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Re: MB's Mid-Season top guys

Postby Zarniwoop » Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:33 am

Barkley had another tough day 14 - 35.

And that’s against Rutgers
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Re: MB's Mid-Season top guys

Postby uscbucsfan » Sun Nov 12, 2017 9:53 am

Zarniwoop wrote:Barkley had another tough day 14 - 35.

And that’s against Rutgers

And again, he crumbled at first contact consistently. He’s either injured or overrated.
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Re: MB's Mid-Season top guys

Postby deltbucs » Sun Nov 12, 2017 3:06 pm

real bucs fan wrote:Doug is a dangerous runner when he's able to get to full speed and use his low center of gravity and underrated power, but ya, Barkley is a different type of animal. Barkley is very comparable to Zeke as a prospect, perhaps he's even better.

real bucs fan wrote:I think there's a pretty big difference between Barkley and Dougie, most notably the agility to make defenders miss and his skills as a pass catcher. Martin is below average on both counts, while Barkley would grade as elite in those areas. Big difference. Barkley IMO is the total package.

I don't understand how someone can watch Bucs games and think that Doug is below average at being agile and making defenders miss and what makes him dangerous is his when he gets a full head of steam.
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Re: MB's Mid-Season top guys

Postby Doctor » Mon Nov 13, 2017 8:46 am

Martin is in "the best shapes he's ever been" this year and is looking unimpressive. Overall his career has been a poor man's MJD. That's NOT someone who should be keeping you from drafting anyone, period. Not to mention his injury prone butt will be 29 in a couple of months. Not trying to play with that. These past two years were supposed to be Martin's prime.... yeah.... Let's be clear, Martin is not going to be getting any better from here on out. The cowbell RB is back in the NFL and it can take a young team and young offense to an entirely new level. Look at the great Dak w/o Zeke. Blake freaking Bortles is a legit Comeback Player of the Year contender right now... yeah... think of that. Oh, look what Goff and the Rams are doing. What do all these young offenses have in common?

If you are doubting Winston and are questioning if he's the franchise QB, go get him a Barkley and watch how he "magically" leaps forward.
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Re: MB's Mid-Season top guys

Postby real bucs fan » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:38 am

Funny how Dak struggled with Elliott out. Almost like a dominant back helps QBs...
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Re: MB's Mid-Season top guys

Postby deltbucs » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:35 pm

real bucs fan wrote:Funny how Dak struggled with Elliott out. Almost like a dominant back helps QBs...

Or maybe because they are without the best LT in the game right and his back is pretty terrible. Adrian freaking Clayborn had 6 sacks.
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