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Donald Brown and Zbikowski Out vs Titans

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Donald having some trouble staying healthy this season it seems.

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I'm sure the Titans are excited. Donald Brown was gashing them in the first meeting.

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Zib and Donald are ok. Very glad that we get a look at guys that need to prove themselves. VERY GLAD!

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I would much rather have Zibby out there than Brown.

This has not been Brown's year because of injuries. But with a healthy Ballard & Carter in the backfield, we should be fine.

I still believe that Zibby plays better than Lefeged or Sergio.

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Best to let them get healthy for the (still can't believe I'm saying this) playoff run. I like both backups and really want to see Carter get more carries.

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I don't mind these 2 injuries. According to the chat room for the DET game ( I didn't see the game) Lefeged did good and had a play in the drive the lions had before our gw drive. And Ballard starting at RB is fine too. Maybe now Carter can get in too

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The Brown injury does not hurt much because we have no O Line to run behind anyway so thats a moot point unless Ballard gets another case of fumbleitus, Zb's injury may hurt more then people think, He has not played great this year or even as well as I expected to this point at least but he does know the defense and Im not sure if Lefeged does and that can come back to bite us if he gets caught out of position or where he is not supposed to be

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The Brown injury does not hurt much because we have no O Line to run behind anyway so thats a moot point unless Ballard gets another case of fumbleitus, Zb's injury may hurt more then people think, He has not played great this year or even as well as I expected to this point at least but he does know the defense and Im not sure if Lefeged does and that can come back to bite us if he gets caught out of position or where he is not supposed to be

Gavin..

..are you concerend with the physical condition of our backs..

Watching the game against Wednesday night..Ballard takes an awful beating and Brown may have come back too soon off his knee injury.

He wasnt running well and now, is hurt again...

We better have other backs ready.......behind Carter and Jerry Hughes..who do we have?

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Ballard has been getting the majority of snaps anyways, which is fine with me.

I'd like to see some more Delone "Bowling Ball" Carter in there actually.

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Ballard has been getting the majority of snaps anyways, which is fine with me.

I'd like to see some more Delone "Bowling Ball" Carter in there actually.

But without Brown Vic plays more and he cant last with the hits he's taking...like last Sunday...

..who else do we have on the taxi squad?

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