Redskins Win wrote:roninmedia wrote:remember him?
1157 yards and 12 TDs in the first year the Pats won the superbowl.
I easily see Dillon breaking these numbers. Dillon is a much better player than Smith. Weis will incorporate the running game in.
Exactly, Belichik has been waiting to get a solid, running game going again to balance his offense. It's odd how an older player gets rejuvinated when he goes to a new team a-la emmit smith (ok bad analogy) but it's true
Im in this camp. Dillon will have a huge yr and be one of the best fantasy #2 RBs you can get.
As for those who see NE as a passing ball control team - team strategy adjusts to the players at their disposal. Coach B will use Dillon much more than he used his RBs last yr. Do you really think those short and goal situations will still be passing attempts with a RB as good as Dillon behind Brady?
Also - you have to have a longer memory than 1 yr ago fellas - Dillon is a stud. Always has been. So what if he whined about shouldering a terrible team his entire career. He has that right. Now's his chance to win a SB with a contender.
1400 and 12 is not out of reach at all.