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Translations: Gintama 507 (2)
i went with panther for the simple reason he owned everyone on japans team and probably in america, i hear yall saying that yamato's a balanced runner and thats true but panther was ultra reliable and they say your strongest card is your safest card
LOL REDSKINS ALL THE WAY
but no id have to say brandon jacobs is more of a yamato type, or adrian peterson
barry sanders= panther hands down
Last edited by blackpowa; July 01, 2009 at 09:41 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
I'd think Barry Sanders would be more of a Sena than Panther.
I'd say Yamato is the best, but that may be because I like power backs above those speedy types. Of course, Panther's great, perhaps even flawless. But even with that I'd choose Yamato.
And as for the comparison of NFL players to these guys: Sena is definitely Barry Sanders. Yamato is the Adrian Peterson type, and in my mind Panther's a bit like Chris Johnson, who I think is the fastest running back in the NFL with his 4.23 or something like that. And his speed doesn't even go down with pads on! His teammate in Tennessee, LenDale White, slows down considerably after he puts them on, but Johnson just keeps on going with that insane speed.
Sena kicks ass. That's just all there is to it.
Westbrook, no e. LOL
He's probably my favorite HB in the league. He can block because he has power. He has crazy bursts of speed. And he can catch better than a lot of tight ends. Definitely up there.
I don't think Peterson has the same power Yamato has.... Brandon Jacobs is more fitting. Tomlinson could be Panther if he was faster.
I don't really dabble much in actual football. I play Madden 09 but that's about it. Recently I looked up a guy named Bo Jackson and I have to say he is similar to Yamato. He was fast and evasive, which made it hard to catch him and when caught with a tackle he could shake it off like it never happened. Sometimes it took more than three people to take him down. The only thing Yamato would need is more speed.
LOL BO jackson hahaha now he was probably one of the most talented atheletes to ever live, NFL and MLB at the same time, but i dont think yamato would be an adrian peterson type, adrian peterson is faster than yamato, but sena seems more like a reggie bush type,
panther idk there is noone to compare him to
Bo Jackson was probably the only running back to ever play the game that could be described with the word "perfect". Sure, Barry Sanders totally dominated, as did Gale Sayers, Walter Payton and many other greats. LT and Adrian Peterson are still doing it. Still, Bo Jackson was in a league of his own. Speed that none could catch up to and power that no one could take down. A perfect running back. Shame that his career was so short-lived.
The guy also played Baseball professionally. I think he loved Baseball a lot more and went on to play it even after his hip injury. I watched some highlight videos of him on Youtube and saw him going down after like.. a 5-man tackle.
idk if yamaro would be bo jackson caliber but that surely seems possible unfortunately i wasnt alive when bo jackson played :P
(I'd vote Yamato because of his unyielding willpower and his impressive overall ability. I really wish we got to/get to see older Sena's running style though.)
One more thing, L.T is easily the most comparable back to Sena. If you look at the way L.T. ran during his prime season, you could easily see the Sena in him.
Last edited by Eyeshield12; July 14, 2009 at 05:12 PM.
true dat.... sena couldn't throw like LT though, lol
Sena is my favorite, but as far as "Who's the best?" ; I'd have to vote Panther.