Lewis Cine has a bloodthirsty outlook for 2022

Lewis Cine has a bloodthirsty outlook for 2022

Lewis Cine

Lewis Sean’s goal as Rocky with the Minnesota Vikings in 2022 is bloodthirsty. He wants to pile up corpses.

He actually said.

Cine teammate Patrick Peterson appeared on the podcast All things covered This week and was asked which NFL he wants to hit the most. He did not discriminate, but replied, “I do not have a particular person. My head, I just want to pile up corpses. That’s it. “

March 5, 2022; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Georgia defensive back Lewis Cine. Compulsory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports.

In the NFL, Cine will be asked to balance his 1920-2005 hard hit addiction, avoiding a free security, penalty. The league saves quarterbacks and wide receivers much more than ever, so Sean’s bloodthirsty initiative raises some eyebrows for some.

Cine joins the Vikings on April 28 after the Vikings traded out of the 12th overall pick in the April draft. Through direct compensation with the Lions, through the 12th pick trade, Vikings Cine, Andrew Booth (CB), Ed Ingram (OL), and Brian Asamoah (LB) added. The Lions were landed by Jameson Williams (WR) and Josh Pashal (EDGE).

As a first-rounder, the 22-year-old Cine should start now unless Camerin Binam, the second-year safety, miraculously hangs on to a job starting this summer. Overall, though, most outdoor depth charts have already predicted Cine as a free security for Minnesota startups.

Georgia alumnus will play alongside Harrison Smith, another player who made a name for himself in the big hits. Smith has been doing “body stacking” for ten years, even gaining a controversial reputation for it of late and receiving subsequent punishments. There is arguably no better teacher in the NFL to teach Sinn a hard-hitting balance with defensive skills than Smith.

December 9, 2021; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings Security Harrison Smith. Compulsory Credit: Brace Hemelgarn – USA Today Sports

Incidentally, the plan of life after Smith is also cine. Although Smith signed a major deal in 2021, the lifetime Viking turned 33 in February, meaning the era of his dominance in Minnesota is coming to an end. When that happens – unless he’s a bust – Cine will inherit Smith’s body-stacking.

Cine gets a big test outside the gate in his first NFL game. The Vikings will take on the Green Bay Packers in Week 1 at US Bank Stadium. The showdown will be the first game for many new Vikings, including head coach Kevin O’Connell, Jaderius Smith (who left the Packers in March) and Cine.

Tap Cine with Oddsmakers +4000 odds to win Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Dustin Baker is a political scientist who graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2007. Subscribe to her daily YouTube channel, VikesNow. She Hosts a podcast With Bryant McKinney, which airs every Wednesday Raun Sai And Sally from Minneapolis. His Viking Fandom dates back to 1996. Listed Criminal Pleasures: Peanut Butter Ice Cream, ‘The Sopranos’ and The Doors (Band).

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