Siggyfawn wrote:Goal line back? You obviously don't have a clue about Duckett.
First of all, he's not even a power runner. That's part of the problem, he dances around and doesn't run people over. He best runs are to the edge/outside.
And this year his only carries are NOT on the goal line. Dunn has gotten it everytime, which is why he has 4 rushing TDs. Even in short yardage, they don't bring in Duckett.
It's been the same old story, no one knows why Duckett doesn't get carries. He never got it under Reeves, and seems the new coaching staff isn't too impressed either. He also does stupid thinks like refusing to do the off-season workouts, prefering to workout at home w/ his own trainer.
Anyway Duckett won't get any TDs, and he won't get any carries unless Dunn gets hurt.
Duckett most certainly is more of a goal line back than Warrick Dunn is... Now, I could be wrong, but I don't think I've seen the Falcons with the ball inside the 5, yet... And so, we haven't seen Duckett in the ballgame in that situation, but I ask you this:
If you have the ball at the 1-foot line, and you need to slam it in between the tackles, who do you give the ball to:
Warrick Dunn - 5'8", 185 lbs ???
TJ Duckett - 6'0", 255 lbs ???
Sorry but YES you are wrong, by far, this is just runs 5 yards and under:
ARZ vs ATL
2-5-ARI5 (8:44) W.Dunn left tackle to ARZ 4 for 1 yard (R.Kolodziej)
ATL vs STL
1-4-STL4 (6:07) W.Dunn right tackle to SL 3 for 1 yard (E.Flowers)
1-2-STL2 (9:46) W.Dunn right tackle for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN
4-1-STL2 (12:40) W.Dunn right tackle for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN
SF vs ATL
1-2-SF2 (6:30) W.Dunn up the middle for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN
All good though Pimp.