Damontae Kazee is lighting it up this preseason. Flat out blazing! Kazee is making a case that he should be starting this season. The Atlanta Falcons just signed Ricardo Allen to a three-year deal making it unlikely they bench him in favor of Kazee, but this is a fantastic dilemma to be in if you’re coach Dan Quinn. Kazee is flying around the field like a young Ed Reed. Killer instincts and a fantastic tackler in the open field. Kazee has the total package.
The Atlanta Falcons robbed the draft again! This time snatching Damontae Kazee in the fifth round of the 2017 draft. Kazee attended San Diego State University, and how he slipped that far in the draft is still a mystery. Denzel Ward was drafted with the fourth pick in last years draft, and he only had two career interceptions. Meanwhile, Kazee had 17 career interceptions at the same position but fell to the fifth round. The Atlanta Falcons have struck gold plenty of times in the draft in the Dan Quinn era. Kazee is proving that he is another one! Kazee’s ball skills are showing big time in this preseason. 17 tackles and one interception in three games. Coach Quinn’s hand may be forced to give Kazee the nod at nickel cornerback over Brian Poole. Damontae Kazee is just better.
Damontae Kazee making those impact plays early😤. Will Kazee be a playmaker on defense this year? Let me know down below! pic.twitter.com/7meHXiCsqF
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— Hotlanta Highlights (@HotlantaHlights) August 24, 2018
The kid is special.
Damontae Kazee is laying people out this preseason! Kazee is a real life human hitstick. When Kazee gets his pads on you your going down. He had a big hit last week versus the Jaguars on Marquis Lee that forced a fumble. The hit was flagged because the National Football League is getting soft. Unfortunately, Lee also got injured on the play but that was due to bad luck, not bad tackling. Damontae Kazee tackling technique is outstanding, and he has shown he can play physical. That’s rare that a ball hawk can force a fumble and also pick a pass off.
Damontae Kazee is a crazed dog. He'll hit you. pic.twitter.com/PRAlgLvnG5
— Kyle (@IgglesNest) September 14, 2016
Damontae Kazee is not scared to hit you. Running backs and especially Wide Receivers will feel the wrath of KrazyKazee. Only a matter of time before the starting job is Damontae Kazee’s. You cant X Damontae Kazee out because he’s the X.
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