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Has there ever been a hotter RB going into the playoffs? (1 Viewer)

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My non-ppr league has him at 20, 24, 20, 32, 31 with 10 TD's in the last 5 games. I didn't put any effort into looking into the achieves, but i gotta believe this ranks up there???

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Yes.

Tomlinson 2006 heading into week 15 was the following in his last 5 games:

W10: 39.8 (4 TDs)

W11: 41.9 (4 TDs)

W12: 29.4 (2 TDs)

W13: 31.2 (2 TDs)

W14: 29.2 (3 TDs)

 
Yes.Tomlinson 2006 heading into week 15 was the following in his last 5 games:W10: 39.8 (4 TDs)W11: 41.9 (4 TDs)W12: 29.4 (2 TDs)W13: 31.2 (2 TDs)W14: 29.2 (3 TDs)
Yep, I remember that season well. Especially when he crushed his owners for a second consecutive year with a sub-par Week 16 performance. :hophead: Take comfort DWill owners, that he is not LT.
 
Yes.Tomlinson 2006 heading into week 15 was the following in his last 5 games:W10: 39.8 (4 TDs)W11: 41.9 (4 TDs)W12: 29.4 (2 TDs)W13: 31.2 (2 TDs)W14: 29.2 (3 TDs)
Too lazy to look up the numbers, but I recall LJ in 2005 after he took over Priest Holmes (last 9 games or so) was pretty damn good also.
 
Portis in his rookie season had a pretty good run:

week 11 136 rushing 52 receiving 0 TD's

week 12 88 rushing 2TD's

week 13 159 rushing 34 rec. 2 TD's

week 14 103 rushing 22 rec 0 TD's

week 15 130 rushing 75 rec 4 TD's

week 16 52 rushing 5 rec 1 TD

week 17 228 rushing 18 rec 2TD's

But now that I look at it, LJ's run was better as a whole...

 
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Yes.Tomlinson 2006 heading into week 15 was the following in his last 5 games:W10: 39.8 (4 TDs)W11: 41.9 (4 TDs)W12: 29.4 (2 TDs)W13: 31.2 (2 TDs)W14: 29.2 (3 TDs)
Too lazy to look up the numbers, but I recall LJ in 2005 after he took over Priest Holmes (last 9 games or so) was pretty damn good also.
Yeah, LJ in 2005 was probably the hottest RB going into the playoffs I can remember. Weeks 9-15= 1,019 rushing, 207 receiving, and 12 TD's (if I calculated all that correctly)
 
Yes.Tomlinson 2006 heading into week 15 was the following in his last 5 games:W10: 39.8 (4 TDs)W11: 41.9 (4 TDs)W12: 29.4 (2 TDs)W13: 31.2 (2 TDs)W14: 29.2 (3 TDs)
Too lazy to look up the numbers, but I recall LJ in 2005 after he took over Priest Holmes (last 9 games or so) was pretty damn good also.
Yeah, LJ in 2005 was probably the hottest RB going into the playoffs I can remember. Weeks 9-15= 1,019 rushing, 207 receiving, and 12 TD's (if I calculated all that correctly)
Guess I should have gone through week 14. Weeks 9-14 = 852 rushing, 190 receiving, 10TD's. That's average 142 rushing/31 receiving/1.67 TD's a game...not too shabby
 
I want to thank D-Will for making Defenses key on the run from now on freeing up my WR Steve Smith for big games.

 
D-Willy is splitting time as well.

I am in three league, one D-Willy owner did not make the playoffs and the other two lost this week.

 
I just doubled my first round playoff opponent's score this week, and D-Will has been sitting on my bench for the last several weeks. :goodposting:

 
Oh, how quickly we forget. Williams is having a great run, but since 2002 (as far back as the Data Dominator goes), it's only the fifth-best season from weeks 10-14, behind LT's 2006 (655 yards, 15 TD), LJ's 2005 (887 yards, 8 TD), Priest's 2002 (799 yards, 9 TD), and Ricky Williams' 2002 (824 yards, 8 TD). Three of those are among the best RB seasons ever, but Ricky's season wasn't that amazing; I doubt D-Will's numbers are in the top 10 all time from weeks 10-14.

 
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Oh, how quickly we forget. Williams is having a great run, but since 2002 (as far back as the Data Dominator goes), it's only the fifth-best season from weeks 10-14, behind LT's 2006 (655 yards, 15 TD), LJ's 2005 (887 yards, 8 TD), Priest's 2002 (799 yards, 9 TD), and Ricky Williams' 2002 (824 yards, 8 TD). Three of those are among the best RB seasons ever, but Ricky's season wasn't that amazing; I doubt D-Will's numbers are in the top 10 all time from weeks 10-14.
DWill is in the top 1 all-time for a RB in a pure RBBC
 

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