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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    But Trent Richardson said he runs Alabama like it is the NFL which shows his hidden desire to go to the NFL.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    But Trent Richardson said he runs Alabama like it is the NFL which shows his hidden desire to go to the NFL.
    nahhhh. I don't think so at all.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Alasippi, why can't you just see that ALL DIRECTIONS point towards the NFL for Saban.

    It is so obvious.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    He's about to break Jim Brown's rookie rushing record.

    Awesome.

    Now if they can get him a decent line to run behind...

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    Alasippi, why can't you just see that ALL DIRECTIONS point towards the NFL for Saban.

    It is so obvious.
    I don't see any direction at all that leads Coach Saban anywhere but where he is. He found the perfect job for a Nick Saban.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nolcbear View Post
    He's about to break Jim Brown's rookie rushing record.

    Awesome.

    Now if they can get him a decent line to run behind...
    You mean one with more than 2 Pro-Bowl OLs?
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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Joe Thomas may be the best lineman in the NFL.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama...

    They just need a better all around offense.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama...

    They have some weaknesses on the offensive line but they do have good building blocks in that area. Their real problem is the lack of playmakers in the passing game.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    You mean one with more than 2 Pro-Bowl OLs?
    Quote Originally Posted by tru2thaduce View Post
    Joe Thomas may be the best lineman in the NFL.
    I hope they continue to build on that. Trent's not averaging even 4 ypc.

    Just don't wanna see him worn down too early in his career.

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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Richardson is more concerned with playing the playoff-bound Denver Broncos (11-3) on Sunday. The No. 3 overall pick is 46 yards shy of surpassing Hall of Fame standout Jim Brown's 55-year-old team rookie rushing record of 942 yards for the Browns (5-9).


    "I'm ready for a big day," Richardson said. "Anytime Jim Brown's name is mentioned, it is big for me. Huge."
    I hope he erases Jim Brown from the record book. It isn't likely, but it would be nice to shut up that cranky old has-been.
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    Re: Trent Richardson's Opinion Of Saban Leaving Bama(link)

    Quote Originally Posted by rgw View Post
    But Trent Richardson said he runs Alabama like it is the NFL which shows his hidden desire to go to the NFL.
    I was under the impression the Dolphin players thought he was treating them like college players. Maybe I had that wrong.
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