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haha, yeah. i just like giving a bunch of crap about bush. but thats because im a falcon fan. He has his moments.

Same here with Turner. I do think he is inconsistent, overrated though? Maybe not so much.

I just enjoy pointing out the bad things he does. That isn't to say I do not point out the good things too though.

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Same here with Turner. I do think he is inconsistent, overrated though? Maybe not so much.

I just enjoy pointing out the bad things he does. That isn't to say I do not point out the good things too though.

yeah, its fun watching them play, then talking a bunch of crap on here. :( i miss football.

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i miss the he,ll out of the Hornets

Bobcats have won 4 in a row and could make a playoff push, Brown has done a **** good job with them. They will just get swept if they make it tho

That is why he is one of the best ever.

As for the Hornets, they are hitting their mark at the right time with 5 in a row. With CP3, DWest, Pose, and TC, you never know what will happen.

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Or y'alls blind homer-ism, which in turn is just about the most entertaining thing around here. :D

No, I disagree. The most entertaining thing on here is seeing how a certain RC fan keeps the legend of Reggie Bust alive! The way this particular person sells RC with his anachronistic numbers? I tell you this dude could sell ice to the eskimos! :lol:

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No, I disagree. The most entertaining thing on here is seeing how a certain RC fan keeps the legend of Reggie Bust alive! The way this particular person sells RC with his anachronistic numbers? I tell you this dude could sell ice to the eskimos! :lol:

You? The way you have brought him up in a Early Season Power Poll thread, or the way you brought him up in a Deuce Mcallister thread, or the way you brought him up when a Bucs fan asked if the Saints were really moving, a thread about cap room, and that is only recent, from the threads that I have actually read. Who keeps the legend alive?

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You? The way you have brought him up in a Early Season Power Poll thread, or the way you brought him up in a Deuce Mcallister thread, or the way you brought him up when a Bucs fan asked if the Saints were really moving, a thread about cap room, and that is only recent, from the threads that I have actually read. Who keeps the legend alive?

You could sell ice to the eskimos...but you won't sell me on Reginald Bust! ;)

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You could sell ice to the eskimos...but you won't sell me on Reginald Bust! ;)

I'm not trying to sell you Reggie. I know his value, you don't. Simple as that. If he was a bust, DC's wouldn't spend time preparing for him. Some fans know his value, the ones that don't, think that because he isn't the usual RB. But this is a message board, that is why I am open to conversation.

Lets just put it this way, amongst RB's, Reggie was 15th in total yardage from scrimmage, in considerably less touches. Not the numbers of a bust. Here is the table:

Steven Jackson- 24 touches- 118 yards- 4.9 (6)

Adrian Peterson- 24 touches- 118 yards- 4.9 (6)

Michael Turner- 24 touches- 109 yards- 4.5 (14)

Matt Forte- 24 touches- 107 yards- 4.5 (14)

Clinton Portis- 23 touches- 107 yards- 4.7 (9)

Steve Slaton- 22 touches- 104 yards- 4.7 (9)

Deangelo Williams- 19 touches- 102 yards- 5.4 (2)

Frank Gore- 21 touches- 101 yards- 4.8 (8)

Chris Johnson- 21 touches- 99 yards- 4.7 (9)

LaDainian Tomlinson- 22 touches- 96 yards- 4.4 (18)

Brian Westbrook- 21 touches- 96 yards- 4.6 (11)

Thomas Jones- 21 touches- 95 yards- 4.5 (14)

Marshawn Lynch- 20 touches- 89 yards- 4.5 (14)

Derrick Ward- 14 touches- 88 yards- 6.3 (1)

Maurice Drew- 17 touches- 87 yards- 5.1 (4)

Marion Barber- 20 touches- 87 yards- 4.4 (18)

Brandon Jacobs- 17 touches- 87 yards- 5.1 (4)

Reggie Bush- 16 touches- 85 yards- 5.3 (3)

Ryan Grant- 21 touches- 83 yards- 4.0 (20)

Larry Johnson- 17 touches- 79 yards- 4.6 (11)

Kevin Smith- 17 touches- 79 yards- 4.6 (11)

There is a list of the top 20 RB's this season, I do believe Reggie bush is on that list. Let me ask you this, what do you think of Matt Forte?

