I don't want the planet to break in half if cam and luke hit each other
Luke got the job done but Tolbert still fell forward and almost crossed the goal line. The fullback should have picked up Luke in the gap instead of going to the left. Due to Cam's body length IMO he would have crossed the line.
There was a stretch where chud kept calling these read option plays, and Dwill struggled with the style or whatever of the play coming out of shotgun or what not. Stew seemed a bit more comfortable and used to it, and generally got a little more yards. (Used to the read option in college)
Not saying Dwill isn't as good as Stew, but during that read option spell he was a bit better for those plays. What I'm trying to get at is a healthy Stew would be a benifit and boost the run game this year. All of our running backs have talent and have different styles. As a defense preparing for these different styles is just another thing to worry about
J-Stew is a better fit for the power scheme we try to run than D-will and Tolbert due to his combination of speed and power. The hamstring injury seems to be minor and will only set him back 1-2 weeks but he will still participate in some activity. I'm hoping for a speedy recovery and a huge season with the help of Amini-Kalil-Turner.
This likely could be the weakest supporting cast Cam has seen.....going in our OL, WRs and traditional rush are all 3 perceived as the worst Cam has seen
That is reason to believe the O takes a step back.....and Cam will take the blame (fair or unfair)
I disagree we have upgraded or equal value to just about every position beside the LT. Its not like we lost 7 pro bowlers With the return of a healthy Stewart and addition of Turner our running game is far better than last years. Throw in the account the progression of Newton and this offense will be better than last years.