View Poll Results: Is Steven Jackson an "All-Time Rams Great"?

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  • Absolutely. He's already there.

    26 65.00%
  • Not yet, but he's well on his way.

    6 15.00%
  • The stat sheet says "yes," the W/L record says "no."

    4 10.00%
  • He's a notch below the All-Timers, and probably always will be.

    4 10.00%
  • No. In fact, if anything, he's overrated.

    0 0%
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    Re: Is Steven Jackson an "All-Time Rams Great"?

    Quote Originally Posted by TekeRam View Post
    Goldenfleece, as to your comment about not having a lot of memories of Jax really slamming the door on a team, I have a huge memory of the Cowboys game from 2008, where Jax just completely dominated the Cowboys to the tune of 25 carries for 160 yards and 3 TD's. I remember one run where he fought through a tackle or two and then just burst up the seam and outran their secondary to the endzone. It was the exact kind of run that Marshall could do to you where if you gave him a path, he could light those burners and be gone. That's why I've always thought that people don't give enough credit to Steven's speed. Yes, he's a big back who loves to go through people, but he's just as good with a stiff arm and running past people.
    I too remember many games where Jackson single-handedly destoryed opponents with dominating performances and big runs. In the video I posted from the 2006 season, many are highlighted, most notably the game against Choaktown where Jackson scored 2 TD's to go along with 127 yards, and the huge performance against Minnesota where he scored 3 TD's and rushed for 142 yards with a 59 yard run. That said, I would assume Goldenfleece is talking about a "defining moment" in a meaningful game. It's too bad Jackson has not had the opportunity to play on the caliber of teams that Dickerson and Faulk were fortunate enough to be a part of.


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    Re: Is Steven Jackson an "All-Time Rams Great"?

    Quote Originally Posted by r8rh8rmike View Post
    . It's too bad Jackson has not had the opportunity to play on the caliber of teams that Dickerson and Faulk were fortunate enough to be a part of.
    You know what Mike? I think those years might be coming here pretty darn soon.

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