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Mom is up in the stands screaming nooooooo!

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Holy crap... LOL

good time for #3 to make a "career decision".

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#3 must not have read the scouting report.

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Holy poo, that picture is awesome.

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#3 stuck him. Put him on his back.

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There was a guy like that that played for a rival highschool team of mine. Anybody that tried to tackle him would at the very least get a dislocated shoulder

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#3 is nakamura

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    • To me this off-season it makes the most since to keep CAP or Foz if it comes down to those two. CAP may be average, but that's as a 1st and 2nd down back which CMC, & Whit are not at this point from a full time perspective.  CAP is the best option to maintain a physical runner in the event (likely-hood) Stewart has to miss a couple games as he tends to each season.  I think it's common sense at this point. If we look at Stewart for what he is ''right now'' aside from pass protection there is not '' a lot'' that really separates him from CAP in my opinion, a few years ago it was a bigger gap, but at this point in Stewart's career he's becoming just a power runner, CAP is the closest we have to that. 
    • Dummy, come on man.    Rivera and DG tanked that game for a high pick. You guys know nothing about running a team.    The question now is, do we as huddles think you're a decent poster anymore. Answer is "no".  
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