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norcalgsr


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 1:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


    1. Todd Gurley
    2. Melvin Gordon
    3. Mike Davis
    4. Lache Seastrunk
    5. Kenyan Drake
    6. Alex Collins
    7. Karlos Williams
    8. Ameer Abdullah
    9. Jay Ajayi
    10.Thomas Tyner
    11.Bishop Sankey
    12.Duke Johnson
    13.TJ Yeldon
    14.Javorius Allen
    15.Tre Mason
    16.James White
    17.Devonta Freeman
    18.DJ Foster
    19.Elijah McGuire
    20.Andre Williams

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 3:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

^^ stop trolling
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 4:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cheesehead430 wrote:
1. Andre Williams
2. Tre Mason
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Melvin Gordon
5. Todd Gurley
6. Ka'Deem Carey
7. Jeremy Hill
8. Carlos Hyde
9. Lache Seastrunk
10. TJ Yeldon


@USC - 17 att // 38 yards // 0 td
@Clemson - 24 att // 70 yards // 0 td
@Syracuse - 9 att // 29 yards // 1 td

Do people really consider this guy the best RB in football?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 4:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DirtyDez wrote:
Cheesehead430 wrote:
1. Andre Williams
2. Tre Mason
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Melvin Gordon
5. Todd Gurley
6. Ka'Deem Carey
7. Jeremy Hill
8. Carlos Hyde
9. Lache Seastrunk
10. TJ Yeldon


@USC - 17 att // 38 yards // 0 td
@Clemson - 24 att // 70 yards // 0 td
@Syracuse - 9 att // 29 yards // 1 td

Do people really consider this guy the best RB in football?


Considering he had great games against two of the top three defenses in college football, yes. Not to mention he's the focal point of a otherwise lackluster BC offense.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

norcalgsr wrote:

    1. Todd Gurley
    2. Melvin Gordon
    3. Mike Davis
    4. Lache Seastrunk
    5. Kenyan Drake
    6. Alex Collins
    7. Karlos Williams
    8. Ameer Abdullah
    9. Jay Ajayi
    10.Thomas Tyner
    11.Bishop Sankey
    12.Duke Johnson
    13.TJ Yeldon
    14.Javorius Allen
    15.Tre Mason
    16.James White
    17.Devonta Freeman
    18.DJ Foster
    19.Elijah McGuire
    20.Andre Williams


the lack of Carlos hyde makes you lose all credibility
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

IrishGreen wrote:
buno67 wrote:
Cheesehead430 wrote:
1. Andre Williams
2. Tre Mason
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Melvin Gordon
5. Todd Gurley
6. Ka'Deem Carey
7. Jeremy Hill
8. Carlos Hyde
9. Lache Seastrunk
10. TJ Yeldon


I like you top10. I would switch Hyde and Gordon tho


why? there's no reason hyde is the 4th best RB in the country and Gordon is 8th.


Hyde is the better back...

Hyde broke 100 in every big10 game he was in except for 100. Gordon get held under a 100yards in 4 big10 games.

Purdue,Penn St and Iowa, three common teams both teams faced. Gordon under 100 in 2 of those 3 and Hyde was basically at 150 vs Iowa and PSU and was at 111 vs Purude. You can scream that Gordon didnt get enough carries but Gordon avg per car was 3.6 vs Iowa and 7.0 vs Penn st and was 9.2 v Purude, where Hyde 6.2 vs Iowa and 9.2 vs PSU and 13.9 vs Purdue. Gordon is a good back. Def a top10 back in the nation but Hyde is the better overall back IMO.

Its hard to really place him vs those other RBs but I just strongly believe he is a better back then Gordon.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 6:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

buno67 wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:

    1. Todd Gurley
    2. Melvin Gordon
    3. Mike Davis
    4. Lache Seastrunk
    5. Kenyan Drake
    6. Alex Collins
    7. Karlos Williams
    8. Ameer Abdullah
    9. Jay Ajayi
    10.Thomas Tyner
    11.Bishop Sankey
    12.Duke Johnson
    13.TJ Yeldon
    14.Javorius Allen
    15.Tre Mason
    16.James White
    17.Devonta Freeman
    18.DJ Foster
    19.Elijah McGuire
    20.Andre Williams


the lack of Carlos hyde makes you lose all credibility


You lost credibility when you actually cared to post worthless B/ R material.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 8:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

norcalgsr wrote:
buno67 wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:

    1. Todd Gurley
    2. Melvin Gordon
    3. Mike Davis
    4. Lache Seastrunk
    5. Kenyan Drake
    6. Alex Collins
    7. Karlos Williams
    8. Ameer Abdullah
    9. Jay Ajayi
    10.Thomas Tyner
    11.Bishop Sankey
    12.Duke Johnson
    13.TJ Yeldon
    14.Javorius Allen
    15.Tre Mason
    16.James White
    17.Devonta Freeman
    18.DJ Foster
    19.Elijah McGuire
    20.Andre Williams


the lack of Carlos hyde makes you lose all credibility


You lost credibility when you actually cared to post worthless B/ R material.


um it created conversation outside of talking bowl matchs. Sorry I was trying to bring something different to this thread. It was suppose to spark talk and debates. It worked, it got you to post into this thread...I never said I completely loved the list and agreed with everyhing they said...
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 2:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

buno67 wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
buno67 wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:

    1. Todd Gurley
    2. Melvin Gordon
    3. Mike Davis
    4. Lache Seastrunk
    5. Kenyan Drake
    6. Alex Collins
    7. Karlos Williams
    8. Ameer Abdullah
    9. Jay Ajayi
    10.Thomas Tyner
    11.Bishop Sankey
    12.Duke Johnson
    13.TJ Yeldon
    14.Javorius Allen
    15.Tre Mason
    16.James White
    17.Devonta Freeman
    18.DJ Foster
    19.Elijah McGuire
    20.Andre Williams


the lack of Carlos hyde makes you lose all credibility


You lost credibility when you actually cared to post worthless B/ R material.


um it created conversation outside of talking bowl matchs. Sorry I was trying to bring something different to this thread. It was suppose to spark talk and debates. It worked, it got you to post into this thread...I never said I completely loved the list and agreed with everyhing they said...


