Found November 09, 2012 on Juan Elway:
I can fly Juan… With DMC and Mike Goodson out for week 10 the duties will be up to Taiwan Jones and Marcel Reece against the Ravens. Taiwan Jones will be the ‘starter’, which can be nothing more than ceremonial at times.  The Raiders have really failed to run the ball effectively this season and they may not change even against a Ravens team that has been run over during the last month.  The problem with Jones has been ball security and missed assignments.  You can hope for that he breaks off a long run or two with his speed, its hard to imagine him getting a huge workload as the Raiders will most likely be playing from behind.  One thing is for certain, he’s fast. Carson Palmer: “He does amazing things in practice, he’s by far the fastest person on the field and he will be fastest person on the field on Sunday,” Palmer said. “Not that you want to see guys get banged up, but I’m excited about the opportunity he’s getting. “He’ll get his touches and I can’t wait. He’s so electrifying. He puts his foot in the ground and goes. He wiggles out of hits, he wiggles out of tackles. I can’t wait to throw him the ball, get him in the open field.” Marcel Reece is a physical specimen that might be one of the fastest 255lb guys in the NFL.  He fast and a great receiver that will be used on passing downs this week.  He caught 8 passes for 95/1 last week, but we haven’t seen what he can do running the ball in the regular season.  He has flashed running the ball in preseason though and is a low end RB2 in PPR leagues this week.  Some have considered him a West Coast Aaron Hernandez. “I feel comfortable doing anything in this offense,” Reece said. “They’ve prepared me a long time ago to do anything in this offense and I’m prepared to do it. Whatever happens on Sunday, whatever they ask me to do I’m going to go do it.” Antonio Brown Is Out Week 10 Vegas Lines For Week 10
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