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Please use spell check, it gets annoying when nitpickers do not find their own mistakes. Had to do it, I could not stop once I started.

Jackson is a beast. He is on a level all his own right now. That said, DWill has had a productive career in his own right. And is still comparable to almost any RB in the league.

The last time he went on IR, was at the end of 10. We were not going anywhere, so they shut him down. So, yes, he has been on IR once. Still a low number for a RB.

DWill is still an above average RB. Personally, I am sooooo glad he is a Panther.

Actually it was twice

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I don't think some of you people understand that if DLo wasn't splitting carries with JStew he would have top 5 numbers.

In a Fox offense, Stewart would have top 5 numbers as well if he got the touches.

Difference is, in this current offense, Stewart's ceiling is higher (style and age). It took noticeable effort for them to keep Williams involved a times last year.

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I don't think some of you people understand that if DLo wasn't splitting carries with JStew he would have top 5 numbers.

...and vice versa.

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D Will is a very good RB

So is Ben Tate but they aren't giving him $40M to split carries

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D Will is a very good RB

Matt Forte is a very good RB...maybe we should of brought him in, in case Williams and Stewart both get hurt. Also we could run some wishbone, I mean Chud is mastermind. Cam, Stewart, Forte, Williams, Tolbert all on the field at the same time. I mean we could run for more yards than The Golden Calf of Bristol's team.

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So is Ben Tate but they aren't giving him $40M to split carries

One good year vs weak competition

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Show me any DWill thread and watch the same old arguments by the same people pop up like wildflowers.

DWill is not as good as Stewart. DWill is the 3rd best fit for the offense we run. DWill is injury prone. DWill is a 2 down back. DWill is vastly overpaid. DWill is a poor receiver. DWill can't block.

What did I miss?

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Show me any DWill thread and watch the same old arguments by the same people pop up like wildflowers.

DWill is not as good as Stewart. DWill is the 3rd best fit for the offense we run. DWill is injury prone. DWill is a 2 down back. DWill is vastly overpaid. DWill is a poor receiver. DWill can't block.

What did I miss?

I don't know how Williams is not a good fit in the offense and he's not really injury prone. Stewart is the guy that's always on the injury report.

Williams has been the more consistent receiving back over the years.

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dwill's career 5.1 ypc average is the best in the nfl.

dwill and jim brown are friends.

barry sanders runs like dwill.

dwill is better than all the backs in the nfl that have had a larger workload and are a bigger asset to their team in a shorter time frame than him.

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