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    • The Saints literally cut William's to sign Washington to be Kamaras back up while Ingram was on a 4 game suspension..    "The New Orleans Saints made a change at running back behind Alvin Kamara on Friday, promoting Dwayne Washington from the practice squad to the active roster and cutting Jonathan Williams.    Washington, a veteran of two seasons in Detroit, had 110 carries and 12 catches in his two seasons with the Lions.  For Washington, the decision represents a chance to make an impression before Mark Ingram returns from a four-game suspension next week.    New Orleans has been looking for somebody who can take some of the load off of Kamara, who was given a career-high 31 touches on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons."   https://www.nola.com/sports/saints/article_0bf8a4da-9024-5c2c-a10a-04f9c0172fe2.html    
    • Lots of offensive additions and minds. Going to be fun to see if it changes anything.
    • Point is, Washington wasn't looked at as an every down back, which Williams was. That was the original point and still is. It likely was never a Williams vs Washington conversation as to who to keep (which is what you implied), with Kamara and Ingram already both there.   On Mack, many questioned his ability between the tackles. That's why he wasn't taken till mid rounds. And that's why some still question if he'd be near as effective without a top 5 line. I love Mack, but I also think he'd be very mediocre on a lot of other teams. I also think a lot of mid round RBs and a few FAs could perform just as good.
    • The old WR coach has the title of “passing game specialist” or something like that.
    • All of your points are valid.... and had him and Luck been able to maintain concurrent, healthy careers.... we'd probably be having a different conversation.   Is TY talented enough to where he COULD have had a shot at the HoF?   Absolutely.... but the problem is that the selection committee stat-boys who vote players in are a picky bunch as it is.... and they won't vote a guy in on "what could have been".             
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