Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout

Episode 1: What happens after 390 or more carries in a season? (Part 1)

February 05, 2021 Season 1 Episode 1
Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout
Episode 1: What happens after 390 or more carries in a season? (Part 1)
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Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout
Episode 1: What happens after 390 or more carries in a season? (Part 1)
Feb 05, 2021 Season 1 Episode 1
In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Brad Steiner (@bradstinks) discuss the running backs with the most carries in an NFL regular season. Part 1 looks at:

Barry Foster with 390 carries in 1992 for the Steelers.
Eric Dickerson with 390 carries in 1983 for the Rams.
Ricky Williams with 392 carries in 2003 for the Dolphins.
DeMarco Murray with 392 carries in 2014 for the Cowboys.
Terrell Davis with 392 carries in 1998 for the Broncos.

What happened to these running backs the following season and for the rest of their careers? Dan and Brad also talk about fantasy football, Mike Shanahan, and the best running backs of all time.

Part 2 will look at Gerald Riggs, Eddie George, Eric Dickerson (again), James Wilder, Jamal Anderson, and Larry Johnson.

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Show Notes
In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Brad Steiner (@bradstinks) discuss the running backs with the most carries in an NFL regular season. Part 1 looks at:

Barry Foster with 390 carries in 1992 for the Steelers.
Eric Dickerson with 390 carries in 1983 for the Rams.
Ricky Williams with 392 carries in 2003 for the Dolphins.
DeMarco Murray with 392 carries in 2014 for the Cowboys.
Terrell Davis with 392 carries in 1998 for the Broncos.

What happened to these running backs the following season and for the rest of their careers? Dan and Brad also talk about fantasy football, Mike Shanahan, and the best running backs of all time.

Part 2 will look at Gerald Riggs, Eddie George, Eric Dickerson (again), James Wilder, Jamal Anderson, and Larry Johnson.

hundredyardhistory.com
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Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research