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I'm not trying to sell you Reggie. I know his value, you don't. Simple as that. If he was a bust, DC's wouldn't spend time preparing for him. Some fans know his value, the ones that don't, think that because he isn't the usual RB. But this is a message board, that is why I am open to conversation.

Lets just put it this way, amongst RB's, Reggie was 15th in total yardage from scrimmage, in considerably less touches. Not the numbers of a bust. Here is the table:

There is a list of the top 20 RB's this season, I do believe Reggie bush is on that list. Let me ask you this, what do you think of Matt Forte?

Here is the real list for his trifecta of skills:

1 Adrian Peterson MIN RB 363 22.7 1,760 4.8 110.0 10 67T 81 22.3 20 4 9

2 Michael Turner ATL RB 376 23.5 1,699 4.5 106.2 17 70 84 22.3 11 2 3

3 DeAngelo Williams CAR RB 273 17.1 1,515 5.5 94.7 18 69T 66 24.2 15 5 0

4 Clinton Portis WAS RB 342 21.4 1,487 4.3 92.9 9 31 75 21.9 13 0 3

5 Steven Jackson STL RB 253 21.1 1,042 4.1 86.8 7 56T 58 22.9 6 1 5

6 Brandon Jacobs NYG RB 219 16.8 1,089 5.0 83.8 15 44 57 26.0 12 1 3

7 Lance Ball IND RB 13 13.0 83 6.4 83.0 0 23 4 30.8 1 0 1

8 Thomas Jones NYJ RB 290 18.1 1,312 4.5 82.0 13 59T 63 21.7 6 1 2

9 Chris Johnson TEN RB 251 16.7 1,228 4.9 81.9 9 66T 54 21.5 9 3 1

10 Steve Slaton HOU RB 268 16.8 1,282 4.8 80.1 9 71T 60 22.4 13 5 2

11 Matt Forte CHI RB 316 19.8 1,238 3.9 77.4 8 50T 63 19.9 8 2 1

12 Ryan Grant GB RB 312 19.5 1,203 3.9 75.2 4 57 53 17.0 6 1 4

13 Frank Gore SF RB 240 17.1 1,036 4.3 74.0 6 41T 44 18.3 8 1 6

14 Larry Johnson KC RB 193 16.1 874 4.5 72.8 5 65 44 22.8 7 3 5

15 Willie Parker PIT RB 210 19.1 791 3.8 71.9 5 34T 29 13.8 4 0 0

16 LaDainian Tomlinson SD RB 292 18.2 1,110 3.8 69.4 11 45 52 17.8 6 3 0

17 Marshawn Lynch BUF RB 250 16.7 1,036 4.1 69.1 8 50 53 21.2 5 1 2

18 Brian Westbrook PHI RB 233 16.6 936 4.0 66.9 9 39T 49 21.0 5 0 1

19 Derrick Ward NYG RB 182 11.4 1,025 5.6 64.1 2 51 53 29.1 8 1 2

20 Jamal Lewis CLE RB 279 17.4 1,002 3.6 62.6 4 29 42 15.1 3 0 1

21 Cedric Benson CIN RB 214 17.8 747 3.5 62.2 2 46 36 16.8 3 1 2

22 Kevin Smith DET RB 238 14.9 976 4.1 61.0 8 50 49 20.6 8 1 2

23 Justin Fargas OAK RB 218 15.6 853 3.9 60.9 1 42 32 14.7 2 1 3

24 Marion Barber DAL RB 238 15.9 885 3.7 59.0 7 35 57 23.9 4 0 3

25 Ronnie Brown MIA RB 214 13.4 916 4.3 57.2 10 62T 48 22.4 4 1 1

26 Le'Ron McClain BAL FB 232 14.5 902 3.9 56.4 10 82T 51 22.0 2 1 3

27 Earnest Graham TB RB 132 13.2 563 4.3 56.3 4 68T 26 19.7 3 3 2

28 Sammy Morris NE RB 156 12.0 727 4.7 55.9 7 35 45 28.8 6 0 1

29 Warrick Dunn TB RB 186 12.4 786 4.2 52.4 2 40 31 16.7 3 1 0

30 Jonathan Stewart CAR RB 184 11.5 836 4.5 52.2 10 41 42 22.8 8 1 2

31 Willis McGahee BAL RB 170 13.1 671 3.9 51.6 7 77T 34 20.0 1 1 2

32 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC RB 197 12.3 824 4.2 51.5 12 46T 47 23.9 3 1 4

