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    If Bradshaw messes up our running game I am going to be LIVID...

    We FINALLY have not only a good running game, not only a great running game but a POTENT run game.

    If Bradshaw comes back and "reclaims' his starting position just because he has more experience and ****s up our chemistry and more importantly our production I'm going to be beside myself.

    Andre Brown has out performed Bradshaw ten-fold. Brown is faster, stronger, more productive, a much better receiver, hungrier and more explosive.


    Giving Bradshaw his starting job back is absolutely the wrong decision. We need to run the ball down Philly's throats. Not dance for no gain or a few yards.



    I know Brown will still get his carries but it better be the majority of the carries and Bradshaw better not make our offense sputter.

    Bradshaw gets on my last nerve sometimes. He's a warrior but he's not very productive regardless if our line was ****.



    Breathe......... woosahhh......wooooooosahhhhhhhhhhh

    Bradshaw is not the Bradshaw from 2010, it's time to give Brown his shot.
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    I think if Bradshaw is ineffective I think Brown gets the call.

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    Basing all of this on the Panthers game? Their defense is atrocious.

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    The Arizona Cardinals had 99 yards rushing, Ravens had 111, and Cleveland had 99 against the Eagles. That tells me we should be able to move the ball on the ground, the question which back is best suited to attack the Eagles wide 9, we shall see; however, the back either (Brown or Bradshaw) that is having the most success will get the most touches I would assume. This is a week that I would think Wilson's speed could really be effective. It will be a fun game to watch; however, I wouldn't worry about Bradshaw messing things up, the line is beginning to gel and anyone of the RBs should be able to have a big day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    Basing all of this on the Panthers game? Their defense is atrocious.
    I'm basing this off of Andre Browns ability.
    ALL IN!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    Basing all of this on the Panthers game? Their defense is atrocious.
    He looked pretty good against the Bucs defense too and the Bucs pretty much shut down DeMarco Murray last week.

    I think that they'll both get carries and that TC will lean more on the guy who has the hot hand
    Last edited by GMENAGAIN; 09-26-2012 at 07:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG4lifeNYK View Post
    We FINALLY have not only a good running game, not only a great running game but a POTENT run game.If Bradshaw comes back and "reclaims' his starting position just because he has more experience and ****s up our chemistry and more importantly our production I'm going to be beside myself.Andre Brown has out performed Bradshaw ten-fold. Brown is faster, stronger, more productive, a much better receiver, hungrier and more explosive.Giving Bradshaw his starting job back is absolutely the wrong decision. We need to run the ball down Philly's throats. Not dance for no gain or a few yards.I know Brown will still get his carries but it better be the majority of the carries and Bradshaw better not make our offense sputter.Bradshaw gets on my last nerve sometimes. He's a warrior but he's not very productive regardless if our line was ****.Breathe......... woosahhh......wooooooosahhhhhhhhhhh Bradshaw is not the Bradshaw from 2010, it's time to give Brown his shot.
    You can't lose your starting job due to an injury.lets hope if this happens the giants don't wait till its to late to make the change
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    wow.....
    you need to chill.
    We are talking about AB here. The guy who runs with the biggest heart in the game......
    "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
    You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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    The OP sounds like a nut. No respect for Bradshaw after ALL he's proven? Come on dude. You sound foolish.

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    Bradshaw may start, but Brown will get his carries. They'll rotate similar to Jacobs & Bradshaw. IMO Brown will get the majority of the carries. TC isn't going to give up wins just to satisfy Bradshaw.

    Having a really good running game is getting me so excited because that is what we needed to make this offense leathal.

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