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Thanatos


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

GoneWithTheWind wrote:
Would love him in Minny. I think he could easily beat out Toby as a #2 back and help spell AP and he's a great Pass Protecter. I'm sure he could find a better situation though. It'd be a great duo, I can dream can't I?


Would probably demand way too much for a #2 back. Add the fact that some team is likely going to take a chance and hope that he returns to old form when they make him the starter.
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Best pass-blocking back in the NFL. That and the memories are the only things we'll miss him for though. Brown and Wilson are both better runners than he is at this point. I wish him luck wherever he lands. Was always a fiery player. Just sucks he is 26 with feet that are more metal than man.

Would fit great with the Packers or Falcons IMO.
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Ahmad is a blue collar guy. Does everything you ask him and fights through injury. There will be a lot of teams after him.
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He'll be a Cowboy, Redskin, or Eagle.
That's how the NFC East is...

I don't see the Eagles signing him... We have McCoy and Brown as our RB's who get the majority to the carries. I don't think Bradshaw wants to be behind those two guys.
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dudes a savage at the point of contact. thats cray yo.. i know hes always hurt but if that guy gets going in end of November -December -January hes huge headache for any defense cause hes soooo damn hard to tackle and can be explosive in big moments ... glad hes not a Giant.. hope the rest of the division ignores him to..
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I honestly see him as a Packer or Patriot. I think his running style, blocking ability, and good hands would make him a prime 3rd down back for either team. I don't see him carrying the load anymore though. Those knees just aren't going to hold up to 20-25 carries a game anymore. What's sad is he's still pretty young. His hard running style has broken down his body quickly.
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I honestly see him as a Packer or Patriot. I think his running style, blocking ability, and good hands would make him a prime 3rd down back for either team. I don't see him carrying the load anymore though. Those knees just aren't going to hold up to 20-25 carries a game anymore. What's sad is he's still pretty young. His hard running style has broken down his body quickly.


Doubt it.

RB is one of our lowest needs.

We have Stevan Ridley, Shane Vereen, Danny Woodhead, Brandon Bolden and Jeff Demps.

Ridley and Vereen should get the majority of snaps and thats if Woodhead is let go and Bolden is deemed not good enough to play as a #3 or #4.
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Bradshaw would be a great fit for the Packers.
maybe the most likely team he will go to especially since we has a shot to start there
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Glad I have David Wilson in a keeper league. Cha Ching.
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Was really surprised to learn that he's only 26, seems like he's been in the league for a decade. He's one of my favorite non-Ravens in the league though. Any team that needs leadership and intensity on offense should look into picking him up. He brings a lot to the table as a backup.
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S. Taylor wrote:
He'll be a Cowboy, Redskin, or Eagle.
That's how the NFC East is...


He will NEVER be an Eagle. Evil or Very Mad
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spiritoftruth wrote:
Was really surprised to learn that he's only 26, seems like he's been in the league for a decade. He's one of my favorite non-Ravens in the league though. Any team that needs leadership and intensity on offense should look into picking him up. He brings a lot to the table as a backup.


he came in the league at 20 i believe. thats the sad thing.
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titwio wrote:
S. Taylor wrote:
He'll be a Cowboy, Redskin, or Eagle.
That's how the NFC East is...


He will NEVER be an Eagle. Evil or Very Mad


Definitely not, we don't need a bad RB to clutter up our awesome backfield.
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Wouldn't mind if Denver went after him to replace McGahee but pretty unlikely.
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atown703 wrote:
macklemore wrote:
Bradshaw would be a great fit for the Packers.
maybe the most likely team he will go to especially since we has a shot to start there
I can not see us going after him until after the draft if we don't land anybody. Plus Mike McCarthy is a huge "available" guy, he doesn't like guys that are injured a lot or miss a lot of practice, I could see that taking us out of the running.
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