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Cohen is a bum shoulder away from getting serviceable touches. Fox is running Howard into the ground. Still don't know what Fox would do with the offense if (when) Jordan misses time but Tarik could be BIG again on a team playing from behind most of the time

 

Mack is going to get his touches but must quit dropping catchable passes. Otherwise it's pine time as he is still learning to be a dependable blocker in blitz pickup

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yes, howard is pretty dinged up already and we still have half the season to go, tribs barely throws too

 

mack is supposed to the colts' designated passing back with turbin done for the season but as howlin'2 said, he had some bad drops last game

 

I have dion lewis to expend too so its something I'm considering

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51 minutes ago, TennisMenace said:

Any chance Mack can catch passes out of the backfield. 

 

He did last week so I'm hoping thats a trend that continues. Turbin being out gives him that 3rd down role

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Depending on how the waiver wire goes for me this week, I'll probably be throwing him out there. Didn't get to see much of their last game, but the receiving aspect should be available again. Houston D is also not what we expected it to be this season

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On 10/25/2017 at 9:41 AM, LSUtiger said:

 

I'm starting him this week out of sheer necessity due to multiple players on bye.  Count me involuntarily aboard the Mack train - choo choooooo!!  lol

 

Worked out pretty well. 

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4 minutes ago, ak427 said:

If Gore is traded, Mack has to be a RB2 ROS, right?

 

Easily. 

 

Colts would be fools not to trade Gore for literally anything. He's 34 years old, you're not winning anything this year, I would have traded him for a bag of deflated footballs as soon as someone called. 

 

Philly makes sense. They need a 3 down back. Bills could maybe use a competent guy to spell Shady. Panthers? 

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2 minutes ago, Lord_Varys said:

 

Easily. 

 

Colts would be fools not to trade Gore for literally anything. He's 34 years old, you're not winning anything this year, I would have traded him for a bag of deflated footballs as soon as someone called. 

 

Philly makes sense. They need a 3 down back. Bills could maybe use a competent guy to spell Shady. Panthers? 

Philly would make me really, really happy as a Gore owner.

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5 minutes ago, Lord_Varys said:

 

Easily. 

 

Colts would be fools not to trade Gore for literally anything. He's 34 years old, you're not winning anything this year, I would have traded him for a bag of deflated footballs as soon as someone called. 

 

Philly makes sense. They need a 3 down back. Bills could maybe use a competent guy to spell Shady. Panthers? 

 

Seattle?

 

they just bought big Brown in from Houston ... that hippie Carrol knows he gotta run the ball to win in the playoffs ?

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3 minutes ago, Lord_Varys said:

 

They would be better off embracing the zero rb approach. Seems to be working. But maybe. 

 

Gore is competent enough to function up there, and Brown is a huge upgrade for that o-line ... gives Frank a shot to go out on top.  

 

 

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