Check ESPN’s latest “Top 5 Running Backs” list, and you’ll notice that writers love them some hunky men.
Okay, that sounded odd. But, really, a lot of dudes have man crushes on Adrian Peterson, and for good reason. He runs over people. Most men can’t do that. The ones who write about it certainly can’t. And so, it should come as no surprise that ESPN scribe Matt Williamson rated AP as the best running back in the National Football League, despite the fact that the dude essentially has no knees.
Now, most of us have never played halfback in the NFL, so we don’t know this for sure, but we’re betting that tearing your ACL, or your MCL, and any of your CLs (?) isn’t good for a guy who’s sole job is to run.
And, LeSean McCoy? Really? Are you bored? Are you that desperate to spice things up?
LeSean McCoy is fine and all, but that seems a little forced. That’s like calling Ralph Malph the best character on Happy Days. “Okay, I can see you like him and he’s definitely underappreciated, but is he really better than Richie or Fonzie?”
Right now, there’s only one running back, and that’s Arian Foster. And, in the backfield, there’s only one player, and that’s Ray Rice.
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