Adrian Peterson & Barry Sanders stats through first 5 seasons

most viewed right now
 78
Big Gipp Exposes What REALLY Happened Between Pimp C & Master P Forcing P TO L..
47 comments
@hiphop
most viewed right now
 56
NBA Klay Thompson is OFFICIALLY NO LONGER eligible for the SUPER MAX :mjdamn:
56 comments
@sports
most viewed right now
 51
So Kanye Dug Up Whitney Houston's Grave And Spit In Her Face Scust
80 comments
@hiphop
most viewed right now
 46
Image(s) inside This guy slaps your girls ass... wyd
90 comments
@wild'ish

section   (0 bx goons and 1 bystanders) Share this on Twitter   Share this on Facebook
 

Props Slaps
 11-14-2012, 06:57 AM         #81
TriniChief 
space
space
space
$n/a | Props total:  
 banga said:
I already said Adrian Peterson can have my first wife on facebook.

I feel like I'm getting to watch the Jordan of running backs on Sundays all over again.
Damn Right!
 6 years ago '04        #82
GollyI'mGully 69 heat pts69
space
avatar space
space
$7,735 | Props total: 400 400
and i wanted this nicca over jamarcus
 6 years ago '04        #83
HotBYoungTurk 13 heat pts13
space
avatar space
space
$11,970 | Props total: 2353 2353
dude is the truth..

still remember my Browns passing on him for Joe Thomas.. a franchise needs an all-time pro Left Tackle.. I understood the pick.. but damn.. All Day is that dude!!

I think he will break lots of records.
 6 years ago '04        #84
tommymm96 2 heat pts
space
avatar space
space
$7,512 | Props total: 6 6
 GollyI'mGully said:
and i wanted this nicca over jamarcus
 6 years ago '05        #85
Sluggernaut 21 heat pts21
space
avatar space
space
$24,302 | Props total: 5820 5820
 Tony Romo God said:
that body already has a lot of wear and tear, he won't even make it to 15,000 yards
Just like he wont make it out of college, just like he wont make back from the injury last year.

C'mon dude, if Adrian Peterson has taught us anything is that he's the next step of human evolution.

Homo-Adrianicus. This muthafucca defys modern medicine. Hats off to him. It must be exiciting to be a Vikes fan.

Shout out to my boy Lynch though, 2nd best back in the league and that's okay.
 6 years ago '12        #86
KUKOC 4 heat pts
space
space
space
$2,948 | Props total: 1917 1917
Ap is nice..but not even close to barrys level...when comparin 2 players u have to switch positions..put AP behind that lions o-line..and barry behind that vikings o line

and has everyone forgot that vikings D was nice for a cool min..meanin more chances on O..barry had to try to score every possesion just to stay in the game

oh and LT is a top 5 all time..AP got a way to go
 11-14-2012, 10:06 AM         #87
upandcumingband 
space
space
space
$n/a | Props total:  
ap da gawddd but barry is upper echelon man iono it will take some time
 6 years ago '04        #88
1000bluntz 
space
avatar space
space
$18,260 | Props total: 15546 15546
Barry is my favorite football player ever, AP has been my favorite current player since he was in college despite him not being a Gator though I am also a big Vikes fan. Then my second favorite player Harvin goes from my Gators to my Vikes, sh*t was like a dream. Now only if they could win a fu*king SB before I die.
 6 years ago '12        #89
CosbySweater 302 heat pts302
space
avatar space
space
$36,700 | Props total: 18424 18424
This n*gga AP is not human
 11-14-2012, 11:39 AM         #90
AKS MUZIK 
space
space
space
$n/a | Props total:  
 P Griff said:
The GOAT and the Baby GOAT
 11-14-2012, 11:52 AM         #91
Stayburnin 
space
space
space
$n/a | Props total:  
Longevity is the hardest thing for running backs. Every year a running back breaks out and then disappears a few years later. That's why the people saying he will be one of the greatest ever have to realize it won't be easy.

That's why I give so much credit to emmit smith. I don't think he was the most talented rb of all time but you have to rank him up there because he was the most consistent. Every year he broke a 1000 yards with ease. He has the rushing record which I think is the hardest record to break in the nfl so he deserves a lot of credit.
 6 years ago '06        #92
Manny05 1 heat pts
space
avatar space
space
$17,401 | Props total: 1 1
imagine if Brady had him on his team
 6 years ago '07        #93
Bruce Leeroy 
space
avatar space
space
$16,676 | Props total: 835 835
Two of my all time favs. Glad I got to witness Barry and now AP.
 11-14-2012, 02:46 PM         #94
Ca$h Out 
space
space
space
$n/a | Props total:  
 HotBYoungTurk said:
dude is the truth..

still remember my Browns passing on him for Joe Thomas.. a franchise needs an all-time pro Left Tackle.. I understood the pick.. but damn.. All Day is that dude!!

