- Oct 11, 2008
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Hope he lands on his feet. I think he can still help a team.
Great locker room guy, good north south power runner but doest have a "make him miss" move, and was ineffective at time in goal line situations.
Admittedly, this is tougher now because of the amount of money allocated to the RB group already, to Kamara specifically, but the thought of going with the three-headed monster post-Brees is intriguing. I don't know if Mark would go for it though, because it would require him taking a cheap contract AND being a part of a heavy rotation AGAIN.I'll be the one to ask....
When did having 3 or 4 solid running backs become a bad thing?
Remember the days of Pierre/Sproles/Ingram/Ivory ?
The plus would be he knows the offense. The downside is how good of a teammate is he when he is RB3? I will say that he seems to be handling his situation in Baltimore the right way. But if part of his leaving was he wanted to be the feature back, then I can’t see him accepting the role here when he can be relied on more elsewhere.Well it wouldn't be rookie contract money obviously, but as a running back heading into his 11th season, I'm also guessing he isn't going to get "RB1" money either
I'm just hoping that team is not atlanta... I got a bad feeling