Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Brady_Moss, Aug 11, 2018.
My new f****** binkie!!! #BallGame
Congratulations to you and yours. I hope your love affair lasts longer than an NFL Preseason.
Wow who is Ralph Webb is what I thought after preseason game 1. What an amazing story if he can keep this up!
If he continues to show up we're gonna be "backed" up
Hopefully he gets some 1st qtr reps to see what he has.
Had a great burst in the hole nice eyes now we need to see him against
NFL defenders instead of against guy who will be working at Starbucks in a month.
Yup. That's pretty much how I see it, although he can still show stuff regarding pure athleticism, etc, against whatever they put in front of him.
Coaches are still looking at fundamentals, techniques, and the ability & willingness to not just "do your job" but go above and beyond when the opportunity presents itself.
I like this guy.
Ralph, a good name for a rb.
This thread title reminded me of Dikembe.
RIP in peace.
You were Dikembe weren’t you
Donovan McNabb's nickname.
He was done in by the departure of his favorite player, "Larget Blunt"
I cannot figure out how they are going to keep him after such a nice game.
Rex Burkhead\James White\Sony M\Jeremy Hill with Mike Gillislee getting cut.
No cap savings cutting Gillislee
I thought it was Johnson...
I'm holding off on giving him a spot in Canton until I see him take some snaps against the Eagles' and Panthers' #1s over the next couple weeks.
$2.18M with zero dead money.
I think Gilly is definitely the odd man out and our Pats love the RB by committee approach. This way you can maximize a guy in what you think he does Best. Jeremy Hill is a Tough inside runner who should be a factor near the red zone and in Short yardage. Burkhead is nice change of pace back who doubles as a runner and pass catcher: but is not a work horse type. White is a lethal pass catcher. Webb might be a mixture of Hill/Burkhead. Patriots carried a fair number of RB's last year and could do it again this year.
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