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    If Wilson is THE RB...

    as in the starting RB, would you still want him returning kicks? tough debate. I personally would lean towards saying no, simply because it's so high risk when they guy is your starting running back. Flip side, is the avg starting field position improves drastically and the potential to break one at any moment.

    Part II: who returns those kicks if he doesn't?

    Part III: Even if Wilson is #-2 to Brown, would you still risk him on KO returns, given how valuable having two backs has been for us during Tom's time here

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    Quote Originally Posted by elitocruz View Post
    as in the starting RB, would you still want him returning kicks? tough debate. I personally would lean towards saying no, simply because it's so high risk when they guy is your starting running back. Flip side, is the avg starting field position improves drastically and the potential to break one at any moment.

    Part II: who returns those kicks if he doesn't?

    Part III: Even if Wilson is #-2 to Brown, would you still risk him on KO returns, given how valuable having two backs has been for us during Tom's time here
    I see WR/RB still being a need in 5th-7th, but just make sure the guy can return....Antonio brown/Johnny Knox type

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    Yes, I would "risk" him. How often do you actually see returners get hurt?

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    i think we bring in a vet RB from FA.
    The pessimist complains about the wind;
    The optimist expects it to change;
    The realist adjusts the sails."
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    JASON SEHORN... i know it's 100 years ago but it's still burned on my brain.
    Quote Originally Posted by fizzlesticks View Post
    Yes, I would "risk" him. How often do you actually see returners get hurt?

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    Wes Welker returned punts then played on offense.
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    i think we bring in a vet RB from FA.
    To do what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elitocruz View Post
    JASON SEHORN... i know it's 100 years ago but it's still burned on my brain.
    Yeah and even though this is a whole new team since that time, I think it is burned enough on the psyche of the Mara's to never have that happen again. I think Wilson goes to full time running back and the torch gets passed to Hosley or someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elitocruz View Post
    JASON SEHORN... i know it's 100 years ago but it's still burned on my brain.
    From my brain to your keyboard. I think his name alone makes the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fizzlesticks View Post
    Yes, I would "risk" him. How often do you actually see returners get hurt?
    Oh hai


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    If he is the starter he won't be returning kicks.

    Guess it's Jernigan time. Or Scott takes that role.

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