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Sanj Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
Seems 50/50
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Sanj Feb 15
I see 9-10
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Champloo Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
that stretch from Jackson to Gurley is rough, only great pick there is AP.
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Fame Feb 15
Replying to @Champlawl
Wrong 👎 every one one of thoes RB ran for 1000 yards. 2012-2014 is the only horrible stretch.
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Champloo Feb 15
Replying to @Sneakyoverthere
having a good year or two doesn't mean you were a great pick. Injuries and consistency are a thing.
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stackemup Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
last few years everyone begins to realize rbs don't really matter....teams still spend premium picks on rbs.....and it appears, besides LF7, (who just so happened to carry them, with a top D, to the AFCCG) they kinda worked out for them....🙃
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Frank Bocompani Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
They really forgot how to evaluate rbs for like 7 years league wide
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Ryan Smith Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
What's the success percentage based on draft position? How does it compare to other positions? You keep arguing (not saying I disagree) you can get a great ruining back later, but what's the percent chance?
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Titans Purgatory Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
These are great
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Fame Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
Elite list 👌 15 of 19 had a 1000 yard season. The don't pick high at RB narrative is dead. Last 4 years show that.
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Fire Garrett Feb 15
Replying to @Marcus_Mosher
I mean how many WRs in the first round have been busts
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