1. Ranking the Running Game, Pt. 16: St. Louis Rams

    Part 16 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. There’s no denying the air of uncertainty hanging over the Rams’ organization this off-season after the team’s worst finish in its 13 seasons in St...

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  2. Ranking the Running Game Pt. 15: San Francisco 49ers

    Part 15 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise.The San Francisco 49ers struggled through one of the most forgettable seasons in franchise history...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about almost 7 years ago 1,249 reads 10 comments

  3. Ranking the Running Game, Part 14: Arizona Cardinals

    Part 14 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Arizona Cardinals managed to avoid a losing record for only the third time since moving to the desert from St...

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  4. Ranking the Running Games, Pt. 13: Seattle Seahawks

    Part 13 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Seattle Seahawks maintained their dominant status in the NFC West in 2007, winning its fourth straight ...

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  5. Ranking the Running Game, Part 12: Atlanta Falcons

    Part 12 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Atlanta Falcons had a disastrous and forgettable 2007. Team Owner Arthur Blank hired Bobby Petrino as head coach to take over for the fired Jim Mora...

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  6. Ranking the Running Game Part 11: New Orleans Saints

    Part 11 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The New Orleans Saints were tied for 2nd place in the NFC South division with a 7-9 record...

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  7. Ranking the Running Game Part 10: Carolina Panthers

    Part 10 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Carolina Panthers finished second in the division with a 7-9 record. The Panthers need to re-build their offensive line...

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  8. Ranking the Running Game Part Nine: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Part nine of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The NFC South division sent one team to the playoffs. Bucs’ coach Jon Gruden led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from worse-to-first with a 9-7 record winning the division..

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  9. Ranking the Running Games, Pt. 8: The Chicago Bears

    Part eight of a 32-part series that analyzes each NFL franchise's running back situation... The Chicago Bears had a dreadfully disappointing 2007 campaign, making the previous year’s Super Bowl berth just a very distant memory...

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  10. NFC North Ranking The Running Game Part Seven: Detroit Lions

    Part seven of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Detroit Lions had a 6-2 start that featured an explosive offense at times and a defense that at the very least turned in some competitive efforts...

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  11. NFC North Ranking, The Running Game Part Six: Minnesota Vikings

    Part six of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Minnesota Vikings finished second in the division with an 8-8 record...

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  12. Ranking the Running Game, Part Five: Green Bay Packers

    Part 5 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The NFC North division winner was the Green Bay Packers with a 13-3 record...

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  13. Ranking the Running Game, Part Four: Philadelphia Eagles

    Part 4 of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Philadelphia Eagles gained the 4th most yards in franchise history and finished 2007 with a Top-10 defense...

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  14. NFC East: Ranking the Running Game Part Three: Washington Redskins

    Analyzing the run game: Washington Redskins The Washington Redskins ended a difficult season with a miraculous run, improving from 5-7 to 9-7, and earning a Wild Card playoff berth...

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  15. Ranking the Running Backs, Part Two: Dallas Cowboys

    Part two of a 32-part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. The Dallas Cowboys won the NFC East with a 13-3 record and earned home-field advantage in the playoffs, ...

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  16. Ranking the Running Backs, Part One: New York Giants

    This is part one of a 32 part series, a running back position analysis of each franchise. While assessing this position for every team we’ll look at who’s been carrying the load ...

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  17. JaMarcus Russell: The Time is Now!

    Coming to the Oakland Raiders as the No. 1 overall draft choice in 2007, now is the time for QB JaMarcus Russell to step up and take control of the offense. He is huge—6’6” and 255 lbs...

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  18. Oakland Raiders: 2008 Season Preview and a Look at the Future

    The 2007 season started with a lot of hope and promise of a new day in Oakland, as Al Davis named Lane Kiffin the new head coach. That was last year’s story...

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  19. NCAA Tournament Sleeper: Mississippi State Bulldogs

    After a five year absence, the Mississippi State Bulldogs are back in the NCAA Tournament as the ultimate sleeper pick. They are coached by Rick Stansbury, who is in his 10th year at MSU, and is appearing in his fifth NCAA Tournament...

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  20. Buffalo Bills: The REAL State of the Franchise

    I’m still seething at both the NFL Network and Time Warner Cable for not being able to see the NFL Network on my cable system. This is after we did have it in my area for a while from the former cable provider Comcast...

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  21. Tennessee Titans: Is this the Year Vince Young Lands a few weapons?

    QB Vince Young, One of the great athletes in recent college football annals. In his third year now with the Titans but the question remains is this the year that Vince gets a few weapons to throw ...

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  22. Chicago Bears: RB Chris Brown Would Be a Good Fit

    Former Tennessee Titans Running Back Chris Brown tested the free agency waters last offseason and didn't find many takers or the money he was seeking and returned to the Titans...

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  23. Oakland Raiders: Change in Defensive Philosophy?

    Going into the 2007 season it was felt that the defense could carry the team until the offense was ready, a lot of things didn't work out as planned...

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  24. 2008 NFL Draft Prospects: Rush Linebackers

    These players are usually found in the Defensive End class of the upcoming draft. The optimum size for a Defensive End today is 6’5” 280 lbs...

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  25. After re-signing Tommy Kelly, Many Needs Still Remain for the Raiders

    When it comes to free agency in the NFL, this time of the year is highly anticipated and almost as big as the draft itself. A lot of us football fans can’t wait to hear that our team has brought in a big--name free agent...

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