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    Brown ran like #27.

    Very Reminiscent of Rodney Hampton's style. I love the way he finishes his runs. Those Panther safeties are heading for the trainers room, today!

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    He was great. He looks like the goal-line back if Bradshaw comes back and obviously takes the starting job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Husky View Post
    Very Reminiscent of Rodney Hampton's style. I love the way he finishes his runs. Those Panther safeties are heading for the trainers room, today!
    Note sure I see the comparison ... Hampton was more elusive than Brown ... Brown seems more of a north/south runner than Hampton.

    But both were patient with their blocks (this is the first time I've seen Brown be that patient).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Husky View Post
    Very Reminiscent of Rodney Hampton's style. I love the way he finishes his runs. Those Panther safeties are heading for the trainers room, today!
    kind of off topic, but isn't it weird seeing a #27 in the secondary?

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    he looked as good as Jacobs ever did last night imo. The great thing is i dont think his success was a fluke. he runs north south is very physical, protects the ball, has great quickness/explosion...he's legit imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    he looked as good as Jacobs ever did last night imo. The great thing is i dont think his success was a fluke. he runs north south is very physical, protects the ball, has great quickness/explosion...he's legit imo
    Love his patience, waiting for blocks to develop.

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    Kind of reminding me of Tiki more the way he follows his blockers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    he looked as good as Jacobs ever did last night imo. The great thing is i dont think his success was a fluke. he runs north south is very physical, protects the ball, has great quickness/explosion...he's legit imo
    Lol I was reminded of Jacobs trucking Landry a couple of years ago, when Brown ran over Kuechly at one point.

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    it'll be interesting to see if it's brown or the line.

    we know it's definitely the line to some degree, we'll have a better idea of how much of it is the line when bradshaw comes back.

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    krunch, whatd u think of kuechly? Enigma posted a PFF article and he has struggled BADLY. i remember a ton of us here were praying we could get him...somehow i think we made out just fine w/o him. our LB core is looking sick.

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