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Do you call A. Morris an "elite" RB?

Postby Papa Deuce » Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:10 pm

Now that the season is over, the owner of Morris is trying to trade him. and calling him an elite back........ Whaddya think?

I know that I don't, but then again, I think that there are only about 5 elite RBs in the league.
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Re: Do you call A. Morris an "elite" RB?

Postby moochman » Mon Dec 31, 2012 8:24 pm

I think there are a lot of people in Dallas today that think Alfie is a stud. I don't think he is, but he is a great fit in a great RB system. That makes him a stud in Washington.
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Re: Do you call A. Morris an "elite" RB?

Postby big.d57 » Tue Jan 01, 2013 5:25 pm

I think he's a top Tier RB... but top 5? I'm not so sure.
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Re: Do you call A. Morris an "elite" RB?

Postby Maris09 » Tue Jan 01, 2013 8:34 pm

Ya depends on what you mean by elite. Can mean different things to different people. Seems like he'd be a top 2 round pick, so as long as that's how he's being represented value wise in your trade...

I like him personally.
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Re: Do you call A. Morris an "elite" RB?

Postby Hawkki » Tue Jan 01, 2013 11:35 pm

ive been wondering the same thing, although i wont use the word "elite", more like a top tier RB... Elite is reserved for players that have proven themselves for a few years.
I have a feeling that Morris will be a solid player for years to come. I picked Morris up in both leagues i play in right before the start of the season, he was undrafted in both leagues. After watching him all season, i feel that he has the potential to becoming one of the top five backs in the league.
here are just a few stats... week 17 stats has been excluded...
Morris comes in 4th in rushing yds with 1406, just behind AP(1898), Lynch(1490) and Charles(1460).
Put up 10 TD and averaged 10.9 fantasy points.

If Morris can maintain these stats, which i think he will as well as improve on them, than i believe he will fall in the top tier of back int he next few years.
As for his value next year, id say he'll fall between 8th and 11th overall for his position.
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Re: Do you call A. Morris an "elite" RB?

Postby bungle613 » Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:30 pm

Nope :-D
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Re: Do you call A. Morris an "elite" RB?

Postby murphysxm » Sun Jan 06, 2013 7:45 pm

in non PPR formats, I'd draft him as top 5 RB next year. Top 10 in PPR's. Not elite in my book, but this season wasn't a fluke. He is a perfect fit for that offense
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