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Our RB attack this week

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Maybe we slow down this pass rush with some HB passes out of the backfield and some well timed runs up the middle. I'd like to see what Hines can do in space.  Wilkins seems capable of getting the job done between the tackles. Let's hope the OC dials up some good plays!

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10 minutes ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Mack out again lol.. really maybe the NFL might not be the best choice lol. Get better bro!

Patiently waiting for that late round gem everyone says grows on trees!

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1 hour ago, MPStack said:

Patiently waiting for that late round gem everyone says grows on trees!

I wouldn't give up Quentin or Leanard for any RB in this past draft. I'm not

a fan of any skill player early, except a franchise QB.

 

We have tried that blueprint with Polian and it only led to disappointment

in the playoffs.

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8 hours ago, dodsworth said:

I wouldn't give up Quentin or Leanard for any RB in this past draft. I'm not

a fan of any skill player early, except a franchise QB.

 

We have tried that blueprint with Polian and it only led to disappointment

in the playoffs.

Oh is that the disappointment of being in the playoffs every year that you dislike because you didn't win the Super Bowl? or if you can't win the Super Bowl you would rather suck as a team? 

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