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Old 10-15-2012   #42
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Default Re: Do you think Arian's vegan diet has made him a lesser RB this year?

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Originally Posted by Double Barrel View Post
I see a lot of pressure from that side and the running lanes are not opening up. We see the calls going to the left a lot, and other teams are taking notice and playing that side of the field strong.
no matter who is playing, the RG keeps getting clowned this season. many of those disrupted pass plays come from pressure right up the gut.

If Kubiak can't strait up fool you with play action his pass routes that are slow developing we are in trouble. I think this offense was eating kittens early in the year with the weak schedule.

Now that all this is on film we may be in for a rough stretch....I'd say that I'm hopeful that Kubiak can scheme his way out of this but where is he getting more speed from? This offense can't do what it needs to do if AJ can be taken away at will and the RB is running more like Ron Dayne than A Foster. Then we still have line issues.
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