Anyway, they haven’t had very much success, but have been stellar at certain positions.
3. Fullback, Halfback
Marcel Reece is the single most versatile player in the NFL.
Yes, I said it. If you don’t believe me, just look at last season’s stats. He accumulated 271 yards as a fullback on just 46 carries, averaging 4.6 yards per carry. Most fullbacks average around two yards per carry. That just goes to show you how good he is.
In addition, he has great hands. I mean, just look at the numbers he puts up in the receiving game: 52 receptions for 496 yards. Simply ridiculous. Nearly 9.5 per catch.
Don’t forget, he can also block like a lineman.
Darren McFadden hasn’t played on more than 13 games in any of his six years of experience, but he is still one of the best running backs in the game. I know he hasn’t played on more than 13 games in any of his six years of experience. If he can come out of this season unscathed, he will be thrusted to the head of league.
2. Safety, Cornerback
Charles Woodson — that’s all that needs to be said.
The addition of the future Hall of Famer and possibly the greatest defensive back of all-time is truly a blessing to have. He has registered 55 interceptions — can you do that? So why would we expect anything less? C-Wood is back home and ready to play some football. He’ll show you.
D.J. Hayden is the best corner taken in the draft. Simple. After his heart injury, he was sidelined for some time but came back just as good.
After nearly dying, he ran a 4.3 40-time — can you do that?
He was brilliant in college, recording four interceptions and 61 tackles in 3/4 of a college season.
Sebastian “Big Foot” Janikowski — words cannot explain how good this man is at his occupation.
He is the best kicker of his generation…and the next. He rarely misses a kick, even if it’s from 50-plus yards.
He is someone that any team would love to have.