Reason 2: Guice and Collins would be an amazing combination:
A one-two punch has never been a bad thing to have at the running back position. I know that Collins flashed superstar potential but Guice may end up being better than him. Guice is a lightning bolt on the football field. He’s not one of those running backs who wastes time getting to the hole. Guice and Collins actually play with an incredibly similar style. Instead of being a change of pace, pairing Guice with Collins would never give the opposing defense a break.
Guice was an insanely productive player for LSU. He rushed for over 1,000 yards two years in a row. In 2015 he played second fiddle to another first round talent, Leonard Fournette. He only had 436 yards that season but he averaged over eight yards per carry. When Fournette went on to be a stud with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Guice took over.
Guice is a home run hitter. He can go the distance every single time he touches the football. He has a history of having some big time games. This past season, he put up 276 rushing yards on Ole’ Miss. Guess what? He did it with just 22 carries. In 2016 he had 252 yards against Arkansas and 285 yards against Texas A&M. Why are the Ravens even considering Guice? Well, it’s because he can take over a game. The Ravens could have two running backs that would be very hard to stop.