|Whos the best running back in the nfl right now and why do u think so?|
dude seriously tatum bell
REGGIE BUSH is the best NFL running back. he's super talented and recevied the Heisman trophy last year. thee absolute best rushing TDs. and the 513 all pupose yards made the second best record in the NCAA history. you have to say it "he's a rookie but a BEAST!"
That's crazy. Y/A should remove this question if the answer is going to be wrong. Bush is a rookie and NOT even starting. Give me a break! Report It
tatum bell. GO BRONCOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...
Steven Jackson was just on ESPN yesterday and said he's the best in the NFL. LOL!
I am the best running back in the NFL now. I run the forty in 3.4 seconds, bench press 680, and average 25.3 yards per touch.......i shall be known as the best running back of all time.
Ladainian Tomlinson and no one else is a close second. No weaknesses, catches well, even blocks well when he needs to.
Clinton Portis --- he is the only reason the Redskins have managed a couple of wins this season ,he is different class just look at his stats ,the man is unbelievable
LT because he's got everything
L. Tomlinson. He can bruise, he can make guys miss, he catches the ball, shoot, he's proven he can throw TD's too, he doesn't get hurt easily, and he has a decent offensive line.
LT by far
LaDainain Tomlinson. He gets the tough yards, he can go the distance from anywhere on the field, he is an excellent pass receiver and he is good at throwing the option pass.
In this day in football it is much more effective to have a 2 back system. Taking 30 shots to your body can do a lot of damage, so alot of teams are trying to split up the carries among two backs.
Reggie Bush,He is just so fast its amazing!
its hard to go against tomlinson, but i really think Steven Jackson is awsome, great running and reciveing, great presence in the backfield. Althought, I wouldn't count tatum Bell out, that guys good
Tiki Barber, look at his yards per carry,and amount of carries versus fumble ratio. I don't care for the Giants, but the stats speak volume.