worley exhibits good instincts and awareness diagnosing routes. He sorts out concepts quickly and makes aggressive breaks to the ball on throws in his area. Although his aggressive style and limited explosiveness make him vulnerable to double moves, Worley’s quick reactions, vision and high football IQ make him a reliable zone defender out-wide or in the middle of the field (safety).

Against the run, Worley earns high marks for his aggressiveness, physicality, and tackling skills. He attacks runners on the perimeter with violent cut-down tackles but also shows dependable wrap up skills. Worley’s consistent tackling and overall physicality jump off the tape.

Overall, Worley is an experienced defender with versatility, IQ and physical tools to be an effective CB2 or third safety. He has some athletic limitations but the veteran’s intangibles and instincts enable him to succeed in the back end.

Strengths:

  • Versatile defender capable of playing anywhere in the secondary (cornerback, nickel and safety)
  • Consistent tackler
  • High IQ and excellent communication skills
  • Prototypical size as a press-man corner

Weaknesses:

  • Lacks speed, burst, and athleticism to live on the island as a corner
  • Limited playmaking ability”

 From: “Bucky Brooks: Scouting Report on Daryl Worley”


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