Fair enough.

Either way, a top 20 is tough. There's probably a top 5 in their own tier, and then the rest are really closer than people think.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

norcalgsr wrote:
buno67 wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
buno67 wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:

    1. Todd Gurley
    2. Melvin Gordon
    3. Mike Davis
    4. Lache Seastrunk
    5. Kenyan Drake
    6. Alex Collins
    7. Karlos Williams
    8. Ameer Abdullah
    9. Jay Ajayi
    10.Thomas Tyner
    11.Bishop Sankey
    12.Duke Johnson
    13.TJ Yeldon
    14.Javorius Allen
    15.Tre Mason
    16.James White
    17.Devonta Freeman
    18.DJ Foster
    19.Elijah McGuire
    20.Andre Williams


the lack of Carlos hyde makes you lose all credibility


You lost credibility when you actually cared to post worthless B/ R material.


um it created conversation outside of talking bowl matchs. Sorry I was trying to bring something different to this thread. It was suppose to spark talk and debates. It worked, it got you to post into this thread...I never said I completely loved the list and agreed with everyhing they said...


Fair enough.

Either way, a top 20 is tough. There's probably a top 5 in their own tier, and then the rest are really closer than people think.


yeah its very tough to rank 20 RBs. The only thing I liked about the B/R ranking is he had a criteria for his ranking. ranked the guys in 5 areas, added the points up and ranked them by the score. Like Melvin Gordon is a very good back, a back I would love on the Browns but he would of been hire on the rankings if he was able to catch the ball out of the backfield. Like Gordon's career at Wisky, he has only caught 3 passes. You look at James White and he has over 70 career catches. Like in todays game witht he amount of passing there is, you need a RB that can be hurt you out of the backfield.

The one thing I will say to defend this list is ppl are not looking at the scoring break down or how he graded each player. I think if he put an injury rating on a RB. Gurley would not of been so high on his list but he had it down to 5 of the most basic skills a RB needs
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2013 12:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DirtyDez wrote:
Cheesehead430 wrote:
1. Andre Williams
2. Tre Mason
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Melvin Gordon
5. Todd Gurley
6. Ka'Deem Carey
7. Jeremy Hill
8. Carlos Hyde
9. Lache Seastrunk
10. TJ Yeldon


@USC - 17 att // 38 yards // 0 td
@Clemson - 24 att // 70 yards // 0 td
@Syracuse - 9 att // 29 yards // 1 td

Do people really consider this guy the best RB in football?


You act like that is a bad thing. Syracuse is the only team in the nation to not allow a 100 yard rusher. Our run defense was legit this year...
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2013 4:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

marshawn lynch wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
Cheesehead430 wrote:
1. Andre Williams
2. Tre Mason
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Melvin Gordon
5. Todd Gurley
6. Ka'Deem Carey
7. Jeremy Hill
8. Carlos Hyde
9. Lache Seastrunk
10. TJ Yeldon


@USC - 17 att // 38 yards // 0 td
@Clemson - 24 att // 70 yards // 0 td
@Syracuse - 9 att // 29 yards // 1 td

Do people really consider this guy the best RB in football?


You act like that is a bad thing. Syracuse is the only team in the nation to not allow a 100 yard rusher. Our run defense was legit this year...


And he missed the 2nd half with a screw up shoulder he had been playing with for 4 weeks.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 3:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

buno67 wrote:
IrishGreen wrote:
buno67 wrote:
Cheesehead430 wrote:
1. Andre Williams
2. Tre Mason
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Melvin Gordon
5. Todd Gurley
6. Ka'Deem Carey
7. Jeremy Hill
8. Carlos Hyde
9. Lache Seastrunk
10. TJ Yeldon


I like you top10. I would switch Hyde and Gordon tho


why? there's no reason hyde is the 4th best RB in the country and Gordon is 8th.


Hyde is the better back...

Hyde broke 100 in every big10 game he was in except for 100. Gordon get held under a 100yards in 4 big10 games.

Purdue,Penn St and Iowa, three common teams both teams faced. Gordon under 100 in 2 of those 3 and Hyde was basically at 150 vs Iowa and PSU and was at 111 vs Purude. You can scream that Gordon didnt get enough carries but Gordon avg per car was 3.6 vs Iowa and 7.0 vs Penn st and was 9.2 v Purude, where Hyde 6.2 vs Iowa and 9.2 vs PSU and 13.9 vs Purdue. Gordon is a good back. Def a top10 back in the nation but Hyde is the better overall back IMO.

Its hard to really place him vs those other RBs but I just strongly believe he is a better back then Gordon.


disagree, but obviously hyde is very good as well
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 8:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I actually like Bleacher Reports ARTICLES. But their lists are terrible.
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Bishop Sankey is a top 10 RB...
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