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Who to keep with Gore: Kevin Smiith or Ryan Grant


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Keeping Gore already, but choices after that are limited

 

6 pts for a TD, 1 pt every 10 yds rushing/receiving, NO PPC

 

Ryan Grant: struggled at times last year, but on a decent team, could bounce back. Does Brandon Jackson steal carries?

 

Kevin Smith: even on a 0-16 team, Smith had a strong rookie season. Can he improve if Stafford is QB and Calvin puts up some good numbers; does Maurice Morris steal carries.....

 

Leaning towards Kevin Smith.....

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I think Smith has more long term potential, and will probably do better this year as well. Or at least perform close to Grant. I think you would kick yourself more years down the line if you released Smith and never got him back than if you released Grant.

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I think Smith has more long term potential, and will probably do better this year as well. Or at least perform close to Grant. I think you would kick yourself more years down the line if you released Smith and never got him back than if you released Grant.

 

 

Smith is probably the safer play. I had Grant last year and was very disappointed with him. Every week I thought, this is his breakout week..but it never happened.

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Do you have no other options to keep? With 6 points per TD and no PPR, who was your qb? They sound as if they could be rather valuable in that scoring system?

 

If it is indeed between those 2 only, then I would also go with smith.

 

 

Our QB's only get 3 pts, so keeping a QB won't be an option...VERY thin at WR, so again, best bet is a RB....McNabb was my QB, who put up decent numbers, but not a franchise pick

 

after Gore, Smith and Grant, looking at Thomas Jones, who was huge for me last year, but can't see him doing the same this year.....Tashard Choice, who contributed for me towards end of season (when Barber was shelved...)

 

thanks everyone...

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