Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by jimmy40, Jan 4, 2006.
Give the trophy to Vince.
Reggie is good...but I would go with Lindale.
The patient plotter that wears you down...
- Mike G.
He was running through some gaping holes though. SC's line is very good.
Yeah, another great Texas DT, Wright pulled a no show again.
I still take Lindale over Bush.
Put it like this....
In the Pros, I think you will have to have a Lindale White type guy on Reggie Bush's team, wherever he goes....I dont think he can carry it alot.
In the Pros, you dont need a Reggie Bush on Lindale White's team. He can be fed the ball again and again.
I knew White was good and he played like it. I've said for two years Wright was overated.
I thought White was 225lbs, but they said he was more like 235. He couldn't get the tough yardage when it counted though.
I think he should stay another year and get stronger...not fatter.
I agree. I have not been on the Bush bandwagon at all. I see him as a 3rd down back in the NFL.
they should have given it to BUSH..he is the breadmaker!
They used Bush as a decoy entirely too much.
I think you will see him used like Westbrook. 10-15 carries and another 10 catches.
In the right offense, he can be a weapon like Marshall Faulk in his prime.
Marshall ran between the tackles too. Tomlinson is what Faulk used to be.
Bush is an edge runner and a receiver.
You can take any short,fast WR and make him into a Westbrook.
He is a 2-part player. Not a #1 exactly but not a #2 either. But needing a guy that is almost the opposite.
Bush is pretty good but I bet he can't wait to run behind that explosive Texans O-line
He was blocking on 4th down. Definitely on the field.
The senior o-lineman for USC (can't spell his name)....what is the outlook on him for the draft?
And, yeah, Rodrique Wright has caution flags all over him. Guy never seems to make any plays.
actually, i'm more impressed with Bush. I thought he was smallish but he was bouncing off the first tackle.
Amazing performance by Young. Maybe the best ever. If the voting took place now he would definately win. Or at least make it a LOT closer than it was (which was ridiculous by the way).
With that being said I don't think there is a need to completely jump off the Bush bandwagon just yet. He was definately overhyped due to a strong finish but the guy is still out of this world at times. And it isn't like he had a "bad" game today just not a good one and he had one crucial mistake. Still 177 all purpose yards, not too shabby there. I look forward to seeing him in the NFL.
Bush was on the sidelines during both 4th downs, that reminds me of Barry Sanders but not in a good way.