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Old 05-04-2004   #15
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Following up on aj's comments, it would behove the Texans not to overrun DD even if he is playing fantastically for two reasons (1) to minimize the shear abuse of too many plays which increases the chance of injury and that he will be gone at a critical time and (2) to let Hollings develop so that wehn DD inevitably has injuries (as all RB's do) he isn't running in to take over having basically watched the games from the bench. It doesn't bother me a bit if the Texans have 2000 rushing yards split between two backs 1500/500, 1250/750 or 1000/1000--and the more towards the latter it is probably the more seemlessly the team will continue when one goes down.
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