Only seven running backs in NFL history have rushed for at least 2,000 yards in a single season – and only three of them done it this decade.
Although LeSean McCoy ranked 1st in carries last season for a total of 1,607 yards (a solid 5.7 YPC average) to claim the Rushing Title, he is already making his 2014 season that much more exciting.
Another 393 yards isn’t impossible, but it is more than likely improbable with the addition of Darren Sproles to the backfield that will surely take from his NFL-leading workload.
Also, with such a pass happy league and an efficient playmaker under center, Chip Kelly and his Eagles will most likely look to increase the workload to Nick Foles’ arm; the Eagles ranked 27th in pass attempts last season.
Keep feeding him those smoothies, Chip. We’re rooting for you Shady. Except if it’s against you in fantasy.