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    I'm tired of bradshaw

    AB is way past his prime. get our young bucks in there. we Definitely need to get some offensive lineman. that's our weak spot.
    Formerly Brandon Jacobs

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    He isn't past his prime, he just has no patience and does not press the hole. Dude left mad yards on the field by cutting back. Brown needs to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach Carter View Post
    He isn't past his prime, he just has no patience and does not press the hole. Dude left mad yards on the field by cutting back. Brown needs to start.
    He is now injury prone, but he still runs hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach Carter View Post
    He isn't past his prime, he just has no patience and does not press the hole. Dude left mad yards on the field by cutting back. Brown needs to start.
    prime example was that 1 yard run just prior to the barden PI. He takes the ball and quickly decides to bounce it outside and gets tackled for a 1yard gain. the play has been looked at and it was said if he followed Baas he would have gained min 8 yards or so. He has no patience to let a play develop. If Brown were in there he would have run the play the way it was designed and and would have been right in Baas back pocket.
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    Bradshaw is an avg RB and thus easily replaceable, hopefully Wilson (if he improves) will be our starter next year

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    Its not like Brown did any better yesterday, but with more carries who knows.

    They ran behind the same line against the same D and got the same results - squat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
    Its not like Brown did any better yesterday, but with more carries who knows.

    They ran behind the same line against the same D and got the same results - squat.
    Bradshaw was involved in 85% of snaps.....Brown was in on 13%....the poor running was all on Bradshaw last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
    Its not like Brown did any better yesterday, but with more carries who knows.

    They ran behind the same line against the same D and got the same results - squat.
    Brown played 9 snaps. Hardly was given a chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Brown played 9 snaps. Hardly was given a chance
    No doubt - doesn't automatically mean anything though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
    No doubt - doesn't automatically mean anything though.
    Running backs need to get into a rythym. Look at McCoy....he did zilch the first half, and then broke open in the 2nd half.

    If the Giants used Brown, and went up tempo to prevent Philly from rotating, it would have made a difference.

    Bradshaw is running with heavy feet.....he's just not the same back as he was a few years back.....his feet, his ankles, and now his neck. Time to turn the page.
    Last edited by joemorrisforprez; 10-02-2012 at 10:29 AM.

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