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My vote is for the Steelers. They could use some RB help and I think it would be a great fit.
Any place with a nice OL. He deserves it.
Steelers would be awesome. They need a tailback...
Maybe the Packers? See him twice a year ha ha
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
fuck no! i hate the steelers and would loathe seeing one of my favorite spartans wearing black and yellow.
i hope he goes to a team where he gets a chance to get the ball in some meaningful situations. and i hope he goes to a good franchise, meaning NOT the lions or browns
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Anywhere but Detroit.
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Packers would be nice too. I think they will be looking for a RB since they missed on Jackson.
Just picked teams that are most likely. I think him with the Colts would be sweet.
Seahawks, so he can take over when Marshawns body gives up. Lynch shouldn't last more than another 2-4 years.
Denver, Colts, and Cincy would all be good fits as well.
They had a productive rookie last year (when given opportunity) in Robert Turbin. I doubt they use a top 3rd pick on a RB.
would be great for us spartans living in denver
He is going to Green Bay.
San Francisco so he can take over for Frank Gore.
They just signed Steven Jackson, so I wouldn't bet on them selecting him.
I'm not a fan of the steelers but that would definitely be a good fit. Maybe Denver? I know they don't run often but I feel like they need a goal line back plus catching passes from Peyton would be awesome
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I think he would fit perfectly in San Francisco. I am of course biased, but he makes sense because they need a bruiser who can change pace from Gore/Hunter/James. The problem is I listed three solid running backs already on the roster. I could see the Giants picking him actually.
The only teams I see him going to and contributing would be Colts, Green Bay, Steelers, or Carolina(Newton led rush yds).
Some toss-up teams that might take a shot at him STL, Saints, Chargers, Denver.
I can't see the Giants ever getting him with Bradshaw and now David Wilson tearing it up.
Would be great fit w Colts
I may be wrong on this, but I think Bradshaw is gone.
Surprised at all the votes for the Steelers here. I'd love to see the man in Black and Gold, but I really doubt Pitt would take him in the first 3-4 rounds; he's too similar to Redman and Dwyer, who are already on the roster. Besides, if you hated watching his talents be wasted behind a perpetually injured o-line....you're going to be disappointed.
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