Originally Posted by Fiddy
Flawedout, you gave DD credit for the yards he got in games he didnt start so instead of dividing 860(that yards DD got when he started the game) by 10 you divided his total yards divided by 10 so it inflates his per game average...
this is true because i didnt feel like taking the time to look up his numbers in starts alone. take in count that he broke his hand and missed a good deal of preseason, plus being a rookie, and "only going to be a 3rd down back" he really proved that he can put up great numbers. i really think some of his 100 yd games will turn into 150+.... 200yds games, with the new schemes on offense plus a dangerous WR core, DD should have no problem gaining 1700+ yds, teams defensive coaches should lose sleep over our offense this yr.