Thread: The end of DD?
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Old 09-20-2004   #1
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Default The end of DD?

I am not saying he will no longer be a good running back but I think we will not see the same RB with that quick burst to the whole anymore. Yesterday, after the two fumbles, I saw a different running back. I saw a guy that would get 6to 7 yards on some of those carries only getting like 3 because he was too concerned with holding the football. I think this will now play a role in his ability to make those big runs he used to make.

Also, I feel that he needs to not start this coming weekend. Still play him, just don't start. Let him get a feel of what it was like before he got to start for us. Capers always talks about putting the people in who give you the best chance to win games, well fumbling hasn't helped us yet. I doubt this happens though because it hasn't already.

Don't get me wrong, I know in my heart Domanick is going to be a good player for us, and quite honestly i like that we make him a focal point of our offense but he has killed some really good drives this season and we haven't been able to show the kind of team we are because of it. C'mon Domanick stop doing your Tony Hollings impersonations!!!
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