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Players That Are "Being Held Back."

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Name some players you think are "Being Held Back" in their current situation. 

For instance, Duke Johnson is being held back IMO.

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well, Duke Johnson is one of those players who has had multiple concussions.  I"m actually surprised hes still in the league.

I'd say if hes being held back it is to preserve his health.

While he has the talent to do more, I think his current role is the best role in terms of preserving the health of the player.  

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I think that Carlos Hyde has been held back much of his career.

KC will be the best offense he's ever played in, and I wouldn't be surprised if has the best year of his career.

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6 hours ago, Smileseers said:

I think that Carlos Hyde has been held back much of his career.

KC will be the best offense he's ever played in, and I wouldn't be surprised if has the best year of his career.

Depends on if they draft somebody else. Hyde has had some bad situations, but he also got outplayed by other guys or fell out of favor in those stops.

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I do think if Hyde goes into this year as the starter in KC he will have the best year of his career.

 

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1 hour ago, Ray_T said:

I do think if Hyde goes into this year as the starter in KC he will have the best year of his career.

 

for sure, but I don't think he'll be the starter.

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I think Hyde can beat out D Williams for the starting job. 

 

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2 minutes ago, weepaws said:

I think Hyde can beat out D Williams for the starting job. 

 

I think the Chiefs will draft a RB. Well, they should. But let's see. Sometimes rookies don't start right away. Like Hyde was behind Gore, and Chubb was behind Hyde.

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Kenyan Drake.  He was a monster during a stretch two years ago.  Apparently the staff didn't think he could be the man.

Jon Ross.   I don't think he is a super star but Dalton is not the guy to pair with his abilities. 

 

Corey Davis.  I think he could be great with a QB that throws ducks after about 10 yards.

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Mmm I’m not so sure I see KC going after a rb to start anyway. 

But one never knows. 

This is the season for C Davis to step it up. 

 

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3 hours ago, BobSanders_33 said:

Kenyan Drake.  He was a monster during a stretch two years ago.  Apparently the staff didn't think he could be the man.

This one was a head-scratcher for me last season.  It seemed that he would make big plays whenever they put the ball in his hands.  Not sure why the Dolphins refused to give him more than 5-10 touches per game.  The old coaching staff didn't seem to like big plays.:dunno:

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On 3/12/2019 at 11:56 AM, the lone star said:

I think the Chiefs will draft a RB. Well, they should. But let's see. Sometimes rookies don't start right away. Like Hyde was behind Gore, and Chubb was behind Hyde.

I think they need to anyways.   Hyde, when healthy has been excellent, but he does get hurt a lot, so a decent backup is necessary if Hyde is the starter. 

for me the question is whether they sign someone else, or draft someone.

Crowell anyone?

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Crowell would be a good back up pick up. 

He wont challenge Hyde or D Williams at this point for the rb1 spot on KC. 

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