2006 - 920 yards from scrimmage + 4 TD
2007 - 568 yards from scrimmage + 3 TD, 1474 return yards + 3 TD
2008 - 803 yards from scrimmage + 8 TD, 1534 return yards + 1 TD
2009 - 540 yards + 2 TD as part of the #1 rushing team
2010 - 986 yards from scrimmage + 2 TD
2011 - 1265 yards from scrimmage + 6 TD
Lamar Mller would do the trick in the third round,fast,elusive,catches well out of backfield.Perfect compliment to Greene,no brainer.
Teblow for stewart!
They cant pass that up
I never considered him a good receiving RB. I never considered him an all-around complete back. At least not with the Jets.
No to trading away draft picks. We have the Draft, June cuts, and as a last resort, Training camp cuts to still acquire players.
Tolbert was signed because Stewart is going to be looking for big money next offseason.
I would rather package picks and trade up and get Richardson since he complements Greene rather than toss Greene aside like he's trash and have to stick with Stewart.
This is the problem:
Upshaw, Ingram, Richardson, and Coples are better to trade up for and give up picks for than staying where you are and getting Best Available or addressing RT through the draft simply because RT we can address in FA.
FA Pass rushers or good RB's like Stewart are going to command big contracts in places where you don't necessarily want to spend.
I mean look at Wimbley's contract from Tennessee. Wimbley's good, but he's not worth what he got.
That's not factoring in, at all, that football games are won by QB's and in the trenches today. If you can't protect your QB, you're screwed.
With all this said, David Wilson is a strong 2nd round pick, too. Guy looks good.
Barron, Cordy Glenn, and Mike Adams are all strong, too, but Michael Floyd or even Stephen Hill fill huge needs for us as well and neither will be around in round 2. Neither will Courtney Upshaw.