Boy, talk about going from one extreme to the other. He goes from splitting time with Addai on the Super Bowl champs to riding the bench behind Lamont Jordan on the worst team in the league.
Hell, even Buffalo should've been a more attractive option, where he was guaranteed to start and would, at least, be on a team that might contend for a playoff spot in the next few years. It's not even like 2 years $7.5 million is all that great of an offer. It's been a weird Free Agency.
Thanks for the Super Bowl memories, Dominic. Can't say I understand your choice to go to the Raiders of all teams, but I hope it works out for you.
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Well, a couple of years ago, I distinctly remember Randy Sanders "run it up the middle" offense. This was a style of offense that would be run no matter what. We could have wide-open WRs, 11 men in the box... and we're going up the middle.