To preface this question, I am referring specifically to those who feel that we should have drafted a running back in rounds 1 through 4. If you aren't part of this camp, then the question doesn't apply. My rationale being that if you're going to be drafting a running back high, and in front of other needs (like Linebacker, Tight End, Receiver), then I'm assuming you're looking for someone who can start and be the "featured guy." And considering we already have a featured back that we spent considerable draft stock on a few years ago (a second round pick), I can only assume that you feel he needed to be upgraded. So to those in that camp, I have a few questions: 1) Is it a talent issue? i.e. Do you feel that Abdullah hasn't shown the necessary skills to get the job done? 2) Is it a durability issue? i.e. You don't feel that his body can hold up to the strain of a featured back role? 3) Some other reason? Please be very descriptive in your reply. In other words, if it is a talent issue, please point specifically to observable traits. Measurables, combine numbers, past performance, statistics, specific examples of game film. If it is a durability issue, then please point specifically to his injury history, dating back to college, where he has shown a penchant for getting injured significantly. Point to specific injuries, when they occurred, and why those injuries concern you. If it is a matter of his physical features, please show evidence that supports the hypothesis that an unusually high occurence of injury happens to backs of that stature, or a shorter average career span, etc. etc. If you do not support your assertion with some type of objective and reasoned support, you will be systematically torn apart ... berated ... laughed at ... think of the movie "Carrie." They're all going to laugh at you. Thanks in advance for the input.