Reason No. 3: Gibbs can score on any touch for the Lions
It doesn’t matter if it is a toss out wide, a run between the tackle, a swing pass, or a deep wheel route; if Gibbs is on the field, there is a realistic chance to score on any snap. His 25 runs of 10+ yards highlight his big-play ability, while the 38 forced missed tackles showcase his ankle-snatching moves.
I watched every snap Gibbs took at Alabama, and I can count on one hand the number of times a defender wrapped him up in space. His jukes and spin moves are deadly. The young ball carrier boasts a one-cut running style that should translate to the NFL quickly, especially when he catches passes out wide.