Fred Taylor in practice

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    Fred Taylor in practice


    This could make a big difference in the games we have left, nice to have a 1,000 yard back if he is healthy. So far. 4.5 yards per call and two TD in four games...
     
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    Re: Fred Taylor in practice

    My hopes are tempered.  Even when he comes back, and even if he runs like a beast on his first two carries, we'll just sit him down to see who else might be hot.  That's one of the things driving me crazy about O'Brian.  On a more serious note, he should help us because he was running hard before his injury.  If our O-Line doesn't get healthier soon none of it will matter though. 
     
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    Re: Fred Taylor in practice

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    [QUOTE]My hopes are tempered.  Even when he comes back, and even if he runs like a beast on his first two carries, we'll just sit him down to see who else might be hot.  That's one of the things driving me crazy about O'Brian.  On a more serious note, he should help us because he was running hard before his injury.  If our O-Line doesn't get healthier soon none of it will matter though. 
    Posted by carawaydj[/QUOTE]

    O-line, I agree. Good news is every one practiced this week...so should have Seabass and the rest available.

    I want top seethe tuning on the D. We can not outscore the saints we have to be able to stop them.
     
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    Re: Fred Taylor in practice

    Taylor will probably be the best back the Patriots have when he comes back.  Hopefully he takes some pressure off the passing game.
     

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