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Thread: If It's Brown, Flush It Down: Bengals vs. Browns

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    Re: If It's Brown, Flush It Down: Bengals vs. Browns

    Quote Originally Posted by camisadelgolf View Post
    I agree that Rudi was good for a short time, but Dillon was in a completely different class. The reason Rudi was so good was because he understood exactly what he had to do to be successful. When he shed 30 lbs. and tried to become an elusive back, he became much worse. I think Benson has better physical skills but doesn't break tackles as well as Rudi used to, and overall, I'd say they're about equal.
    Yea no doubt when he went from trying to be a Betis to trying to be a Faulk he turned into a turd.

    Benson does seem quicker than Rudi was. He doesnt seem to break the tackles but he does get through the holes quicker just from what I see.

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    Re: If It's Brown, Flush It Down: Bengals vs. Browns

    5 Redszoners could have blocked for Dillon and he'd have rushed for a thousand yards. He was one of the most incredible backs I'd ever seen when he was in his prime.

    Rudi was pretty good for a while but Dillon was far, far more talented.
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    Re: If It's Brown, Flush It Down: Bengals vs. Browns

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
    5 Redszoners could have blocked for Dillon and he'd have rushed for a thousand yards. He was one of the most incredible backs I'd ever seen when he was in his prime.

    Rudi was pretty good for a while but Dillon was far, far more talented.
    Dillon was talented, but he also spent much of his career running behind Willie Anderson. Big Willie played a big part in Dillon's success. But when Dillon was throwing tantrums to get himself out of town, he made sure to throw Willie under the bus.
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