33 LenDale White TEN RB 200 12.5 773 3.9 48.3 15 80T 43 21.5 4 2 0

34 Julius Jones SEA RB 158 10.5 698 4.4 46.5 2 33 29 18.4 6 0 4

35 LaMont Jordan NE RB 80 10.0 363 4.5 45.4 4 49T 21 26.3 1 1 1

36 Joseph Addai IND RB 155 12.9 544 3.5 45.3 5 23 34 21.9 1 0 1

37 Felix Jones DAL RB 30 5.0 266 8.9 44.3 3 60T 12 40.0 3 1 0

38 Maurice Morris SEA RB 132 10.2 574 4.3 44.2 0 45 27 20.5 4 2 1

39 Fred Taylor JAC RB 143 11.0 556 3.9 42.8 1 34 24 16.8 5 0 0

40 Pierre Thomas NO RB 129 8.6 625 4.8 41.7 9 42T 43 33.3 3 1 1

41 Ricky Williams MIA RB 160 10.0 659 4.1 41.2 4 51T 35 21.9 4 1 4

42 Reggie Bust NO RB 106 10.6 404 3.8 40.4 2 43 20 18.9 4 1 2

43 Michael Pittman DEN RB 76 9.5 320 4.2 40.0 4 20 25 32.9 1 0 0

44 Edgerrin James ARI RB 133 10.2 514 3.9 39.5 3 35 24 18.0 1 0 1

45 Cadillac Williams TB RB 63 10.5 233 3.7 38.8 4 28 17 27.0 1 0 1

46 Darren McFadden OAK RB 113 8.7 499 4.4 38.4 4 50 24 21.2 4 1 3

47 Selvin Young DEN RB 61 7.6 303 5.0 37.9 1 49 9 14.8 1 1 1

48 Ahman Green HOU RB 74 9.2 294 4.0 36.8 3 14 23 31.1 0 0 0

48 Mewelde Moore PIT RB 140 8.8 588 4.2 36.8 5 32T 36 25.7 4 0 0

50 Dominic Rhodes IND RB 152 10.1 538 3.5 35.9 6 38 27 17.8 3 0 0

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Receiving

49 Braylon Edwards CLE WR 55 873 15.9 54.6 70 3 15 4 42 76.4 0

49 Santonio Holmes PIT WR 55 821 14.9 54.7 48 5 10 2 40 72.7 2

53 Davone Bess MIA WR 54 554 10.3 34.6 37 1 5 0 29 53.7 0

53 Greg Olsen CHI TE 54 574 10.6 35.9 52 5 6 1 31 57.4 2

53 Brian Westbrook PHI RB 54 402 7.4 28.7 47 5 2 2 18 33.3 1

56 Donnie Avery STL WR 53 674 12.7 44.9 69T 3 8 4 30 56.6 0

56 Chad Johnson CIN WR 53 540 10.2 41.5 26 4 3 0 36 67.9 0

56 Antwaan Randle El WAS WR 53 593 11.2 37.1 31 4 6 0 34 64.2 0

56 Bobby Wade MIN WR 53 645 12.2 40.3 59T 2 8 3 32 60.4 2

60 Marion Barber DAL RB 52 417 8.0 27.8 70T 2 2 1 16 30.8 4

61 Reggie Bust NO RB 52 440 8.5 44.0 42T 4 5 1 22 42.3 1

Punt Returns:

2 TDs 270 yards...

If your happy nola with RB Bust at RB position number 42 and WR Bust WR position 61 then by all means strike up the HOF ballots and **** the $70 MIL... :lol:

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Here is the real list for his trifecta of skills:

