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JawnyBlaze

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In Topic: Running Backs by the Numbers

Yesterday, 06:10 PM

Speaking of Denver they ran their 6th round pick RB to 2 Super Bowl wins.

3 or 4 great years is literally all you should expect from a RB. An Emmitt Smith is an aberration.

 

Man, Terrell Davis was a beast.  I was a big fan of his, even have a jersey of his.  The only non-Panther jersey I have.
 


In Topic: A Late-Season Surprise [Voth on Remmers]

Yesterday, 01:35 PM

And I'm not just referring to Remmers, talking about Norwell and Turner too.


In Topic: A Late-Season Surprise [Voth on Remmers]

Yesterday, 01:34 PM

I think this week going up against a very solid Browns defense will be the first real test of our new look OL and whether it's worth hanging next year's hat on (in addition to getting a competent LT).  So far the new guys have been playing against scrub defenses for the most part.  If we can run and give the QB time to throw tomorrow, I'll feel a lot better about next year.


In Topic: Running Backs by the Numbers

Yesterday, 01:30 PM

Yea, I think Tolbert stays.  It's not a guarantee, but he's definitely useful when healthy (and he hasn't had issues before this year).  And he's not expensive, like $2mil a year right?  I think Stewart/Tolbert/either Fozzy or a mid round draft pick will be more than sufficient.  If our RB corps gets decimated again like this year, we can always pick someone off the street like we did with Fozzy and Ogbannaya to fill in.  A solid OL will make it easier for that to work.


In Topic: School Me on Kevin White

19 December 2014 - 11:54 PM

I'm not a guru, but I watched some videos a month or so ago on him.  He looked solid, but nothing spectacular just from what I saw.  If we're in the 10-15 range I suspect one of those top 3 or 4 LTs will be available and would probably be a better pick for us.


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