could have easily transferred when we recruited shontrelle and what would have been his playing time was gobbled up by a younger player. instead, he stayed, worked hard and is now splitting time at RB. glad his hard work has been rewarded in kind. i have been equally impressed with his play as i have been in SJ's.
I'm not sure why people are demanding White start or believe he's doing so much better. He's been in the game when we've been in scoring position, so fans get confused that he's getting in the end zone and Shontrelle hasn't.
However, last I checked Shontrelle had a better average.
Both running backs have been very solid. It is great we have a 1-2 punch like that. Shontrelle is due to break one. He is better of the edge and has more elusiveness, but it seems like White does a little better between the tackles. It is great to have depth like that because I doubt both stay healthy all season.
I've been much more impressed with White that ShJ...
Originally Posted by clone99
without a doubt
You guys are both nuts. Just because SJ hasn't gotten the endzone you cannot seriously say this. SJ has so much more elusiveness then White it's not even comparable. Shontrelle has been running fantastic this season.
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I have actually been impressed with both backs. SJ always seems to find an extra yard or two, when you think he is stopped. Which is pretty incredible when you look at his size. White doesn't seem to have a weak spot in his game either.
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