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Old 01-21-2011, 10:12 PM   #3726
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Under the new CBA, will there be a special designation for the kind of player that Hillis is? This should be at the forefront of all NFLPA considerations.
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Under the new CBA, will there be a special designation for the kind of player that Hillis is? This should be at the forefront of all NFLPA considerations.
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Old 02-22-2011, 10:45 AM   #3729
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It's no wonder Hillis was a 7th round pick. He came out during arguably the greatest running back class in NFL history.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ycn-7772784

One of the biggest breakout performances in the 2010 NFL season was by Cleveland Browns running back, Peyton Hillis. Maybe we shouldn't be surprised by the Hillis breakout considering what year he was drafted. Peyton Hillis was a 7th round draft pick by the Broncos in 2008, a draft that might go down in history as the best running back draft of all time.

Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders
1st Round, 4th Pick Overall, Arkansas Razorbacks
Darren McFadden had a breakout of his own in 2010, it just wasn't as surprising at Peyton Hillis. McFadden's first two seasons with the Raiders were pretty slow but the Raiders offense was suffering from having one of the worst quarterbacks of all-time. Now the Raiders offense looks like a strength and McFadden ran for 1157 yards despite missing three games.

Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers
1st Round, 13th Pick Overall, Oregon Ducks
Jonathan Stewart had back-to-back 10 touchdown seasons with the Panthers in 2008 and 2009. Stewart's rushing yards were down from 1133 to 770 in 2010 but he has still averaged 913 rushing yards per season in his first three seasons.

Felix Jones, Dallas Cowboys
1st Round, 22nd Pick Overall, Arkansas Razorbacks
The next three running backs were all drafted in consecutive picks although in 2010 they performed the opposite of the order they were drafted. Felix Jones in three seasons has improved from 266 yards to 685 yards and now 800 yards. Jones rushed for just one touchdown though after splitting time at the running back position.

Rashard Mendenhall, Pittsburgh Steelers
1st Round, 23rd Pick Overall, Illinois Fighting Illini
When the Pittsburgh Steelers won their last Super Bowl Mendenhall was on the bench while Willie Parker(notes) got most of the carries. The Steelers made wise move in cutting ties with Parker and letting Mendenhall go wild. Mendhenhall racked up 1273 yards for 13 touchdowns in 2010 and more importantly he had the best game of his career in the AFC Championship game against the New York Jets defense.

Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans
1st Round, 24th Pick Overall, East Carolina Pirates
It's not very often that a running back's rushing yards total can drop by 700 yards and they'll still end up at 1300 yards rushing. In the first three years of his NFL career Chris Johnson is averaging 1532 rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns per season plus 45 receptions and 336 receiving yards per season.

Matt Forte, Chicago Bears
2nd Round, 44th Pick Overall, Tulane Green Wave
One of the best kept secrets in the NFL is Matt Forte in Chicago. Forte may never record a ridiculous Chris-Johnson-like season but he's capable of 1,000 rushing yards per season. Forte has averaged 1072 yards per season and in 2010 he had his best season catching the ball.

Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens
2nd Round, 55th Pick Overall, Rutgers Scarlet Knights
In 2008 Ray Rice rushed for 454 yards as a back up and in 2009 he won the starting job. Rice recorded 1339 yards rushing for 7 touchdowns in 2009. In 2010 the Ravens tried to add a passing game and Rice's number suffered but Flacco and company were a disappointment and Rice was still the team's best offensive player.

Kevin Smith, Detroit Lions
3rd Round, 64th Pick Overall, Central Florida Knights
Kevin Smith rushed for just 133 yards last year but he had one of the best rookie seasons of this draft class. As a rookie for the Lions Kevin Smith rushed for 976 yards and 8 touchdowns.

Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs
3rd Round, 73rd Pick Overall, Texas Longhorns
No offense to Chris Johnson, Ray Rice or Peyton Hillis but Jamaal Charles might be the steal of the 2008 draft. Any team in the NFL would thank their lucky stars to draft a running back that rushed for close to 1500 yards after being picked in the third round. Especially when you factor in that Charles shared the ball with Thomas Jones(notes), who rushed 245 times for 896 yards.

