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    Bills head coach Chan Gailey confirmed the expected Wednesday in revealing that Fred Jackson is medically cleared to practice and play Sunday. Jackson finished his concussion protocol and testing Tuesday. More to come on Buffalobills.com.

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    Good, but he should play the role that Choice played last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_Brown View Post
    Bills head coach Chan Gailey confirmed the expected Wednesday in revealing that Fred Jackson is medically cleared to practice and play Sunday. Jackson finished his concussion protocol and testing Tuesday. More to come on Buffalobills.com.

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    glad fred is ok from a health standpoint, but our running game never seems to get going as good with him and cj spliiting carries, use fred inside the 10 and to spell cj, but mainly cj....

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    I tend to agree, for some reason the two RBs can not find their groves when splitting carries. They are both very talented and it is hard not to get them the ball fairly.

    That being said use Spiller non effin stop and find a way to work Freddy in... Not the other way around.

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    Cool...now pick up your 2nd fiddle Fred and don't ***** about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillsFan View Post
    I tend to agree, for some reason the two RBs can not find their groves when splitting carries. They are both very talented and it is hard not to get them the ball fairly.

    That being said use Spiller non effin stop and find a way to work Freddy in... Not the other way around.
    We can hope... It is the way to go... Lets see if Gailey does the right thing..

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    Fred needs more touches than what Choice got last week but CJ needs the majority. We need to give the ratio for what we did for New England but flip the roles the CJ needs those 16-20 carries and Fred can carry it 8-12 times. However, both need to be utilized in the passing equally and both need to be part of the passing game at times when both are on the field.
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    It's funny how about 99% of the fan base wants to see CJ get at least 70% of the carries but the coaching staff just doesn't have it in them to tell Fred. Fred has been an incredible blessing for this team. He's been one of the few bright spots on offense. Heck he still does produce and make good things happen. The issue though is CJ is quickly showing superstar talent. He's starting to run exactly like Freddy does but with much more speed. Giving the ball to Freddy out on the 50 yard line on 2nd and 8 seems kind of silly when you have CJ available. The kid is so fast that he can break one any play. Fred always puts up good numbers but CJ can turn them into 6 points from anywhere on the field.
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    Why do we have two NFL top 10 RB's, but we can't find one top 10 QB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AWorldOfPain View Post
    Why do we have two NFL top 10 RB's, but we can't find one top 10 QB?
    Because RB are dime a dozen.

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