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View Poll Results: Who will win the starting fullback job?

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    Training Camp Positional Battle #4: Starting Fullback


    Who will win the starting Fullback job?


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    #39 John "The Terminator" Conner, 5-11 245 lbs


    #45 Henry "The Hynocerous" Hynoski, 6-1 266 lbs







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    Okay I like Hynoski but I'm sitting here watching last years Hard Knocks and just watched John Connor get cut by Marvin Lewis after having a great camp because Hue Jackson made Orson Charles his project for infusing versatility to the position. I'm pulling for him. This guy would be a perennial all pro 20 years ago, now he's fighting for a roster spot on a different team every year despite being the best blocking FB in the world currently.
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    I think Hynoski is a bit more versatile with his ability to catch out of the backfield, but I think Connor wins this one

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    Can I ask a genuine question to you and everyone else that thinks Hynoski is more versatile? Can you tell me why. This seems to be a pretty wide consensus where I'm the only ******* sitting outside looking in, so someone please enlighten me
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
    Can I ask a genuine question to you and everyone else that thinks Hynoski is more versatile? Can you tell me why. This seems to be a pretty wide consensus where I'm the only ******* sitting outside looking in, so someone please enlighten me
    Hynoski is not a great receiver by any means, don't get me wrong....but Conner from what I've seen has stone hands.

    I watch Jets games as well with my dad cause he's a gang green fan, and I may be wrong but at least Hynoski can make the easy catches in space as an under the radar receiver whereas Conner is just a blocker.

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    I like hynoski a lot and I believe he would be a starter on 75% of teams in the NFL But I'm going with Conner here... Hynoserious is a better receiver but we need blocking

    steal of the draft cleanthony early

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    Training Camp Positional Battle #4: Starting Fullback

    Hyno is a great blocker and seems to have better hands and is better in space with the ball. That's why I think if healthy he wins it. But I don't think he's light years ahead so it's really a coinflip to me.

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    Hyno ahead of Conner on today's unofficial depth chart.

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    Training Camp Positional Battle #4: Starting Fullback

    Conner cut. Hyno the rhino baby!

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    Deserved. I thought Conner was the better player coming into camp quite easily but was pretty disappointed in his run blocking. Not the same player as last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
    Deserved. I thought Conner was the better player coming into camp quite easily but was pretty disappointed in his run blocking. Not the same player as last year.
    I think the sad part is when you're a FB and get cut in this league, there are so few teams still using them that you don't exactly have a good shot of landing somewhere else. Might have to settle for RB work in the CFL.

    NFL needs a minor league system...

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    I thought Hyno had a serious shoulder injury? What you just said actually helps us a lot since Connor will likely be free to sign if Hyno gets injured again.

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