Dr. Duran Duran wrote:Bigpop wrote:I don't know...I mean I have him on my team and I watched the game. I was not impressed. He had one really nice run, which got the TD but he was pretty average tbh, at least imo.
Truth is, it's not entirely Brown's fault. Albeit, those two passes he dropped were all on him. However,the offensive line is a disaster. Aside from Anthony Castonzo on the left side, they really have a patchwork line. If you watched the game, Seth Olsen might have suffered one of the worst games in Colts history - allowing every would-be tackler behind the line of scrimmage a free shot at both Donald Brown and Vick Ballard before they even got to the line of scrimmage. It's a nightmare to watch from a fan's perspective. Still, I think Brown's quickness and ability to get nasty in the open field will keep him on the field a lot and he is without a doubt the best goalline back on the team. Top ten is a stretch, but he's still a very good #2 running back to own.
Great perspective 3D. Hope they can shore up that Oline well enough they don't kill Luck. Brown doesn't exactly have the most favorable schedule to run on, either. A lot of things will have to fall together for him to threaten the top ten.