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BOOM - is right! Running from behind the exact same OL as TR does!   Please enough with him - sign Rice!

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Trent doesnt come back next year. We need to draft a running back with our 2nd or 3rd pick

I don't know if we need to go that high for one..

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woohooo right no cue!  Amazing huh?   Now can we please stop blaming the OL for TRs failures?

 

That has to be "one" of the longest RB TDs by a Colt in a long time!   WTG Boom!

 

Now please please please stay healthy boom!

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