does he have the same agent as portis?
Yep, Drew Rosenhaus, satan's favorite son.
I like Droughns more than Anderson. Better hands, better vision, and better explosion off the snap. I honestly don't have that much room on my roster for Anderson.
My thoughts exactly, Anderson is the equivalent of an older, injury prone Droughns at this point. We'd be best to cut him, save the cap room and save the roster spot, instead of having two guys with the same skills on the depth chart.
My ideal picture of what we'll do for the RB spot.
HB1 - Bell/Droughns split time as starter.
HB2 - Q backs the two of them up, sees 3rd and long action and other light spot work. Gets to mop up in decided games to see if he can step it up.
FB1 - Kyle Johnson, legit blocking FB who'll do a lot of good for our starting HB. Johnson + Droughns is a fearsome duo.
FB2 - Cecil Sapp. Looks a lot like Droughns or Anderson, but with more size so he can play a more run oriented FB. mix him in with Johnson, give him a couple carries a game, and see what he can do.
3 HBs and 2 FBs. Have a couple decent practice squaders too. I'd also like to see Droughns return to KR/PR duties, which he can split with Q and Luke, but with Droughns seeing most of the action. He's valuable to have on the field.
RB is a position of significant strength in the organization, we should make use of it to cover up our shortcomings. Having a few plays were Q plays as a WR wouldn't be bad I don't think, since anything that can get him the ball in space makes him into a weapon. Droughns should still be our short yardage horse, and Bell can be the gamebreaker who puts up the TDs and takes the big chunks of yardage. I don't think its unreasonable to think that we could split time between Bell and Droughns, with both reaching close to 1,000 yards next season, if not both doing it. We averaged about 145 yards per game last season. I'd like to see that up around about 155 if we're going to have a really successful season, and that should make us 1 or 2 in rushing leaguewide.