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  • #16
    Any running back can run behind Denvers OL, same thing with the Cheifs. Remember when that Blaylock dude filled in when Holmes was injured and ran for almost 250 yards?

    I dont know who I would take though, everyone tried to stop LJ and couldnt. Not to many teams could line the entire D after jackson because they had Holt, and a QB etc...

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    • #17
      Originally posted by brownsfan
      Any running back can run behind Denvers OL, same thing with the Cheifs. Remember when that Blaylock dude filled in when Holmes was injured and ran for almost 250 yards?
      Huh? That was two seasons ago. Since then we have lost Willie Roaf, Will Shields is well past his prime, and the offensive scheme has totally changed.

      KC's offense in 2006 was a 180 from their offense in 2004 - if you watched any Chiefs games this past season you would have known that.


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      • #18
        I'll take Jackson, because he catches more balls and he's only 23.


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        • #19
          Larry Johnson. He is the better pure runner, and while i like Jackson, i feel LJ brings "it" more. Plus, i feel LJ is tad more explosive.

          Running backs being able to catch and make plays in the passising game is overrated. You have TEs and WRs, use them. As long as the RB can pass pro, and catch a screen pass, i am satisfied....and LJ can do that.

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          • #20
            Another thing, earlier this year, Rams fans were complaining that Jackson ran "like a 240 lb scatback". Has that changed at all?


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            • #21
              Well, I think Johnson is the better runner, but I prefer Jackson. That is in no way saying that LJ isnt a great back, I just like Jackson.




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              • #22
                I'm not going to argue with those who say SJax, because they're both ridiculous specimens, and I'd be happy with either one of them, but to say LJ is a product of the system is totally BS. He didn't have Roaf or Trich this year, along with Green being out. Will Shields and Casey Weigman are really on the decline. We had two OG's playing the OT spots along with a guy who's the size of a TE with a bad back, and a TE playing the FB position (he did okay though). Even Brian Waters got injured in the middle of the season. Yet LJ was still the 2nd best back int he NFL this season (would have been first, but LT just happened to have a CRAZY season).

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                • #23
                  I'm going to go for Jackson because I believe that not only is he the better all round player, he also seems a better person in my view, someone more committed to the team then LJ, who seems to cause a rift of some sort on the Chiefs.

                  Now, living in England, my limited knowledge and exposure to such individual stories are much lower then you guys, so if Jackson is as much of a distraction as LJ then just ignore my post.

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                  • #24
                    Ill take Jackson over Johnson, Jackson is a dual threat RB, and I think he'll be better for longer.
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Jango
                      I'm going to go for Jackson because I believe that not only is he the better all round player, he also seems a better person in my view, someone more committed to the team then LJ, who seems to cause a rift of some sort on the Chiefs.

                      Now, living in England, my limited knowledge and exposure to such individual stories are much lower then you guys, so if Jackson is as much of a distraction as LJ then just ignore my post.

                      LJ's not commited to the team? He might not have been his first 2 years before getting the starting job (rightfully so, the way DV treated him), but since his number was called when Priest went down LJ has been a team player. He carried the ball over 400 times this year. If you ask me it takes a commited person to do that for the team. He always says he want to bring Shields, Trent and the old guys a SB, and when asked about a new contract this week LJ said he isn't worried about it, and his goal is to "win the SB not be the riches man alive". That's not a "ME" type player.

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                      • #26
                        I love watching Johnson run over people, but I have to give my nod to Jackson

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                        • #27
                          assuming we're ignoring the carries johnson had last year (i can't see how that won't affect him next season) i'd take LJ. if we're taking that into consideration, jackson definitely nudges a bit closer.

                          i do find it funny that people were calling for a 2500 yard season for LJ at the beginning of the year and suddenly would rather have jackson (who they hadn't really noticed all season).

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by njx9
                            assuming we're ignoring the carries johnson had last year (i can't see how that won't affect him next season) i'd take LJ. if we're taking that into consideration, jackson definitely nudges a bit closer.

                            i do find it funny that people were calling for a 2500 yard season for LJ at the beginning of the year and suddenly would rather have jackson (who they hadn't really noticed all season).
                            It's quite simple LJ finished the year with a bad Colts games (OLine's fault), and SJax was probablly had the best stats of all RB's the last 3 or 4 games. Therefore, SJax has the momentum, and it will carry on throught the offseason. Now say LJ runs wild on the Colts and the Chiefs move to the next round these poll results would deffinatley look different.

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                            • #29
                              LJ for me pls


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                              • #30
                                LJ is the better back, but Stephen Jackson will have the better year.
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