Jonathan Stewart rushed just 10 times for 51 yards and added one reception for six yards versus the Redskins in Week 9.
Coach Ron Rivera said he wanted to feed Stewart more consistently so he could better develop a hot hand. He lied. Stewart broke off runs of 11, 17, and 21 yards on his first five carries, but the Panthers liberally sprinkled in DeAngelo Williams and Mike Tolbert in a committee attack. After meeting with the tailbacks this week, FOX analyst Daryl Johnston was under the impression that the timeshare would be back in effect. Barring statements from Rivera to the contrary, Stewart won't have a feature back's workload in Week 10 versus the Broncos.
They are just trying to salvage any remaining value for Williams before they trade him in the offseason.
Yay, let's keep holding our talented players back. You know, Ron, if you wish to keep having a job, maybe you should take a more realistic approach to the game.
This isn't pee-wee's. Everyone doesn't have to play.
Way to go fleaflicker you sure know how to project points! Projected him 19 last week and he got 5 week before phillip tanner 16 bum got 1 got to get better
Meh, I'm locked and loaded with Stewart in dynasty for next year. If he breaks out the second half of this season, great, but ultimately I'll be happy if D-Will is gone for 2013.