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Where does Stewart fit in?

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Three running back combination...don't think we can make that work.Looks like Deangelo needs snaps to get into a groove, and Tolbert is our short yardage guy and needs to stay that way. Add Cam getting rush yards and then Barner waiting for a shot.How can we use him to our advantage without disrupting the flow of our running game...splitting snaps like that never seems to work.Somebody isn't getting the snaps.Any ideas??

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all running backs need snaps to get in a groove. how stewart and williams have been able to make it work is a testament to their talent. 

 

if stewart comes back, they'll do what they've been doing since 2008...be double trouble.

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If he can actually play, then I say start him with 5-10 carries maybe, but mostly I think we should look to use Stewart as a receiver.  He's deadly in the open field and is a better receiver than DWill.  I think DWill has earned the workload though.

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Damn, I literally just posted a topic, my bad for not reading.  

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u guys who want to trade DW or Stew....honestly what do you think we could get for them? 5th rounder? would rather hold on to them

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Hopefully, Jonathan Stewart will be back from PUP this week.  I'd like to see some opinions on how he will be used and what type of production we can expect.

 

My guess is D-Will will still get the 15-20 carries.  Stew will get 5-7 unless he shows a lot.  Hopefully this doesn't cut down from how successful Tolbert was yesterday.

 

I'd love to see Stew used in the screen game but Williams looked good there yesterday too.

 

I hope he helps but honestly don't know what kind of impact we can expect from him.  Our run game has been pretty solid throughout.  

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