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    So I see LJ is ready and eager to get back in the swing of things. What are some early predictions for his yardage this coming seasons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Remember LJ was coming in after a hold-out also...and was behind a new and diminished O-line...I'll guess 1100 yards and 9 TDs for LJ
    And this years o-line....

    I'm gonna lean toward 750 YDs. Especially since I believe that we will be giving a sreious look to Smith and maybe even Charles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    And this years o-line....

    I'm gonna lean toward 750 YDs. Especially since I believe that we will be giving a sreious look to Smith and maybe even Charles.
    Good point; to say it is still highly suspect is an understatement. I am just clinging to hope that it'll show some much needed improvement this year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    Isn't that where LJ is most effective?
    I would think you would take a shot at the homerun with Charles more towards the middle of the field. I think LJ will get the majority of the carries but I would also think you would use the pounder closer to the end zone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by royalswin100games View Post
    I would think you would take a shot at the homerun with Charles more towards the middle of the field. I think LJ will get the majority of the carries but I would also think you would use the pounder closer to the end zone.
    Good point; I wonder how well LJ's ego will take getting the ball inside the ten or the five only to come out of the game and let someone else finish it off? I know he has got his big payday contract but it just seems to me that this was the kind of thing that he got his nose all bent out of shape with before. Although, perhaps it could be just the very thing to get him running angry again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Remember LJ was coming in after a hold-out also...and was behind a new and diminished O-line...I'll guess 1100 yards and 9 TDs for LJ
    I might even go with 1300yds. I think Kolby and Charles give him that push this year. The O line can not be worse than it was last year!!( good lord, can it be?)


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    I like LJ for about 900. Kolby for about 200. Charles for about 500.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    I like LJ for about 900. Kolby for about 200. Charles for about 500.
    I think that sounds probable given Herms run, run, pass, punt offense.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I think that sounds probable given Herms run, run, pass, punt offense.

    No, that wasn't Herm's fault. It was Solari's, remember?

    Solari was thrown under the bus, so I wonder who gets the blame when the play calling comes under fire this year? It won't really matter, because Herm will just remind us "to get over it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg3564 View Post
    No, that wasn't Herm's fault. It was Solari's, remember?

    Solari was thrown under the bus, so I wonder who gets the blame when the play calling comes under fire this year? It won't really matter, because Herm will just remind us "to get over it."
    You're right; I had forgotten. :rolleyes:


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    Quote Originally Posted by greg3564 View Post
    No, that wasn't Herm's fault. It was Solari's, remember?

    Solari was thrown under the bus, so I wonder who gets the blame when the play calling comes under fire this year? It won't really matter, because Herm will just remind us "to get over it."
    http://www.kansascity.com/sports/chi...ry/640131.html

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