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Old 09-20-2004   #3
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I think you can gain a lot of confidense by sitting on the bench and getting angry for a while. I also think that, while QB controversies are disruptive to team flow, RB controversies are extremely healthy. Let the 3 of them duke it out. We might get massive gains out of it all. RBs tend to gain sudden speed and power when they're fighting for a job that they previously thought they had in the bag or had alreadly completely lost--and they become ball magnets. A few good quarters by Hollings and Wells and Davis will be holding the ball with two arms all the time, like it is his golden egg paycheck, while running over people in the process, lol. He needs to appreciate being the #1 guy more and look forward to that 2000 yds. a little less. 2000 yds. and 30 fumbles is just not gonna help us.
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