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Texans34Life
11-04-2011, 09:55 AM
Even if it's at #2.... :fans:

KingJames LeBron James
My Top 5 RB's in the NFL: 1.AP 2. Arian Foster 3. LeSean McCoy 4. Matt Forte(Pay him please!) 5. Ray Rice

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Top 5 WR's: 1. Megatron 2. Andre Johnson 3. Steve Smith(Car) 4. Larry Fitz 5. Mike Wallace

Texecutioner
11-04-2011, 10:06 AM
I think at this point I'd put Arian Foster above Adrian Peterson. It's a tough call, but I don't think AP is nearly as great as he was in his first 3 seasons. I think that Jamal Charles is the overall best guy though.

Texn4life
11-04-2011, 10:20 AM
I think at this point I'd put Arian Foster above Adrian Peterson. It's a tough call, but I don't think AP is nearly as great as he was in his first 3 seasons. I think that Jamal Charles is the overall best guy though.

Its hard for me to put anyone above Adrian Peterson right now. He's basically a one man wrecking crew on that team right now, and he still produces week in and week out. We talk about the lack of weapons around Arian and how's its affected his ypc, well AP's situation is worse with the QB situation he's dealt with and Percy Harvin being the only real threat on the outside. I'm good with someone saying Arian is 2nd at this point.

Texanmike02
11-04-2011, 10:34 AM
Its hard for me to put anyone above Adrian Peterson right now. He's basically a one man wrecking crew on that team right now, and he still produces week in and week out. We talk about the lack of weapons around Arian and how's its affected his ypc, well AP's situation is worse with the QB situation he's dealt with and Percy Harvin being the only real threat on the outside. I'm good with someone saying Arian is 2nd at this point.

neg repped.

Mike

Texn4life
11-04-2011, 10:36 AM
neg repped.

Mike

I don't care!!!

Texn4life

:kubepalm:

Texanmike02
11-04-2011, 10:39 AM
I don't care!!!

Texn4life

:kubepalm:

I just wanted to see if you cared enough to comment.

Mike

(P.S. I didn't really neg rep you. It is just funny watching you get all worked up over not caring about getting neg repped. Thank you for the laughs)

Texn4life
11-04-2011, 10:40 AM
I just wanted to see if you cared enough to comment.

Mike

Lol, you got me then!!!

TheMatrix31
11-04-2011, 12:42 PM
Like I give a damn about what this piece of crap thinks.

JDizzle
11-04-2011, 12:55 PM
I wonder if the fact Dre and Foster hang around to talk to the press after a loss factored into his rankings?

Kthx
11-04-2011, 01:05 PM
I just wanted to see if you cared enough to comment.

Mike

(P.S. I didn't really neg rep you. It is just funny watching you get all worked up over not caring about getting neg repped. Thank you for the laughs)

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BigBull17
11-04-2011, 01:15 PM
I wonder if the fact Dre and Foster hang around to talk to the press after a loss factored into his rankings?

It was gonna be a longer list, but he left off the last quarter.

BigBull17
11-04-2011, 01:15 PM
I think at this point I'd put Arian Foster above Adrian Peterson. It's a tough call, but I don't think AP is nearly as great as he was in his first 3 seasons. I think that Jamal Charles is the overall best guy though.

I like Charles, but I don't think he is the best, He would be top 5, but we'll have to wait and see after the injury is rehabbed.

Rey
11-04-2011, 01:19 PM
IMO Arian is the best overall back in the league.

He has the power to break tackles...He can run over folks when it's needed...

He is elusive, Easily makes people miss in the open field. He has great vision. He has great explosion and his cuts are sick...He accelerates with the best of them and if he gets into the open field he is fast enough to take it to the house.

Soft hands, can catch out of the backfield. No glaring pass protection issues...In fact I'd say he's pretty good at it. Can't remember a time when a defender clowned him for a sack.

Plus, his running style will let him play a long time IMO. He doesn't take big hits. He gets what he can and then he surrenders himself or goes down in a way that he avoids the kill shot.

I'd take Arian over any back in the league.

HOU-TEX
11-04-2011, 01:47 PM
Like I give a damn about what this piece of crap thinks.

Thank you!! I feel the same way

He might be a damn good B-ball player, but I'd rather suck a fart from a dead chickens ass than listen to what he has to say about anything.

Corrosion
11-04-2011, 03:59 PM
Like I give a damn about what this piece of crap thinks.

