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stewart has a high ankle sprain

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from rotoworld...

Coach Ron Rivera clarified that Jonathan Stewart's sprain is of the high-ankle variety.

The injury is to Stewart's left ankle, not the right one that was injured in the preseason. Rivera is calling Stewart "day to day," which is hardly a realistic timetable for a high-ankle sprain. Until we hear differently, we will have to assume that Stewart will be unavailable for Week 13 at Kansas City and likely for Week 14 versus the Falcons. DeAngelo Williams will reclaim the starting job and should be owned in 12-team leagues. Lacking explosion due to September toe and ankle injuries, Stewart is looking at a lost season.

it's now or never for deangelo williams.

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Pad those stats so other teams will love you.

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Can we bring Poole back?

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I'll stick my neck out there and say I like the combo of D-Will/Tolbert...

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yay! we get to watch deangelo get dropped for losses repeatedly

i just love it -_-

maybe chud will come out of retard mode and give him formations that suit his skillset..

.. it is chud im talking about so yeah not likely to happen

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I have an awesome idea... hear me out..

OK, so Cam takes the snap from the shotgun, he hesitates a second. The defense is surely pondering why, right?

Here is the thing, instead of running it himself, he hands it off to an inferior runner in Deangelo Williams who is just standing there. I mean, they will never see it coming!

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I have an awesome idea... hear me out..

OK, so Cam takes the snap from the shotgun, he hesitates a second. The defense is surely pondering why, right?

Here is the thing, instead of running it himself, he hands it off to an inferior runner in Deangelo Williams who is just standing there. I mean, they will never see it coming!

that would be money!!

and we wouldnt lose 5 yards everytime we try it because nobody will see it coming

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The option is killing DeAngelo. I'm tired of the cute stuff. Chud, I think, is trying to use deception to cover up the weaknesses of the O line.

We don't have the guys up front to open holes. Neither of our runningbacks look good behind this patchwork of a line.

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