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    I'm gonna put Eddie Lacy in my mock draft as the Steelers' 2nd round choice.

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    T'eo who?

    Warmack is a beast and a half, Lacy would be a nice pick, he looks to have great potential for the next level. ND is getting dominated in every phase of the game, the offensive line of Bama is like playing Men against boys.

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    Not sure if investing in a 2nd Round RB makes much sense if they are just going with a RB rotation. Redman & Dwyer will contribute 2/3rds of the touches, so any drafed RB is only getting limited involvement. Would like a nifty, pass catching RB...


    Someone like Fresno St's Robbie Rouse might fit nicely as a late round guy that can contribute.
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    Or Arizona's Dennis Johnson as a move-the-chains type RB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadman View Post
    Not sure if investing in a 2nd Round RB makes much sense if they are just going with a RB rotation. Redman & Dwyer will contribute 2/3rds of the touches, so any drafed RB is only getting limited involvement. Would like a nifty, pass catching RB...


    Someone like Fresno St's Robbie Rouse might fit nicely as a late round guy that can contribute.
    With Warmack on our line, Chadman could get 5 a clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersteeler View Post
    With Warmack on our line, Chadman could get 5 a clip.
    And the added benefit of Chadman gaining 5 yards a tote is that each run would take close to 5 minutes off the clock due to Chadman laying down injured (read : out of breath) after every run. 15 yards, 1 quarter. Talk about clock management...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadman View Post
    Not sure if investing in a 2nd Round RB makes much sense if they are just going with a RB rotation. Redman & Dwyer will contribute 2/3rds of the touches, so any drafed RB is only getting limited involvement.
    enough with the RB rotation already and Redman and Dwyer proved this year that they don't deserve a lot of touches.

    draft Eddie Lacy in the 2nd round and Dwyer, Redman and Rainey can do what they do best...be backups.

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    I'd take Lacy in the first at 1.17 and never look back, that guy is a tank, thick lower body, good balance, makes quick decisions and finishes runs, all day with Lacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadman View Post
    And the added benefit of Chadman gaining 5 yards a tote is that each run would take close to 5 minutes off the clock due to Chadman laying down injured (read : out of breath) after every run. 15 yards, 1 quarter. Talk about clock management...
    Out of breath... you mean like Dwyer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    I'd take Lacy in the first at 1.17 and never look back, that guy is a tank, thick lower body, good balance, makes quick decisions and finishes runs, all day with Lacy.

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    He's like a clone of Trent Richardson. The guy is a beast.

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