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View Poll Results: Which THREE backups do you want to see getting playing time the next few weeks?
Baldwin, Jon. (I'm not sure if he's technically a backup, but whatever.) 12 16.90%
Bellamy, Josh 4 5.63%
Breaston, Steve 10 14.08%
Cassel, Matt (Hey, I have to be thorough.) 4 5.63%
Copper, Terrance 2 2.82%
Daniels, Travis 1 1.41%
Draughn, Shaun 2 2.82%
Gray, Cyrus 29 40.85%
Greenwood, Cory 3 4.23%
Hartman, Tysyn 4 5.63%
Hochstein, Russ 1 1.41%
Jones, Edgar 4 5.63%
Maneri, Steve 3 4.23%
Mattison, Bryan (Who? He's listed on our active roster.) 6 8.45%
McCluster, Dexter 3 4.23%
Newsome, Jamar 7 9.86%
Powe, Jerrell 26 36.62%
Smith, Shaun 2 2.82%
Stanzi, Ricky F'ing 55 77.46%
Stephenson, Donald 13 18.31%
Studebaker, Andy 4 5.63%
Thorpe, Neiko 7 9.86%
Toribio, Anthony ("You can't lose your job to injury") 2 2.82%
Williams, Leon (Who? Hey, active roster) 2 2.82%
Wylie, Devon 23 32.39%
Practice Squad - DeMarco Cosby 1 1.41%
Practice Squad - Jose Gumbs (Best name ever) 3 4.23%
Practice Squad - Junior Hemingway 8 11.27%
Practice Squad - Jerome Long 2 2.82%
Practice Squad - David Mims 3 4.23%
Practice Squad - Rich Ranglin 1 1.41%
Practice Squad - Quan Sturdivant (No, THIS is the best name ever.) 4 5.63%
Whichever Patriots reject we sign next 1 1.41%
No playing time for backups - Helloooo! We play. To win. The game! 2 2.82%
I really, truly, honestly don't give a damn, Scarlet. 8 11.27%
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:27 PM  
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What benchwarmer do you want to see playing in the final weeks of 2012?

Okay, I'll admit it. We're out of the playoffs and probably wouldn't go far even if we were in.

Now is the time to evaluate some of our backup players and see what we've got. What backup would you most like to see getting playing time in the next few weeks?

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Old 12-10-2012, 01:53 PM   #16
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In order, I'd go with:


Donald Stephenson - I really liked what I saw from him the last couple of weeks. If he looks good, Albert could be trade bait or move to a different position.

Jerrell Powe - I really like what I'm seeing from Dontari, but I'd like to see more of Jerrell. Maybe one of them could replace Dorsey.

Edgar Jones - Looks like a beast and acts like a beast. Could he be a beast?

Honorable mention -

Cory Greenwood. Great special teams guy. Could he be more?
Jon Baldwin. At some point it would be nice to target this guy a few times.
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:53 PM   #17
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:57 PM   #18
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I'd like to see Stanzi, Gray, Powe and Hemmingway play

This is why this franchise is so fail. we are 2-11. Who ****ing cares. We obviously know enough about certain players may as well see if we have a diamond in the rough or see if they can even be on the roster next year.

A team that refuses to evaluate it's own talent is just pathetic.
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:59 PM   #19
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I'd like to see Stanzi, Gray, Powe and Hemmingway play

This is why this franchise is so fail. we are 2-11. Who ****ing cares. We obviously know enough about certain players may as well see if we have a diamond in the rough or see if they can even be on the roster next year.

A team that refuses to evaluate it's own talent is just pathetic.
The thing that kind of scared me about this exercise is that there really weren't a lot of unknown talents on our roster. Most of our backups have proven that they're backups.
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:02 PM   #20
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:11 PM   #21
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:11 PM   #22
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It is beyond stupid that we haven't seen Stanzi the last few games, but we have Coaches trying to eek out wins in order to save their job.

I was all over Quinn's sack after last week, but once again you guys were right, he sucks and needs to be shit canned.

If the GM and HC was just let go they could move on and be trying some of these players out.

I went with Baldwin, Powe and Stanzi.
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Gray for sure. whatever happened to him? Injured or has he been Pioli'd ?
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:33 PM   #27
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Gray for sure. whatever happened to him? Injured or has he been Pioli'd ?
Pioli'd

he was suited up vs Cleveland and I don't remember seeing him once. Maybe he's a terrible pass blocker or something...
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