"Coming off a 160-yard performance, it's not going to be hard to get anybody's attention as far as his ability," Green Bay Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji said, via the Press-Gazette. "He just runs with an attitude. He reminds me a lot of Hyde and Adrian and Marshawn. It's hard to explain, but they run with an attitude and they're looking to finish. Some running backs are more agile than others and looking to make you miss, but these guys do both."
Gurley was slowed in the first half last week, but burst out in the second, gashing the Arizona Cardinals for runs of 20, 23, 30 and 52 yards. When he gets in space, the rookie runner can blow by defenders with subtle moves like Peterson or plow them over a la Lynch.
Now it's Gurley's turn to try.