1 Adrian Peterson MIN RB 363 22.7 1,760 4.8 110.0 10 67T 81 22.3 20 4 9

2 Michael Turner ATL RB 376 23.5 1,699 4.5 106.2 17 70 84 22.3 11 2 3

3 DeAngelo Williams CAR RB 273 17.1 1,515 5.5 94.7 18 69T 66 24.2 15 5 0

4 Clinton Portis WAS RB 342 21.4 1,487 4.3 92.9 9 31 75 21.9 13 0 3

5 Steven Jackson STL RB 253 21.1 1,042 4.1 86.8 7 56T 58 22.9 6 1 5

6 Brandon Jacobs NYG RB 219 16.8 1,089 5.0 83.8 15 44 57 26.0 12 1 3

7 Lance Ball IND RB 13 13.0 83 6.4 83.0 0 23 4 30.8 1 0 1

8 Thomas Jones NYJ RB 290 18.1 1,312 4.5 82.0 13 59T 63 21.7 6 1 2

9 Chris Johnson TEN RB 251 16.7 1,228 4.9 81.9 9 66T 54 21.5 9 3 1

10 Steve Slaton HOU RB 268 16.8 1,282 4.8 80.1 9 71T 60 22.4 13 5 2

11 Matt Forte CHI RB 316 19.8 1,238 3.9 77.4 8 50T 63 19.9 8 2 1

12 Ryan Grant GB RB 312 19.5 1,203 3.9 75.2 4 57 53 17.0 6 1 4

13 Frank Gore SF RB 240 17.1 1,036 4.3 74.0 6 41T 44 18.3 8 1 6

14 Larry Johnson KC RB 193 16.1 874 4.5 72.8 5 65 44 22.8 7 3 5

15 Willie Parker PIT RB 210 19.1 791 3.8 71.9 5 34T 29 13.8 4 0 0

16 LaDainian Tomlinson SD RB 292 18.2 1,110 3.8 69.4 11 45 52 17.8 6 3 0

17 Marshawn Lynch BUF RB 250 16.7 1,036 4.1 69.1 8 50 53 21.2 5 1 2

18 Brian Westbrook PHI RB 233 16.6 936 4.0 66.9 9 39T 49 21.0 5 0 1

19 Derrick Ward NYG RB 182 11.4 1,025 5.6 64.1 2 51 53 29.1 8 1 2

20 Jamal Lewis CLE RB 279 17.4 1,002 3.6 62.6 4 29 42 15.1 3 0 1

21 Cedric Benson CIN RB 214 17.8 747 3.5 62.2 2 46 36 16.8 3 1 2

22 Kevin Smith DET RB 238 14.9 976 4.1 61.0 8 50 49 20.6 8 1 2

23 Justin Fargas OAK RB 218 15.6 853 3.9 60.9 1 42 32 14.7 2 1 3

24 Marion Barber DAL RB 238 15.9 885 3.7 59.0 7 35 57 23.9 4 0 3

25 Ronnie Brown MIA RB 214 13.4 916 4.3 57.2 10 62T 48 22.4 4 1 1

26 Le'Ron McClain BAL FB 232 14.5 902 3.9 56.4 10 82T 51 22.0 2 1 3

27 Earnest Graham TB RB 132 13.2 563 4.3 56.3 4 68T 26 19.7 3 3 2

28 Sammy Morris NE RB 156 12.0 727 4.7 55.9 7 35 45 28.8 6 0 1

29 Warrick Dunn TB RB 186 12.4 786 4.2 52.4 2 40 31 16.7 3 1 0

30 Jonathan Stewart CAR RB 184 11.5 836 4.5 52.2 10 41 42 22.8 8 1 2

31 Willis McGahee BAL RB 170 13.1 671 3.9 51.6 7 77T 34 20.0 1 1 2

32 Maurice Jones-Drew JAC RB 197 12.3 824 4.2 51.5 12 46T 47 23.9 3 1 4

33 LenDale White TEN RB 200 12.5 773 3.9 48.3 15 80T 43 21.5 4 2 0

34 Julius Jones SEA RB 158 10.5 698 4.4 46.5 2 33 29 18.4 6 0 4

35 LaMont Jordan NE RB 80 10.0 363 4.5 45.4 4 49T 21 26.3 1 1 1

36 Joseph Addai IND RB 155 12.9 544 3.5 45.3 5 23 34 21.9 1 0 1

37 Felix Jones DAL RB 30 5.0 266 8.9 44.3 3 60T 12 40.0 3 1 0

38 Maurice Morris SEA RB 132 10.2 574 4.3 44.2 0 45 27 20.5 4 2 1

39 Fred Taylor JAC RB 143 11.0 556 3.9 42.8 1 34 24 16.8 5 0 0

40 Pierre Thomas NO RB 129 8.6 625 4.8 41.7 9 42T 43 33.3 3 1 1

41 Ricky Williams MIA RB 160 10.0 659 4.1 41.2 4 51T 35 21.9 4 1 4

