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    How about this guy to backup Jackson?

    My 4th round pick has changed. I want Brian Calhoun, the Running Back from Wisconsin. This guy is a dream replacement for Faulk because he runs almost just like him. He has great speed and catches the ball like a dream. He'd be a perfect backup for Jackson and would provide a great 1-2 punch.



    Brian Calhoun RB Calhoun (5-9, 204 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.38. He also had a 38-inch vertical jump, 4.04 short shuttle, 11.03 long shuttle and 6.83 three-cone drill.

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    Re: How about this guy to backup Jackson?

    Be gone by the 4th

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    Re: How about this guy to backup Jackson?

    Could be selected in the second, won't make it out of the third.
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    Re: How about this guy to backup Jackson?

    Yeah I just read where he's expected to go. I might have to change him to my third round selection. This guy would allow Linehan to run this offense a lot like he ran it in Miami. If he does make it out of the second, I would snatch him up in a heartbeat.

    He also makes a very good contingency plan in case Jackson continues to have injury problems.
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    Re: How about this guy to backup Jackson?

    I would rather have TE in the third to make up for when our TEs get hurt... O ya we dont even have TEs!!!LOL:tongue:

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    Re: How about this guy to backup Jackson?

    Quote Originally Posted by RamJackson39
    Yeah I just read where he's expected to go. I might have to change him to my third round selection. This guy would allow Linehan to run this offense a lot like he ran it in Miami. If he does make it out of the second, I would snatch him up in a heartbeat.

    He also makes a very good contingency plan in case Jackson continues to have injury problems.
    Let's put it this way. If he somehow makes it by New England, Carolina, Jacksonville, and Indy in the second, he'll likely be taken by Green Bay, the Jets, New England, or Philly in the third. I really would not anticipate Calhoun being available for us in the third.
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    Re: How about this guy to backup Jackson?

    I would rather use our picks on starter position needs and needed depth. I think RB is set to go this year. We could focus on a RB next year, becasue Faulk only has about two years left. Maybe choose a RB with our first pick. Any good prospects for next years draft at that position?

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