- Aug 15, 2011
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Woodbridge, which shook off an 0-3 start last year in games against eventual playoff teams, is strong up front with OL Andrew Maddox, an Old Dominion commit. LB Darius Parson has committed to Syracuse. RB Jaylen Avent was a 900-yard rusher. The Vikings have a precocious freshman quarterback, Mike Majette, who could enable projected QB Logan Farrar to at times play wideout.
Rookie RB Delone Carter continues to impress. But more than just a few fans on Twitter have asked about him being the Colts’ No. 1 option. Then on a radio show last week the first question pertained to if RB Joseph Addai is washed up. I guess I understand why some don’t see Joe as sexy for the position. He doesn’t have the monster numbers. And you could make the argument if Donald Brown did more, they might not have re-signed Addai. But I will still defend Joe because he has the perfect unselfish temperament to blend in with this offense. And he does a little of everything. Lest anyone forget, he broke a couple long runs last year before he got hurt. Some said he couldn’t do that. And I still recall Addai in the open field making Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher look silly in Super Bowl XLI. And Manning, I’m guessing, was willing to take less money to make sure the Colts re-signed Addai. So while Carter is impressive, is a different type of power runner the Colts have lacked and need especially in short-yardage situations, Addai will be the starter unless he gets hurt. Now, if Addai goes down, Brown has more experience but I wouldn’t be surprised to see Carter eventually earn some snaps.
Arizona Cardinals' Early Doucet is tackled by San Diego Chargers' Steve Gregory and Eric Weddle during the first half. Paul Connors — ASSOCIATED PRESS
Arizona Cardinals' WIlliam Powell (37) is tackled by San Diego Chargers' Darrell Stuckey (25), Steve Gregory, right, and Darryl Gamble during the second half of an NFL preseason football game, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, in Glendale, Ariz. The Chargers won 34-31. (AP Photo/Paul Connors)
Julian Edelman a bright spot: The receiver was one of the few bright spots for the Patriots Saturday night, and had a nice 12-yard catch-and-run created by a nasty jab step on Detroit linebacker Doug Hogue. He ended up leaving the game prematurely and went to the locker room with an apparent injury.
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