At Wisconsin, when he set the college rushing record, the guy had an awesome O-line, and just tremendous power for a college rusher. I used to watch the guy run into a pile of players, and then watch the whole pile move foward 5-10 more yards. It was amazing to watch, over and over again. Of course, power rushing in college and the NFL are two completely different things. The guy has little patience when it comes to letting a play develop, and then is not great at picking holes. I think the guy could still be a legit NFL power rusher, but needs some better coaching in order to learn how to properly use his skills. He never adjusted his game when moving up from college to the pros. With a willingness to change his game, and a decent running back coach, I think he could still be a good short yardage/goal-line runningback.
"Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy."