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    imo DMC is gone after this season providing we can get a decent offer.I would think we can get at least a 3rd for him.He still has a big upside and alot of trade value now as his struggles may be looked at as a Knapp/scheme problem...If he injured again next season or struggles again no matter the reason he will depreciate even more.Alot depends on what the staff feels he can do.If they feel he can get back to the form he had the last 2 seasons/pre then they may keep him.If they stay with the ZBS and worse Knapp might as well ship him out...Obviously his biggest issue is staying healthy,if he was more durable we,d probally get alot more for him.
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    you can't find one post by me saying I have Knapp's back.
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    This is why I have Knapps back
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raidersman321 View Post
    If he is available in the 3rd, Stephon Taylor from Stanford...But I wouldn't want to trade DMC just yet, need a good 1-2 punch and a good dominant o-line.
    DMC has never stayed healthy for an entire season and there is no need to pay him again to do the same thing..Let's get some value out of him on the trade market before he has another injury

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    im a big dmc fan...

    but watching him lately had become hard to do..

    i figure why not latimore from South Ca..

    hes a great rb..very hard runner and can run everydown..

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    Keep him. Trade Knapp. A good OC would make Reece and DMC and awesome duo.

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    Totally agree with the dmc and Reece. I would love to see us keep dmc and go back to a way to make him dominant again.

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    Only trade him for a 2nd maybe a high 3rd depending who's there don't just give him away.

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    If McFadden were to be traded this offseason...

    Ben Tate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryDizzle View Post
    im a big dmc fan...

    but watching him lately had become hard to do..

    i figure why not latimore from South Ca..

    hes a great rb..very hard runner and can run everydown..

    So you want to replace one injury prone running back with another? Pass. We need someone reliable who doesn't have an injury history like latimore.

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    I want to see how Darren runs the remaining games of the schedule. We've already seen Reece and Stewart run successfully behind this line. On his first return game Darren was still missing some holes and running into his own blockers. If he continues this for the remainder of the season and we're staying with ZBS next year - we have no choice but to move on from him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AL 9000 View Post
    So in other words, he'll be better on a team that knows how to use him correctly. Doh!
    yes
    and a team that doesn't need him to carry the load. He won't last long.
    We are not that team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryDizzle View Post
    i figure why not latimore from South Ca..

    hes a great rb..very hard runner and can run everydown..
    who ever picks up Lattimore this year has to realize he will most likely not play this year. This will be another Michael Bush pick where a team will have to wait till he gets healthy.
    We do not have the luxury of spending a draft pick on a kid who we have to wait a year or so to see if he can play 100% again. We need a work horse RB ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoClapsPlease View Post
    You give.a late first or early second for McFadden, he's a difference maker.
    I think it would he hard to get that for McFadden. I just don't see anyone giving up a first round pick for any injury prone back who has literally never completed a full NFL season. The truth is, it's hard to build your franchise around a back – as talented as he is – around a guy who has only played in 70% of his team's games. Moreover, a back who is limited by his ability to only run in one kind of scheme (as opposed to two).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLatino View Post
    I think it would he hard to get that for McFadden. I just don't see anyone giving up a first round pick for any injury prone back who has literally never completed a full NFL season. The truth is, it's hard to build your franchise around a back – as talented as he is – around a guy who has only played in 70% of his team's games. Moreover, a back who is limited by his ability to only run in one kind of scheme (as opposed to two).
    in the days of regular 2 back rotations i can confidently say somebody would part with that

    a 3rd rounder for mcfadden is simply stupid.

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    Dmc will never be the same im afraid like everyone hopes..... hes way to up n down and would more than be glad if we traded him. Wheatly time has passed , where is our Charlie Garner saviour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djh_raider View Post
    You obviously do not watch the same Raiders team and games I do.

    4 games a year. GTFO.


    He's averaging 11 missed games a season..............................
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