Found July 05, 2013 on PPR Fantasy Football:
When looking at any offense across the NFL, four variables have a very high correlation to whether a team wins or loses: turnovers, first down efficiency, red zone efficiency and explosive plays. While it’s tough to project out how the New York Jets will fare in the first three categories, it’s clear that the team has much more potential for explosive plays this season. Adding Chris Ivory and Mike Goodson to the backfield makes the Jets much more dangerous play in and play out. Explosive plays don’t have to lead to points to have an impact on the game. Gaining chunks of yardage in one shot changes field position, which becomes especially important for a team that expects to lean heavily on its defense once again this season. Shonn Greene did grind out some tough yards and plodded his way to another 1,000-yard rushing season last year, but he wasn’t a constant threat to rip off a 40-yard run.With Chris Ivory and Mike Goodson expected carry the ball quite a bit, a sloppy run fit by a ...
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