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Old 12-24-2013   #11
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Default Re: The RB situation

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Originally Posted by aussie_texan View Post
Foster = stud but has been hurt and perhaps entering 'old' territory for RBs
Tate is more than likely to leave in FA
Johnson has impressed me as a good change of pace back.

My question is where do you guys rate the RB situation we have and how much importance do you place on it for the draft i.e. early pick or late pick.

Also whats your thoughts on this years prospects???

Personally i wouldn't mind taking a RB in the 3rd if one of Carlos Hyde or Andre Williams is there. I prefer those bigger size backs like lacy, bell, ingram etc.
That is a tough question as nobody knows the future of Foster. I agree that Tate is gone, and I think Johnson is worth keeping around. I also think that not knowing who the head coach will be makes the situation even more cloudy.

As far as the draft goes it seems that there are are plenty of RBs available for late in the draft. Grab 1 late and then see who came out undrafted.

I will say that Kapri Bibbs impressed me the other day against Washington State. Worth a look-see.
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