I think he will break lots of records.
Good thing yall got trent...

 11-14-2012, 02:48 PM         #95
Old Man Quillis 
space
space
space
$n/a | Props total:  
The baby GOAT???




As if Adrian Peterson is Better than Walter Payton or Jim Brown.
 6 years ago '04        #96
ATLDOPEBOI30 74 heat pts74
space
avatar space
space
$33,370 | Props total: 7002 7002
need to get the fuk away from minn if he want a championship
 6 years ago '04        #97
dre03 
space
avatar space
space
$10,466 | Props total: 3219 3219
 palogee said:
Comparing Mr. Fumblerusky to the most impressive back this world has ever seen?


Herman Moore had them stats because the defense was worried about BARRY! They had an average QB, sub par O line, and outside of Chris Speilman and Jerry Ball at Nose Tackle there wasn't anyone on the defense that you were afraid of.

Man Barry was that dude. Period. He made watching football on Turkey Day what it is today. AP is Good, but he ain't no Barry.


[pic - click to view]



[pic - click to view]








Your girl "M" Knows what B Sanders will do to you on any given Sunday.
See this the sh*t i am talking about right here... Once a player retires people quickly get amnesia about a player and only see highlights and that gets imprinted in their brains... the fact you would call AP Mr. Fumblerusky and not say the same for Barry is exactly how i know you didn't watch Barry during that time... And you damn sure didn't listen to sports talk about him... Barry put the ball on the ground alot his first few years and actually continued to do it throughout his career...

Through their first 5 seasons in 73 games Barry Fumbled 28 times compared to AP 22 times... But yet you call AP Fumblerusky... AP already has had 2 seasons with less than 2 fumbles... Barry in his whole career only had 1 season under 2 fumbles... Barry was great and was a highlight machine... But he also had more negative plays than anybody... Barry was rarely in between... He either got you a big run or a bad loss... He didn't consistently get you 4 and 5 yard gains... You can blame his O-line for that but people forget Derrick Moore who took over for Barry had 56 carries for 259 yards averaging 4.6 yards per carry in the 3 games he started for Barry following his injury in 1993... So their O-line could not have been as bad as people think if the backup can come in and average almost 5 yards a carry as well...

AP out of all RB's has less negative plays than any back the last 5 years... Chris Johnson is a modern day Barry Sanders... A player who spends alot of time making players miss in the backfield and who gets criticized for not just hitting the hole sometimes instead of dancing in the backfield when they lose yards... These are the things i remember about Barry Sanders watching him growing up... Great exciting back who struggled in short yardage and goal line situations... But his big play ability became all we know today after he retired... Jim Brown is still the GOAT back of all time... Obviously i didn't get to see him play but there were no knocks on Brown's game
 6 years ago '12        #98
SDC17 38 heat pts38
space
avatar space
space
$4,087 | Props total: 654 654
Just for fun.

Chris Johnson: First 5 years.
Total Yards: 8,079
Touchdowns: 46
Fumbles: 13

CJ2K currently has 6,507 rushing yards, with plenty of games left. Those numbers will change as this season goes on.
 11-14-2012, 10:29 PM         #99
Old Man Quillis 
space
space
space
$n/a | Props total:  
 dre03 said:
See this the sh*t i am talking about right here... Once a player retires people quickly get amnesia about a player and only see highlights and that gets imprinted in their brains... the fact you would call AP Mr. Fumblerusky and not say the same for Barry is exactly how i know you didn't watch Barry during that time... And you damn sure didn't listen to sports talk about him... Barry put the ball on the ground alot his first few years and actually continued to do it throughout his career...

Through their first 5 seasons in 73 games Barry Fumbled 28 times compared to AP 22 times... But yet you call AP Fumblerusky... AP already has had 2 seasons with less than 2 fumbles... Barry in his whole career only had 1 season under 2 fumbles... Barry was great and was a highlight machine... But he also had more negative plays than anybody... Barry was rarely in between... He either got you a big run or a bad loss... He didn't consistently get you 4 and 5 yard gains... You can blame his O-line for that but people forget Derrick Moore who took over for Barry had 56 carries for 259 yards averaging 4.6 yards per carry in the 3 games he started for Barry following his injury in 1993... So their O-line could not have been as bad as people think if the backup can come in and average almost 5 yards a carry as well...

