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Thread: Dolphins RB Thigpen eager to show what he can do

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    I have lost all belief that Thigpen can be a player. Gillislie is average as hell. Is it that hard to find a 5'10", 210lb back with speed, power, and vision??
















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    Quote Originally Posted by Fintastic2124 View Post
    His only chance to make a splash in this offense is to catch passes.
    And he dropped the one he was given a chance on recently. You don't get a lot of second chances in the NFL...

    He has shown me nothing that makes me consider him a threat. He used to be be a better returner than Bess, but I can't even say that anymore...
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    He has been an abortion this year. Just ****ing terrible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcbrown View Post
    I have lost all belief that Thigpen can be a player. Gillislie is average as hell. Is it that hard to find a 5'10", 210lb back with speed, power, and vision??
    We had a guy named Kory Sheets a couple years ago that showed some promise. He'll be a free agent in Feb. (after showing what he could actually do in the CFL the past 2 years). Don't think he's an every down guy, but he has good power, good hands and a pretty good burst too. Biggest issue is that he's 28.
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    I saw terrible vision by our RBs last week. There were a lot of places on many plays for our RBs to go and they too often run to darkness vs daylight.
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    Where the hell is Gillislee? didn't we draft him in like the 5th? this is what you draft a player in that position for situations like this. I do think this draft class will eventually be good, but god, this might be the most least productive first year draft ever.
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    We need a back with a nasty streak with muscle mass. even the Jets have that in both there backs, not elite but heavy hitters that don't go down on first contact.
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    He has been an abortion this year. Just ****ing terrible.
    Abortion? I can't agree with that. Perhaps abhorrent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by artdnj View Post
    If it means he stops fielding punts and kicks I'm all for it.
    Probably not, considering Devon Bess starting did not stop him fielding punts.
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    good lord this is a desperate team. return guy who can't find return holes promising to find holes on offense... and they believe him! and they want us to believe him! Hallelujah! our season is saved!!
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