Bryce Love did it again.
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Bryce Love did that thing he does.
Stanford 7, Washington State 0 pic.twitter.com/b4R2RxzIRK
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) November 4, 2017
So what's Bryce Love's NFL Draft stock looking like should the junior decide to leave The Farm after this season?
Here's five squads that could use his talents.
Despite scoring two touchdowns in last Sunday night's win over Miami, one can make a case that the Marshawn Lynch experiment has been a bust. Suspensions, off-the-field antics, and a season high of just 76 rushing yards back in week 1 means the Raiders will need to think about the future — especially since Lynch will be 32 next year.
Love is sitting right there in the Bay Area for Oakland to easily scout, and he could provide an amazing backfield outlet for Derek Carr even though Stanford hasn't utilized him in that capacity much.
This really seemed like the Buccaneers year to turn the corner, but as Lee Corso loves to say, "Not so fast, my friend!"
Former playmakers Doug Martin and Jacquizz Rodgers have rushed for only 254 and 171 yards respectively this season, which has only placed more pressure on Jameis Winston. That pressure has resulted in just 10 touchdowns, 6 interceptions, and a 2-6 record.
For a team ranked #30 overall in rushing, the trade of leading running back Jay Ajayi to the Eagles was a curious one. Ajayi's 1,272 rushing yards last season is third all-time in the Dolphins' history book, and the move means Kenyan Drake's 94 yards rushing from scrimmage now lead the team.
Unless Drake or Damien Williams come out of nowhere in the second half of this season, Miami should be taking a long, hard look at Love.
When your quarterback leads the team in rushing, that can mean only two things: Your ground attack is awful, and you're going to get your quarterback killed eventually.
Can you imagine a healthy Aaron Rodgers with a weapon like Love in the backfield?
I'm sure NFC Central teams are hoping this isn't a reality in 2018.