Originally Posted by Grid
His numbers can be attributed to a few good runs, and a slew of average ones.
He was consistently making yards after contact and coming up big in critical situations. His longest run was only like 14 yards, so he was obviously very consistent all game long. Without that hold on Gaff, he would've had a bunch more yards. He played about as good a game as you can ever ask for.
Wells came up HUGE for us today.
With all that said... the three runs in a row pissed me off too. It was to early to get ultra conservative, especially after the HUGE pick by Robinson.