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Deangelo Williams

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The Dynamic Duo still exists.

Told ya he's still got it. Do want!

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He was never given enough touches to get in rhythm. If you heard the interview with Delhomme,he said D-lo needs multiple carries to get in rhythm. When you get the ball 6 times a game it is hard to do that. That is why I was hollering to drop the option and play power football with the backs we have.

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I never lost faith... Get this man in the I-Formation please where her can hit the cutback our bounce it outside!!

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Yeah he still has the juice, like doghead said its about rhythm.

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He was never given enough touches to get in rhythm. If you heard the interview with Delhomme,he said D-lo needs multiple carries to get in rhythm. When you get the ball 6 times a game it is hard to do that. That is why I was hollering to drop the option and play power football with the backs we have.

Yup, I remember. Been saying that all year.

I sincerely hope Williams stays. And I think he will.

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He was never given enough touches to get in rhythm. If you heard the interview with Delhomme,he said D-lo needs multiple carries to get in rhythm. When you get the ball 6 times a game it is hard to do that. That is why I was hollering to drop the option and play power football with the backs we have.

This.

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Doing what he always does.

5 YPC, Jim Brown territory.

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he's still a beast i will not lie i thought he was dun

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no doubt he can still play & contribute but he's just paid to much & we have to look to move his contract in the off season

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