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DeAngelo Willams Needs To Be Cut ASAP.

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BOO THIS MAN!!!!!!!!

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Piss off Paige = fug u fug

Genius!

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Like I said Stewart can carry the load and you won't even notice Willams is gone.

Yes let's get rid of at least 500 yards of guaranteed offensive production and that's being very modest.

 

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Like I said Stewart can carry the load and you won't even notice Willams is gone.

 

 

When he is healthy.

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When he is healthy.

Let's not revert to hyperbole. Stewart has been more durable than Williams thus far.

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You need to be banned ASAP

 

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Lets not get ahead of ourselves. We don't know if Barner is ready to step in for DWill's role. The tools are there to be a good scat back but Williams is a good blocker and still has his moves. We lose Williams, Stewart gets a nagging injury, all the sudden we got Tolbert starting(which isn't bad) and Barner spelling who might have a case fumblitis like all rookies do.

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This thread is going places.

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