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Jeremy Igo

I contended Deangelo is the 3rd best RB on the team

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I caught a little flack from it from JJ and Sammi on the podcast for saying it.

Am I wrong?

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I caught a little flack from it from JJ and Sammi on the podcast for saying it.

Am I wrong?

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I wholeheartedly agree with you.

Stew

Tolbert

DWill

In that order. As an old friend would say, it is what it is.

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I honestly rather see Fozzy in there instead of DWill. I know Fozzy had a bad drop last night but he runs hard and is what Deangelo used to be. He's decisive and hits the hole hard. Deangelo is a patient runner and with this line I'm not so sure you can afford to wait (see Barner). Stewart will be key to a successful season.

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I caught a little flack from it from JJ and Sammi on the podcast for saying it.

Am I wrong?

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When you say RB, are you including Tolbert, and assuming that Stewart is healthy?

 

If so, I'd think that DWill could very well be the 4th best RB on our team. 

 

Tolbert

Stewart (if healthy)

Fozzy (young, fresh, runs with attitude)

DWill

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This place might crash when Shula calls for a Deangelo wildcat play in the first Q at Tampa

 

First play of the game, DWill in at Wildcat!

 

*Huddle goes offline until the following Saturday*

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Not at all. Said it many times, I love DLo...but he's not the RB me used to be. He can't hit the hole like he used too. LS-2 yards on most of his carries.

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Fozzy is not better than DeAngelo just because of a few decent runs against the Chiefs' 3rd stringers. You people need to get a grip. I do believe Stew is better than DeAngelo and it's not even close. Tolbert could be, but I don't see him as an every down back so I wouldn't compare the two. 

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Fozzy is not better than DeAngelo just because of a few decent runs against the Chiefs' 3rd stringers. You people need to get a grip. I do believe Stew is better than DeAngelo and it's not even close. Tolbert could be, but I don't see him as an every down back so I wouldn't compare the two. 

 

I would say almost any 24-25 year old RB is better than any 31-32 year old RB in the NFL. It's not about who the player is or what they have accomplished, it's just about the nature of the position.

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Yes, he is our best RB.

Stew is never really healthy

Tolbert is a short yardage back, doesn't have the wind or ability to carry the ball enough to be a a feature RB

Really Cam Newton is probably our best RB

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