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Who will be the #2 rb behind CMC

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Everyone knows we need a legit backup for CMC, what we don’t know is who will it be.

Seems to be between Scarlett and Holyfield, have been pulling for Holyfield but really liked what I saw of JS against the Bills. 

Both guys seem to have a similar skill set, both are powerful and can move a pile, both can catch the ball.

So who wins the job?

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I really hope Scarlett from what I saw. 

CMC

Scarlett

CAP

Holyfield

FB - Armah(TE slot)

PS: Bonnafon 

If Holyfield or Bonnafon really show out the next two games though I’d be willing to drop CAP(I’m Sorries!)

Bonnafon hasn’t overly impressed me yet over what I’ve seen of Holyfield.

Scarlett looked excellent in all three phases though and using him to spell CMC during the regular season could create a nightmare for defenses. 

I will give Hurney credit if Scarlett shows out. Especially for a 5th round. He looked like a 2-3 last week. 

I really hope Scarlett is 2 behind CMC if he plays against New England. Or gets the start of CMC is rested.

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Holyfield signed with the Jags.... My bad guys, I had the wrong guy. Elijah Hood, Holyfield is still on the roster. Thanks for the corrections guys...

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Scarlett is the real deal extra explosive and strong fast as shhh hands down we need to slide him a few carries and passes whenever we happen to give CMC a rest 

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7 minutes ago, ellis said:

Elijah Hood signed with the jags.

Holyfield is still on the roster right? I can’t find anything contrary to that but... 

I really liked what he showed in the first game. 

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I believe if we really try we can talk this former great out of retirement to be Cmc’s backup. He only played for the money, so it shouldn’t be an issue. 

 

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30 minutes ago, PantherPhann89 said:

Holyfield signed with the Jags.

Wrong guy.

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50 minutes ago, Harbingers said:

Holyfield is still on the roster right? I can’t find anything contrary to that but... 

I really liked what he showed in the first game. 

Holyfield is still a Panther, as far as I know. He was impressive week one. Scarlett was impressive week two. Big game for both backs Thursday.

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10 minutes ago, ellis said:

Holyfield is still a Panther, as far as I know. He was impressive week one. Scarlett was impressive week two. Big game for both backs Thursday.

They both seemed to have the third area of RB which is sadly under commented, block/blitz pickup skills. Something we haven’t seen here in a while. I’d personally love to see a breakdown of that in the future. But you do you! You’ve been killing it so far. 

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