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backs over the years, because for the most part, they’ve been a pretty secure group -- Corey Dillon, BenJarvus Green - Ellis and Danny Woodhead had some of the lowest fumbles per touch in recent league history. From 2004 through 2006
t get off the field at the critical moment. Twelve plays later, they again failed to get off the field as BenJarvus Green - Ellis plunged into the end zone on a fourth-down run. When your team scores six total points, it's easy to rip
No matter what you call them, at one time or another over the last 13 years, Antowain Smith, Corey Dillon, BenJarvus Green - Ellis and Stevan Ridley all established themselves as the No. 1 running back with the Patriots. While none of them -- other than Dillon
three years in New England on 805 touches -- an extraordinary rate of one fumble for every 100.6 touches. BenJarvus Green - Ellis was the lead back for the Patriots in 2010 and 2011, and in that time he had 431 touches and didn’t fumble the
followed up his franchise-record 1,635 rushing yards in 2004 with 733 yards the following season, while BenJarvus Green - Ellis had 1,008 rushing yards in 2010 and 667 yards in 2011.) And two, despite the fact that Ridley is only the 28th running back in the history
yards. Corey Dillon — 1,635 (2004) Stevan Ridley — 1,263 (2012) Antowain Smith — 1,157 (2001) BenJarvus Green - Ellis — 1,008 (2010) LeGarrette Blount should be the fifth one sooner sooner rather than later. While he and the rest of the New England running game face a sizable challenge
2008, when Forte first came into the league, the Patriots have had just two, one-thousand yard rushers — Benjarvus Green Ellis in 2010 (1,008) and Stevan Ridley in 2012 (1,263). In that same time frame, Forte has five, one-thousand yard rushing
seasons the Patriots had their leading rusher be undrafted — Dion Lewis this year, Jonas Gray last year and BenJarvus Green - Ellis in 2010 and 2011. Stevan Ridley was the other leading rusher in 2012 and 2013 and he was taken in the third-round. So, how does this all relate to this week and the
running backs is nothing new around New England; Over the last 10 seasons, six different backs (Gray, Ridley, BenJarvus Green - Ellis , Laurence Maroney , Sammy Morris and Corey Dillon) have led the Patriots in rushing yards — in that span, only the Cardinals, Browns and Saints have had
man who can deal with being a part of that sort of lineage. Linebacker Xzavier Dickson — 42: Running back BenJarvus Green - Ellis wore No. 42 with distinction when he played in New England from 2008 through 2011. Linebacker Matt Wells — 44: Wells gets a good number, one that