Bennetts Drops Cost The Team, Despite Havng A Good Game

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  1. Vigsted

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    Actually Henry had 4 runs of 1-3 yards to gain and 5 runs with more than 5 yards to gain. If you take out all his short yardage runs his ypc is 2.4.

    Fact is Henry is only good for 1-3 yards on most carries, and that's how he should be used.
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    Grass toe just dosent quite have the same ring to it as turf to does.:lol:
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  3. Bobo

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    Saying he's only good for 1-3 yards on most carries is fact? He's averaged 4.0 his career, and he's never been a guy to bust many long runs. If anything, he should be more like 3-5 yards on most carries.

    He shouldn't just be used on short yardage. He should do most of that, but also spell Brown. He's not just one dimensional.
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  4. avvie

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    No, grass toe is what happens when Ricky Williams stubs it on the coffee table.
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  5. bongo59

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    In reference to Drew Bennett..................I disagree with anyone who thinks he had a good game....................He was thrown to an unreal 17 times and caught but 8...............that is a horrible line for a WR.................but typical Drew.
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  6. Fry

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    how many of those were ten feet over his head on the sideline?
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  7. agreed
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  8. TitanJeff

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    I noticed Collins threw the ball away a number of times last Sunday.
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