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    I doubt we would sign Bradshaw. Stephens-Howling should get his touches... Adding Bradshaw basically takes Stephens-Howlings out of the picture, cuz Bradshaw brings the same things. Bell's our guy, Stephens-Howlings is our change-up, and Redman or Dwyer fills the 3rd RB role (the other one? Cut him.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoe View Post
    I doubt we would sign Bradshaw. Stephens-Howling should get his touches... Adding Bradshaw basically takes Stephens-Howlings out of the picture, cuz Bradshaw brings the same things. Bell's our guy, Stephens-Howlings is our change-up, and Redman or Dwyer fills the 3rd RB role (the other one? Cut him.)
    I agree with you Shoe. We don't need Bradshaw now. Redman is still our best goal line back so I would keep him. Dwyer still has some upside based on his performance last year so I would try and trade him but if we couldn't he would be a good backup for Bell for a relatively cheap price.
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    Unless we get better, more consistent blocking up front, the running game will continue to struggle, no matter who we put back there. Maybe the change to more of a ZBS will help with that.

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    Ok...Bell breaks arm first game....we rely on Dwyer who had to come off the field after 2 carries, a goalline back, and Stevens Howling. Then we hear at years end the offense sucked and Haley should be fired.
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    We don't have to make a decision yet. Let's see what happens during camp and preseason. I bet Dwyer comes in the best shape of his life. And if he's in shape, he could still be better than Bell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    We don't have to make a decision yet. Let's see what happens during camp and preseason. I bet Dwyer comes in the best shape of his life. And if he's in shape, he could still be better than Bell.
    Bell carried the ball 382 times last season for the Spartans without any injury issues, his durability is a plus. I don't see Dwyer having the same durability often looking for the oxygen and doubt he could duplicate the carries Le'veon had.

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