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He was only on our practice squad for a very short time . I don’t even remember who our RB where for 2016 besides Powell. Was it Forte? 

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Cut by both the Eagles and the Ravens, two teams who obviously don't know talent. And are habitual losing organizations. What were they thinking? I'm sure their fans are livid. right now.

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We can’t keep doing this.  All teams pass on players who turn out real good.  

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3 minutes ago, CTM said:

This guy is a jag

Raheem Mostert is not a JAG. 

He did benefit from a very good OL, but this kid is hard North-South runner. 

JAG's are the Zak Stacey's,Khiry Robinson's,Brandon Wild's the NY Jets trot onto the field. 

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19 minutes ago, JiF said:

lmfao - prior to last night, he eclipsed 100 yards once this season.  He had an epic game.  People acting like this is the norm and we can now crown him as the best RB in the league are having a little recency bias, to say the least.

Side note; I used to see Raheem surfing in New Smyrna growing up, he's a much better Football player, to say the least. 

Exactly.  The guy had a great game but it’s not like he does this a lot.  Sometimes players just have great nights doesn’t mean they are elite.  

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32 minutes ago, slimjasi said:

The correct takeaway from this is that running back is easily the most interchangeable/replaceable position on the field and there is almost never a reason to have a running back as your highest paid player. 

This.

If you think Mostert would be good behind this Jets line I don't know what to tell you...

Although ironically the 9ers have paid McKinnon and Coleman pretty good money so I'm not sure they even realize it themselves.

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3 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

Raheem Mostert is not a JAG. 

He did benefit from a very good OL, but this kid is hard North-South runner. 

JAG's are the Zak Stacey's,Khiry Robinson's,Brandon Wild's the NY Jets trot onto the field. 

He's been in the league since 2015 and you just learned his name last night because the 2 RB's in front of him had been banged up.  He's the pure definition of a JAG.  

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and every team passed on Derrick Henry at least once.  Sorry if this comes across as unduly harsh, but "Who passed on xxx" is one of the dumbest things to discuss when said player has done nothing for 5 seasons and is suddenly playing well on a good team.

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Just now, JiF said:

He's been in the league since 2015 and you just learned his name last night because the 2 RB's in front of him had been banged up.  He's the pure definition of a JAG.  

No he's not a JAG and I have on my fantasy football team keeper league. 

He's been an intriguing RB had a decent season on 2019 772 yards 8TD's 

He had a breakout game yesterday. 

 

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17 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

Raheem Mostert is not a JAG. 

He did benefit from a very good OL, but this kid is hard North-South runner. 

JAG's are the Zak Stacey's,Khiry Robinson's,Brandon Wild's the NY Jets trot onto the field. 

Those JAGs would have also benefitted from a great OL.

Cant wait to see what we can do with a solid OL and a healthy defense.

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11 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

No he's not a JAG and I have on my fantasy football team keeper league. 

He's been an intriguing RB had a decent season on 2019 772 yards 8TD's 

He had a breakout game yesterday. 

 

At least cite Wiki when you cut and paste from it. 

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Ok so where was he all these years then? Did he just turn into a beast overnight? Or could it be just one game behinds an amazing OL? F this dude. 

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59 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

Great olines and a good scheme can make many a back look really good.

timmy-smith-super-bowl-xxii-2-john-iacono.thumb.jpg.118190cb3f33ccd02da61358b42270cb.jpg

He's Timmy Smith. 

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1 hour ago, Jetstream said:

:rolleyes:     Yet another one of these. Averaging 13 posts a year and you bless us with this ? Give it a rest.

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9 minutes ago, Jet_Engine1 said:

At least cite Wiki when you cut and paste from it. 

Why it's where the information is posted. 

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1 hour ago, Beerfish said:

Great olines and a good scheme can make many a back look really good.

Two, three, four times last night Aikman was showing how the use of the FB combined with Kittle really opened up big runs.  They use these guys in effect as pulling guards that can get down field where lineman can't.

Just many good play designs.

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24 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

No he's not a JAG and I have on my fantasy football team keeper league. 

He's been an intriguing RB had a decent season on 2019 772 yards 8TD's 

He had a breakout game yesterday. 

 

lmfao - he's not a JAG because you picked him up on waivers and are stupidity using him as a keeper?

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6 minutes ago, playtowinthegame said:

timmy-smith-super-bowl-xxii-2-john-iacono.thumb.jpg.118190cb3f33ccd02da61358b42270cb.jpg

He's Timmy Smith. 

Who played with an OL that "you could drive mac trucks through"

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1 hour ago, Jetstream said:

Of course because it is all about how talented the RB is.  It has nothing to do with how good the OL is, the scheme or game plan.

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1 hour ago, Jetstream said:

Shonn Green looked great in the playoffs once too...

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I don't even remember the guy at Purdue, let alone the NFL.  He was a WR in college for 3 of his 4 years at Purdue according to his bio and his biggest contributions in COLLEGE came on special teams.

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Also, that is such a moronic article title by whoever wrote it.  He was a practice squad player, every team in the NFL just watched a guy they could have had.

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2 hours ago, Beerfish said:

Great olines and a good scheme can make many a back look really good.

yes, a RB is the least important piece of a solid running game. 

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2 hours ago, Beerfish said:

Great olines and a good scheme can make many a back look really good.

 

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36 minutes ago, HawkeyeJet said:

I don't even remember the guy at Purdue, let alone the NFL.  He was a WR in college for 3 of his 4 years at Purdue according to his bio and his biggest contributions in COLLEGE came on special teams.

Facts lol 

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1 hour ago, UntouchableCrew said:

This.

If you think Mostert would be good behind this Jets line I don't know what to tell you...

Although ironically the 9ers have paid McKinnon and Coleman pretty good money so I'm not sure they even realize it themselves.

its true. but he'd still have done better than 3.2...    go look at that game and then look at Bells seaons hilites and you see what a plodder he is.

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Shanahan Jr being around Shanahan senior who just plugged guys in at Denver and had 1000 yrd rushers all th etime...

 

 

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