Originally Posted by Carbine
He's going to be regarded by the majority of fans/experts/football people as a top 5 back of all time if he stays healthy and has a normal declining curve of a great RB.
I say that with 99.9 percent certainty.
He's going to have to jump over some really great players.
Then you have guys like Earl Campbell, Curtis Martin, Emmit Smith, Motley, Sayers...
I'm sure I'm forgetting guys. AP has a hot at the Top 5, but it isn't a given. Not by a longshot, imo.