Time to trade David Johnson

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  1. SeattleCardinal

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    After all those years of dreaming of having a top-flight running back (dating back to the Adrian Peterson draft, at least), I'm not ready to let get rid of Johnson. Get him some help.
     
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    It's not like he blew out his knee. It was a wrist injury.


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    One of the great episodes in tennis history seems to fit this thread.....



    "You cannot be serious"
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    Because it’s all his fault.
     
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    I'm pretty sure part of the offseason focus will be rebuilding our offense around DJ
     
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    Gosh, I hate this mentality. So we all know, How many posts are required to be considered a qualified internet GM?
     
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    Wrist injury? I could see iit if it was an ACL but he hurt his wrist. I'm not sure how that impacts his running style.
     
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    Internet etiquette advice from the weighty depths of 25 posts... Nice. :)

    Haha, I was kidding around a little bro.

    However, in a community like this, there is a certain amount of credibility one builds through a track record of thoughtful, intelligent posting.
     
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    I'm pretty sure that's been part of the offseason focus the last two seasons.
     
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    Not so fast. I’ve seen some of the dumbest posts by posters with thousands of posts. High post counts don’t equal knowledge. High post counts equal high post counts.

    BTW my 26th post qualifies as “credible” per a previous poster!
     
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    I really don’t get people’s obsession with trading our best players
     
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    I've never been credible, yet I've been here forever.
     
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    He's not productive right now, and it's beyond just our lousy line play, he runs tepid, looks less agile, looks disinterested since he secured a payday. I wasn't a fan of locking him up until he showed he could replicate his earlier success again.
     
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    Right now the last thing I want DJ to do is to get hurt behind this O Line by trying to initiate contact. His strength isn't running over defenders it is jump cuts and playing in space.
     
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