@Johnny U Here's the problem with Black QB's! They are usually the best athlete on there high school team. So they drop back to pass the pocket breaks down and the first thing they do is run. This is the beginning of them forming bad habits.When they run usually good things happen for their team,so their high school coach doesn't care as long as their winning.Most white QB's aren't the best athlete on the team and when the pocket breaks down the white QB is force to use his mind and slide in the pocket and find the open man. Then most of the Black QB's go to college and bring their bad habits with them thus never developing their potential. I am a Ram fan and I can tell you Steve Young was the same way. The best thing that happened to him was going to the 49ers who I hate! But Bill Walsh was a great coach and Steve Young had to sit and learn behind Montana.But Steve still wanted to run at first when the pocket started to collapse but Bill Walsh only wanted his QB's to run as a last resort and that took Steve a little while to learn, when to hang in the pocket till the last minute and find the open receiver or when to run. So until High school coaches start to make their Black QB's run only as the last option I just don't see the Black QB developing in the same numbers as the white QB's.
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Below are my fantasy running back rankings and a set of links for my positional Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings. Keep in mind that this list is for this week only; not the entire rest of the season.
The rankings are based on a traditional scoring system. Each player has Walterfootball.com's projected stats and standard scoring points.
Adrian Peterson, RB, Vikings (vs. Panthers) - 22 Points
150 Rushing Yards, 2 Catches, 10 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
Pro Bowl fullback Jerome Felton is back, so Adrian Peterson should be back to 2012 form.
Jamaal Charles, RB, Chiefs (vs. Raiders) - 20 Points
60 Rushing Yards, 7 Catches, 80 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Raiders are a surprising 11th against the run, but Jamaal Charles will do most of his damage via receiving yardage.
Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seahawks (vs. Titans) - 18 Points
100 Rushing Yards, 2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Titans have surrendered at least 100 rushing yards to three of their four previous opponents.
LeSean McCoy, RB, Eagles (at Bucs) - 17 Points
70 Rushing Yards, 4 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Buccaneers have limited three of four opponents to 75 rushing yards or fewer.
Reggie Bush, RB, Lions (at Browns) - 17 Points
50 Rushing Yards, 5 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
Reggie Bush has a tough matchup against the Browns, but having Calvin Johnson back will help open things up for him.
Doug Martin, RB, Bucs (vs. Eagles) - 16 Points
80 Rushing Yards, 2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Eagles are 21st against the run.
Matt Forte, RB, Bears (vs. Giants) - 15 Points
50 Rushing Yards, 5 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Giants actually aren't that bad against the run, but Matt Forte will be a big part of the passing game.
Ray Rice, RB, Ravens (vs. Packers) - 15 Points
60 Rushing Yards, 4 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Dolphins are tough to run against, but Ray Rice should get receptions this week.
Alfred Morris, RB, Redskins (at Cowboys) - 15 Points
80 Rushing Yards, 1 Catch, 10 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Cowboys stink against the pass, but they're just average versus the run.
Fred Jackson, RB, Bills (vs. Bengals) - 14 Points
50 Rushing Yards, 3 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
Fred Jackson had a solid Thursday night despite spraining his MCL. The extra time off can only help.
Marcel Reece, RB, Raiders (at Chiefs) - 14 Points
50 Rushing Yards, 4 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
Marcel Reece could receive most of the workload.
Frank Gore, RB, 49ers (vs. Cardinals) - 13 Points
50 Rushing Yards, 2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
The Cardinals are fourth against the run, but Frank Gore should still be treated like an RB2.
Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos (vs. Jaguars) - 13 Points
50 Rushing Yards, 3 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
Knowshon Moreno is the lead dog in the backfield, but the Broncos have shown that they'll test out Montee Ball in a blowout.
DeMarco Murray, RB, Cowboys (vs. Redskins) - 13 Points
80 Rushing Yards, 6 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.
Washington ranks 30th against the run.
Trent Richardson, RB, Colts (at Chargers) - 12 Points
50 Rushing Yards, 2 Catches, 10 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
Regardless of whether or not Ahmad Bradshaw is in the lineup, Trent Richardson will always be a threat to score.
Arian Foster, RB, Texans (vs. Rams) - 12 Points
40 Rushing Yards, 3 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
Arian Foster has actually looked pretty decent the past couple of weeks.
C.J. Spiller, RB, Bills (vs. Bengals) - 8 Points
70 Rushing Yards, 1 Catch, 10 Receiving Yards.
C.J. Spiller's not fully healthy. He's a low-end RB2 at best.
Bilal Powell, RB, Jets (vs. Steelers) - 8 Points
60 Rushing Yards, 4 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.
Now entrenched as the primary ball-carrier.
Giovani Bernard, RB, Bengals (at Bills) - 7 Points
40 Rushing Yards, 4 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.
The Bills are decent against the run, so Giovani Bernard will have to do most of his damage as a receiver out of the backfield.