I just watched the replay of the game yesterday and if you look at a few plays before that run Dwyer did a blitz pick up and put his shoulder into the blitzer and when I saw it it looked like he recoiled in a wierd way. I'm willing to bet that is when he actually hurt his shoulder and when he made that long run he felt someting which is why he didn't lower it into the oncoming tacklers. Don't really know, but just speculation.
Playing Fantasy Football does not qualify you to be the in the front office or on the coaching staff of the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are professionals and you are not!
I do offer my opinions. Maybe not multiple times in every thread like you, but they are there.
I hope dwyer can succeed, but he isn't better than redman right now.
I have to agree with Eddie Spaghetti on this one....
When I first read the post I thought it was Ovi's twin brother posting...
Seriously though...Maybe Dwyer will be the better back..He has flashed some talent at times and was looking good in the preseason game....but there are a lot of players that have all kinds of talent on paper and for one reason or another (head case, injury, etc) never amount to anything in the NFL...
Right now IMO, Redman is the better back and others that are in the organization must also believe this...If Dwyer steps up and shows us the talent that many believed he had coming out of college then our RB competition will be a good problem to have....
The stars only converge for us for a fleeting moment. It's your job to recognize that, and BE READY when they do. In Dwyer/Redman's case, the stars converged this off-season. How likely is it that an UDFA and a 6th round pick get a strong shot at one of only 32 starting RB jobs in the league? You may never get this chance again! (When I say this chance, I mean: You are young, you have no injuries, you have notread onyour tires, etc.) Your attitude should reflect a day-on-the-field one, where you are balls out. In many ways, you should approach it like a lot of people approach a contract year.
[QUOTE=Shoe;518765] Your attitude should reflect a day-on-the-field one, where you are balls out. In many ways, you should approach it like a lot of people approach a contract year.[/QUOTE]
If that were the case wouldn't they be home with Wallace worrying about getting hurt instead of playing?
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