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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; If you can only keep one, then who and why? Due to our depth at RB, I'm on the fence between keeping Lewis and Bighill. Lewis is like a hummingbird out there with some pretty good hands. Bighill's a seventy ...

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Old 08-27-2017, 10:50 AM   #1
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Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

If you can only keep one, then who and why?

Due to our depth at RB, I'm on the fence between keeping Lewis and Bighill. Lewis is like a hummingbird out there with some pretty good hands. Bighill's a seventy mile an hour tree stump.
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Re: Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

Bighill... but we keep Lewis also.
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Re: Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

one more game to go
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one more game to go
All three should get some extended time in that one.
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Re: Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

Definitely between Bighill and Lewis.
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Re: Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

I would answer but I'm freaking dying here from this:

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Bighill's a seventy mile an hour tree stump.
LOL
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Re: Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

I think Lewis is a lock. Little guy but he's a gamer under the lights.

Side note - the running back Victor. He's got good tape over the last two weeks. I'd prefer him over Cadet. Lutz is also really kicking the ball well from any distance.
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I think Lewis is a lock. Little guy but he's a gamer under the lights.

Side note - the running back Victor. He's got good tape over the last two weeks. I'd prefer him over Cadet. Lutz is also really kicking the ball well from any distance.
I was going to add Victor into the mix, but I'm thinking PS for him with all we have at running back this year.
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Re: Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

At 1st when I was hearing much about Fuller I thought Lewis will be cut. Now I believe he will make the team
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Re: Lewis, Lasco or Bighill?

Cuts will be a lot harder to predict this year than the last couple of seasons. It feels like there is so much more talent on this team than what we have had in a very long time.
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