Found July 29, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Arian Foster
TEAMS: Houston Texans
Last season, the running back position was much more up in the air at the top. Adrian Peterson was returning from a major knee injury, and several key players were having one thing or another hold them back. Now that Peterson is coming off one of the greatest seasons of all-time for a running back, everyone is playing for second place until he is dethroned. After Peterson, who are the top three premier ball carriers?.. Read more
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