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Comparing Lesean Mccoy's Contract To D-Will's

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So 28 is the new 60? DeAngelo is in the prime of his NFL career & at a peak age for a man's physical strength. It's not the NFL of the 90's where the RB is washed up by his 30th birthday. DeAngelo has split carries with Stewart & will prove to be worth his contract. It's a different situation from a Marshall Faulk or Eddie George. DeAngelo hasn't endured the same work load.

lol D-will is at his prime, despite not having a 1,000 yard season the past TWO seasons.

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hey ya'll i'm heyyall

did you know we overpaid for deangelo williams

we overpaid for williams. you don't hand a contract like that to a running back.

look at this other running back and what he is paid.

you know who else i don't like that? that marty hurney guy. he overpaid for deangelo.

i am heyyall. look, i have paula deen as my avatar. isn't that cool and didn't we overpay for deangelo williams?

did you know that marty hurney sucks? he overpaid deangelo williams. you don't hand that kind of money to a running back. look at this other running back and what he is paid by a general manager that is not marty hurney.

again, i have a paula deen avatar. isn't that funny and doesn't marty hurney suck?

i am heyyall

Aww you're so adorable!

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heyyall the perfect reason for a higher post count for starting new threads.

A policy for me? Wow, I'm absolutely flattered. :wub:

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He's not better, not by a long shot. He's a back that doesn't split carries, so his numbers are going to be comparable. He's really good, but if their situations were reversed I think Deangelo would have produced a little better. That being said, McCoy deserves a slightly bigger contract than Deangelo because he's a lone back and he's younger.

I wouldn't say a long shot, its really close though that's for sure.

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Heh I thought about editing that part after I posted it. I didn't mean McCoy is way below Deangelo, I just mean McCoy isn't better. I'd put McCoy very close to Deangelo, but like I said, the way I look at it if Deangelo was in Philly in the situation he's in he'd put up better numbers I think. McCoy would be sharing carries here and would have comparable seasons to Deangelo's the past couple years (maybe a little more considering Deangelo missed a little time with injuries).

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By those numbers, they overpaid like crazy for McCoy. He's no where NEAR the back D-Will is.

McCoy right now is a better overall RB and more important to his teams offense

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lol D-will is at his prime, despite not having a 1,000 yard season the past TWO seasons.

DeAngelo averaged 5.4ypc last season compared to LeSean's 4.8ypc. Inflated season stats are for baseball.

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McCoy right now is a better overall RB and more important to his teams offense

I'd agree he's more important to his team's offense...because he's their lone back.

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Another we overpaid so and so contract.

Not your money.

If you don't like it, buy your own team and run it how you like.

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PFF. Overall Rating for 2011.

10. McCoy

40. Williams

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Another we overpaid so and so contract.

Not your money.

If you don't like it, buy your own team and run it how you like.

Not my money? That's funny cause the Carolina Panthers sure do cash those checks I give them.

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So 29 is the new 60? DeAngelo is in the prime of his NFL career & at a peak age for a man's physical strength. It's not the NFL of the 90's where the RB is washed up by his 30th birthday. DeAngelo has split carries with Stewart & will prove to be worth his contract. It's a different situation from a Marshall Faulk or Eddie George. DeAngelo hasn't endured the same work load.

For a NFL RB.....yeah, 29 pretty much means the end is near

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