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Deangelo Williams

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He is still a diminishing player and can be replaced for cheaper. I do think id rather see a more 1 back system where the main hb gets a majority of the touches to get a rhythm.

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He had 93 yards. C'mon, could have given him one more carry.

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I wish it didn't take J getting hurt for this to happen, but I'm so happy that D is getting to silence all of the haters. I don't know why people were saying he's a has-been. He's been playing for coaches that don't know how to use him, that's what's been wrong. D has still got it.

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We've hated on every single one of our players.

Cam

Luke

Dwill

Gross

Gamble

Smith

They always come back an shut everyone up.

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I've been reading all year how he doesn't fit our system, how he can't catch passes, etc. etc. etc.

The fact is he is still our best back from an all around standpoint. That doesn't mean he has to stay as that contract (and Stew's too) is a big problem. On the field though, he can get the job done.

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Double trouble and the litle fat man can play, can block, can catch and can even jump.

GO PANTHERS !

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Chud has finally been coordinating without his head up his ass the past two weeks. He's slowed the game down with the running game and shorter passes.

Deangelo has been reaping the benefits, along with Tolbert to a certain extent. Should be interesting to see how Stewart will integrate when he gets back.

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I've been reading all year how he doesn't fit our system, how he can't catch passes, etc. etc. etc.

The fact is he is still our best back from an all around standpoint. That doesn't mean he has to stay as that contract (and Stew's too) is a big problem. On the field though, he can get the job done.

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We should keep Dwill around with Stewart. Can't forget about double trouble.

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