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Keep Armond Smith!

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I don't care how stacked we are at RB, this dude could be the future.

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id take him over poole for sure

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I think he's in for sure.

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It's going to be a tough decision, but Armond Smith is making himself known.

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I don't care how stacked we are at RB, this dude could be the future.

Future bench warmer for sure

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Poole is better. Smith has been in more today so he has had more chances to make big plays but the plays poole has made have been even better. I like Smith though. I think it is too close to call. I'll be happy either way. They are both better than Vaughan that's for sure. And that is what is all about. Improving the team.

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fug u fug

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Poole looked pretty damn good too. It'd be nice if we could keep them both and have a stud free agent DE or CB with the money we instead used to resign DWill.

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Smith has played pretty damn good so far. But I guess this is where Hurney draw a name out the hat to see either Smith or Poole get to stay.

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