07/27/2013 01:00 pm ET

What Happens After 300 Carries? | National Football Post


In the ten years spanning from 2002-2011, there were 77 instances in which an NFL running back amassed 300 or more carries in a season. If we eliminate Ricky Williams’ 2003 campaign and Tiki Barber’s 2006 effort (both of whom retired the following season), we are left with a sample size of 75. And out of those 75 instances in which a running back recorded 300 or more carries in a season, 55 (73.3%) went on to score fewer fantasy points the following year (complete list located at the end of this article).

Read more on National Football Post