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LT was 24 when he last played with Turner. LT at that time was in the middle of a career someone projected would make him the greatest RB of all time.

That guy.....is not comparable to a 29 year old DeAngelo.

Turner went to the Falcons in 2008. LT was born in 1979. Re-evaluate your math.

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That's just plain wrong. LT was the same age then as Deangelo is now. Michael Turner was older then than Stewart is now.

Well that and Chud was in Cleveland when they did their best work together.

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Not as good ad Stewart. That is why Chud gave Stewart the most snaps.

And don't forget many of those long runs that boosted Williams ypc came with Newton AND Stewart on the field sucking in attention.

Williams averaged over 2 more carries per game than stewart and at their rate per game that equates to about 25% more carries.

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I don't understand getting the number 1 quarterback in the draft, then one season into our quarterback's career, trading the better receiving and pass blocking running back. Don't we want to be a passing team? I don't understand this.

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Williams averaged over 2 more carries per game than stewart and at their rate per game that equates to about 25% more carries.

But I bet J Stew saw more snaps. They aren't just in there for running plays.

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LT was 24 when he last played with Turner. LT at that time was in the middle of a career someone projected would make him the greatest RB of all time.

That guy.....is not comparable to a 29 year old DeAngelo.

WTF, Turner last played in SD year 2007, LT was 28 and a 7 year Vet.

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Williams averaged over 2 more carries per game than stewart and at their rate per game that equates to about 25% more carries.

Snaps is different than rushing attempts. Stewart was on the field more bc the offense could do more with him. Go to Espn and read Pat Ys article

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You guys also have to realize we are becoming a passing team. We cant be 1st in rushing and passing...

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But I bet J Stew saw more snaps. They aren't just in there for running plays.

Yes, Stewart saw more snaps because he's not one-dimensional. Can you believe that? Our cheaper running back getting more snaps than our golden boy "Dolla Billz" Deangelo Williams. Deangelo's a fraud. He was exposed last season, and I hope we don't hold onto him just because of his ridiculous contract.

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I don't understand getting the number 1 quarterback in the draft, then one season into our quarterback's career, trading the better receiving and pass blocking running back. Don't we want to be a passing team? I don't understand this.

I dont understand how in one season, our D fall so bad

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