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Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman LaDainian Tomlinson Womens Jersey said the duo of Tevin Coleman and himself constitute the best one-two tandem in the league after combining for almost 1,600 yards rushing in 2016. But the division now boasts some new talented backs, including one-time NFL MVP Adrian Peterson now in New Orleans and rookie Christian McCaffrey in Carolina. Which one-two combo http://www.officialnikechargershop.com/ … -c-23.html
will gain the most rushing yards by season's end? David Newton, Carolina Panthers reporter: It’s hard to pick against Freeman and Coleman, who helped the Falcons finish fifth in the NFL with 120.5 yards rushing a game last season. But I will. While the Panthers are more committed than ever to running the ball, they are striving to lessen Cam Newton's load as a rusher. He always will be a threat to run, however, and teams will have to respect that. With McCaffrey and Jonathan Stewart, Carolina could resurrect the "Double Marshall Newhouse Womens Jersey Trouble" days of Stewart and DeAngelo Williams. Remember, in 2009 they became the first set of NFL backs on the same team to rush for more than 1,100 yards apiece. The Panthers weren’t that far behind the Falcons a year ago, ranking 10th in the league with 113.4 rushing yards a game. Their rushers accomplished this behind an offensive line that was decimated with injuries. With improvements to the line and the addition of McCaffrey, this Carolina unit has a good chance to return to its 2015 form, when it finished second in the NFL with 142.6 yards a game. If you http://www.authenticnikegiantshop.com/M … aro-Jersey  noticed, I didn’t mention New Orleans at all in this response. I just can’t see the Saints becoming a running team with Drew Brees at quarterback. Plus, they’ll be playing catch up a lot. Jenna Laine, Tampa Bay Buccaneers reporter: As far as the division goes, it's probably correct from a pure rushing standpoint to think the Falcons will lead the way, although I wouldn’t sleep on Mark Ingram and Peterson. Doug Martin's three-game suspension to start the season will hurt his and Jacquizz Rodgers' chances in Tampa. In Carolina, I’d expect they’ll use McCaffrey as more than just a traditional back -- he should catch a lot of passes because he works so well in space. Although McCaffrey and Stewart may produce more total yards from scrimmage, I think Freeman and Coleman have the best shot at topping the division in terms of pure rushing yards. Mike Triplett, New Orleans Saints reporter: The better barometer would probably be total yards from scrimmage, since the Saints and Falcons are both so good at using their running backs in the passing game, while Carolina appears set to copy that model this season. Either way, though, I’ll give the slight edge to Freeman and Coleman. We have seen how dynamic that Authentic Tyler Boyd Youth Jersey duo has been during the last two years -- they are one of the biggest reasons Atlanta made it to the Super Bowl. And they’re still just 25 and 24 years old, which is a frightening thought for the rest of the division. Aaron Rodgers has changed his diet to maximize his longevity, and Packers coach Mike McCarthy believes his quarterback can play into his 40s. But how long can the 33-year-old maintain the level he was at last season, when he contended for another MVP award? ESPN's NFC North reporters weigh in. Jeff Dickerson, ESPN’s Chicago Bears reporter: Six or seven years at least. Rodgers turns 34 next season, but remember, he spent his first three years behind Brett Favre. Rodgers is technically entering his 13th NFL season, but he has fewer miles on his body. Last year, Rodgers passed for 4,428 yards, 40 touchdowns and 7 interceptions in the regular season. In the playoffs, Rodgers threw nine touchdown passes. Translation: There has been zero drop-off in his performance. As long as Green Bay’s pass-protection holds up, Rodgers can http://www.bengalsshopfootball.com/beng … rey+jersey play at an elite level well into his 40s -- if he wants to stick around that long. Ben Goessling, ESPN’s Minnesota Vikings reporter: Rodgers has talked about Tom Brady as a role model for how to take care of himself in his mid-to-late 30s, and he has emulated some of Brady's dietary habits now that he's closer to 35 than to 30. If he's able to avoid major injuries, there's no reason to think he can't play at the same level at age 38 or 39 that Brady has. Rodgers' mobility is such a big part of his game that it will be interesting to see how he adapts if and when he's not able to extend plays and outrun defenders the way he does now. But his arm strength and intellect might be the best of any quarterback in the game, and those qualities will serve Rodgers well into his late 30s. If he chooses to follow Brady's path, he can. Now, the question is, while Brady has five rings, can Rodgers get more than one?

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