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104. Eating pickles and rice cakes with my best friend on a very special rock on the beach
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305. “What do we exist for if not to make life less difficult for each other” – George Eliot
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346. When my puppy sleeps in my bed and gets as close as he can
353. At the moment when the lights go out at the end of the APT presentation and darkness for a
510. You take your girlfriend to a show you like and she is just as impressed as she is
702. Kissing the dog on the mouth while feeling his wet nose on you
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709. The story told tonight is the story I have lived for the past year – I made my list
740. When you finish a pencil sketch and go back to pen, erase it.
746. When you’ve had your TV for a year and realize you’ve never opened the screen protector.
755. Not 7 or 17, but 7 months old, I don’t know when I should be
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798. When you meet someone for the first time and you know you’re in love – &
838. I met him. I love him. I asked her to marry me (she said yes). Almost 40 years later she is still with me. Postscript Tomorrow is her 29th birthday (again).
848. Moonlight on water – the way it reflects the waves back at you in a straight line
966. View of the Capitol at night as I walk down John Nolan Avenue to the Inauguration.
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1014. I called to my new puppy “Come on boy!” My two-year-old grandson said to me: I am
1229. The feeling of comfort after a long day or a warm blanket by the fire on a rainy day.
1252. When my cat lays on my chest and crawls into her little cage to touch my cheek
1260. Learn from Ancestry.com that you and your friend Madison share the same 9th great grandfather who was the founder of Nantucket Island!
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1291. How does the joy in the cat’s eyes match the joy in my heart when he comes home.
1301. Find your campsite (and your kids) after hiking through the desert mountains all night.
1495. When you take your kid out for dinner and a show and he tells you… he likes Answer Man Series 9 Volume 2 (Episode 2) Buc fans within the current three episodes of man with a trio. Questions about backstabbing, contractual incentives and so-called unfair practices
In case you missed it, I started this three-part column last week, and in celebration of my new logo, I made an excuse to spread it out for two weeks. I also checked the League of Superheroes copyright and it says I don’t need to do a long intro for the second or third part of each three-part column, so let’s get straight to your questions.
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Answer, I saw you comparing players in the past after the Buccaneers had a good season or good year or whatever… sort of a prediction of what we can expect next. Like an under 25 quarterback with 3,000 yards or something……can’t remember exactly what it was. However, you can do something similar with Doug Martin. You can decide how you want to do it, but tell us what a running back like Doug did after their big rookie season. Thank you! body
Regarding the past research you’re talking about – maybe it’s from 2011 comparing second-year quarterbacks who had seasons with better TD/INT ratios – but I think I’m getting the gist of it. And yes, I love making lists like this, so I’m happy to include this one in my list.
I think there are many ways we can adjust the parameters. We can look at the best returning seasons in terms of yards from scrimmage, or we can limit it to just rushing yards. As you may have heard, Martin’s 1,926 combined rushing and receiving yards last year represented the third-highest total by a rookie in NFL history. It was his most impressive stat, but he also posted the ninth-highest total by a rookie. The fact that fellow 2012 Rookie of the Year Alfred Morris is third on that list with 1,613 rushing yards helps explain why there was so much emphasis on the best stat for Martin, but his 1,454 yards on the ground still falls short in the eye. It was interesting.
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For the purposes of this analysis, I think I’m going to shock you and go with rushing yards instead of total yards from scrimmage, even though the second number more accurately describes the impact Martin has had on the rookie campaign. That’s probably why Martin was selected to the Pro Bowl over Morris, although it’s a good bet that both tackles will make several trips to Hawaii in the next few years (assuming the Pro Bowl continues and is held in Honolulu, neither of which which is not entirely certain.). However, I digress.
If you look at the 250th single-season total in NFL history, that drops you to 1,235 yards (Ahmed Bradshaw in 2010). Just to set this straight, let’s start our criteria at 1,200 rushing yards. Of the 293 chapters on the list, 24 were submitted fraudulently. Here’s the entire team, in descending order of their final total:
Jeff, I think you want to know what Martin’s amazing rookie season says about his future in the NFL, using comparative rookie seasons to help us make predictions. I’ll break down the numbers in a second, but first take a moment to drink from this list. This is interesting. Sure, there are a few surprises (Steve Selton and Ruben Mays in particular), but it’s mostly a collection of absolute superstars at the return position. Dickerson, James, Martin, Sanders, Campbell, Bettis, George, Patterson, Polk, Tomlinson…Wow! I just removed this team without Portis, Rodgers, Warner, Armstrong, Lewis, Sims, Forte, Johnson or Taylor, who were also very good. That seems like a very high ceiling, and a very low percentage, for a running back who has had 1,200-yard rookie seasons.
Now for the specific numbers. Let’s look at each of these 24 players in terms of what they did in their second season in the NFL, what their final career total was, how many seasons they played and the length of their time in the league. What was the average for the season? Of course I’ve left Martin and Morris off the list, and you can just change all the above verb tenses to the present tense for those still playing, like Johnson and Forte. I’ve marked all the linebackers in the league (at least in 2012) with an asterisk by their names.
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Again, these are extremely encouraging numbers. You can guess that most of the low numbers you see in the first column of statistics are due to injuries. For example, Kurt Warner was only able to play one game in his second season due to a torn ACL, but returned to 1,000 in three of the next four seasons. George Rogers also bounced back from his short sophomore campaign to post three more 1,000-yard efforts. Slayton also had some injury issues in his sophomore year, but his decline continued. Fred Taylor has had various injury problems throughout his career, but still has very good numbers.
Even with those issues, the 22 players on the roster combined for an average of 1,222 yards in their sophomore seasons, which is easily the best as a group. Nine of those players even put up better numbers in their second year, which may be the most notable improvement for Martin. These nine players make up most of the true superstars on the roster: Dickerson, James, Portis, Campbell, George, Patterson, Sims, Tomlinson, Johnson. I don’t know if every name on this list fits into this lofty category, but it’s close.
All the averages at the bottom of the second table are actually much more impressive than they might seem at first glance. Get that 1,064 yards for the season. That may seem a little low, but remember that almost all players end their careers with several down seasons. Do you know how many individual players averaged 1,064 yards or more per season in their careers (at least