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    1) Yes, if Bell stays healthy I think he will beat the numbers you stated...1300 10-12 TDs.
    2) Depends, Wheaton will likely only get starter PT if Sanders gets hurt. If Sanders gets hurt for an extended period of time he will beat those numbers. But, I just don't see enough balls coming his way. 38 catches for 500 ish and 4 TDs I think is where he will be.
    3) No, not sure he even starts unless Worilds gets hurt again.

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    No. He won't be trusted as a rookie
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    1 Yes. Although I believe a good portion of his yards will come as a receiver. RB is a position where its easier for a rookie to jump right in and contribute from the get-go. 2 No. He will make some big catches for us this year but not on a regular basis yet. 3 Yes, estimating 10 sacks. I think Worilds will falter and JJ will validate St LeBeau's trust in him to be a starter from the beginning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Discipline of Steel View Post
    1 Yes. Although I believe a good portion of his yards will come as a receiver. RB is a position where its easier for a rookie to jump right in and contribute from the get-go. 2 No. He will make some big catches for us this year but not on a regular basis yet. 3 Yes, estimating 10 sacks. I think Worilds will falter and JJ will validate St LeBeau's trust in him to be a starter from the beginning.

    Based on 1 preseason game, i don't see Jones entering DL's gameplan in a big way any time soon. Jones was ok, showed a flash or two, but also showed he was a true rookie with some learning to do. He also needs to hit the weight room in a big way. Maybe our vision is skewed after seeing JH for so long on that side of the ball, but JJ is truly light in the pants against these OL.

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