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Elmagister wrote:
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He also lead the league in passing yards... 5,109

His team won 7 games.


Got me all the way to the FF Finals though :thumbright:
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Elmagister wrote:


This is actually shocking....
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VERY high correlation to Passer Rating and Playoffs...
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In the last 48 years, only two coaches have had back to back winning seasons for the Detroit Lions

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I think we all forget how tough it must be to be a Lions fan. And to think these stats include the Lions when they had the best RB of all time on their team too.

Hang in there GDMK.
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Jcb890 wrote:I think we all forget how tough it must be to be a Lions fan. And to think these stats include the Lions when they had the best RB of all time on their team too.

Hang in there GDMK.


And the Colts had 2 HoF QBs
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Packers with 6 ties!
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We're number 2! :party-smiley-050:

Finally, a positive from the lost seasons.
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ESPN's Mike Clay reports 14 running backs played all 32 regular season games from the start of the 2019 NFL season to the end of the 2020 season.

Here's the thing: None of the 14 backs are starters. It's a remarkable stat demonstrating the attrition rate among those playing football's most brutal position. The 14 running backs were Peyton Barber, Gus Edwards, Nyheim Hines, Ameer Abdullah, D'Ernest Johnson, Devontae Booker, Royce Freeman, Dion Lewis, Mike Boone, Giovani Bernard, Alex Armah, J.D. McKissic, Alec Ingold, and Keith Smith, per Clay. 2020 saw top-tier running backs demolished by injury: Saquon Barkley tore his ACL and missed 14 games; Christian McCaffrey was out 13 games with various ailments; Joe Mixon's foot injury cost him 10 games; Austin Ekeler hurt his hamstring and was out for six weeks; and Chris Carson and Miles Sanders each missed four games. Meanwhile, 20 wide receivers played all 32 games from 2019 to 2020, including Amari Cooper, Robby Anderson, Allen Robinson, DK Metcalf, and Tyler Lockett. The league expanding to a 17-game regular season makes it even more unlikely running backs -- and anyone else in the NFL -- can get through an entire year unscathed.
Source: Mike Clay on Twitter
Apr 5, 2021, 11:31 AM ET


Hmm. Maybe zero RB... IS teh whey?
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