would also add that we’re likely to see many more non-Hall of Famers score 20,000 points as pace increases again and players enter the league earlier. Antawn Jamison seems like a distinct long shot and, as I’ve mentioned before, Joe Johnson (closing in on 20,000) is no sure thing.
“In your old chats, we could occasionally draw a book suggestion out of you. So, in this new format, I plan to occasionally inquire similarly … any good book recommendations?” – Jonathan Dennis
Why has it been so long since the Philadelphia Eagles have been able to sustain constant NFL success? Among other reasons, the team’s seemingly constant trading away of its most talented players might have something to do with it.
Now Foreman says it’s up to this group of backs to do the same for running backs in the future.
“I still think with us coming into the NFL, we’ve still got to work hard and move it back to where it was at first, but I feel like he definitely started it,” Foreman said.
Foreman declared for the draft after finishing his junior season with 2,028 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns. He did that over just 11 games with the Longhorns in 2016. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock doesn’t have Foreman ranked in his top five running backs, but ESPN’s Todd McShay places Foreman at No. 5 in his rankings.
Former NFL running back Herschel Walker said he sees Elliott and Foreman as the types of players who can change the way teams view the position. Walker also said that’s the way teams win games.
There’s still a hot stove league, at least. There are still deals to sign and trades to make. Rosters are being finalized. It’s the perfect lack of baseball, which makes you appreciate baseball even more when it arrives. How can you appreciate the warmth without experiencing the cold first? It’s an exercise in contrasts, really.
Okay, fine, this is probably the worst baseball month, but no one is going to click on “March is the second-worst baseball month.”