Compared to the 2016 season, the Gass data for the 2017 season is not ideal, and knee injury is a relatively large factor. If you look at Gass' two seasons of video, you might even think that this is two different running backs. Some actions in the 2016 season have disappeared in the 2017 season. In fact, in the NFL level, many players are running in injury. At the same time, Gases' passionate way of Madden Coins punching makes him always seek fierce collisions, and he sometimes directly hits with a helmet when it is not necessary. These all cast a question mark on Gass's career sustainability.
Second, Gases's ability to catch the ball is a problem, which will prevent him from playing on the team's third attack. Due to the style of play of Louisiana State University, their running back often has no chance to show their ability to catch the ball: Fornette was once questioned, but he proved himself in the league. Geis? Still to be tested. Even if he proved his ability to catch the ball, his speed did not seem to be fast enough.