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Even with success is this d-lows last stand?

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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 a wonderful off season topic, but is immaterial for at least the next 11 weeks.

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Don't hold your breath on Stewart's return this season… or ever.  Sure, the Panthers are saying all is well with his recovery, but I'll believe it when I see it.  And if he can't go this season, what makes you think he's not expendable? His contract? Gettleman will eat that if he thinks it's best for the long-term; we've seen him do that already.  No, DeAngelo's release/trade isn't a foregone conclusion, not as long as Stewart isn't reliably healthy.  And that, as we've seen, IS a foregone conclusion.

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how about to just play wait and see...things change from week to week. D-Will is old for a running back but he has low game miles because has shared carries his entire career. I dont think its out of the question that we can get a few more years old of him unless something better comes along or stewart magic gets healthy

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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

He was after week 3.

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so keep that guy that doesnt see the field over the guy that is still producing?  is that the panther way or something?

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He was 4th in rushing in week 3, I stand corrected.

Big difference in the two the statements

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He was after week 3.

No, he wasn't the 4th best RB in the NFL

He accumulated the the 4th most rushing yards. All other production disregarded. Other RBs had more overall production....list was longer than 3.

A lot of teams were also getting a lot more out of their collective RBs as well. Which is really what matters .

Williams stat was in large part bc our 2 other RBs were injured. A team like HOU was getting better production from their RBs

Williams has been good. He isn't paid for good.

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DWill contuines to prove himself...JStew...not so much.

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He's the 1st best RB in the league.

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He certainly was the most improved running back after Chud left. 

 

BTW, I was not shocked at all to see Chud trade his premier running back for a box of chocolates.. 

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Big difference in the two the statements

Can't let a sleeping dog lie eh?

 

I've edited the original post to more accurately reflect the facts.

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Dwill running hard and good.....Stewart is a wait and see.....hoping barner really adds something to this Off....his speed is crazy....

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