This is a list of five important facts and statistical oddities that occurred last season or over the last couple of seasons that are important to know when drafting your team in the upcoming weeks. You can choose to use this information however you please. Also, feel free to leave comments.
Last season, Jamaal Charles became the only player in NFL history to rush for over 1,110 yards on fewer than 200 carries. That gave him an average of 5.9 yards per carry in 2009.
At 97.2, Aaron Rodgers currently has the highest career QB Rating in NFL history. His 1.8 percent interception percentage also ranks first in NFL history.
Boldin's 79.2 receiving yards per game ranks first all time. Andre Johnson is second at 77.9 per game.
Chris Johnson's 2,509 yards from scrimmage last season was the most in NFL history.
Jackson's 2,516 all-purpose yards (which includes return yards) in 2009 ranks fourth all time. Josh Cribbs' 2,510 in 2009 is fifth all time.