Washington still wants Larry J

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    Washington still wants Larry J

    Evidently Washington could still re-sign Larry J. Shannhan was happy with Larry J. despite rumors.  The Pats need to take a chance on Larry J., because Taylor for certain and likely Morris aren't going to make it the entire season.

    http://www.digitalsportsdaily.com/nfl/teams/washington-redskins/3678-washington-could-still-re-sign-larry-johnson.html

    And stop saying he stinks, what players do you expect are out there this time of the season!
     
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    [QUOTE]  The Pats need to take a chance on Larry J., Posted by Grogan77[/QUOTE]

    present a cost-benefit analysis on why BB should take another chance on a beat up veteran.

    i'r rather go with Woodhead and javaris james then get anothe rdisruntled RB
     
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    Plus, his history with hitting women won't go over well with the Krafts. That's a detail you can't overlook here.
     
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    Just a thought on LJ,there is not much chance that Myra Kraft will sign off on signing a guy with a domestic violence past. That said why waste time on another aging RB when you have three developemental RB's on the Squad presently in BJGE,Woodhead and Javaris James. It's just bad luck where Faulk is concerned.
     
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    Yeah I think Woodhead and Benji are here to stay beyond 2010.
     
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    Im a die hard Miami Hurricane fan and Ive seen/heard all the hype when "baby james" was a freshman at the U.Coker(who destroyed what Butch Davis built) was coach. Randy shannon is bringing the U back...so what im sayin is that he never really had an O line. I think if the pats give him a shot he will turn heads! I say stick with the backs we have now and wait until next year to get our stud for the future. 
     
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    woodhead is a shrimp, too small to pass block or pick up a blitz, or take the pounding of carrying the ball regularly. at best he is a complimentray change of pace player here and there, maybe special teams.
     
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    Well thats all we want him for, replace Kevin Faulk right?  I was thinking they might turn Edelman into a Faulk aswell.  The guy is a RB/WR, and he's tough to boot.  Anyway, the ChIEFS cut L.J.... remember...?  The CHIEFS....  OH but the chiefs O Line sucked right? ya... tell that to Jamal Charles lol.  Larry Johnson is done, he's a bruiser and a banger, and once a RB that plays like a semi truck goes down in production, they dont come back up.  Their body has taken to much abuse and to many hits.. he's done.
     
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    "Well thats all we want him for, replace Kevin Faulk right?"

    the problem with that is you are forgetting (or didnt know) that faulk was also a very good blocker in those 3rd down situations, he didnt run a draw or go out for a pass every single 3rd down his whole career, much of the time he also stayed back to help protect brady from the blitz. woodhead will get run over by linebackers in those situations.

    and the same may hold true for edelman, there is a big difference between playing out in space as a wideout where he has room to maneuver and avoid direct hits, than playing RB where he would get pounded running the ball from the halfback position and beat up taking on blitzing linebackers...and edelman already is developing a rep as someone who gets hurt often..

    i am not saying you cant line him up there at times, but it probably makes them one dimensional in that formation...try to use him there regularly and defenses will attack brady everytime

    and johnson was not released by the chiefs because they felt he couldnt play anymore, he was released for his crap attitude and remarks he made about coach haley...they felt he was a negative influence, and thats why BB probably wont touch him, not because he cant play still...after adalius thomas last year BB probably wont take a chance on LJ
     
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    Is it that bad that Larry Johnson is even mentioned as an answer to our running problems.It sounds like panic time, its only the second game of the season, calm down and let the coaches do their job. Lets not start getting scared!!!!

     
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    In Response to Re: Washington still wants Larry J:
    [QUOTE]Is it that bad that Larry Johnson is even mentioned as an answer to our running problems.It sounds like panic time, its only the second game of the season, calm down and let the coaches do their job. Lets not start getting scared!!!!
    Posted by BRADY1321[/QUOTE]

    After Taylor gets injured(he will) bascially the Pats will have Sammy and BJGE.  And if fans hopes are on Woodhead being a playmaker, then yes it's panic time.
     

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