Here is my top ten RB list.
Here is my top ten RB list.
1. Alexander 2.Tomlinson 3. James 4.McGahee 5. Portis
Behind Michael Vick
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If I was choosing a franchise RB, I would consider more than just 2005 stats. I would consider upside as well.
3. L. Johnson
5. C. Williams
7. J. Jones
8. S. Jackson
9. T. Bell
t10. R. Brown (isn't as effective as a featured back)
T. Jones is injury prone and Portis plays when he feels like it.
Last edited by ParanoidAndroid; 12-04-2005 at 02:10 AM.
Originally Posted by andyxc71
Same can be said for Willis IMO
Originally Posted by Fairway
I've seen hints of this also, but I think alot of that may have to do with the personel in front of him!
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Right now, I would not rank him in the top 10. Perhaps in the 12-15 range. I do think he has a chance to be one of the best, but he needs to extract his head from his butt, shut his mouth, and play hard all of the time.
Let's at least give Whaley a chance.
I'll rank him after today.
I have him ranked in the top ten. I like his confidence, but if he honestly thinks he is the best in the NFL he is out of his freakin mind. I would much rather have LT on this team. He definately needs to shut his trap in the future.
I don't rank running backs...it's all in the line.
Emmitt Smith wasn't even one of the 10 best backs ever...he just played behind possibly the best OL ever.
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We have the worst o-line in the NFL and people want to rank our RB? IMO Willis and JP are in about the worst situation a young QB and RB can be in. Anyone who rips Willis for having no holes, coming out on 3rd downs, never getting any swing/screen passes should be banned from this board for life for incompetence.Originally Posted by Ebenezer
S. Alexander RB, SEA
L. Tomlinson RB, SDG
Stephen Davis RB, CAR
E. James RB, IND
Larry Johnson RB, KAN
LaMont Jordan RB, OAK
Mike Anderson RB, DEN
Rudi Johnson RB, CIN
S. Jackson RB, STL
Corey Dillon RB, NE
Tiki Barber RB, NYG
Thomas Jones RB, CHI
Priest Holmes RB, KAN
T.J. Duckett RB, ATL
Mike Alstott RB, TAM
C. Portis RB, WAS
Curtis Martin RB, NYJ
Chris Brown RB, TEN
Tatum Bell RB, DEN
Kevin Jones RB, DET
Marion Barber RB, DAL
B. Jacobs RB, NY
have all scored more TDs than him this year, and after all isnt that all that matters?
so he is the 23rd best back in the League.
NoOriginally Posted by venis2k1