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Is Kareem Hunt That Good Or Did He Play In A Good System?

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Is Kareem Hunt That Good Or Did He Play In A Good System?

 

Other Andy Reid RBs who had decent-phenomenal games and/or years
1. Duce Staley
2. Westbrook
3. Shady
4. Jamaal Charles
5. Charcandrick West
6. Spencer Ware
7. Damien Williams
8. Bryce Brown

And I'm sure I'm missing some other fill-in type guys with the Eagles. I like Hunt's game on the field, but I also feel like he benefited a lot from Reid and his system.

 

What do you all think?

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Mediocre RB in a great system = good RB.  I posted about this elsewhere too.  Look at what James Conner did coming into a good Steelers system.  Or CJ Anderson who bounced around 2 other teams this year before exploding on the Rams.  Or any of the Chiefs RB's you mentioned, as well as Patriots RB's.  I don't think Kareem Hunt is special, or a top 5 back like some people believe.

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Wow, a rare good thread from Lone Star.  :clap:  

 

I don't think we'll really know until we see him in another system.

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1 hour ago, darin3 said:

Wow, a rare good thread from Lone Star.  :clap:  

 

I don't think we'll really know until we see him in another system.

 

Agree with this. I think it's a little of both. The Walrus does run a very RB friendly system. Hunt is very talented, only time will tell.

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Hunt passes my eye test. Will do very well on most teams.

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