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Just A Reminder About How Much Of An Insane Athlete Jonathan Stewart Is

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Well, just wanted to go take a trip back to when we drafted Jonathan Stewart and remind everyone just how crazy of a prospect he was.

If he were to go to the draft from last year, he'd make Fournette look like Trent Richardson in comparison. His measurables were downright non-human, and his college tape crazy. Likely could be considered a first ballot HoF back had he not split carries and not been injured so much during the duration of his career.

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To add on, he had incredible tape with his time on Oregon. Just a crazy good runningback.

While Stewart has been largely up and down this season for a variety of reasons, it's still good to have a bit of an appreciation reminder for what J-Stew's done for us. Has been a large part of our rushing success during his time with us thus far.

 

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If he was healthy and the feature back for his whole career hed probably be well over 10,000 rush yards by now. Hes got over 7000 at age 30 after splitting carries for the vast majority of his career and being injured for a decent chunk of that time too. 

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His speed and elusiveness have dropped off , but thats to be expected for a 30 yr old back. Most RBs performance starts dropping off right around age 30. 

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2 minutes ago, JARROD said:

Anyone have that gif of that 60 yard touchdown?

didnt look like he lost much of that speed 

that was 1 play where theres no one in front of him after he breaks the LoS. Anyone can pick up alot of speed if that have that much of a head start and they have 10-15 yards to get in stride and turn on the jets.

I'm talking about speed within 10 yards of the LoS and near the beginning of plays, like right after he gets the ball. Initial explosiveness. 

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5 minutes ago, JARROD said:

Anyone have that gif of that 60 yard touchdown?

didnt look like he lost much of that speed 

everyone in the NFL is fast...the difference is how quickly can you get up to full speed and these days this is what Stew is lacking.

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6 minutes ago, countryboi said:

everyone in the NFL is fast...the difference is how quickly can you get up to full speed and these days this is what Stew is lacking.

I totally disagree. 

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27 minutes ago, JARROD said:

Anyone have that gif of that 60 yard touchdown?

didnt look like he lost much of that speed 

He was actually the 4th fastest guy from that week.

 

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He is the single most under appreciated RB  (by fans) in franchise history, and those same fans think he's done - stick a fork in him. 

 

Not smart.

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3 minutes ago, pantherclaw said:

He is the single most under appreciated RB  (by fans) in franchise history, and those same fans think he's done - stick a fork in him. 

 

Not smart.

Not sure how he's underappreciated. In terms of Panthers' RBs, there's basically DeAngelo, Stew, and Stephen Davis. 

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1 minute ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Not sure how he's underappreciated. In terms of Panthers' RBs, there's basically DeAngelo, Stew, and Stephen Davis. 

Look no further than the Huddles general opinion of him. It hasn't changed in years.

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Jonathan Stewart in his prime = Second best, and second most freakish running back of the past decade or more other than Adrian Peterson.

I'm positive if you put him in place of Ezekiel Elliot he does better than Elliot does on the Cowboys.

He definitely is one of the most underrated players, even from his own fanbase.

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1 hour ago, JARROD said:

Anyone have that gif of that 60 yard touchdown?

didnt look like he lost much of that speed 

He looked slow to me on that run to be honest. Just my opinion. Not the Stew of old. 

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