Thursday, February 02, 2012

A Really Short History of Pro Football Offense in the XXIst Century

The last running back to be named Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl was Terrell Davis of the Broncos. That was in 1998, or XIV Super Bowls ago.

In football age, that many seasons is about three and one-half generations. Most of the Patriots and Giants were either children or teenagers when Davis won the award.

Nobody, not even themselves, can envision a scenario where a Giants or Patriots runner will keep that streak from reaching XV.


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