Okay, so it's definitely way too early to start talking about McKnight being a bust because he hasn't even suited up on the active roster, but what's the deal with keeping him and letting all these other RB's get jobs for other teams?
First we ship Leon to Seattle-I'm fully aware of the issues, especially with his contract and injury-but that was seemingly a poor decision especially from a personal moral standard. Go ahead mock me for thinking it was a low blow and cheap shot.
Then we let the little engine that could, Danny Woodhead, prove he's a complete football player with unique play making ability go to a divisional rival. Again, a fan favorite that deserved to be on the team. I'm very happy to see him have a chance for success and score his first TD, but for the Cheats, no thanks, can't watch that!
Now we let Chauncey Washington go, I realize anyone can scoop him up off the PS, but he also proved he could contribute especially on Special Teams.
All of this mind you happened because we drafted McKnight who hasn't proved anything except that he has a weak stomach and can't hang on to the football or manage to run without tripping over his own feet. On top of all that, we needed to add Clowney to the active roster-for what? So, he can run a straight post route and suck on special teams. Oh, maybe it's because he's a humanitarian and we felt bad about the whole Leon situation.
All I'm saying is McKnight better prove he was worth a fourth round pick. He was drafted in the fourth with the expectation of replacing Leon, but it looks more like he is going to be like Rhodes.
God forbid we lose LT or Greene to an injury and we are screwed!