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Old 05-28-2004   #6
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Originally Posted by El Tejano
The thing that sticks out in my mind that differs the two, is the ability to run over or shed tacklers. Domanick Davis runs with a purpose that makes him hard to tackle. Hollings tends to go down with the first hit. Whether that was due to the injury or not remains to be seen though.

But you also have to take into consideration that, though DD is fast, he doesnt have the breakaway speed to run from the top DBs in the league, whereas Hollings has burner speed and will leave anyone in his dust if you give him a step or 2. So its really more like thunder and lightning. DD will run through tackles, making the first and second guy miss, but the guy who can get on the corner and just turn it up is Hollings, though how he progresses in our offense is yet to be seen. DD will start this year, though because of his versatility. He is great catching out of the backfield, blocking and running. Thats where I give him the advantage.
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