2019 RB's vs 2018 RB's

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Re: 2019 RB's vs 2018 RB's

Postby Krypto_King » Wed Oct 24, 2018 4:27 pm

My 2019 tiers as of today
Big Backs(210lb+)
Tier 1(day 2 NFL)
Darrell Henderson, Damien Harris, Miles Sanders, Elijah Holyfield, Damarea Crockett, Rodney Anderson*

Tier 2(day 3 NFL)
David Montgomery, Travon Mcmillan, LJ Scott, Benny Snell, Alex Mattison

Small Backs
Tier 1
Trayveon Williams
Devin Singletary

Tier 2
Justice Hill
Myles Gaskin
Bryce Love


On the downside, most of my favorites are small school and/or less track record of production meaning less draft capital meaning less NFL opportunity. If they all declare I think it is a pretty average RB class just lacking that one guy you'd want to spend a top 3 rookie pick on.

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Re: 2019 RB's vs 2018 RB's

Postby doublesticks » Thu Oct 25, 2018 8:33 am

As a Mizzou season ticket holder, 2 things regarding Crockett...
1. I'm not sure he will jump to the NFL unless he goes off down the stretch because he basically lost a year due to injury last year and
2. He may not even be the best RB on the team right now...Roundtree is playing great and that rotation with Badie is MUCH better than we were expecting going into this year where we thought the offense was going to be the Drew Lock air it out show.

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Re: 2019 RB's vs 2018 RB's

Postby bjd5211 » Thu Oct 25, 2018 9:48 am

doublesticks wrote:
Thu Oct 25, 2018 8:33 am
As a Mizzou season ticket holder, 2 things regarding Crockett...
1. I'm not sure he will jump to the NFL unless he goes off down the stretch because he basically lost a year due to injury last year and
2. He may not even be the best RB on the team right now...Roundtree is playing great and that rotation with Badie is MUCH better than we were expecting going into this year where we thought the offense was going to be the Drew Lock air it out show.
Even more reason to go pro if he's healthy and projects to go somewhat high in the draft. It's always in an RBs best interest, more so than any other position, to enter the draft early if they are a legitimate draft prospect. Age and workload is always a huge on RBs and their contract value so reducing those factors and not subjecting themselves to an injury during another year of playing for free is in their best financial interests.

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Re: 2019 RB's vs 2018 RB's

Postby ebsteelers » Thu Oct 25, 2018 10:30 am

this seems like a draft where moving out of 1.01 for multiple shots could be better than having 1.01..

or if you like aj brown or bryan Edwards put all the chips in and take one of them at 1.01 and be done for the day.

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Re: 2019 RB's vs 2018 RB's

Postby Defender » Thu Oct 25, 2018 1:24 pm

Valhalla wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 8:30 am
AlPal&Ange wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 6:15 am
...Chubb (his receiving ineptness scares me) behind.
Why are people so sure this "ineptness" exists?
In his first game as a starter, Chubb had 2 targets. Duke has 4. I really think Duke’s presence (and more specifically, his role) is being overblown.
The standard is the standard.


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