Jonas Gray

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    Jonas Gray

    Not sure if anyone else has mentioned him. I was impressed. He ran hard. He runs low to the ground with force. Reminded me of Jones-Drew. It's going to be tough for him to stick, but I like what I see. 

     
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    I agree with you. I really like this kid. Even in the redskins game last week I thought that with the limited time and blocking he got, he flashed something. Last night was even better. I hope he sticks around, atleast on the practice squad.

     
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    Re: Jonas Gray

    In response to BBRules' comment:
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    Not sure if anyone else has mentioned him. I was impressed. He ran hard. He runs low to the ground with force. Reminded me of Jones-Drew. It's going to be tough for him to stick, but I like what I see. 

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    Agree, except he's not as talented as Drew, but I get the body style comparison.  I liked him more than Houston coming out for sure. Houston runs way too high and won't make it in the NFL for that reason. He's an injury or a fumbler waiting to happen.

     
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    Re: Jonas Gray

    seems to me Gray is am investment in next years RB group

     
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    Re: Jonas Gray

    He played well last night. I have no idea if he is going to amount to anything, but stranger things have certainly happened at the running back position. I think it was Priest Homes that was basically a nobody until he got his chance, and when he finally did he was "the man" in the NFL for a few years. I think running back is just that type of position...things happen.

    Gray looks like he loves football and he is built like a lead runner. Who knows?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2165100-jonas-grays-breakout-preseason-performance-proves-hes-worthy-of-nfl-roster

     
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    Re: Jonas Gray

    I see him more as a practice squad candidate than a 53-man-roster guy . . . assuming Ridley doesn't get cut. 

    I like him, but it's hard to figure out how he'd fit on the roster with so many other guys in front of him.

     

     
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    Re: Jonas Gray

    We have a nice stable of RB's, but not really a big, physical power-back like Blount was.  Gray would certainly fill that role if he made the team.  I wonder if BB let Blount walk because of Gray's presence?  Makes me wonder if Gray might have a better chance to make the team than most people think...

     
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    Re: Jonas Gray

    In response to WazzuWheatfarmer's comment:
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    We have a nice stable of RB's, but not really a big, physical power-back like Blount was.  Gray would certainly fill that role if he made the team.  I wonder if BB let Blount walk because of Gray's presence?  Makes me wonder if Gray might have a better chance to make the team than most people think...

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    Actually Blount was not, is not such a physical runner. He is big but not so physical. Easy to think of him that way cause he is so big. But you never have seen him move a pile. RIdley and Bolden run with more authority. Gray seems to also.

     
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    Re: Jonas Gray

    I liked what I've seen of him so far.

     

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