Steve Slaton, Houston Texans
3rd Round, 89th Pick Overall, West Virginia Mountaineers
Arian Foster(notes) is the starting running back in Houston now but Slaton had a great rookie year in 2008. Slaton rushed for 1282 yards for 9 touchdowns.

Ryan Torain, Washington Redskins
5th Round, 139th Pick Overall, Arizona State Sun Devils
Ryan Torain only got 15 rushes for 69 yards his rookie season and then did not play in 2009. In 2010 Torain bounced back with a decent season in Washington. Torain rushed for 742 yards in 2010 but only played 10 games and did not start all of them.

Tim Hightower, Arizona Cardinals
5th Round, 149th Pick Overall, Richmond Spiders
Tim Hightower has seen his numbers get a little bit better each season. Hightower rushed for 399 yards and 10 touchdowns in his rookie season. In 2009 Hightower's yards increased to 598 yards and in 2010 he rose to 736 yards.

Peyton Hillis, Cleveland Browns
7th Round, 227th Pick Overall, Arkansas Razorbacks
After the 2010 season it might seem like a mistake that Peyton Hillis wasn't drafted until the 7th round but this is the third Razorback on this list. Hillis got few opportunities to run the ball in college on a team that had arguably the two best running backs in the SEC in Darren McFadden and Felix Jones. After rushing for just 54 yards in 2009, Hillis broke out for 1177 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2010. Now we just have to wait and see if he is a one hit wonder.

Justin Forsett, Seattle Seahawks
7th Round, 233rd Pick Overall, California Golden Bears
Justin Forsett has put together a couple of nice seasons for the Seattle Seahawks. In two seasons in Seattle Forsett has averaged 571 yards and three touchdowns per season.

BenJarvus Green-Ellis, New England Patriots
Undrafted, Ole Miss Rebels
BenJarvus Green-Ellis went undrafted in 2008 but rushed 74 times for the Patriots in his rookie season. After 26 more rushes in 2009 Green-Ellis finally got a chance to run the ball in 2010. Green-Ellis rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2010 and scored 13 touchdowns.

Danny Woodhead, New England Patriots
Undrafted, Chadron State Eagles
The other running back on the New England Patriots was also undrafted in the 2008 draft. Woodhead added over 500 yards rushing and another five touchdowns to the Patriots rushing attack.
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Just curious why Hillis has not yet been brought in to solve the labor dispute.
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Old 03-04-2011, 08:45 AM   #3731
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Jesus... that's like half of the NFL starting RBs
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Who's the ****in moron who bumped this thread?
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That is not death which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even the Peyton Hillis thread may die.
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Old 03-04-2011, 11:56 AM   #3735
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It's no wonder Hillis was a 7th round pick. He came out during arguably the greatest running back class in NFL history.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ycn-7772784

One of the biggest breakout performances in the 2010 NFL season was by Cleveland Browns running back, Peyton Hillis. Maybe we shouldn't be surprised by the Hillis breakout considering what year he was drafted. Peyton Hillis was a 7th round draft pick by the Broncos in 2008, a draft that might go down in history as the best running back draft of all time.
Very cool post. That is a pretty amazing class
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Old 03-04-2011, 07:58 PM   #3736
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That is not death which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even the Peyton Hillis thread may die.
The only day this thread will die is when the Earth is destroyed...and even then it may continue to exist floating around in space within a miraculously unharmed server.
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Old 03-04-2011, 10:12 PM   #3737
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Old 04-11-2011, 04:11 PM   #3739
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who ****ing cares? it was a marginal 3rd string QB for an even more marginal 3rd string FB. neither one is going to do **** in the league, it was a trade of garbage for garbage.
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who ****ing cares? it was a marginal 3rd string QB for an even more marginal 3rd string FB. neither one is going to do **** in the league, it was a trade of garbage for garbage.
You never amaze me the way you can bring moron to the forefront. It takes a lot to be considered one but you do it with ease. Care to share those two players stats from 2010? Karenin, rarely a good post here at the Mane.
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oh, you dont know Karenin. What seems like a bad post as a joke is really him.
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Hillis: 1654 yards, 13 TDs
Quinn: 0 yards, 0 TDs

The jury's still out.
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It's no wonder Hillis was a 7th round pick. He came out during arguably the greatest running back class in NFL history.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ycn-7772784

One of the biggest breakout performances in the 2010 NFL season was by Cleveland Browns running back, Peyton Hillis. Maybe we shouldn't be surprised by the Hillis breakout considering what year he was drafted. Peyton Hillis was a 7th round draft pick by the Broncos in 2008, a draft that might go down in history as the best running back draft of all time.

Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders
1st Round, 4th Pick Overall, Arkansas Razorbacks
Darren McFadden had a breakout of his own in 2010, it just wasn't as surprising at Peyton Hillis. McFadden's first two seasons with the Raiders were pretty slow but the Raiders offense was suffering from having one of the worst quarterbacks of all-time. Now the Raiders offense looks like a strength and McFadden ran for 1157 yards despite missing three games.

Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers
1st Round, 13th Pick Overall, Oregon Ducks
Jonathan Stewart had back-to-back 10 touchdown seasons with the Panthers in 2008 and 2009. Stewart's rushing yards were down from 1133 to 770 in 2010 but he has still averaged 913 rushing yards per season in his first three seasons.

Felix Jones, Dallas Cowboys
1st Round, 22nd Pick Overall, Arkansas Razorbacks
The next three running backs were all drafted in consecutive picks although in 2010 they performed the opposite of the order they were drafted. Felix Jones in three seasons has improved from 266 yards to 685 yards and now 800 yards. Jones rushed for just one touchdown though after splitting time at the running back position.

Rashard Mendenhall, Pittsburgh Steelers
1st Round, 23rd Pick Overall, Illinois Fighting Illini
When the Pittsburgh Steelers won their last Super Bowl Mendenhall was on the bench while Willie Parker(notes) got most of the carries. The Steelers made wise move in cutting ties with Parker and letting Mendenhall go wild. Mendhenhall racked up 1273 yards for 13 touchdowns in 2010 and more importantly he had the best game of his career in the AFC Championship game against the New York Jets defense.

Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans
1st Round, 24th Pick Overall, East Carolina Pirates
It's not very often that a running back's rushing yards total can drop by 700 yards and they'll still end up at 1300 yards rushing. In the first three years of his NFL career Chris Johnson is averaging 1532 rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns per season plus 45 receptions and 336 receiving yards per season.

Matt Forte, Chicago Bears
2nd Round, 44th Pick Overall, Tulane Green Wave
One of the best kept secrets in the NFL is Matt Forte in Chicago. Forte may never record a ridiculous Chris-Johnson-like season but he's capable of 1,000 rushing yards per season. Forte has averaged 1072 yards per season and in 2010 he had his best season catching the ball.

Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens
2nd Round, 55th Pick Overall, Rutgers Scarlet Knights
In 2008 Ray Rice rushed for 454 yards as a back up and in 2009 he won the starting job. Rice recorded 1339 yards rushing for 7 touchdowns in 2009. In 2010 the Ravens tried to add a passing game and Rice's number suffered but Flacco and company were a disappointment and Rice was still the team's best offensive player.

Kevin Smith, Detroit Lions
3rd Round, 64th Pick Overall, Central Florida Knights
Kevin Smith rushed for just 133 yards last year but he had one of the best rookie seasons of this draft class. As a rookie for the Lions Kevin Smith rushed for 976 yards and 8 touchdowns.

Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs
3rd Round, 73rd Pick Overall, Texas Longhorns
No offense to Chris Johnson, Ray Rice or Peyton Hillis but Jamaal Charles might be the steal of the 2008 draft. Any team in the NFL would thank their lucky stars to draft a running back that rushed for close to 1500 yards after being picked in the third round. Especially when you factor in that Charles shared the ball with Thomas Jones(notes), who rushed 245 times for 896 yards.

Steve Slaton, Houston Texans
3rd Round, 89th Pick Overall, West Virginia Mountaineers
Arian Foster(notes) is the starting running back in Houston now but Slaton had a great rookie year in 2008. Slaton rushed for 1282 yards for 9 touchdowns.

