About a month ago, I wrote an article detailing how Peyton Hillis is the NFL's Chuck Norris.
I predicted his dominance against the New England Patriots. I called for his getting more carries than Jerome Harrison early in the season. I said he was the foundation the Browns should build on.
Now, everyone seems to be on his bandwagon, and rightfully so.
That being said, I'm going to take the Hillis discussion to the next level. I'm going to make the argument that he's the best running back in the entire NFL.
You're probably already asking, "How can a player who's 12th in the league in rushing yards be considered the best running back in the league?"
Well, let me try to answer that question...