View Poll Results: On the record 2.0

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  • Bernard Pierce

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  • Robert Turbin

    5 62.50%
  • Cyrus Gray

    1 12.50%
  • Ronnie Hillman

    0 0%
  • Chris Rainey

    2 25.00%
  • Vick Ballard

    0 0%
  • Tauren Poole

    0 0%
  • Terrence Ganaway

    0 0%
  • Bobby Rainey

    0 0%
  • other

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od2sdLUOtys

    you know after looking a little more I kind of like this guy.... The DT is one of the NT that will be a decent NFL Run Stoper..

    That game was fun to watch...
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    Terrence Ganaway looks to be more control and more power then most backs in the draft .
    "I'm just going to go in and bust my ass on and off the field."
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    Bernard Pierce oh my .. love him for the Texans or redskins ... He is fun to watch he sure runs to daylight.

    You can see the love of game in his play all out balls to the wall play.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEgLQdGi7fM
    "I'm just going to go in and bust my ass on and off the field."
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    If I were looking simply for a good "running" back, I would go with Turbin. But I think that we need to design our offense around Manning as much as possible, so Rainey seems more logical with his speed and receiving ability.

    While his profile appears right for our offense, I wouldn't take him due to his character issues.

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    receiving ability also fits Turbin ..yes rainy is more a put him wide..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RDog View Post
    If I were looking simply for a good "running" back, I would go with Turbin. But I think that we need to design our offense around Manning as much as possible, so Rainey seems more logical with his speed and receiving ability.

    While his profile appears right for our offense, I wouldn't take him due to his character issues.
    I'm guessing you mean Chris Rainey. What you say makes sense.

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    Dunno why Rainey's character is made such an issue. He sent a disturbing text message to an ex girlfriend. People act as if he has major character concerns after that. Whooooooopdie doooo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56crash View Post
    Robert Turbin one huge problem does the Steelers pick before us in the 4th . The NY Giants in the last of the 3rd round is probably going to gobble him up any ways ..

    those two teams ....Ram will be looking hard at him also..
    He won't last till the 4th.
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