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Old 02-16-2010   #26
Honoring Earl 34
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Default Re: First Round Selection Consensus

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Originally Posted by HOU-TEX View Post
I reckon he probably is, just like any RB would than runs the way he does. Maybe it's just me, but I think RB's can be had throughout the draft. Unless there's a "once in a lifetime RB", I'll pass on choosing one in the 1st.
Once in a lifetime backs are a hit away from being a dime a dozen back and that's the problem . Priest Holmes looked like a once in a lifetime back running behind Roaf and Shields . That would be my preference , build a line , but I'm not sure that will happen yet .

Having said this , I hold Earl and Walter in high esteem because they really didn't have much around them at first . They still ran hard and gained yards even though the defense keyed solely on them .
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