42 Reggie Bust NO RB 106 10.6 404 3.8 40.4 2 43 20 18.9 4 1 2

43 Michael Pittman DEN RB 76 9.5 320 4.2 40.0 4 20 25 32.9 1 0 0

44 Edgerrin James ARI RB 133 10.2 514 3.9 39.5 3 35 24 18.0 1 0 1

45 Cadillac Williams TB RB 63 10.5 233 3.7 38.8 4 28 17 27.0 1 0 1

46 Darren McFadden OAK RB 113 8.7 499 4.4 38.4 4 50 24 21.2 4 1 3

47 Selvin Young DEN RB 61 7.6 303 5.0 37.9 1 49 9 14.8 1 1 1

48 Ahman Green HOU RB 74 9.2 294 4.0 36.8 3 14 23 31.1 0 0 0

48 Mewelde Moore PIT RB 140 8.8 588 4.2 36.8 5 32T 36 25.7 4 0 0

50 Dominic Rhodes IND RB 152 10.1 538 3.5 35.9 6 38 27 17.8 3 0 0

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 next

Receiving

49 Braylon Edwards CLE WR 55 873 15.9 54.6 70 3 15 4 42 76.4 0

49 Santonio Holmes PIT WR 55 821 14.9 54.7 48 5 10 2 40 72.7 2

53 Davone Bess MIA WR 54 554 10.3 34.6 37 1 5 0 29 53.7 0

53 Greg Olsen CHI TE 54 574 10.6 35.9 52 5 6 1 31 57.4 2

53 Brian Westbrook PHI RB 54 402 7.4 28.7 47 5 2 2 18 33.3 1

56 Donnie Avery STL WR 53 674 12.7 44.9 69T 3 8 4 30 56.6 0

56 Chad Johnson CIN WR 53 540 10.2 41.5 26 4 3 0 36 67.9 0

56 Antwaan Randle El WAS WR 53 593 11.2 37.1 31 4 6 0 34 64.2 0

56 Bobby Wade MIN WR 53 645 12.2 40.3 59T 2 8 3 32 60.4 2

60 Marion Barber DAL RB 52 417 8.0 27.8 70T 2 2 1 16 30.8 4

61 Reggie Bust NO RB 52 440 8.5 44.0 42T 4 5 1 22 42.3 1

Punt Returns:

2 TDs 270 yards...

If your happy nola with RB Bust at RB position number 42 and WR Bust WR position 61 then by all means strike up the HOF ballots and **** the $70 MIL... :lol:

I'm talking per game here, not season. I guess so he will be low on that list, he only played in 10 games, truthfully 8.5.

Look at the per game numbers, then come back. Use that "high IQ" of yours.

Also, you say trifecta of skills, but only use rushing yards? Good job on that, bring it all out. Reggie is a multidimensial player.

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I'm talking per game here, not season. I guess so he will be low on that list, he only played in 10 games, truthfully 8.5.

Look at the per game numbers, then come back. Use that "high IQ" of yours.

Also, you say trifecta of skills, but only use rushing yards? Good job on that, bring it all out. Reggie is a multidimensial player.

There you go with the 8.5 again??? :lol::rolleyes::huh:

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There you go with the 8.5 again??? :lol::rolleyes::huh:

Good response. You say trifecta of skills, but that post is what you come up with. You hate seeing Reggie do anything good.

Reggie is a multidimensial back, and that is how he is treated. When talking about total yardage, per game, he was 16th out of how many RB's? He was 16th with having an entire game and a half that he did not play in slapped onto his back. I will take that anyday.

