This is my argument towards the claim that any running back can step in and rush for 1,000+ with this system. If you think we have a for sure 1,000 yrd back with Lundy I think you should reconsider the truth about the Denver system. Let’s start with Terrell Davis 6th round pick . Terrell Davis went to the University of Georgia. He backed up Garrison Hearst and played a role like Priest Holmes with Ricky Williams. He landed on a team with tremendous talent and made an immediate impact. He is the reason most people believe anyone can have 1,000 yrds with this offensive scheme. He broke a lot of big runs and had great speed. Elway made his running ability even more dangerous. NOTE: TD Had ZERO 1000 yards seasons after Elway left! Clinton Portis was taken in the 2nd Round from “The U”. At (5’11 205) Portis is one of the fastest RB’s in the game and has shown how productive this Denver "System" can be with a top draft pick as a RB. His two years as a Bronco 1508yrds with 15td’s and 1591yrds with 14 td’s. The most productive Running Back in the post Elway era. Traded to Washington in 2004. Had 1315yrds 5td’s in 2004 and 1516yrds 11td’s in 2005 for the Skins. Proof that he is a good back not a systems guy. Tatum Bell 2nd Round Oklahoma State. He had 921yrds 8td’s in is second year. Like Portis, Bell is super fast and can take it the distance. He will beat out Mike Bell and have a 1,000+ yard season in my prediction. He is a good RB and not a systems guy. Ruben Droughns (5-11 215) 3rd Round out of Oregon. Droughns was taken by Detroit in 2001. he was traded the next year and he sat the bench in Denver for two seasons learning before he finnaly got to start. He had 1240 with 6 td’s in (correction 2004 not 1994). He played for Clevland during (2005 not 1995) and had 1232 with 2 td’s. Proof that he is a good back not the system. Orlandis Gary (5’11 218) 4th Round out of Georgia. He was the only one year wonder and the only guy that can be used to argue the "System" ideology. Mike Anderson (6’0 230) 6th round out of Utah. Power and speed combo. Has had 2 1000+ seasons. One during his first season at 1487 with 15 td’s the year was 2000. He then had a rebirth with 1014yrds with 12 td’s in 2005. I would say it is not normal to overlook a guy from Utah in a draft class with Shaun Alexander, Ruben Droughns, Jemal Lewis, Thomas Jones, Ron Dayne, Trung Canidate. Robaire Smith, Tom Brady, and David Nugent were all taken after Anderson. Mark Bulger was also taken in the 6th round of this draft. Anderson is a good back not a systems product. He went to a small school and he was being drafted in the time fram when people were not finding so many GEM's from the small schools. I think he was a diamond in the rough not a product of a system. My main argument is that if people around here think that Lundy is going to be this 1,000+ yard producer because of the Denver System I hope you know that it was not a Denver System that put up the numbers, it was legit Backs and great O-Linemen. The best of that group were two 2nd round picks and one 6th that played with John Elway at the command not David Carr. To believe you can plug anyone into this scheme and produce a 1000+ rusher is just stupid!!!!!!!!!