Carolina would be really fortunate to have another Giovani Bernard in the near future, or really ever. His acceleration, vision, and patience— the way he set up blocks was beautiful, and quite literally uncoachable when your instinct is to not get steamrolled by 300-pound men— were all among the best I’ve ever seen.
His lone year in the Fed Spread, although hijacked early by injuries, was a freaking highlight reel. He finished with a crazy 122.8 yards per game rushing, 490 yards receiving, and 17 total touchdowns from scrimmage.


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