Let me repeat myself. I did not see anyone out of our backfield do anything better than any of the others out of our backfield & that includes blocking. Except Tolbert's td. They all failed frequently and regularly. Meh. So we should just agree to disagree. Over a preseason game no less lol.
Yes, I did & he wasn't any worse than any other RB but did score a td. As for your 2nd question, we will never know. Hindsight is 20/20 so I never use it & wishing & guessing never gets a td or wins a football game. Tolbert did, at least, get a td. Hard facts do matter.
I watched the 2nd qtr of that game. Question: even if Eagles are at the line but they are also substituting players, aren't the refs supposed to stop the clock & give the defense time to sub if they want to? I'm confused over that.
I have to laugh at the 1st pic of Cam & Tolbert celebrating. Looks like Cam didn't even need to jump to bump Tolbert's hip lol. I know he did jump a little, watched it live. :) Great presentation! Thanks! Shared on fb.
Well, if you were in that section & seat, you sure as hell didn't stand during the game at all. Section 136 was dead tonight. I'm in row 11, stood every 3rd defensive down & only didn't cheer the defense while I was eating. No one, I mean absolutely NO ONE, in rows below 11 stood the entire game. Zero. Zip. Nada. No body. NO ONE.
Old man Dwan Edwards was as impressive as anyone out there on 1st string tonight. Don't need to hear anyone calling for "youth" at DT because the man still has it covered. :) Until #6 began punting line drives, special teams did very well. Color me impressed. Corey Brown needs to sit. A guy in the row in front of us was counting his drops. 5 drops & 1 catch. He had his hands on every one of those 5 drops. You could tell Shula was giving him chances for redemption all night, he played all game, but he failed. Terribly. Jonathan Stewart. I was deeply disappointed by his running. No other RB had as much trouble as he did. Maybe he does need to practice more.