He was a feature back in the NFL Championship; was productive in that offense. Stick with reality, not with some sliding-scale approximation of who's "the best". PT can ball; he reminds me of a more explosive curtis martin.
EDIT: 4.8 career is a JAG? He catches some 3-5 balls a game as well.
Last edited by WestCoastOffensive; 08-01-2013 at 12:28 PM.
And if we have a dominant line, any RB can get yards.
No. A below average back won't get all the yards that are blocked (dancing, missing holes, missing cutback lanes, not following blocks, etc.). A league average back will get the yards that are blocked, and nothing more. (See Greene, Shonn). An above average back will get additional yards beyond those that are blocked (make defenders miss, break tackles, etc.)