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  1. The coaches obviously love Shaq, I'm just not seeing it. Then again, we continually try to fit a square peg into a round hole with the way we use the guy so us fans have probably never really seen how good the guy might actually be.
  2. Next Gen Stats on CAM

    I don't care what the scale says. Cam looks physically great. Cam said afterwards that he intentionally didn't want to score in that play due to the time left on the clock in order to force the Vikings to have to use their timeouts. I thought he may gave been joking but it honestly didn't seem like it.
  3. Keep dreaming bro, I wish this was the J. Stew from a few years ago but it's clearly not. CMC is still a rookie adapting to the NFL. Stop making strawman arguments.
  4. Won't be enough. Belichick and Brady vs. Marrone and Bortles? Their D and Fournette just won't be enough.
  5. The NFL is salivating at this possibility

    This is a team that had to go to OT to beat a winless Browns team. Yes, Rodgers is great but he'll also probably be dealing with some rust and that Packers team has lots of issues. With that said, I'm sure they'll bring their A game. Getting Rodgers back will be a huge lift for them.
  6. Sorry man, numerous times the hole has been there and Stew has just been a step slow getting there. At this stage in his career he needs holes you could drive a truck through.
  7. These stats don't occur in a vacuum though. If Stew is slower to hit the hole, that's going to negatively impact this state. Yes, the OL has definitely not looked as good without Ryan, but Stew is hitting that hole slower too. It's not an either or scenario. It's a bit of both.
  8. Quickness and initial burst are a lot more important than pure straight line speed for a RB. Those are the areas where Stew seems to have lost a step or two. He still looks good once he gets rolling, it just takes him longer to get rolling.
  9. Can't knock Jackson due to his availability. We have enough been a run first team Stew's entire career as well. Yes, Stew spent some years splitting carries with DeAngelo but honestly I think one of the big reasons why DeAngelo stuck around as long as he did was due to concerns about Stew's ability to carry the load due to concerns about his durability. Even when he was playing he was oftentimes held out of practice or limited in practice. That doesn't exactly instill confidence in terms of availability.
  10. The numbers don't lie. Jackson has nearly 50% more rushing yards. Nearly triple the receiving yards. Eight straight 1000+ yard seasons. "Talent" is arbitrary. Production is real. I actually feel the opposite from the majority in this thread. I think Stew is vastly overrated by most Panthers fans. Anyone who thinks he's up there with the likes of Adrian Peterson, Le'Veon Bell, Ezekiel Elliott, etc. is just delusional. At his best he was a borderline top 5 NFL RB. He was always damn good when healthy, but to hear some Panthers fans talk you'd think he was Walter Peyton or Barry Sanders
  11. You're way too hung up on this college allegiance stuff. I don't care where a guy went to school if he can help us win ON Sundays and represents the organization well. I have plenty of issues with Shula, but Stew's burst just isn't the same anymore. That's the biggest reason why he's averaging over a yard less per carry this season than his career average.
  12. I've always liked Stew, but honestly he isn't even the best/most talented former Oregon RB of the last decade. That would be Steven Jackson.
  13. I see you've resorted to hurling insults. I guess you've given up. Numerous times the hole has been there and Stew has just been too slow to get there. Honestly, CAP has looked better in his limited opportunities.
  14. If Miami doesn't keep Landry..

    I wouldn't be opposed to Landry, but I'd prefer a more dynamic playmaker. Then again, I don't see us spending huge money on a FA WR and with this probable FA WR class there's gonna be some guys slip through the cracks. They're not all getting huge money. Landry may be one of those guys.
  15. I'm not sure what you've been watching this year. He's much slower to hit the hole. If he can get past the LOS and get rolling he still looks good, but that initial burst is severely lacking. It's not surprising. 30 has proven a helluva obstacle for more RBs than not.
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