New York Giants: 5 Reasons Paul Perkins will make the Pro Bowl in 2017
Perkins’ greatest strength is arguably his elusiveness.
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With the ability to jump cut and disappear, he creates massive opportunity in the open field. If allowed too much space, he will run rampant on opposing defenses.
Just imagine trying to stop a runner who could change his direction at any moment.
Of course, most NFL running backs can do that, but Perkins has a bit of an advantage. Why? Because of his low center of gravity.
Perkins runs low to the ground, and fakes his shoulders one way while his legs are going another.
His hips are always on a swivel, allowing him to bounce it outside to expose linebackers trying to shoot the gap.
Ultimately, the man can move, and with the additional blocking he will be a nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators.