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  • #61
    I like Frank Gore the best. He runs with the most power of this group, as well as the versatility that he brings. Health is the only thing that has hold him back.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Borat Sagdiyev
      Originally posted by remix 6
      Originally posted by sweetness34
      Originally posted by FloridaFootball
      nobody will vote for portis since hes been hurt this season. Betts is a crappy backup and has been getting 100 yard games out of his butt. Portis will be back next year and everyone will hop off frank gore's nuts.
      No they won't, especially if Gore keeps putting up numbers like he has.
      Gore's # get a little inflatted with big runs. ..against bad teams especially

      AZ - long of 32 ... 87 yards
      ^18th

      STL - long of 32 ... 127 yards
      ^31st ranked

      PHI - long of 15...52 yards
      ^29th ranked

      KC - long of 14...65 yards
      ^15th

      OAK - long of 26..134 yards
      ^23rd

      SD - long of 22..55 yards
      ^6th

      CHI - long of 53...111 yards
      ^11th

      MIN - long of 11....41 yards
      ^1st

      DET - long of 61...159
      ^21st ranked

      SEA - long of 52...212
      ^20th ranked

      STL - long of 18...134
      ^31st ranked

      NO - long of 12...40
      ^22nd

      GB - long of 72...130
      ^16th

      SEA - long of 40...144
      ^20th ranked
      WHAT? Your list makes no sense. How does the fact that he breaks off long runs diminish his value? Should he just bust shorter runs? I have no idea what you're trying to say. Hey, I just watched LT bust an 85-yard run. He should stop doing that.
      no im just saying if he didnt verse such bad D's and break the long runs that we wouldnt even have this discussion.

      you guys are basing his skill off stats. Portis is clearly the most talented back from Miami . Gore is clearly having the best season of them all. you cant judge off 1 season. we'll see next year. and then the next. and the next. whoever establishes themselves consistently will be the best

      take Gore out. best RB from U between 2002-2005: Portis

      best RB 2006: Gore

      best RB 2007: give it time

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      • #63
        Portis if he weren't in Gibb's system

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        • #64
          Originally posted by 4pAc
          Portis if he weren't in Gibb's system
          its not a good system
          RIP Sean Michael Taylor

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          • #65
            Originally posted by 21ST
            Originally posted by 4pAc
            Portis if he weren't in Gibb's system
            its not a good system
            for Portis
            Whats up buttercup!

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            • #66
              Portis is better than Gore at this point in their careers. Portis is a complete all-around back that does everything you can ask a runningback to do. Gore just started having big-time success this year and I can't realistically put him in the same league as Portis yet. We'll see how Gore does the next few years.

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              • #67
                This season

                Gore
                Mcgahee
                Portis
                James

                Past few seasons
                Portis
                James
                Mcgahee
                Gore

                In the future
                Gore
                Portis
                Mcgahee
                James

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                • #68
                  ^thats good. future comes down to Portis and Gore

                  Portis btw is the youngest to reach 5000 yards i believe

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                  • #69
                    Anyone remember all of the talk during the summer that Portis would break the all time rushing record?

                    That is correct comahan
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                    <3 dg

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                    • #70
                      he could've had a shot if he didn't get traded

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by draftguru151
                        Anyone remember all of the talk during the summer that Portis would break the all time rushing record?
                        It's going to be tough to beat all-time rushing records in this day and age. Running backs wear down too quickly in the NFL and young blood seems to take over faster and faster every year.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by draftguru151
                          Anyone remember all of the talk during the summer that Portis would break the all time rushing record?
                          Which is why it, as in a Running Back's career 'pace,' is never a smart thing to do.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by Moses
                            Originally posted by draftguru151
                            Anyone remember all of the talk during the summer that Portis would break the all time rushing record?
                            It's going to be tough to beat all-time rushing records in this day and age. Running backs wear down too quickly in the NFL and young blood seems to take over faster and faster every year.
                            Yeah. And the main argument for it was Portis' age. But its not age that matters so much as carries and durability. Portis had showed even before this season that he wasn't the most durable of backs and wasn't going to be able to play for another 10 years.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by remix 6
                              ^thats good. future comes down to Portis and Gore

                              Portis btw is the youngest to reach 5000 yards i believe
                              Yeah, but with any team other than Denver and if he wasn't barely 20 when he started his NFL career that would be different. Denver makes Olandis Gary look good for crying out loud.

                              I agree that Portis is great and I had him as the number one rusher this season which obviously isn't happening due to injury. I had Gore finishing around 9th in rushing after the Barlow trade.

                              I don't think McGahee deserves so much credit because I have watched every single one of his NFL games so far as a Bills fan. He is a great back, but he won't do much unless he has good blocking and runs on the outside and gets 25 carries a game. If only he hadn't killed that knee, then again if it weren't for that he wouldn't have fallen to the Bills, so it worked out for the Bills I guess...

                              James to me hasn't been very good since his first major injury with the Colts, since then he has just been above average and not a top teir back, he was a a hall of fame pace but then he got hurt and was more of a multi pro bowler who might get a shot at the hall of fame in a very weak crop.

                              I think that I will withdraw my previous choice of Gore after thinking about it more and I think that Portis is the best of the bunch once again and he is my ultra ultra early pick for best back next year in terms of per game production at least because of his injury problems.

                              They are all great... pretty much I have Gore and Portis and then right behind them McGahee and James. I would like to see what Gore would be like without the injuries, that would just be scary :shock:

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by Space Ghost
                                Originally posted by remix 6
                                ^thats good. future comes down to Portis and Gore

                                Portis btw is the youngest to reach 5000 yards i believe
                                Yeah, but with any team other than Denver and if he wasn't barely 20 when he started his NFL career that would be different. Denver makes Olandis Gary look good for crying out loud.

                                I agree that Portis is great and I had him as the number one rusher this season which obviously isn't happening due to injury. I had Gore finishing around 9th in rushing after the Barlow trade.

                                I don't think McGahee deserves so much credit because I have watched every single one of his NFL games so far as a Bills fan. He is a great back, but he won't do much unless he has good blocking and runs on the outside and gets 25 carries a game. If only he hadn't killed that knee, then again if it weren't for that he wouldn't have fallen to the Bills, so it worked out for the Bills I guess...

                                James to me hasn't been very good since his first major injury with the Colts, since then he has just been above average and not a top teir back, he was a a hall of fame pace but then he got hurt and was more of a multi pro bowler who might get a shot at the hall of fame in a very weak crop.

                                I think that I will withdraw my previous choice of Gore after thinking about it more and I think that Portis is the best of the bunch once again and he is my ultra ultra early pick for best back next year in terms of per game production at least because of his injury problems.

                                They are all great... pretty much I have Gore and Portis and then right behind them McGahee and James. I would like to see what Gore would be like without the injuries, that would just be scary :shock:
                                or McGahee without the blown knee.

                                but its too late to say that. all 4 are very talented but at this point its Gore verse Portis

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