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Running Back Production from One Year to Another:

Larry Johnson

2005-2006 (17 games)

1821yards/429carries = 4.2 yds/carry

2006-2007 (8 games)

559/158 = 3.5

Shaun Alexander

2004-2005 (18 games)

2116/430 = 4.9

2005-2006 (10 games)

896/252 = 3.6

Edgerrin James

2000-2001 (17 games)

1816/408 = 4.5

2001-2002 (6 games)

662/151 = 4.4

Jamal Anderson

1998-1999 (17 games)

2122/480 = 4.4

1999-2000 (2 games)

59/19 = 3.2

Michael Turner

2008-2009 (17 games)

1741/395 = 4.4

2009-2010 (3 games?)

226?/65? = 3.5?

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Running Back Production from One Year to Another:

Larry Johnson

2005-2006 (17 games)

1821yards/429carries = 4.2 yds/carry

2006-2007 (8 games)

559/158 = 3.5

Shaun Alexander

2004-2005 (18 games)

2116/430 = 4.9

2005-2006 (10 games)

896/252 = 3.6

Edgerrin James

2000-2001 (17 games)

1816/408 = 4.5

2001-2002 (6 games)

662/151 = 4.4

Jamal Anderson

1998-1999 (17 games)

2122/480 = 4.4

1999-2000 (2 games)

59/19 = 3.2

Michael Turner

2008-2009 (17 games)

1741/395 = 4.4

2009-2010 (3 games?)

56?/15? = 3.5?

So you're saying Turner has had 15 carries for a total of 56 yards in 3 games so far this year?

Well if this isn't a candidate for the stupidest, no thought/research put into it troll thread I've seen so far this year, then I don't know what is.:wacko:

I think you "burned out" all your brain cells coming up with that witty name. Ooh boy, that's a good one, sparky!

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9 RBs lead the league in rushing in consecutive years, 4 lead the league 3 years straight, and Jim Brown had the title 5 yers in a row, followed by another 3 consecutive years.

Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League:

5 Jim Brown, Cleveland, 1957-1961

3 Steve Van Buren, Philadelphia, 1947-49

Jim Brown, Cleveland, 1963-65

Earl Campbell, Houston, 1978-1980

Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 1991-93

2 Bill Paschal, N.Y. Giants, 1943-44

Joe Perry, San Francisco, 1953-54

Jim Nance, Boston, 1966-67

Leroy Kelly, Cleveland, 1967-68

O.J. Simpson, Buffalo, 1972-73; 1975-76

Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams, 1983-84

Barry Sanders, Detroit, 1996-97

Edgerrin James, Indianapolis, 1999-2000

LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego, 2006-07

http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/indiv/rushing

What else you got?

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9 RBs lead the league in rushing in consecutive years, 4 lead the league 3 years straight, and Jim Brown had the title 5 yers in a row, followed by another 3 consecutive years.

Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League:

5 Jim Brown, Cleveland, 1957-1961

3 Steve Van Buren, Philadelphia, 1947-49

Jim Brown, Cleveland, 1963-65

Earl Campbell, Houston, 1978-1980

Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 1991-93

2 Bill Paschal, N.Y. Giants, 1943-44

Joe Perry, San Francisco, 1953-54

Jim Nance, Boston, 1966-67

Leroy Kelly, Cleveland, 1967-68

O.J. Simpson, Buffalo, 1972-73; 1975-76

Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams, 1983-84

Barry Sanders, Detroit, 1996-97

Edgerrin James, Indianapolis, 1999-2000

LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego, 2006-07

http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/indiv/rushing

What else you got?

Look at the dates, there is only one current / present era dte listed. Turner has been used up. We have to find another back to take half the load.

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9 RBs lead the league in rushing in consecutive years, 4 lead the league 3 years straight, and Jim Brown had the title 5 yers in a row, followed by another 3 consecutive years.

Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League:

5 Jim Brown, Cleveland, 1957-1961

3 Steve Van Buren, Philadelphia, 1947-49

Jim Brown, Cleveland, 1963-65

Earl Campbell, Houston, 1978-1980

Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 1991-93

2 Bill Paschal, N.Y. Giants, 1943-44

Joe Perry, San Francisco, 1953-54

Jim Nance, Boston, 1966-67

Leroy Kelly, Cleveland, 1967-68

O.J. Simpson, Buffalo, 1972-73; 1975-76

Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams, 1983-84

Barry Sanders, Detroit, 1996-97

Edgerrin James, Indianapolis, 1999-2000

LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego, 2006-07

http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/indiv/rushing

What else you got?

Give me the number of carries they had and we can talk.

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The late 90's are "current" enough?

And Turner is "used up" after one season as the main guy?

No the late 90's are not current enough. ERA = 10yrs. Yes he has been used up. He needs to be rested twice as much this year. Towards the end of the season he will be useless if not rested properly.

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No the late 90's are not current enough. ERA = 10yrs. Yes he has been used up. He needs to be rested twice as much this year. Towards the end of the season he will be useless if not rested properly.

A decade is 10 years.

And era is a lot longer than that - "The modern era".

Turner is "used up" is your opinion, and I disagree with that completely.

bThis is stupid.....

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No the late 90's are not current enough. ERA = 10yrs. Yes he has been used up. He needs to be rested twice as much this year. Towards the end of the season he will be useless if not rested properly.

I guess baseball should be celebrating. The steroid era is over. Afterall, an era is only 10 years, and here I thought that was a decade, not an era. Silly me.

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of course shaun alexander ypg goes down, you lose a pro-bowl LG named steve hutchinson then it makes sense. u ever watch how well the vikings run?

forget larry johnson, you ever saw how solid priest holmes ran? that oline is O-L-D. you can probably combine their time in NFL and it equals some teams. there pro-bowl LT was replaced and they had a vet C who knew how to play.

turner is doing fine. we just need our oline to show up in the ground game

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Running Back Production from One Year to Another:

Larry Johnson

2005-2006 (17 games)

1821yards/429carries = 4.2 yds/carry

2006-2007 (8 games)

559/158 = 3.5

Shaun Alexander

2004-2005 (18 games)

2116/430 = 4.9

2005-2006 (10 games)

896/252 = 3.6

Edgerrin James

2000-2001 (17 games)

1816/408 = 4.5

2001-2002 (6 games)

662/151 = 4.4

Jamal Anderson

1998-1999 (17 games)

2122/480 = 4.4

1999-2000 (2 games)

59/19 = 3.2

Michael Turner

2008-2009 (17 games)

1741/395 = 4.4

2009-2010 (3 games?)

56?/15? = 3.5?

Just wow! You show an amazing amount of insight with just three posts. I anxiously await your further copy and paste assessments of RB statistics. However, if you restrict your observations to 2009 season players, your post would carry more weight.

Thanks for the stat that Michael Turner had the fewest carries in your examples. So, I guess we have nothing to worry about.

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So you're saying Turner has had 15 carries for a total of 56 yards in 3 games so far this year?

Well if this isn't a candidate for the stupidest, no thought/research put into it troll thread I've seen so far this year, then I don't know what is.:wacko:

I think you "burned out" all your brain cells coming up with that witty name. Ooh boy, that's a good one, sparky!

My mistake, I fixed that. Either way, Turner still has a decline in production.

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