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McCaffrey is 274 receiving yards away from becoming the first RB since Faulk to record an 1,000/1,000 season!

 

Gonna be difficult and I'm not expecting him to do it.  It's possible though.  We're passing the ball more because our defense sucks, so he's averaged 12 targets and 82 receiving yards in the last 4 games.  That average would get him 246 receiving yards in the next 3 games, so he's gonna have to up it even more.  

FWIW, Faulk was at only 720 receiving yards after Week 13 (CMac has 726).  However in Week 16, Faulk had a MONSTER performance... 10 carries, 54 rushing yards, 12 receptions, 204 receiving yards.  

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7 minutes ago, iknowcool said:

McCaffrey is 274 receiving yards away from becoming the first RB since Faulk to record an 1,000/1,000 season!

 

Gonna be difficult and I'm not expecting him to do it.  It's possible though.  We're passing the ball more because our defense sucks, so he's averaged 12 targets and 82 receiving yards in the last 4 games.  That average would get him 246 receiving yards in the next 3 games, so he's gonna have to up it even more.  

FWIW, Faulk was at only 720 receiving yards after Week 13 (CMac has 726).  However in Week 16, Faulk had a MONSTER performance... 10 carries, 54 rushing yards, 12 receptions, 204 receiving yards.  

Incoming 20 shovel passes and jet sweeps a game for CMC. Not like they're playing for anything else, get that man his records. 

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56 minutes ago, TVScout said:

Cowboys lead the League in missed tackles:

 

What happened to Leighton Vander Esch, I thought he was supposed to the next big time LB?

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27 minutes ago, berlin calling said:

bow down, big things are on the horizon for this fine young man.

He has a legit chance to lead the league in yards (he's seven behind Dak for first place), TDs (he's two behind Jackson for first place), and INTs (Baker's seven behind him for second most).

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2 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

'The Patriots had a great draft'

 

I really like AJ Brown..  he's a monster for the Titans they finally found a #1 receiver.  I believe he will be the best out of this class

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2 hours ago, goldfishwars said:

'The Patriots had a great draft'

 

I get you don't like Harry and I'm not huge on him either but silly post, can't help injuries.

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4 hours ago, berlin calling said:

prove he is indeed the second coming:

bow down, big things are on the horizon for this fine young man.

 

 

Its all context.

Peyton went 23-9 in the 2 years before '01

  • 59 TDs and 30 picks in those years
  • He led the league in TDs and yards in 2000 and went to the Pro Bowl
  • He had 7 game winning drives in 1999.

Lick a W went 6-16 in the 2 years before '19

  • 38 TDs and 25 picks in those years.

And most importantly... the league average passer rating in 2001 was 78.1 this year it is 91.2

 

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6 hours ago, TVScout said:

Cowboys lead the League in missed tackles:

 

Dang Riggins, Idaho.  Vander Esch needs to channel that 8 on 8 HS football power.

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5 hours ago, tyler735 said:

What happened to Leighton Vander Esch, I thought he was supposed to the next big time LB?

The Cowboys forum was trying to get Smith trades for a bag of chips. Vanderbilt Esch with his plethora of missed tackles is apparently the lesser of two evils. 

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5 hours ago, tyler735 said:

What happened to Leighton Vander Esch, I thought he was supposed to the next big time LB?

The Cowboys forum was trying to get Smith trades for a bag of chips. Vanderbilt Esch with his plethora of missed tackles is apparently the lesser of two evils. 

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