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Jay Ajayi 2018 Outlook

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Ajayi is a tough dude there is no denying that between back issue and playing through torn acl. Sucks.

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16 minutes ago, Zig Zag said:

 

You would think it would be hard for a team to fake a torn ACL.  But I am sure his comments didn't help the matter.

 

 

Update: Pederson threw a paper ball at Ajayi, resulting in a broken back and torn ACL. 

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14 minutes ago, Flyers_28 said:

the question is has he played his last down as an eagle ?

free agent next year 

That's probably his last down as a football player

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Just now, Zig Zag said:

 

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See you in a year. You think anyone's gonna make him even a second stringer next year?

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Feel bad for the guy. But thankfully now I can cut him and use the roster spot on somebody with upside.

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Just now, pushaZ said:

See you in a year. You think anyone's gonna make him even a second stringer next year?

 

Uhh yeah absolutely.  

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3 minutes ago, pushaZ said:

See you in a year. You think anyone's gonna make him even a second stringer next year?

 

Of course. Start printing his Pats jersey.

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Still don't understand the hate for this guy. He's a talented workhorse back who with the exception of one season hasn't been given workhorse duties. Peterson is as much of a headcase as Adam Gase so hopefully he gets out of Philly next season. It will be interesting to see where he will land and I could see him being a Carlos Hyde like value next year (probably unhyped middle round veteran back on a new team who can return high end RB2 value).

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this guy became droppable and irrelevant with that goalline fumble, but injury is sad in general.

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It would be great to see the Eagles trade for LeVeon Bell and then watch Pederson give him 8 carries while giving a combination of Smallwood, Clement, and Sproles a combined 15-20 carries per game. 

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Absolutely railroaded.... so from his lips wanting more carries to the coaches ears to the coach agreeing he needs used more to IR all within 4 hours after practice.... that was an absolute oh more carries sure by the way you're on injured reserve :angry: eff...

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So what do you guys think his outlook is in 2019? He'll be coming back from an ACL injury and he may not be an Eagle anymore. I kind of get a bad gut feeling about where this is heading.

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On 12/7/2018 at 8:31 AM, Spyplane said:

So what do you guys think his outlook is in 2019? He'll be coming back from an ACL injury and he may not be an Eagle anymore. I kind of get a bad gut feeling about where this is heading.

 

He's an unrestricted FA, so I don't see him going back to Philly. I think someone is going to sign him as a backup, but health is going to be a huge question mark next year. I see no scenario in which he is signed by anyone to be a lead back, so I just don't see a good outlook for him in 2019. Back injuries don't just go away.

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