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Poll: Who Should Be Pitt’s Starting RB?



While Pitt’s passing game is performing well, the same can’t be said for its running game. Whether it’s lack of opportunities, poor run blocking, lack of rhythm, or something else, the bottom line is Pitt’s lack of running game is an issue.

So far this season, the Panthers’ leading rusher is A.J. Davis with 119 yards on 29 carries. The team as a whole is only averaging 2.8 yards per carry and have averaged just 87.33 total yards on the ground per game.

For the first time in a while, the Panthers don’t have a featured back, which is something that has to change if they’re going to have a balanced offense.

Here’s our question, who should Pat Narduzzi settle on as Pitt’s featured back instead of rotating 3-4 players?

Who Should Be Pitt's Featured Running Back?

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Richard Johnson
Richard Johnson
4 years ago

In all honesty, it doesn’t matter the line is terrible, the wide receivers do not hold their blocks on the edge. Pickett throwing 50 times will not win games.

bob middleman
bob middleman
4 years ago

You should also list “other”

Clark Martineau
4 years ago

Davis looks good receiving and Davis looks good scoring. I pick Davis.
Just messin’ with y’all. Better play is needed from the O-line though they kept Kenny pretty clean.

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