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The Answer    1

Not that it matters, but you can check my math bitches.

DeAngelo Williams

Average Per Carry - 5.5

Yards - 1,229

Attemps - 224

Touchdowns - 14

Adrian Peterson

Average Per Carry - 4.9

Yards - 1,581

Attempts - 320

Touchdowns - 9

If you do the math, DWill has 96 less carries and when you multiply strictly his average to 96 extra carries, it adds 528 yards to his stats. Thus giving him 1,757 yards.

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Asup    0

do you mean

teal christ > purple jesus

just kidding we dont need the titans AND the vikings on our a$$ for biting their nicknames ...... allegedly

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joemac    1,514

Come on now guys....lets not get crazy here. Yes D-Will is a great, great back, but Peterson is a once in a generation type back.

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P-paw    21

Come on now guys....lets not get crazy here. Yes D-Will is a great, great back, but Peterson is a once in a generation type back.

Oh Jesus Christ.

:rolleyes:

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P-paw    21

here's a stat that i'd like to see...

0 threads about how williams shoulda, woulda, coulda.

And you.

What the F*ck?

This is a message board.

These type of things tend to go down.

If you dont like it you can leave.

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The Answer    1

Nosuchthing, it isn't anything about something Williams should have done, it is just an interesting stat I figured out, so if you don't like it, kindly gtfo my internets.

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Nosuchthing, it isn't anything about something Williams should have done, it is just an interesting stat I figured out, so if you don't like it, kindly gtfo my internets.

here's an interesting stat that you should have figured out...

this exact same topic comparing peterson and williams (stats included) has been posted and discussed probably half a dozen times in the past few days.

learn how to use your internets. search is your friend.

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Cyclonus    661

I'm not ready to make that leap yet. D-Will has shot up the ranks this year, no doubt. But I still don't think he's on Peterson's level. Peterson doesn't have a WR that teams have to account for. He sees eight men in the box on every play. Teams that play the Panthers MUST account for Steve Smith. That means D-Will sees less defenders in his face. He's done a great job taking advantage of his situation.

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