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Thread: Don't Forget about Marcus Thigpen

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    If you can determine that Thigpen can play slot-WR, then just draft a real good returner, you can usually find good ones in later rounds if you don't need more out of them than that (as well as being a gunner on kick coverage).
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    Yep, good player, keep him for sure!
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    seems to me like these return guys always leave you wanting to get them more involved in the offense, a la devin hester and josh cribbs, but the results often leave something to be desired. Call me content if he continues to produce in the return game and never even plays a down on offense
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    Quote Originally Posted by oasis View Post
    I'd like to see him get more looks as well.

    I think our running back stable is full of potential...unrealized perhaps, yes, but full nonetheless. I can see why we'd let Reggie go. My only hope is that Jonas Gray pans out as a reasonable bruiser/replacement for Thomas.
    Yea we kept Jonas Gray for a reason. I think we got plans for him. But imo it is "Thomas", not Bush who will not be here in 2013. Bush will be re-signed to split time with Miller, Gray, and Thigpen. Bush will sign for $5mil and have himself a Pro Bowl year.
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    He's probably one of my favorite unknown guys on the team. Barring a couple of untimely fumbles, he was one of our best impact players last season. And he always seemed to find a way to rise up and make a big play after making a mistake. That's the kind of response you want from a guy on your team. I'm hoping for big things from him next season.
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