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We should trade both Stewart AND D Will

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J Stew's stats this year- 336 yds, 3.6 YPC, 1 TD.

D Will's stats this year- 359 rushing yds, 3.5 YPC, 3 TDs

Cam Newton rushing stats- 525 rushing yds, 5.5 YPC, 6 rushing TDs.

Our 22 million dollar QB almost has more rushing yards than our 80 million RBs COMBINED! And more rushing TDs than our 80 mill RBs combined. All we talk about is trade D Will but the fact remains that Stewie and D Will are birds of the same feather and really dont have a big impact on our offense.

I say trade them both for draft picks. Use those draft picks to build our O line and draft a RB with high potential in the 6th and 7th round and let Cam continue to go ham on the ground. I know we just signed J Stew but its all about the O line, look at all these scrub RBs tearing up the league lately. RBs are a dime a dozen, I say trade them both.

Again, let this sink in. Our 22 million dollar QB has more rushing yds, YPC and more TDs than our $80 million RB duo. I know we all "love" J Stew, but gone are the days we hold on to players just because of personal reasons.

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Thats much more a product of out "non traditional" offense. I have faith that the right coach or any coach honestly can utilize either Stew of D-Will

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Armand Smith and Stewart will do quite well the next 3 years. I will agree on half of your obso. DLO has got to go.

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Thats much more a product of out "non traditional" offense. I have faith that the right coach or any coach honestly can utilize either Stew of D-Will

Exactly, even fuggin Jeff Davidson used them correctly! But as soon as Chud came their productivity declined, is that a coincidence? I'm not so sure...

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And 5 4 3 2 1.....

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Haha Prison Break, i have 6 episodes to go on netflix and ill be done with it. Great show

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Is it really that difficult to understand why our QB has more yards than our RB's?

Cam only has 524 yards on the ground this year, and our backs haven't even reached 400.

To put that in perspective Robert Griffin has over 700 yards rushing, and his RB morris has over 1,000.

Couldn't possibly be our offense and play calling though. Nah let's trade these bums.

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J Stew's stats this year- 336 yds, 3.6 YPC, 1 TD.

D Will's stats this year- 359 rushing yds, 3.5 YPC, 3 TDs

Cam Newton rushing stats- 525 rushing yds, 5.5 YPC, 6 rushing TDs.

Our 22 million dollar QB almost has more rushing yards than our 80 million RBs COMBINED! And more rushing TDs than our 80 mill RBs combined. All we talk about is trade D Will but the fact remains that Stewie and D Will are birds of the same feather and really dont have a big impact on our offense.

I say trade them both for draft picks. Use those draft picks to build our O line and draft a RB with high potential in the 6th and 7th round and let Cam continue to go ham on the ground. I know we just signed J Stew but its all about the O line, look at all these scrub RBs tearing up the league lately. RBs are a dime a dozen, I say trade them both.

Again, let this sink in. Our 22 million dollar QB has more rushing yds, YPC and more TDs than our $80 million RB duo. I know we all "love" J Stew, but gone are the days we hold on to players just because of personal reasons.

So on what planet does 525 > 695 ????

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Can posting using Madden logic be a ban-able offense now?

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Thats much more a product of out "non traditional" offense. I have faith that the right coach or any coach honestly can utilize either Stew of D-Will

Meanwhile, a rookie RB in Washington has over 1000 yards in a non traditional offense. They are running the read option, heavily operating from the pistol formation, rarely putting RGIII under C.....

More a product here of a WEAK OL and Stewart being gimpy all year.

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