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    What Has Happened to the NFL's Running Game?



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    Re: What Has Happened to the NFL's Running Game?

    Interesting. I've alwYs said Rice seems to be better out of a single back set. But maybe wrong. The drop off in Leach being on the field along with Rice and Pierces numbers going down has to be connected. But were coming into December and with getting Pitta back maybe we'll get back to more of the I and offset formations were used to seeing.




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    Re: What Has Happened to the NFL's Running Game?

    Why run the ball when QB's and WR's are treated like fragile antique flower vases by the referees?




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    Re: What Has Happened to the NFL's Running Game?

    They're comparing the average for the first half of a season to the average of a full season. Later in the year as it gets cold and weather plays a factor, running should improve.
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    Re: What Has Happened to the NFL's Running Game?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenboy2003 View Post
    Why run the ball when QB's and WR's are treated like fragile antique flower vases by the referees?
    Between interference/holding/illegal contact on the D, the chance that the tackie of a receiver leads to a personal foul of some sort, and illegal hits to a passing QB, it pays to PASS




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    Re: What Has Happened to the NFL's Running Game?

    I believe it. Back on the late 90s and early 2000s you had to have 2 quality RBs to win fantasy football. Now I'm doing well with a stud QB, good WRs and guys like Joique Bell at RB.




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