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Is the Ryan Moats experiment done?




I was an advocate last week for not giving Moats too much credit after Buffalo. I felt that the Bills run defense is so bad that it didnt matter who was running the ball. Moats got the nod this week because Slaton couldnt protect the ball. Thats it. All the talk about Moats hitting the hole better was always nonsense to me, and the Colts game just reinforced that to me. The problem was never Slaton hitting the hole, it was always the lack of blocking sucess from the offensive line. So after a 38 yard with a 2.3 YPC performance, is anyone convinced he should keep getting the load? I mean he fumbled on the 1 yard line, and protecting the ball was the only reason NOT to have Slaton in that exact position. I believe that coming out of the bye, you gotta go back with Slaton with 75% of the touches. Hes more talented and more dangerous in open space. Thoughts?

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