Former running back LeGarrette Blount has seen it all. He's played for last-place teams with poor quarterback play, including the 4-12 2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers led by Josh Freeman. He's played for first-place teams with outstanding quarterback play, including the 2016 Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots, a team for which he recorded a league-high 18 rushing touchdowns. He's fallen flat in big games, like that aforementioned Super Bowl in which he churned out just 31 yards on 11 carries and lost a fumble. And he's come up huge on that same stage, rumbling for 90 yards a touchdown in next year's Super Bowl for the Eagles.
He's seen it all, and he's thrived in (mostly) all of those different environments. But that doesn't mean he can't see the difference between them, and though his production may have been a constant from team to team, his overall experiences differed greatly.