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Postby JavonWalker84 » Wed Oct 06, 2004 9:20 pm

stats worthy of a #1 rb, #2 rb? What kind of production will he give when he plays. Will he get many carries? Discuss.
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Postby no1cowboysfan » Wed Oct 06, 2004 9:27 pm

if he does start at all, which i estimate he wont (crime was committed during his years as a Vol), he would be about a borderline #2 to #3 RB...
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Postby cbrowns » Wed Oct 06, 2004 10:53 pm

Chester Taylor looked pretty good actually. With Baltimore's offensive strategy, I would think that he would be a solid #2 fantasy RB. He's going to get his 20 plus carries if Jamal Lewis is out for sure. And the plea bargain that jamal is entering WILL put him on NFL suspension, likely sometime soon. Good luck.
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Postby mad benjamin » Thu Oct 07, 2004 3:51 am

I agree with CBrowns. Lewis will be serving that suspension, it's just a matter of how soon. Clearly, the Ravens know this and have been giving Taylor a bit of the work during games to ready him. I think Taylor could put up solid #2 RB stats in that offense behind that O-line. I wouldn't put him in instead of a proven commodity unless that commodity is on a bye week.
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Postby Siggyfawn » Thu Oct 07, 2004 5:43 am

He should be okay, but like we've seen with Stecker, you can't just plug a guy in and rake in the points. It's going to be up and down and not something you want to rely on.

Honestly the best move is to grab them, find someone who is hurting and RB and make a trade.
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Postby East Bay Ray » Thu Oct 07, 2004 7:09 am

Siggyfawn wrote:He should be okay, but like we've seen with Stecker, you can't just plug a guy in and rake in the points. It's going to be up and down and not something you want to rely on.

Honestly the best move is to grab them, find someone who is hurting and RB and make a trade.


Totally agree with this statement. Expectations shouldnt be production numbers like Lewis. If he's available and you can grab him without hurting your team, then do so.
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Postby Paladyr » Thu Oct 07, 2004 8:10 am

mad benjamin wrote:I agree with CBrowns. Lewis will be serving that suspension, it's just a matter of how soon. Clearly, the Ravens know this and have been giving Taylor a bit of the work during games to ready him. I think Taylor could put up solid #2 RB stats in that offense behind that O-line. I wouldn't put him in instead of a proven commodity unless that commodity is on a bye week.


That's not true. Taylor only comes in when lewis needs a breather or sometimes as a 3rd down back. That hasn't changed since the news of a possible suspension came. Baltimore is playing with the same game plan they had last year.
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