Why is it that Marion Barber isnt one of the top RBs in the league? Is it the fact that among RBs who had more than 200 carries he had the third highest YPC? Maybe it's his 28 TDs over the past two seasons? He did only have 8 runs of 20 yards or more, but hey Adrian Peterson only had 11. Oh and Barber did only have 2 runs over 40 yards, which was the same as LT. Hmmm, what could it be that doesn't make Barber one of the best? Oh that's right, your completely unsupported bias. The top 5 punt returners from last season, in terms of YPR (with at least 30 returns) were: Josh Cribbs: Undrafted Andre Davis: 2nd Leon Washington: 4th Darren Sproles: 4th MJD: 2nd and kick returns: Josh Cribbs: Undrafted Leon Washington: 4th Darren Sproles: 4th MJD: 2nd Yamon Figurs: 3rd Of those players, only one had any significant impact on offense and that's MoJo Drew. Other notable return men like Hester and Roscoe Parrish, both 2nd round picks, also had no significant impact on any part of the game other than special teams. Chris Carr and Steve Breaston? Undrafted and 5th round pick, great return men but no impact on offense or defense. So that proves two things at once actually. 1. You can wait till the later rounds and get a good return man, they aren't all Skyler Greens. 2. The odds of someone being a good return man and also making a significant contribution in another aspect of the game is low. That's why it would make more sense to draft a RB who can run the ball, and a kick returner who can return kicks. It's just specialization. And yes, Bush has not lived up to his expectations. He's a below average RB, a below average return man, and a big threat out of the backfield as a receiver. He fumbles a lot, has low YPC and YPR and has a career punt return average of 7.4, which is lower than Patrick Crayton. But yeah, other than that he's been worth the 3rd overall pick.