Ryan Torain, Washington Redskins
5th Round, 139th Pick Overall, Arizona State Sun Devils
Ryan Torain only got 15 rushes for 69 yards his rookie season and then did not play in 2009. In 2010 Torain bounced back with a decent season in Washington. Torain rushed for 742 yards in 2010 but only played 10 games and did not start all of them.

Tim Hightower, Arizona Cardinals
5th Round, 149th Pick Overall, Richmond Spiders
Tim Hightower has seen his numbers get a little bit better each season. Hightower rushed for 399 yards and 10 touchdowns in his rookie season. In 2009 Hightower's yards increased to 598 yards and in 2010 he rose to 736 yards.

Peyton Hillis, Cleveland Browns
7th Round, 227th Pick Overall, Arkansas Razorbacks
After the 2010 season it might seem like a mistake that Peyton Hillis wasn't drafted until the 7th round but this is the third Razorback on this list. Hillis got few opportunities to run the ball in college on a team that had arguably the two best running backs in the SEC in Darren McFadden and Felix Jones. After rushing for just 54 yards in 2009, Hillis broke out for 1177 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2010. Now we just have to wait and see if he is a one hit wonder.

Justin Forsett, Seattle Seahawks
7th Round, 233rd Pick Overall, California Golden Bears
Justin Forsett has put together a couple of nice seasons for the Seattle Seahawks. In two seasons in Seattle Forsett has averaged 571 yards and three touchdowns per season.

BenJarvus Green-Ellis, New England Patriots
Undrafted, Ole Miss Rebels
BenJarvus Green-Ellis went undrafted in 2008 but rushed 74 times for the Patriots in his rookie season. After 26 more rushes in 2009 Green-Ellis finally got a chance to run the ball in 2010. Green-Ellis rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2010 and scored 13 touchdowns.

Danny Woodhead, New England Patriots
Undrafted, Chadron State Eagles
The other running back on the New England Patriots was also undrafted in the 2008 draft. Woodhead added over 500 yards rushing and another five touchdowns to the Patriots rushing attack.

Damn! That's quite an impressive list when you can actually look at it.
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Oh I don't know. Just how many yards/touchdowns did Quinn run for again?
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Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders 1st Round, 4th Pick Overall
Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers 1st Round, 13th Pick Overall
Felix Jones, Dallas Cowboys 1st Round, 22nd Pick Overall
Rashard Mendenhall, Pittsburgh Steelers 1st Round, 23rd Pick Overall
Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans 1st Round, 24th Pick Overall
Matt Forte, Chicago Bears 2nd Round, 44th Pick Overall
Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens 2nd Round, 55th Pick Overall
Kevin Smith, Detroit Lions 3rd Round, 64th Pick Overall
Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs 3rd Round, 73rd Pick
Steve Slaton, Houston Texans 3rd Round, 89th Pick Overall
Ryan Torain, Washington Redskins 5th Round, 139th Pick Overall
Tim Hightower, Arizona Cardinals 5th Round, 149th Pick Overall
Peyton Hillis, Cleveland Browns 7th Round, 227th Pick Overall
Justin Forsett, Seattle Seahawks 7th Round, 233rd Pick Overall
BenJarvus Green-Ellis, New England Patriots Undrafted
Danny Woodhead, New England Patriots Undrafted
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Hillis: 1654 yards, 13 TDs
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The jury's still out.

Of course it is. Any QB on your active roster is more important than a gimmick RB. Just ask the Jets & Patriots regarding Woodhead.
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Of course it is. Any QB on your active roster is more important than a gimmick RB. Just ask the Jets & Patriots regarding Woodhead.
Really? When do you guys just admit McDaniels screwed up? Gimmick RB>3rd string, no play QB. What makes him gimmicky? The fact he can catch, block and run? I will take that for 16 games. Is it hard to admit that we should have kept him and had a pretty good tandem in Moreno and Hillis? Not only did we trade him for a zero yard passer last year, we also gave a better pick in exchange. We really need to run through this again?
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