Re: The prospect of just keeping mendenhall
We have Dwyer and Redman, both of who have performed better than Mendy whenever they've had the opportunity. For our 3rd back, we need a player with desire, a solid work ethic, a good attitude, some respect for the team, and some respect for himself.
Of course, it should go without saying that we'd like a decisive back who hits the holes hard, fights for extra yards, and hangs onto the ball.
Why is Mendenhall even in the conversation at this point? Yeah, it was a blown #1 pick, which always hurts, but at some point it's time to move on.
The black and gold ostrich of rebuilding denial.