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Good response. You say trifecta of skills, but that post is what you come up with. You hate seeing Reggie do anything good.

Reggie is a multidimensial back, and that is how he is treated. When talking about total yardage, per game, he was 16th out of how many RB's? He was 16th with having an entire game and a half that he did not play in slapped onto his back. I will take that anyday.

He was 42nd in rushing, 61st in receiving, and 71st in total yards:

71 Reggie Bush NO RB -- 84.4 0.0 0.0 -- -- 0 -- -- 0 2 30 0:00 3 2

This is so horrible? It is beyond belief...I mean $70 MIL doesn't by shyt anymore? :rolleyes:

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He was 42nd in rushing, 61st in receiving, and 71st in total yards:

71 Reggie Bush NO RB -- 84.4 0.0 0.0 -- -- 0 -- -- 0 2 30 0:00 3 2

This is so horrible? It is beyond belief...I mean $70 MIL doesn't by shyt anymore? :rolleyes:

Man oh man. I love how you claim to have a high IQ, but you come through with posts like this. Answer me this, in that number, how many RB's were in the top 10, 20, 30, 40, and even 50?

All of your attempts to bring Reggie down are so poorly researched it is funny. First off, I guess so he is going to be sort of back there, he doesn't touch the ball a large amount of times, running and recieving, alone. That right there makes your argument a waste of time. The YPC thing, lets look at some other backs that I am sure you would not call garbage:

Justin Fargas

Matt Forte

Ryan Grant

Ed James

Deuce Mcallister

Le'Ron Mcclain

Willis Mcgahee

Fred Taylor

Lendale White

Willie Parker

Ladanian Tomlinson

Marion Barber

Caddy Williams

Jamaal Lewis

Joseph Addai

Cedric Benson

Dominic Rhodes

Ladell Betts

Laurence Maroney

Kevin Jones

DeShaun Foster

Rudi Johnson

Rashard Mendenhall

Lastly, is 3.8 really that bad? It isn't good by any means, but isn't bad like yall make it out to be. Hand it off to Reggie twice and you will have a very managble 3rd and 2. I am about to sound a little crazy here, so bear with me. But you hand it off to a 3.8 ball carrier, and you have a 3rd and 2. You hand it off to a 4.5 ball carrier, and you have a 3rd and 1. How big of a difference is that?

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Man oh man. I love how you claim to have a high IQ, but you come through with posts like this. Answer me this, in that number, how many RB's were in the top 10, 20, 30, 40, and even 50?

All of your attempts to bring Reggie down are so poorly researched it is funny. First off, I guess so he is going to be sort of back there, he doesn't touch the ball a large amount of times, running and recieving, alone. That right there makes your argument a waste of time. The YPC thing, lets look at some other backs that I am sure you would not call garbage:

Lastly, is 3.8 really that bad? It isn't good by any means, but isn't bad like yall make it out to be. Hand it off to Reggie twice and you will have a very managble 3rd and 2. I am about to sound a little crazy here, so bear with me. But you hand it off to a 3.8 ball carrier, and you have a 3rd and 2. You hand it off to a 4.5 ball carrier, and you have a 3rd and 1. How big of a difference is that?

This is why your argument doesn't hold water. Give it to Bust on 3rd and 2 or 1 for that matter and he doesn't make it 87% of the time that is why he is not in on 3rd and shorts! Look we could go over numbers all day, I've even given you all the best web sites to get this information, that is why we always here you researched the numbers and have come up with your own results hence, the infamous proarated, quarters, touches while per quarter nonsense! That is because you know others on here know the real numbers: last season 42nd in rushing, 61st in receiving, and 71st in total yards, and anyone interest in those numbers just go to this site http://www.nfl.com/stats/player or this site http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/B/BushRe00.htm and find out everything you wish you could forget about Reggie Bust!

