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    Bradshaw back in 2014

    Andre Brown is gone. Jacobs is certainly gone. Bradshaw is on the open market and Reese brings him back on the cheap. It's certainly already known now that Trent is in Indy.

    How many agree this is what will happen?

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    I hope not. Loved him, but his time as a Giant is over. The dude can barely walk and is unreliable to stay healthy. Wilson will produce if given the oppurtunity and our line toughens up.

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    I'd rather they didn't. His feet will be worse and he'll be another year older.

    This team can't keep going backwards, it's quite pathetic.

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    No, Thanks. AB was great, time to move on.


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    When will people realize that NO running back could gain yards behind this line? The problem is NOT our running backs, it is our blocking. Half the time our backs were met two yards in the backfield by two+ defenders...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemandedAce View Post
    When will people realize that NO running back could gain yards behind this line? The problem is NOT our running backs, it is our blocking. Half the time our backs were met two yards in the backfield by two+ defenders...
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    No thanks.

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    I would have preferred Trent Richardson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemandedAce View Post
    When will people realize that NO running back could gain yards behind this line? The problem is NOT our running backs, it is our blocking. Half the time our backs were met two yards in the backfield by two+ defenders...
    THIS! We need to get some new blood at guard and maybe even center.

    Can you imagine Wilson running behind the line Jacobs had earlier in his career when he would hit the linebackers untouched with a full head of steam?? Wilson would be GONE every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DemandedAce View Post
    When will people realize that NO running back could gain yards behind this line? The problem is NOT our running backs, it is our blocking. Half the time our backs were met two yards in the backfield by two+ defenders...
    This.

    Also, Wilson is at the very least getting back to the LOS on the blown up plays, if not gaining yardage. Why don't we keep him in?


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