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    Params: post, 457872, a:1:{i:0;s:870:"Frank... you've hit it on the head with our o-line issues. I reference that a bit in my article, but it's worth elaborating. Our run game has zone blocking principles. It is not designed to maul and get the tough yards, which is what Cedric does best really. He's not a stretch it out and find the hole kind of guy. The only mauler we have is Sitton and maybe Bulaga can also be that in his third year now. Our left side is pass-pro all the way. Because Cedric is far from a burner, any tough yards he gets will be exactly that: tough. The one aspect of the deal I love is the contract. TT took absolutely zero risk in this deal. Veterans minimum and its reduced even more if he ends up on the IR. I just don't see the "high reward" side of the zero risk/high reward argument. Hopefully I'm wrong on that, but I'm just not convinced he's the right fit for our scheme.";}, 1458829234, 1461910553
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    Params: post, 457889, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:38:"FrankRizzo, post: 457874, member: 2232";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:48:"[quote="FrankRizzo, post: 457874, member: 2232"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:254:"Bingo all the way around, but remember this is the key: With this QB, and passing offense, you don't need the RB to be a "high reward". You just need him to be available, reliable, durable. Chris Johnson is "high reward". What's that gotten the Titans?";}}i:1;s:493:" You aren't kidding with CJ2K not being the high reward. That goes for the stud RB's in general actually. My article quotes this, but it's worth repeating here... here's a list of the most recent starting Super Bowl RB's: Ahmad Bradshaw, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Pierre Thomas, Joseph Addai, Willie Parker, Tim Hightower, Brandon Jacobs, Laurence Maroney, Thomas Jones, and Cedric Benson. Kind of motley crew, don't you think! It just goes to show that in today's NFL, the passing game rulees.";}, 1458829234, 1461910553
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    Params: post, 457893, a:1:{i:0;s:61:"And Starks was the starting RB for us in the 2010 Super Bowl.";}, 1458829234, 1461910553
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    Params: post, 457894, a:1:{i:0;s:347:"When people say "you have to run to keep the D honest" it comes from an old mentality. The NFL has changed and last year showed. The changes in the rules among many other things have players passing for 5,000!!!! Yards. It's obvious who is getting the ball. It's obvious teams are going to throw it. It's just that no one can stop it consistently.";}, 1458829234, 1461910553
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    Params: post, 457897, a:1:{i:0;s:97:"Good points Frank. I also think that Green could be the guy that can catch out of the backfield.";}, 1458829234, 1461910553
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    Params: post, 457899, a:1:{i:0;s:718:"Okay, here is my prediction. Benson will make the team and start. He will play 16 games. His work load will increase as the season goes on. Green will develop and take more carries later in the season. 220 carries/ 900 yards/ 9 tds / 20 rec/ 140 yds/ 1 td Risk/Reward? He doesn't have high reward at this point - he won't go all Arian Foster for us. But he could still be a very good NFL RB. But there is little downside. Worst case scenario, he's older than we know, and he breaks down after 2 games. Then we cut him and the cost was losing development time for the young guys. On the positive side, maybe his experience helped those young guys somehow. Therefore: No Risk - potential big reward. Great signing.";}, 1458829234, 1461910553
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