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    ESPN ranks the running backs

    FWP is 13th
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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    Quote Originally Posted by anger 82&95
    FWP is 13th
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    Gosh if Ronnie Brown could stay healthy he'd be top ten easily. With that crap line he was still ballin' at the beginning of the year.
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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    i stopped reading when i saw C Portis, M Lynch and Willis Mc. ranked above Willie not to mention Jones Drew behind those cats.

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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    How could you rate Gore, Portis and McGahee over Willie. Just garbage.

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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    How could you rate Gore, Portis and McGahee over Willie. Just garbage.
    I agree.

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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    How could you rate Gore, Portis and McGahee over Willie. Just garbage.
    well, they're all from the U.... (running back U)

    soon, they'll be doing the same thing (again) with LBs from PSU. :P
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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    Some folks would argue that according to some stat website that Willie is like 46th best in the league.

    I wouldn't be one of them.

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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    Quote Originally Posted by asiansteel
    How could you rate Gore, Portis and McGahee over Willie. Just garbage.
    They have vision. Willie doesn't.
    They have good instincts. Willie doesn't.

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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    Some of these writers are really beginning to crack me up this off season. Where they come up with some of this stuff we'll never know. They'll write anything to get a pay check.
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    Re: ESPN ranks the running backs

    arguing about ANYTHING from ESPN is like wrestling a pig. It's a whole lot of effort that accomplishes nothing. ESPN has been useless since around 1995. I don't watch the channel. I don't read the magazine. I don't surf the website. They are the national enquirer of sports. I have no doubt that when they did their 'ranking' the editors looked at it and said "this is too obvious. we need to change some names around or folks won't get upset and talk about it". ESPN would rank Jamal Lewis #1 if they thought it would sell issues.

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