Now we all know Edge left and wasn't happy with his situation here. Now this leaves us with Hightower who had 1 100 yard rushing game "against the Rams" and averaged just under 3 yards per carry and a rookie that everyone is falling in love with Chris "Beanie" Wells. Besides these 2 we have Larod Stephens-Howling, Jason Wright, and Chris Vincent.
If it wasn't for Edge in the post season we would of had a tougher time becoming NFC champs. He was the all around back and veteran who provided the cards with a running game in the post season. Don't get me wrong Hightower was a touchdown machine last year, but Edge provided Hightower with his knowledge of the game and took him under his wing. Now that aspect is gone.
Here's a look at some veteran RB's available (of course I took Edge off of this list ) to tutor our young RB's and provide the Cards with depth at the position. Keep in mind Hightower's stats ( 143 attempts for 399 yards, 2.8 yards per carry, *10 TD's )
Whats your opinion are we set at RB with these young guys? Or should we bring in a vet to tudor these young guys and provide a bit more depth?