Believe me nola doesn't get his numbers from these sites (the two best stat sites for the NFL) because he doesn't want others to see the truth. He has put in a long hard fight to uphold Bust's name but the hour glass is running out on one Reginald Alfred Bust! :lol:

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This is why your argument doesn't hold water. Give it to Bust on 3rd and 2 or 1 for that matter and he doesn't make it 87% of the time that is why he is not in on 3rd and shorts! Look we could go over numbers all day, I've even given you all the best web sites to get this information, that is why we always here you researched the numbers and have come up with your own results hence, the infamous proarated, quarters, touches while per quarter nonsense! That is because you know others on here know the real numbers: last season 42nd in rushing, 61st in receiving, and 71st in total yards, and anyone interest in those numbers just go to this site http://www.nfl.com/stats/player or this site http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/B/BushRe00.htm and find out everything you wish you could forget about Reggie Bust!

Believe me nola doesn't get his numbers from these sites (the two best stat sites for the NFL) because he doesn't want others to see the truth. He has put in a long hard fight to uphold Bust's name but the hour glass is running out on one Reginald Alfred Bust! :lol:

Who ever said Reggie would be the one taking the handoff on 3rd and 2? Incase you did not remember, the Saints are in the market for a power back. Not to leave out, PT converts 60% of his third and shorts.

Again, real numbers? You gave me the worst football stat site there is, and NFL.COM. Here is a real site, http://hosted.stats.com/fb/leaders.asp?ran...k=016&year=. As I have already mentioned, Reggie is a dynamic player. He will never be in the top 20 of rushing and recieving. Because he does both. Not just one. Like a Michael Turner. Your argument there is non existent.

Tell me, what is wrong with seeing what a player does by quarter? It is how you see true production. There is a reaosn the NBA doesn't just say every player gets 48 minutes on the court, even if he only played 5 minutes.

Again, you gave me two of the worst. One that gives you a whole lot of nothing, and a commonly used NFL.Com. Check the site I gave you, that is a real draft site.

Bottom line, Reggie averages 111 yards per game, and 33 yards by quarter. There is no denying that, how many people can say they do that for there team?

It is funny how things work on this site, one guy averages 107 yards per game on 24 touches and he should be the MVP of the entire NFL. Another guy averages 111 yards per game on 20 touches and he is overrated and garbage. Or 100 yards on 18 touches, whatever way you want to look at it.

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Who ever said Reggie would be the one taking the handoff on 3rd and 2? Incase you did not remember, the Saints are in the market for a power back. Not to leave out, PT converts 60% of his third and shorts.

Again, real numbers? You gave me the worst football stat site there is, and NFL.COM. Here is a real site, http://hosted.stats.com/fb/leaders.asp?ran...k=016&year=. As I have already mentioned, Reggie is a dynamic player. He will never be in the top 20 of rushing and recieving. Because he does both. Not just one. Like a Michael Turner. Your argument there is non existent.

Tell me, what is wrong with seeing what a player does by quarter? It is how you see true production. There is a reaosn the NBA doesn't just say every player gets 48 minutes on the court, even if he only played 5 minutes.

Again, you gave me two of the worst. One that gives you a whole lot of nothing, and a commonly used NFL.Com. Check the site I gave you, that is a real draft site.

Bottom line, Reggie averages 111 yards per game, and 33 yards by quarter. There is no denying that, how many people can say they do that for there team?

It is funny how things work on this site, one guy averages 107 yards per game on 24 touches and he should be the MVP of the entire NFL. Another guy averages 111 yards per game on 20 touches and he is overrated and garbage. Or 100 yards on 18 touches, whatever way you want to look at it.

pro football has great individual number and I know you don't like seeing Bust at 42nd, 61st, and 71st...that really bites nola and you know it! :o

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pro football has great individual number and I know you don't like seeing Bust at 42nd, 61st, and 71st...that really bites nola and you know it! :o

What does pro football give you? It gives you what NFL.com gives you, only a little more indepth. Find a better site to get your numbers from.

Dude, how many times do I have to say it, Reggie will never be a top 20 RB, and WR. He is a RB who gets 11 carries and 5 catches a game. It isn't rocket science WFW, think about it. He will get 16-22 touches a game, and they all come between carries, rections, and returnsAnd the 71st really doesn't hurt because that has QB's and people who only played in one game listed. Look at the RB's. Again, not rocket science. Next time you try to put down Reggie, use that high IQ a little.

The day Reggie is up at the top of any of those categorys, will be when he gets 20 carries a game, lines up at reciever and gets 6 or 7 receptions. But until then, you have to look at his total production, not individual production.

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