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Source: Rb Mike Tolbert Visiting Carolina Panthers This Weekend

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Stewart and his read option work also aided Cam in setting NFL records on the ground. Goes back to why Chud thought Stewart was better....he saw the field more for a variety of reasons

Williams ran more read options, and ran it better, than Stewart. Saint Patty's day is putting a hurting on you huh?

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this. they won't even be manly tears either. They would be full-on crying in the shower in the middle of the night tears.

He's my favorite player on the team. To think he's only worth a couple of draft picks to my team is going to be tough to swallow.

a couple of draft picks= potential. I like Stewart too but we wont be able to resign him next year so why not trade him now?

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The read option worked better with Deangelo.

DeAngelo was NOT running the read option with Cam. He ran the pitch option with him....and with Stewart in the field. Difference.

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a couple of draft picks= potential. I like Stewart too but we wont be able to resign him next year so why not trade him now?

Stewart still has potential. I don't understand your point.

Re-signing him is not impossible, nor does anyone believe that.

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Trade Stewart get stuck with a near 30 year old RB, and a RB who has half the production of Stewart. Jesus we're fuged.

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When you fumble the ball, you dont play, then you get released.

Adrian Peterson would like I word with you. lol

No, not comparing M. Goodson to AP.

I still want Mike Goodson gone.

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DeAngelo was NOT running the read option with Cam. He ran the pitch option with him....and with Stewart in the field. Difference.

You're right, I'm being retarded, sorry.

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Stewart still has potential. I don't understand your point.

Re-signing him is not impossible, nor does anyone believe that.

No, not impossible. Unrealistic? yes. But since Stewart is a better running back, he will want a bigger contract than D-Will's. Can you imagine all that money going to one position?

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You're right, I'm being retarded, sorry.

It's cool. Blame it on St Pattys day booze. I did earlier

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It makes no sense to spend money on Tolbert if we weren't getting rid of Stewart or d-will. I don't like this one bit, if we trade Stewart.

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