read back injury but it is pretty quiet..
????? Really? I brought this up in another thread but I just cannot ignore it here any longer. Thursday night did not tell us ANYTHING about whether Redman or Dwyer is the better back. Dwyer had 2, yes 2 runs, against the second team. One was a long one but through a hole that Casey Hampton could have run through for 25 on his bum knee. If you doubt it, look at the replay. The hole was at least 5 yards wide.
Redman looked fine. He had 3 runs on 1-2 down that went for 4-5 yards each. Nothing to sneeze at. He got 3 yards on a 4th and 1. Again, nothing to complain about. He had an end run for minus 1-2 that the Eagles had sniffed out from the beginning and Walter Payton could not have turned into positive yardage And I would note that Redman's runs were against the FIRST TEAM defense.
Dwyer MAY end up being the better back but using Thursday to justify the claim is ridiculous.
It's no fun when the rabbit has the gun
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