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Koetter talks Gurley, Hurst and Ridley

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On 6/9/2020 at 7:35 PM, falconfansince66 said:

IF Todd Gurley can carry 15 times a game and average 4 yards/carry = 60 yards a game x 16 games = 960 total rushing yards

Add to that 3 receptions/game and average 10 yards/catch = 30 yards a game x 16 games = 480 total receiving yards

Then totaling 1440 yards in a season working on a 'part time' load compared to what he's been doing, then add to that an average of 14 TD's a season, then yeah, I would be happy with that kind of production and I think that's his 'floor' as we all know of his ceiling.

The biggest factor is our OL run blocking and protection of MR2. 

great points I am thinking TG will run wild a few games though and like you said his ability to catch the ball out of backfield is a huge asset for a big bodied back

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 It's hard to really see a RB at this time of physicality in the league to hold up more than 5 years at a high level. As Koetter says in the vid, people just don't realize the physical punishment inflicted on the RB position. A lot of teams get one that's moving the chains and they'll over use said player. As much as we idolize so many of our stars; they are replaceable show horses for most franchises

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On ‎06‎/‎11‎/‎2020 at 5:05 AM, Roanoke Falcon said:

Dirk Koetter on the offensive talent he has to work with: "We have the strongest, most talented collection of square pegs in the NFL. I can't wait to see how many round holes I can force them in to."

lets hope he can figure this out this time. 

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