Kensat30 wrote:Jamal Lewis has finished 1 season out of 5 in the top10 RBs. What does it matter if his ankle is fully healed yet or if he is in good shape after spending a few months in prison, he is obviously a top5 RB this season.
how is jamal lewis not top 5?
way to skew the stats too. one of his five years he sat our with the knee injury.
every other year he had 1000 yard season. for every game start he has had, jamal lewis has averaged 100+ years (which not many RBs can say they have done over the past 5 years).
the man is averaging 1440+ yards per season (excluding the one knee injury season) right now. undeniable.
now the icing on the cake and what truly makes him a top 5 RB for this season is that he constantly faces 8-9 man fronts with regularity coupled with the worst pass attack over the past 5 years. if all this doesnt make him a top five RB, then i dont know what constitutes one...
you better not be one of those guys who thinks willis mcgahee is a top 5 RB, if you are then anything you say and your reputation is now discounted...