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micnificent28

Even with success is this d-lows last stand?

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Hope stewart comes back, looks all world for a game, and then we trade him

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I shouldn't be amazed that not one week after DWill had the 4th best rushing yardage in the league and the huddle is still looking for a way to cut him.

 

But here I am, amazed.

 

In a vain attempt to kill this thread..

 

The appropriate time to worry about DWill's contract is February.

Yes, he's 30 and no team would trade for him.

JStew hasn't played a down this year for us, lets see if he can actually run after his surgery before you clamor for a release of your workhorse running back.

DWill reworked his contract for us, he's not the money pit you may believe he is, Besides it's WEEK 4 and the cap is what it is.

 

DeAngelo a great running back, possibly the best that this team has ever had.

 

Stop trying to throw him out the door after the first quarter of the season.

 

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Who is trying to throw him out the door? I'm so impressed with him lately I' m just trying to see if there is any scenario where this current deal is voided or reworked to keep him here. The huddle is so full of noobs and self righteous dicks I never got to get a honest discussion.

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Entered thread, got angry over how stupid this post was...left thread...re-entered thread...got even more pissed.

I am now just shaking my head.

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I shouldn't be amazed that we have the 4th best running back in the league and the huddle is still looking for a way to cut him.

But here I am, amazed.

In a vain attempt to kill this thread..

The appropriate time to worry about DWill's contract is February.

Yes, he's 30 and no team would trade for him.

JStew hasn't played a down this year for us, lets see if he can actually run after his surgery before you clamor for a release of your workhorse running back.

DWill reworked his contract for us, he's not the money pit you may believe he is, Besides it's WEEK 4 and the cap is what it is.

DeAngelo a great running back, possibly the best that this team has ever had.

Stop trying to throw him out the door after the first quarter of the season.

He isn't the 4th best RB in the league....

Comments like this is why fans get deemed haters...b/c it can't help but be corrected/called out

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Who is trying to throw him out the door? I'm so impressed with him lately I' m just trying to see if there is any scenario where this current deal is voided or reworked to keep him here. The huddle is so full of noobs and self righteous dicks I never got to get a honest discussion.

He will be 31 next year. We need to be thinking about going young.....not holding on to the past

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He will be 31 next year. We need to be thinking about going young.....not holding on to the past

this is the type of response this post was for.

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