Anonymous wrote:4.) Dillon top 10? NE wins because of it's defense. It's offense is nothing to brag about and Dillon was injured essentially all of last year. Dillon in NE is intriguing but he is a longshot to break the top 10.
Wouldnt a team who relies heavily on their D to win games, prefer a run oriented offense rather than a passing one? That would certainly keep the D fresh and take time off the clock.
NE's offense has been unable to actually run b/c their RBs weren't very good. Now they have a former pro-bowler in their handling the load.
Dillon was injured last year, but it wasnt like an ACL tear or a broken leg/ankle. He missed a few games but was well enough and tough enough to play (granted not at full strength). I dont see any lingering effects from his injury for this year.
Will he break the top 10? Who knows, but he has a better shot at it then most, and if he does get 300 carries, im sure he will.