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  1. Snarf

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    Seriously. He's better than both Maroney and Morris.

    He should be the starting running back.
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    Well, he is the last man standing, but seriously ...
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    No...he's a GREAT 3rd down back..but not a starter..NO!!
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    He's good where he's at. Maroney should be No. 1, once he gets healthy.

    One thing I like is having Faulk cover up the ball when he sees contact.
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    << No...he's a GREAT 3rd down back..but not a starter..NO!! >>

    Why not?

    Everyone calls him a great "3rd down back".

    Perhaps if you ran him on 1st and 2nd downs you'd see how great of an all-round back he is.

    Seems silly to play someone with such great skills only 1/3rd of the time.
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    dallas were in bits when he came in.he's an admirable player, but not our starter
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    He would get worn down if he was an every down back. He's a perfect 3rd down back. And, we are utilizing him correctly. Let's give Maroney some time and see what we have there.
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    Maroney is our #1 and hopefully people realize that now.
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    Yeah, good call, let Belichick know.
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    You are silly.
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    :agree: lets not get ahead of ourselves: Faulk is a great change-of-pace back. Someone else needs to start the pace, though.
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    What are you guys talking about? The fantasy football stats I'm looking at clearly indicate that Kyle Eckel was our most productive tailback. He should therefore start.
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    That goal line play where he tried to leap into the pile and a DLineman caught him with one hand and placed him back behind the line should give you a clue.:rolleyes:
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    << That goal line play where he tried to leap into the pile and a DLineman caught him with one hand and placed him back behind the line should give you a clue. >>

    Any Maroney dominates the line of scrimmage how?
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    You sir, are a bandwagon fan. Is this the first Patriots game you've ever watched?
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    We tried this a few years back. It didn't work.
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    And someone much stronger who happens to need work in that area and a career backup who runs 10 times stronger but got hurt makes your specious argument how?
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    Pass the bong, please
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    Yes. Finally someone on this board is making sense! :D
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    << You sir, are a bandwagon fan. Is this the first Patriots game you've ever watched? >>

    And you, sir, have been smashed in the head one too many times from falling concrete from the Big Dig.

    Faulk has always been a great player.
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