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Mike Tolbert is our best RB

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Tolbert is to fat as you are to _________

A) A good poster

B ) intelligent

C) an English Teacher

D) All of the above

D.

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Perhaps but Stewart > Tolbert > Willaims becomes = Tolbert>Stewart>Williams when /$

Oh I agree....

With what Chud does...paying a RB like Tolbert bringing in a cheap RB that fits this scheme and investing all that other cash on D, WR/TE or pass blocking OL would have been ideal.

But that is all hindsight. We didn't know what Chud would be doing.....but you could argue Hurney should know

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People keep saying Tolbert is a good fullback, I'm not sure I've seen anything that warrants that.

i got blasted for saying that during preseason.

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People keep saying Tolbert is a good fullback, I'm not sure I've seen anything that warrants that.

Those are people who haven't watched him in recent years....Tolbert has been more RB than FB. he can get the job done at FB.....but he is just a fat body RB.

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Williams does better with a fullback infront of him or in the option where he takes the ball in stride

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From a pure cost-benefit standpoint our best RBs were Armond Smith and Tauren Poole.

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other than rumbling after a wide open catch he looked like hot garbage.

He didn't even finish that run, he ducked out of bounds like a p*ssy.

Thread gets 3/10 mostly for the use of teh gif.

Time was not on our side. Game situation called for him going out of bounds to stop the clock

Get a clue

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other than rumbling after a wide open catch he looked like hot garbage.

He didn't even finish that run, he ducked out of bounds like a p*ssy.

We were down 2 scores with 5 minutes on the clock on our own 11...he took a screen (poorly thrown and sniffed out by the S) 20 yards and stopped the clock.

You interpret that was a wide open play where he was afraid to get hit?

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