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Trent is a beast and Mark is on a team where he doesn't get much carries. Suck my hairy nutsack.
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trent is a rookie on a bad team. he had a decent year so i give him the benefit of the doubt
ingram is a bad fit for the saints but he shouldnt have been a 1st rounder. trading up for him was dumb. saints could have gotten him early or mid 2nd. dunno what they were thinking since they dont really like to run the ball
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How come fast black kids don't have any calf muscles to speak of, makes no sense to me
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Making very little sense. NoVa rants and rants. Goes off on a point and uses funny phrases that guys like you suck up, and y'all think he's an Internet badass. But I love him too. Have had a huge man-crush on him for a year. Pro-homo.
Love the guys who think they're smarter than Super Bowl-winning GMs
you mean cheating GMs?
im not wrong
ingram doesnt fit what the saints do. the saints need a slasher at runningback not a bruiser like ingram. ingram would fit in atl or tampa. the saints are more finesse. why do you think he was so good at bama and so poor in the NFL? has a lot to do with the scheme and the OL. the saints put emphasis on drew brees passing the ball, not him handing off
This post was edited by phillip740il 13 months ago
He got the most carries on the team. He only averaged 3.9 a carry. The lowest on his team.
It's Nova's board and we are all just living our pixel lives inside of it.
Hater. I don't feel like going through all the browns excuses and shiz but I will say that he will be a pro bowler within the next few years. I appreciate your input in the matter though Kitemac, destroyer of good threads.
Wasn't talking about Trent... I actually think he will be a beast. I'm talking about Ingram. He's a scrub.
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Oh I see. His stats are deceiving with the situation in NOLA. I'd like to see what he could do with a team that has more emphasis on running with one back before I make any further judgement on the matter.
You and me both bruh. Now go find a different team other than the cowboys and I will respect you as a man.
like i said earlier. hes a terrible fit there. they should try to trade him elsewhere. maybe the chargers? ryan matthews sucks and is made of glass. maybe ingram could fit there
Where did I rave... oh I didn't so your comment is invalid
This post was edited by FSUgoNoles24 13 months ago
Yeah for sure. I'm glad we can see eye to eye Phil.
im really dissappointed in ingram and thought hed have done more by now. i dont know what the deal is but he doesnt get enough touches. hes not a homerun hitter by any means but the kind of guy who wears on a defense when they have to tackle him 20+ times.
Hasn't been healthy. Aikman loves him, raves about him every time he covers the Saints.
This post was edited by 92DT 13 months ago
not healthy for 2 years? come on. hes only got 1000 yards. he looks like a big bust if he doesnt do something this year
like i said hes in a bad situation with a team that he doesnt fit. hed be better off somewhere like the jets, san diego, denver, they all need a runningback like him. the saints would be smart to trade him if they arent going to use him
When talking about a (insert position here) U, that has always meant success in the pros. Not college.
USC is RBU.
Bama has good RBs in the NFL? interesting
This post was edited by OnMyLevel 13 months ago
D'onofrio is just a pawn. This is Al Golden's team and Al's defense. Al's the clown. Dorito's just the floppy shoes.
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