Found December 27, 2011 on Cold Hard Football Facts:
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Marshawn Lynch has had a remarkable season, and could finish No. 2 overall in Ken Crippen’s ’Rusher Rating’ stat. A look at Lynch’s season and all the league-wide numbers.....
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