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Old 07-08-2008   #6
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Default Re: ESPN - Scouts Inc- Rankings (QB, RB, WR, etc.)

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Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
I see your point. But, who would take the Saints RBs (#22) over the Texans, as they currently stand? I wouldn't.
Agreed, basically they say the same thing about them as they do us:

Although they have some big names in the backfield, it is hard to rank the Saints much higher. Deuce McAllister can't stay healthy and Reggie Bush is not a quality starter because he is not effective between the tackles. The most productive or at least the most consistent back last season was journeyman runner Aaron Stecker. Plus, Pierre Thomas is a young player with talent. This unit is four deep, but lacks a quality starter who can pound the rock.

Replace Deuce with Ahman and Chris Brown > Reggie between the tackles. We are 5 deep. You have to account for the media love reggie gets, thats the only explanation.
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