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jrh687

I think Mike Florio is right about everything he says here.

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Yea, and keeping both would be retarded to the 8th power

I agree.

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All for getting rid of one of them. Don't like the idea of cutting both and starting over.

Anyone crunched the numbers of what that woudl mean from a Cap perspective?

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jrh687 = Florio?

did not click link, feel better about self

winner!

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I would dump both if I could get Gio or Lattimore in the 4th.

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Dumping both is suicide far as safety cap.

Dumping d.Williams, while trading Stewart away would be the only way to overcome it financially.

Then we'd have to draft another running back that would then have to learn a new system. Into of all the other needs the team has.

That wouldn't make our team better at all.

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All for getting rid of one of them. Don't like the idea of cutting both and starting over.

Anyone crunched the numbers of what that woudl mean from a Cap perspective?

This is why I said he was dumb. That would destroy our Cap.

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Nooooooooo no no no. Keep Stew, just restructure him. What is with these writers?

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As mentioned above, the best way is to trade Stewart and dump Williams. Finding a David Wilson type player on the draft paired with Tolbert is not the end of the world considering how under utilized the position was used the last 2 years.

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