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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    This sucks. Though if there is a week that the Pats could manage without him, it's the Rams and their subpar run D.

    BenJarvus Green-Ellis = Rookie of the Week?
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    Hmmmmm, maybe I would trade Morris/Jordan out for Steven Jackson being out :halo:
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    Jordan did play before without practicing. I assume both Morris and Jordan could do this week if absolutely neccessary. I don't know if a RB missing the week of practice is always a bad thing. I think it is the position that may least need the reps during the week.
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    When you re-watch the end of the first half Morris seems fine. He had that long run and popped up. He was standing around before the half ended. so i would think it's not a big deal
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    Guess we get to see how Cassel runs the spread offense this week.
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    How is Crable out?

    They didn't even have a bus to climb in and out of this week.
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    Two words, Mr. McDaniels: Quick Slants

    Crable must have hurt himself in practice. It's his shin, I guess he could have bumped into the bench or something.
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    I would venture to guess one of the two will play..if not it's really Faulk and the rook...and I would NOT be surprised if Evans got a lot of work.
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    Evans is set up nicely for some runs since he blocked so well this week. Some good fakery could send him down the field a couple of times.
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    Re: Jordan and Morris not at paractice

    I pray to God Evans does not see any work. He might be the worst runner with the football I have ever seen. No vision, gets touched, falls down. Just abysmal. Other than that FU Revenge Game vs. Miami few years ago when he was hauled in off his couch, he hasn't done anything as a runner.

    Good STer and improving as a blocker, but the football should never touch his hands unless he is falling on a fumble.
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