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View Poll Results: Ramik Wilson's Grade Card
Part 1: Grade for the 2017 Season 1 3.03%
A+ 0 0%
A 0 0%
A- 1 3.03%
B+ 0 0%
B 0 0%
B- 3 9.09%
C+ 4 12.12%
C 6 18.18%
C- 2 6.06%
D+ 4 12.12%
D 6 18.18%
D- 4 12.12%
F 3 9.09%
No grade 0 0%
Part 2: 2017 Performance Relative to Expectations 1 3.03%
Greatly exceeded my expectations 0 0%
Slightly exceeded my expectations 1 3.03%
Performed about like I expected 11 33.33%
Performed slightly worse than my expectations 11 33.33%
Performed far short of my expectations 8 24.24%
Part 3: Desired Role for 2018 1 3.03%
Much larger 0 0%
Slightly larger 2 6.06%
About the same as 2017 10 30.30%
Slightly smaller 4 12.12%
Much smaller 5 15.15%
Off the team 10 30.30%
Part 4: I think this player’s ability is … 1 3.03%
Ascending 2 6.06%
Stable 13 39.39%
Descending 14 42.42%
Part 5: The minimum I would trade this player for is a mid- … 1 3.03%
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7th round pick 6 18.18%
6th round pick 7 21.21%
5th round pick 2 6.06%
4th round pick 1 3.03%
3rd round pick 0 0%
2nd round pick 0 0%
1st round pick 0 0%
A pair of 1st round picks 0 0%
I would not trade this player 1 3.03%
Part 6: I prefer… 1 3.03%
Alaska 9 27.27%
Hawaii 20 60.61%
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:45 AM  
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Chiefs Offseason Planet Evaluation: Ramik Wilson

Speak about Ramik. Don't be meek.

Poll coming faster than a checkdown pass on a blitz.

Ramik was active in 8 games and started 4.

He recorded 14 tackles with 1 assist, and recovered a fumble that he returned 11 yards for a touchdown. (Why don't I remember that?)

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Old 01-13-2018, 11:45 AM   #2
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:50 AM   #3
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:50 AM   #4
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It seems the current regime doesn’t like him much but I thought he was pretty good.

He’s great depth if nothing else.

I say keep him.
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:55 AM   #5
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It seems the current regime doesn’t like him much but I thought he was pretty good.

He’s great depth if nothing else.

I say keep him.
He's one of 2017's biggest mysteries in my mind. Once Ragland was signed, it seemed like Ramik ended up exiled in Elba. While Ragland seems to be stronger in the position, I didn't think Ramik was doing a bad job.
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:55 AM   #6
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He's worse than DJ, and that's really saying something.

To the pit of misery with him!
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Old 01-13-2018, 12:00 PM   #7
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He's worse than DJ, and that's really saying something.
A pox on you, sir. When did you ever see Wilson hit someone like DJ. Yeah, never. But back to topic. Backup, period.
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Old 01-13-2018, 12:07 PM   #8
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I think his value comes in experienced depth that you don’t have to fear losing in FA. He can help on special teams too.
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Old 01-13-2018, 12:29 PM   #12
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Thought he looked really good during preseason. Didn't play much beyond that.
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He reminds me a lot of Donnie Edwards. He brings speed and his instincts seem decent, but he's just not big enough to be a top-end ILB. Like others have said, it seems like he's got value as a backup, though.
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Sucks. Had to trade for Ragland *right before the season* because we were so desperate for an ILB who could tackle and cover gaps. He sucked last year too.

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He can't tackle, misdiagnoses plays and doesn't excel against the run or the pass.

The Chiefs have been trying to replace him for two seasons, first with March-Lillard, then with KPL, Eligwe and Ragland.

I'll be surprised if he's on the 53 this season and if so, it's likely due to injury.
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