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Sunday is all about the "Run"

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Not to hijack a thread or anything but could we do a how bad is fua thread? Like, fua is so bad that he makes Terrell McLain seem serviceable. Or fua is so bad Sean Gilbert seems like a good deal now.

Thats a great idea... Start here...

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in my expert opinion, every game is about the run

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All about the run huh? About how they run all over us? That what you mean?

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Thats a great idea... Start here...

Thanks guy! Huddler of the year right here folks.

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Watching the Panthers is like having the runs.

Yes.

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Fecesiality at its finest....

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Smith? Lol okay

Smith had some nice runs in pre season - Im looking forward to seeing how he does - I hope he and Poole can replace our multi million dollar backs next year and free up some money to fill in some holes.

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I think Smith's biggest contribution will be in the passing game. I love DWill but he has stone hands.

BTW, when was the last time we had a 100+ yard rusher in a game?

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Here's when u know ur team's running game needs a lot of work, when ur qb is getting more rushing yards than those who get to run with the ball.

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