AFC South Rankings: RB

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AFC South Rankings: RB

  1. Colts: J. Addai, K. Keith, D. Rhodes

    1.9%
  2. Jaguars: F. Taylor, M. Jones-Drew

    60.4%
  3. Texans: A. Green, C. Brown, S. Slaton

    1.9%
  4. Titans: L. White, C. Henry, C. Johnson

    35.8%
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  1. vslyke

    vslyke In Dinger We Trust

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    IMO, they both did it. But whatever, the point is that you can't go wrong with the RBs is the AFC South. I like the Titans' stables upside, but the Colts have the best starter and the Jags have the best prove pair. And the Texans have a rainbow and Slaton (who will start at least 4 games this year).
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  2. RollTide

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    Omaha colt. Where in the hell do you get those numbers? The colts are going to average 200 yards rushuing a game? That would lead the league by far. Didn't you do any homework on this matter at all? The colts are not a running team, hello? Peyton manning?

    In the peyton manning era the colts average about 1700 yards rushing a season. You have them rushing for 3200+. Think!

    And for such a fan i guess you forgot that keith was the colts backup runner last year and will likely be that again. Rhodes was brought in for additional depth and insurance.

    As for hart a slow late rd pick he can expect to be on the practice squad.:suspect::suspect:
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  3. vslyke

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    Don't look now SEC... You need to teach two guys the meaning of sarcasm. :ha:
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  4. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    my job here is done. :super:

    roll on.
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  5. vslyke

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    Texxan

    What's your rationale behind choosing the Texans? Are you big on Slaton?
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  6. The Playmaker

    The Playmaker pineapple pizza party

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    Texxan is. I met him in smack central and we argued for over 2 hours.
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  7. Childress79

    Childress79 Loungefly ® Tip Jar Donor

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    Well said Bipolar.

    A good thread could easily have been derailed to the smack forum had Omaha not stayed cool & Bipolar stepped up to defend him.

    V10Y,you should join us over at Coltsfreaks,Omaha is a great guy.
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  8. wino

    wino True 2 the shoe..GO COLTS

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    What the hell was so hard to understand about his original post? The sarcasm dripped out of the bottom of my monitor onto my desk and made a mess! Geez...read and comprehend before responding :yes:

    I find it hard to believe NOBODY voted for the Colts! C'mon...Joe Addai doesn't exactly suck. Rhodes is back to be a fill-in on occasion. Kenton Keith has some talents, but catching the ball consistently isn't one of them. And Mike Hart has the potential to be exciting, but the NFL is a very different brand of ball than they play in the Big Ten.

    All that being said....I voted for the Jags. FT has been so under-appreciated, but he's a terrifically talented back. And MJD is simply a beast.
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  9. Texxan

    Texxan Camp Fodder

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    Na, I dont actually think the Texans have the best RBs in the AFCS. Its more homer ism than anything.

    HOWEVER, the addition of Alex Gibbs will be absolutely HUGE for us simply by considering his past resume and what he has done everywhere he has been. Basically consistent top 10 running games... period. No matter who, what, when, where or why. Its all about the offensive line with him. He breaks them completely down and rebuilds them into a well oiled yard churning/pass protecting machine. The RBs fortunately dont have to be AS good in his system. If Green and Brown can not stay healthy...we do have RB Chris Taylor (got hurt last year of course) who Kubiak is very high on. Slaton is simply the 3rd down back/home run hitter to compliment the system. Finding a long term RB will be on next years main agenda
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  10. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    it's the jags, but after that it's a toss-up.
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