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Clay Matthews 2010 season

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Published on Apr 10, 2011

The beast Clay Matthews.

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Daniel Chachanashvili
he looks like a lion puncing on his prey, its quiet scary actually, especially with the music
Peter Vang
I still think he should have won defensive player of the year instead of polomalu
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Manslaughterz66
Should've won DPOY that season. Polamalu was so overrated..
smorger11
hahaha I love the panic run they do when they see him coming at them.
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Kevin
6 Sacks in the first 2 games and injured multiple QB's. I really hope he is able to stay healthy. He has still been great since 2010 and has improved to not only be one of the best pass rushers but also now one of the best 3-4 OLB's in run defense and coverage. Injuries have slowed him down along with not having another pass rusher opposite of him which has resulted in double/triple teams a majority of the time. That will be different this coming season if he stays healthy. GB is much deeper as far as pass rushers go. IDK why people try to claim Matthews is average as a run defender. I have to believe they are Bears fans that don't know nearly as much about Matthews as they lead people to believe. Matthews is literally just as good against the run as he is getting to the QB. Expecting a big year from him. Very excited to see him rushing alongside Peppers and Daniels(along with Jones, Perry, Neal etc.)
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clinton dipper
Yes clay kicked Brett ass woo
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mason h
LOL Wade Phillips face after the TFL @ 3:20
zzVaR093
Damn he had no respect for Favre lol
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Matt Pritzl
That defense used to be soooooo good
gbfansean
Beast!!!!
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