04-25-2007, 05:58 AM
In the Starting Line-up
Join Date: Mar 2006
Re: What Running Back Do You Want?
Originally Posted by sebman2112
his size and athletic ability is off the charts, but frankly he didn't do much in college. I don't mean that he didn't get many carries, because I that can be a good thing. What I am talking about is that he didn't do all that much with the carries he did get.
This is exactly what all of the profilers write -- because it's so obvious. The Pats scouts have done their homework on him, but it's the coaches who will have a strong say in his evaluation. "Can he play for the Pats?" -- is the ultimate question asked by BB of his evaluators regarding EVERY prospect.
On topic: I'll opt for one of the RBs who had excellent workouts. And/or one of the RBs who's production may have been affected by an injury. Or a RB whose level of competition wasn't the highest (a sleeper). Or a RB whose offense wasn't suited for his skills.
In any order:
I don't want a RB who was trapped for a loss 32 times and fumbled 6.
"What we want to try to do is maximize each spot on the roster; we want to be stronger at No. 1 than the opponent, stronger at No. 25 than they are, and stronger at No. 53 than they are, we're always looking to upgrade the talent level on the team, and play together to be functional."
- Bill Belichick -