Bleep Lebron .... I care about as much what he has to say as what kinda car Tigger Woods is trying to pitch.

chicagotexan2
11-05-2011, 11:07 PM
Kim kardashian and Albert pujols didn't twwet about them too? No me importa.

zanth91
11-06-2011, 01:44 AM
I may not like Lebron but it is a fair list.

unabated
11-06-2011, 06:27 AM
Thank you!! I feel the same way

He might be a damn good B-ball player, but I'd rather suck a fart from a dead chickens ass than listen to what he has to say about anything.

Agreed, Agreed... *nice chicken visual....* gahh! ... KingJames giving love... now Arian can truly live (give me a break).

RasTaofarI
11-06-2011, 09:00 AM
Thank you!! I feel the same way

He might be a damn good B-ball player, but I'd rather suck a fart from a dead chickens ass than listen to what he has to say about anything.

he's 'talented'. RESULTS make a player good. playing makes one a player.

bo orlando
11-06-2011, 10:25 AM
Even if it's at #2.... :fans:

KingJames LeBron James
My Top 5 RB's in the NFL: 1.AP 2. Arian Foster 3. LeSean McCoy 4. Matt Forte(Pay him please!) 5. Ray Rice

KingJames LeBron James
by HoustonTexans
Top 5 WR's: 1. Megatron 2. Andre Johnson 3. Steve Smith(Car) 4. Larry Fitz 5. Mike Wallace

Anybody else notice how LeBron's twitter feed is run with the same PR mindset as teeniebopper stars like The Jonas brothers? Lots of antiseptic comments aimed at the intellect and cultural awareness of a 12 year-old.

"OMG. Football is so much fun to watch on Sundays! Go _________(most famous teams and players)!"

TexansSeminole
11-06-2011, 11:06 AM
Plus, his running style will let him play a long time IMO. He doesn't take big hits. He gets what he can and then he surrenders himself or goes down in a way that he avoids the kill shot.

I'd take Arian over any back in the league.

I don't know about his style lasting long. He relies heavily on agility and quick moves. Generally, those things are the first to go.

ObsiWan
11-06-2011, 11:51 AM
I don't know about his style lasting long. He relies heavily on agility and quick moves. Generally, those things are the first to go.

I think it's his vision and quick decision making; i.e., he sees the hole and makes a decisive cut immediately. That's what makes him special to me.

And folks like Marshall Faulk and Marcus Allen played a long time using quick moves and agility. And, like those guys, he's also very elusive - as someone else said, he doesn't take on many big hits. That attribute should lengthen his career too.

As long as his hammy behaves - and doesn't recur like A.J.'s just did - he should have a fairly decent career.

TexansSeminole
11-06-2011, 12:14 PM
I think it's his vision and quick decision making; i.e., he sees the hole and makes a decisive cut immediately. That's what makes him special to me.

And folks like Marshall Faulk and Marcus Allen played a long time using quick moves and agility. And, like those guys, he's also very elusive - as someone else said, he doesn't take on many big hits. That attribute should lengthen his career too.

As long as his hammy behaves - and doesn't recur like A.J.'s just did - he should have a fairly decent career.

Hope so!

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Texn4life
11-06-2011, 01:31 PM
Thank you!! I feel the same way

He might be a damn good B-ball player, but I'd rather suck a fart from a dead chickens ass than listen to what he has to say about anything.

Suck a fart out of a chicken????? No thanks, I'll pass on that one. The things some people say. How do you feel about that Gary?

:kubepalm:

Rey
11-06-2011, 01:59 PM
I don't know about his style lasting long. He relies heavily on agility and quick moves. Generally, those things are the first to go.

Heavily? No.

Jhavid best relies heavily on agility and quick moves. Lesean McCoy relies heavily in agility and quick moves.

Arian has a good balance and doesn't take a lot of big hits. That's why he should last for a while in the league.

He's not a bruiser that is going to be constantly in collisions and he's not a guy who's greatest asset is his speed and quickness. He has great vision and a great feel for the game which is something he should always have.

BigBull17
11-08-2011, 02:36 PM
Heavily? No.

Jhavid best relies heavily on agility and quick moves. Lesean McCoy relies heavily in agility and quick moves.

Arian has a good balance and doesn't take a lot of big hits. That's why he should last for a while in the league.

He's not a bruiser that is going to be constantly in collisions and he's not a guy who's greatest asset is his speed and quickness. He has great vision and a great feel for the game which is something he should always have.

On the sports science thing, they showed how his footwork saved him wear and tear.