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PFF50: The 50 best players in the NFL right now | NFL News, Rankings and Statistics | PFF

Last season was an injury bust, but McCaffrey is still arguably the most complete running back in the NFL today. He is an elite receiver, but he has also carried a full workload from the backfield, unlike other elite receiving options like Alvin Kamara or Austin Ekeler. McCaffrey has dropped just nine of the 388 targets sent his way in the NFL (2.7% of catchable targets) and averaged 2.6 yards after contact per carry. With an improved scheme and talent group around him, the Panthers' fanbase can rightly hope for a big bounce-back season from their star back.

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These rankings are based almost entirely on winning and losing. That's what people remember is if you win not how many yards you put up. How is this a foreign concept after ten years of Cam Newton? Do better in the division and finish games and they will be listed higher.

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33 minutes ago, rayzor said:

Healthy he's a top 5.

Eh....IDK about that. Top 5 in the NFL, offense and defense.....that's a pretty tall order. IMO, he should be safely top 15-20. 

I feel like mixing all NFL players versus splitting the offensive and defensive players makes ranking them tougher, as well. 

CMC is clearly a top 10 offensive player in the NFL, IMO.

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Here are his highlights from 2019 (the 1k +1k year). If he can come back close to that level this year and stay healthy it will make all the difference for our offense---He and DJ and the rest were working with mostly Kyle Allen back then.

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27 minutes ago, Michael G said:

 

Here are his highlights from 2019 (the 1k +1k year). If he can come back close to that level this year and stay healthy it will make all the difference for our offense---He and DJ and the rest were working with mostly Kyle Allen back then.

He had an insane amount of snaps that year we based our whole offense around him. He had 1039 snaps and 403 physical touches and we won a whopping 5 games. There is this wild concept in football called versatility that coaches of winning teams tend to emphasize. I imagine Matt Rhule has this in mind.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/car/2019-snap-counts.htm

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When performing his best there is not 1 single non-QB that has more influence on a game.

None.  Not 1.

30th?  Only if 1/29 are the starting QBs of every team.  And yes he probably beats out 2 or more QBs.

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