[quote user="JPizzack"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="JPizzack"]
Based on this year's performance, Bradshaw will end the season with a projected 717 yards.
Last year, Chris Ivory of New Orleans, and Brandon Jackson, then of GB had similar numbers. lolwho?
Even if he was not injured all of November, AB may not have even cracked 900 yards based on his average numbers.
That would make him the equivalent of Thomas Jones' numbers in KC last year. Did anyone talk about Thomas Jones last year? No? k just checkin'</p>
very underwhelming....but you guys are fellow fans, think what you want, I'm fine with it.
last yeat 17 RBs had over 1000 yards. And that's the minimum benchmark nowadays...
this year, we'd be lucky to combine our RB</p>
production for that.
also in an off year where he was injured, had he played all 16 with what he was doing he would of been just under a 1000, with 10 TDs and another 500 yards receiving on 50 receptions... So in all honesty only 200 total yards less
its pathetic ur still trying to make this argument
i already accounted for the injury.</p>
our run game: guilty till proven innocent.</p>[/quote]
soooo to say he was on pace for something with missing 4.5 games is a bit misleading when your trying to make a point about a person effectiveness wouldn't you say?