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John LopezCo-host of In The Loop, SportsRadio 610 #LopezOnSports
He might not be the answer, but he's the answer they have right now. All he can do is stuff the run, fill the gaps and put pressure on the quarterback up the middle. And right now, that's all they need him to do. They don't need him to go sideline to sideline like Brian Cushing.
Nick WrightCo-host of In The Loop, SportsRadio 610 #getnickwright
I expect Dobbins to be able to do his job, but nothing more. Brian Cushing had an ability to make "plus" plays, and I don't know that Dobbins can do that, but I do think Dobbins can play at an adequate level.