I am just looking at some old games ( 2013). Looking at him, his is still making and struggling with the same issues. I know I shouldn't, but I always compare every FB to Mike Alstott and Peyton Hillis, they hardly get hit behind the line. This is not because their O-lines are that great, but because they feel when pressure is near. Mike is still getting hit behind the line when sometimes he can avoid. It is still frustrating to see him as a runner. He is an extremely inconsistent and streaky. His mechanics are poor with him running off his back foot and unbalanced causing hime to fall on his fat ass. I guess is this why they drafted the 6'5'' Tra T. I tend to wonder if the front office is sold on him as the future , because Im not. This has to be his make or break year. Love Mike as a person, the best thing that could happen to the Charlotte area, but not my choice for the future. I really like John Connor , I see the Jets going somewhere with him. Thanks for your views and replies.
When a qb swings wins in such a way, that is how you know he is a franchise qb.
Look at the likes of;
These qbs are only going to swing the win and loss category if they were lost by 1-3 games.
But if you look at;
I think it is safe to say each of these qbs swings games by 7-10 games. If any of those above qbs went down, their club is not going to win more than five games, and that to me is a significant sign of a franchise qb.
Of the pairs of players below, which player will do you believe will produce more (statistically) during the 2014 season? Try to take in account all stats pertaining to their positional group and just generally average them off to who is more "productive by season's end". My choices are in bold.
Jonathan Stewart vs. DeAngelo Williams
Kelvin Benjamin vs. Greg Olsen
Ed Dickson vs. Brandon Williams
Mike Tolbert vs. Cam Newton (on the ground/rushing)
Charles Johnson vs. Greg Hardy
Dwan Edwards vs. Kawann Short
AJ Klein vs. Chase Blackburn
Melvin White vs. Bene Benwikere
Hardy (In terms of sacks, I think CJ will be the better overall DE)