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  1. Cheat Sheet: Saints vs. Rams set for scoring showcase

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    Sun, 26 Nov 2017

    rate, Bell would be the first player to lead NFL in rushing while averaging fewer than 4.0 yards per carry since Floyd Little in 1971 (3.99 with DEN). Houston Texans (4-6) at Baltimore Ravens (5-5) (Monday Night) Tom Savage versus

  2. NFL IQ quiz Week 12: Time to test your football knowledge

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    Sat, 25 Nov 2017

    Who is the only rushing champion since 1970 to have a yards per carry average below 4.0? Answer: Hall of Fame RB Floyd Little in 1971. He rushed for 1,133 yards on 284 carries (3.99 yards per carry) for the Denver Broncos . 4. The Jaguars

  3. How Tom Coughlin is learning to hold back in return to Jaguars

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    Tue, 15 Aug 2017

    he was having. Finally, when Marrone became the Orange's head coach, former Syracuse great and Coughlin teammate Floyd Little brokered the introduction. "As a coach from afar, I always felt I had a connection with him because of our school," Marrone

  4. 21. Floyd Little

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    Mon, 19 Jun 2017

    Denver Broncos, 1967-1975 » Voted to three Pro Bowls, First Team All-Pro once » Led league in rushing yards once and rushing touchdowns once » 6,323 career rushing yards, 43 career rushing touchdowns, nine receiving touchdowns » Enshrined in Pro Football Hall of Fame

  5. 21. Floyd Little

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    Mon, 19 Jun 2017

    Denver Broncos, 1967-1975 » Voted to three Pro Bowls, First Team All-Pro once » Led league in rushing yards once and rushing touchdowns once » 6,323 career rushing yards, 43 career rushing touchdowns, nine receiving touchdowns » Enshrined in Pro Football Hall of Fame

  6. Hall of Fame, Class of 2017: Forecasting the next Canton clique

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    Mon, 8 Aug 2016

    the same class. It happened in 2010, when Emmitt Smith (who carried massive career numbers on his résumé) and Floyd Little (who did not) both were enshrined. See any symmetry there? Kurt Warner, QB, Rams/Giants/Cardinals: Like Davis