Trevor Scott The Sackmaster

Posted: 15th December 2009 by Al's Wingman in NFL
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Ever since the guy was drafted in the sixth round in 2008, Trevor Scott has been making his mark with the Oakland Raiders.   He is both a fan favorite and valued by whatever coaching staff happens to be in place.   Scott used to play tight end in college at the University of Buffalo but switched to defensive end as a junior, where his game flourished.   As a pro, he’s been a menace to QBs as a situational pass rusher coming off the edge as a defensive end. His run support has been an asset as well.   With the addition of Richard Seymour and Greg Ellis as defensive ends in 2009, Scott was transitioned to linebacker towards midseason, where he supplanted Thomas Howard on the weak side.   Scott can always be shuffled back to DE if need be, though he struggl ...

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