Dr. Duran Duran wrote:I wouldn't go anywhere near this situation. My answer...nobody is going to be a starter. You'll see some Suggs, some Droughns and some Green. I see little reason why anyone of these guys will emerge and become a solid starter given his situation. Suggs can't stay healthy, Droughns has never suceeded outside of Denver and Green is pretty much out of chances. Cleveland hasn't had a 1,000 yard back since 1985 (Kevin Mack, Ernest Byner) so why start now? I would expect Suggs to put up the best numbers of the bunch, but that's not saying much. I'd expect 800 yards 6 touchdowns out of Suggs if he gets the bulk of the carries.
I don't see Crennel being a RBBC coach, besides it didn't work in Cleveland last year so why would it work this year? If Suggs is finally given the opportunity to play a full season, I think he will not disappoint.