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    I don't like the 2 RB system at all.

    Either stick with Bradshaw, or go with the hot hand Brown, not this Bradshaw one play, Brown the next play circus act that does not yield any flow to the offense and no rhythm for both RBs. Gilbride is so messing this offense up it's unreal.

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    Yeah I was never a fan of the nonsense either. When Tiki was here, he had runners to spell him. Yes Coughlin won 2 titles so who am I to judge but I wish they find a dominant back so we can live and die by him. Too much controversy for my taste.

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    Brown needs more carries....He hits the hole harder then bradshaw and has the power to push the pile where Bradshaw does not.....Bradshaw had his day, but I think Browns time is now

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    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    Brown needs more carries....He hits the hole harder then bradshaw and has the power to push the pile where Bradshaw does not.....Bradshaw had his day, but I think Browns time is now
    Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
    A. Bradshaw 13 39 3 0
    A. Brown 5 14 2.8 0
    Receiving

    Yes he "hit the hole much harder" just like jacobs did.

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    We should've stuck with what was working until the Eagles proved that they can shut it down. Brown seems like a back that gets stronger as the game wears down. He never got a chance to get in rhythm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by appodictic View Post
    Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
    A. Bradshaw 13 39 3 0
    A. Brown 5 14 2.8 0
    Receiving

    Yes he "hit the hole much harder" just like jacobs did.
    Thats a pretty small sample size....just look at the tape. Brown is much more decesive in his running, collinsworth even noted that....Also when was the latst time bradshaw had rushing performances that Brown put up in back to back weeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by appodictic View Post
    Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
    A. Bradshaw 13 39 3 0
    A. Brown 5 14 2.8 0
    Receiving

    Yes he "hit the hole much harder" just like jacobs did.
    Maybe because they knew we were gonna run him when he came in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    Thats a pretty small sample size....just look at the tape. Brown is much more decesive in his running, collinsworth even noted that....Also when was the latst time bradshaw had rushing performances that Brown put up in back to back weeks?
    When was the last time bradshaw faced the two worst defensive teams in football. The fact is all your brown lovers got your fair and balanced test. One day same defence and he did worse.

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    This 2 RB system makes it convenient for Gilbride to abandon the running game too, it gives him an excuse to go pass-happy when there isn't a dominant rusher statistics-wise, running game for Gilbride is pretty-much window-dressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    Thats a pretty small sample size....just look at the tape. Brown is much more decesive in his running, collinsworth even noted that....Also when was the latst time bradshaw had rushing performances that Brown put up in back to back weeks?
    Right it was not a small sample size when he ran for 100 yards on the bucks but now that he ran for 15 yards on the eagles its a small sample size. Brown is not bad, just the oline sucks there you have it.

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