yes, my point exactly - he will have another good few years in the league as a situational player and probably be out in 3-4...or whenever the next star wars retun to endor starts filmingHe still has value, a back that can get you 8-10TDs near the goal line will certainly get a deal.
Moore was part of that 1.4 difference and his play calls.Scouts watch film. Behind the same offensive line Pollard averaged 5.2 ypc and Zeke averaged 3.8 ypc. Zeke no longer has that burst. He is no longer a playmaker. The Zeke now is not the same Zeke that was drafted in 2016.
He will probably get signed after the draft. He will find a team that didn't get the RB they wanted in the draft.
Start first with Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope if you ever decide to give them a try. Forget about the rest of the film franchise if that one does not hook you. Trust me.I've never seen any of the Star Wars movies.....almost did once, but I didn't want to go into a movie binge. I don't mind binge drinking from time to time, though! LOL! Gotta wait til after Lent.....
The backs in the draft are too good. The draft is too deep. Supply and demand. Think of them as cars. Would you want a 7 year old used car or a brand new one at a cheaper price? There are a dozen backs in this draft that can start this season and 32 teams. A lot of the teams already have a decent roster of backs.