AP out of all RB's has less negative plays than any back the last 5 years... Chris Johnson is a modern day Barry Sanders... A player who spends alot of time making players miss in the backfield and who gets criticized for not just hitting the hole sometimes instead of dancing in the backfield when they lose yards... These are the things i remember about Barry Sanders watching him growing up... Great exciting back who struggled in short yardage and goal line situations... But his big play ability became all we know today after he retired... Jim Brown is still the GOAT back of all time... Obviously i didn't get to see him play but there were no knocks on Brown's game
The fumblerusky comment was directed at that p!ss poor performance in that NFC Game

But I'll just leave this here

One of the game’s most electrifying runners, Barry Sanders rushed for more than 1,000 yards in each of his 10 seasons with the Detroit Lions (1989-1998). He was the first running back ever to do so. The 1988 Heisman Trophy winner was also just the third person to gain more than 2,000 yards in a season, a feat he accomplished in 1997.

Sanders, after forgoing his senior season at Oklahoma State, made his pro debut just three days after signing with the Lions, who had made him their first-round pick and the third overall pick in the 1989 draft. He absolutely dazzled a Pontiac Silverdome crowd when he dashed for an 18-yard gain on his first carry as an NFL running back. But that was just the beginning. His 1,470 yards rushing that season, a-then Lions record, fell just 10 yards short of the league’s best for the year.

In 1990, Sanders, with 1,304 yards rushing, topped all ground gainers, something he would do again in 1994 (1,883 yards) and in 1996 (1,553 yards). His 44 receptions for 283 yards in 1994 gave him a combined 2,166 yards from scrimmage. The most impressive feat of his remarkable career, however, came in 1997, when he rushed for a league-best 2,053 yards and gained another 305 yards on 33 catches for an amazing 2,358 combined yards gained. That year, Sanders, who was named league Most Valuable Player, gained more than 100 yards rushing in an NFL record 14 consecutive regular season games.

Though not big by most standards, Sanders capitalized on his size by running low to the ground making him less of a target for would-be tacklers. His elusiveness and ability to reverse direction seemingly at will, often left defensive players grasping at air. “He makes you miss so bad, you kind of look up in the stands and wonder if anybody’s looking at you,” Atlanta Falcons cornerback D.J. Johnson once remarked. “You’ve got 60,000 people in there and you wonder if anyone saw you miss that tackle.”

A first- or second-team All-Pro ten consecutive seasons, Sanders became the first NFL running back to record five 1,500-yard rushing seasons, in addition to being the only back to do so in four consecutive seasons (1994-1997).

Selected to play in the Pro Bowl each of his 10 NFL seasons, Sanders held nearly every Lions’ rushing record and numerous all-time NFL records, at the time of his retirement.



When AP can do the above, come holla at me. Barry ran for 1500+ near the end of his career. And he had the ability to stay healthy.
 6 years ago '07        #100
Bullseye 60 heat pts60 OP
space
avatar space
space
$9,099 | Props total: 2108 2108
 palogee said:


When AP can do the above, come holla at me. Barry ran for 1500+ near the end of his career. And he had the ability to stay healthy.
Some of yall are going WAY overboard wit this. Nobody is saying AD will have a better career yet, but we are looking at how he sizes up to one of the greatest at this point in his young career. So far, he's going at a great pace. You're comparing the end of Barry's career to the beginning of AD's career. That ain't a fair comparison. Let AD finish out his career before you start that conversation.
Home      
  
 

 






most viewed right now
 32
Video inside You like t**ties? You'll like these ones... MILFY
33 comments
1 day ago
@thotsdimesetc
most viewed right now
 31
condoms are lame as fu-k
64 comments
1 day ago
@thotsdimesetc
most viewed right now
 27
May 23 - 7-Eleven Planning To Sell CBD Products in 4,000 Locations
70 comments
1 day ago
@news
most viewed right now
 17
Video inside May 23 - tough on crime republican state representative cries when caug..
54 comments
1 day ago
@news
most viewed right now
 16
Image(s) inside A Nice Palmed Sized Moroccan Ass
83 comments
1 day ago
@thotsdimesetc
most viewed right now
 8
Pusha Takes DIRECT SHOT AT Wheelchair Jimmy DRAKE "It was Never Written Like Q..
269 comments
23 hours ago
@hiphop
most viewed right now
 6
Image(s) inside This New PS4 Controller looks familiar lol
37 comments
2 days ago
@games
most viewed right now
 4
Video inside Avengers Infinity War: Why Sharon Carter Wasn’t in the Movie
11 comments
23 hours ago
@movies
back to top
register contact Follow BX @ Twitter Follow BX @ Facebook search BX privacy