A little more on Woodhead

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    A little more on Woodhead

    has anyone seen his college numbers?

    YearAtt.YardsAvg.Rush TDs
    200428418406.525
    200527817696.421
    200634427568.034
    200725015976.421
    44-game total113478716.9101
    Average rushing game: 25.8 carries, 178.9 yards per game.

     


    pretty amazing.  i think well like this kid more and more every week
     
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    Re: A little more on Woodhead

    Yeah, I was looking at those stats right after they signed him. Pretty impressive. That year that he had 2750 yards rushing, he also had 45 receptions. I think there's a good chance he could stick around Foxboro for a while...
     
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    Re: A little more on Woodhead

    lets not get carried away. remember mike clouds first game? Woodhead is a 4th or 5th in the nfl...on the fringes of the 53 and the 45 game day. that he is getting ink on these posts speaks volumes to the Pats dire RB situation. 
     
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    Can't hurt to keep a positive attitude. Will he ever be our starting RB? Doubtful. Could he end up being an adequate replacement for Faulk in the long run? To this point, I haven't seen anything to lead me to believe he couldn't be that..

     
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    Re: A little more on Woodhead

    I dont recall anyone bringing race into this. Div 1 or Div 2..... does it really matter when U went undrafted......
     
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    In Response to Re: A little more on Woodhead:
    [QUOTE]He went to a Div 2 college where he was probably the most talented guy in the game each week so those numbers are not really relevant but i do like the kid and i am hoping he can translate to a good NFL role player.
    Posted by MVPkilla4life[/QUOTE]
    THank Gawd we have you to tell us that his college career and stats are not relevant You are without a doubt the biggest clown here next to ruggis
     
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    [QUOTE]Wes Welker also played at a Div 1 college so he is not really the same as Woodhead other then the small fact that they are both white. Any of you guys watch that show "The League" on FX? They had a conversation last night about how when ever a sports caster is talking about a black guy or a black coach they say "He is a class act" example "Tony Dungy is a 'class act'" and how it doesnt just apply to football, in baseball a Latino player is a "fire cracker" or a "spark plug" and how white guys are "gym rats" or "Wes Welker is a scrappy player" which is code for white lol it was one of the best TV conversations I have ever seen and so true and so funny.
    Posted by MVPkilla4life[/QUOTE]
    WOW...Did all your years in coaching school give you this incredible insight, I mean wow, they are both white? are you sure?
    I use to think Rustyworld was the biggest tool in here, you by far have him beat pants down. And with you 2, it is pants down! Get a life you putz
     
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    [QUOTE] in baseball a Latino player is a "fire cracker" or a "spark plug" and how white guys are "gym rats" or "Wes Welker is a scrappy player" which is code for whitePosted by MVPkilla4life[/QUOTE]

    labels - doesn't make sense does it
     
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    Re: A little more on Woodhead

    The guy was a top three at runningback in the draft, both inline speed and shuttle time according to his pro day workout... regardless of his color. 

    His numbers are gaudy even for division two so I'd say it's relevant, also he came from a team that had so much depth at running back they let Thomas Jones walk and had to cut this guy... 

    If Woodhead turns out to be the replacement for Faulk into the future than the fact we stole him from the Jests make it that much sweeter, even sweeter than his ultra cool porno name.
     
     
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    Re: A little more on Woodhead

    He's not a superstar and won't ever be a featured back in NE, but he has the potential to be a great 3rd down back. If he learns to block he'll see the field on every third down. 

    Don't get carried away, I like Wood too. =D 

    But, he's not here to win or compete for a job. If I were him, I'd talk to Kevin Faulk every chance I get. 
     
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    I was really pleased to see how he performed in the role he was asked to. I love Faulk and believe he deserves a spot in the Pats HOF, but i think his playing days are done. Although it is still early i think Woodhead is going to make a great replacement for Faulk.
     
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    His college stats are impressive, but who cares. He is white, but who cares. He played for a division 2 college, who cares. He won't be a 3 down back, who cares....What I do care about is given his limited opportunities last week to carry the ball, he performed productively. This we can not argue. If he continues to show up and produce, that is all that matters, and by all accounts, he has done that with his opportunity so far. More than we can say for some other players.
     
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    The only thing I like about Faulk  being injured is it forces O'Brien to be more creative in play calling. Don't you think the Colts knew Brady was looking for Faulk on the 4th and 2 last year. With Gronk, Hernandez, Edelman, Walker, Moss and now Woodhead the offense isnt as predictable.
     
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    In my opinion he has better jets than Faulk at this point and that will come in handy and he is very shifty as well. I can't believe how small he is though and that should be a concern when it comes to blocking an nfl linebacker, but Faulk and Megget did it. I'd like to see how he catches the ball, because he is supposed to really excel in this area, but I highly doubt he'd be anywhere as polished as Faulk or what you need from a third down back. He looks like a good pickup and will be interested to see how he develops, he's certainly going to get his chances and take some lumps. Good for him, he's got his chance.
     

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