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John_Wayne
10-05-2004, 12:13 PM
.........as of last night:

Thru 4 games --
107 rushing attempts
476 rushing yds
6 rushing TD
0 receiving TD
4.4 yd avg.

Projected for the entire season --
428 rushing attempts
1904 rushing yds
24 rushing TD
?? receiving TD
4.4 yd avg.

Career stats --
72 rushing TD
6 receiving TD



All-time leaders

Career Rushing TDs

*E Smith (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/SmitEm00.htm) 157
M Allen (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/AlleMa00.htm) 123
W Payton (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/PaytWa00.htm) 110
J Brown (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/BrowJi00.htm) 106
J Riggins (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/RiggJo00.htm) 104
B Sanders (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/SandBa00.htm) 99
*M Faulk (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/FaulMa00.htm) 99
F Harris (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/HarrFr00.htm) 91
E Dickerson (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/DickEr00.htm) 90
J Taylor (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/TaylJi00.htm) 83
O Anderson (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/AndeOt00.htm) 81
R Watters (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/WattRi00.htm) 78
T Dorsett (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/DorsTo00.htm) 77*
C Martin (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/MartCu00.htm) 76
P Johnson (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/JohnPe00.htm) 76
E Campbell (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/CampEa00.htm) 74
L Kelly (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/KellLe00.htm) 74
T Allen (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/AlleTe00.htm) 73
*J Bettis (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/BettJe00.htm) 72
*P Holmes (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/HolmPr00.htm) 72



All-time leaders

Career Rushing/Receiving TD

*J Rice (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/RiceJe00.htm) 204
*E Smith (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/SmitEm00.htm) 168
M Allen (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/AlleMa00.htm) 144
*M Faulk (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/FaulMa00.htm) 133
C Carter (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/CartCr00.htm) 130
J Brown (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/BrowJi00.htm) 126
W Payton (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/PaytWa00.htm) 125
J Riggins (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/RiggJo00.htm) 116
L Moore (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/MoorLe00.htm) 111
B Sanders (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/SandBa00.htm) 109
D Hutson (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/HutsDo00.htm) 102
S Largent (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/LargSt00.htm) 101
*T Brown (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/BrowTi00.htm) 101
F Harris (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/HarrFr00.htm) 100
E Dickerson (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/DickEr00.htm) 96
J Taylor (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/TaylJi00.htm) 93
R Watters (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/WattRi00.htm) 91
C Taylor (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/TaylCh00.htm) 90
T Dorsett (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/DorsTo00.htm) 90
A Reed (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/ReedAn00.htm) 88
T Thomas (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/ThomTh00.htm) 88
*T Owens (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/OwenTe00.htm) 88
D Maynard (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/MaynDo00.htm) 88
L Kelly (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/KellLe00.htm) 87
L Alworth (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/AlwoLa00.htm) 87
O Anderson (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/AndeOt00.htm) 86
*M Harrison (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/HarrMa00.htm) 85
I Fryar (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/FryaIr00.htm) 85
P Warfield (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/WarfPa00.htm) 85
*C Martin (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/MartCu00.htm) 85
A Rison (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/RisoAn00.htm) 84
T McDonald (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/McDoTo00.htm) 84
M Clayton (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/ClayMa00.htm) 84
B Mitchell (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/MitcBo00.htm) 83
*R Moss (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/MossRa00.htm) 82
P Johnson (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/JohnPe00.htm) 82
H Walker (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/WalkHe00.htm) 82
A Powell (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/PoweAr00.htm) 81
H Carmichael (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/CarmHa00.htm) 79
J Brooks (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/BrooJa00.htm) 79
T Allen (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/AlleTe00.htm) 79
*P Holmes (http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/HolmPr00.htm) 78

el borracho
10-05-2004, 12:29 PM
If Priest goes two more years he might be third all-time on rushing tds.

John_Wayne
10-05-2004, 12:33 PM
He's put up these stats in 3 1/4 seasons, basically. While most on these lists took 8 or 10 or 13 years to amass similar numbers. By the end of next season, Priest could have 115 rushing TD and 122 total TDs. That would put him 3rd on the rushing TD list and 8th on the total TD list with only 5 full starting seasons under his belt. That's just crazy!

Ralphy Boy
10-05-2004, 01:26 PM
If Priest goes two more years he might be third all-time on rushing tds.
If he gets 20 this season, 20 next and 15 the year after, he'd be tied with Marcus, which is very do-able.

John_Wayne
10-05-2004, 01:38 PM
If he gets 20 this season, 20 next and 15 the year after, he'd be tied with Marcus, which is very do-able.

Right. It just depends on how long Priest plays until he retires. I don't believe all of the retirement hype. I think he'll play for a few more years. He's performing at a really hight level. He's in really good shape with no health problems. He's got very few "miles" on him. He's only been a starter for 3 1/4 seasons.

go bowe
10-05-2004, 02:20 PM
Right. It just depends on how long Priest plays until he retires. I don't believe all of the retirement hype. I think he'll play for a few more years. He's performing at a really hight level. He's in really good shape with no health problems. He's got very few "miles" on him. He's only been a starter for 3 1/4 seasons.and he's also already very very rich and takes a beating every sunday...

imo, he actually considered retirement and will consider it again next offseason...

hopefully, he'll decide to stay another few years... [fingers crossed smilie]

John_Wayne
10-05-2004, 03:03 PM
and he's also already very very rich and takes a beating every sunday...

imo, he actually considered retirement and will consider it again next offseason...

hopefully, he'll decide to stay another few years... [fingers crossed smilie]

:toast: glass half empty :BLVD:

KC Jones
10-05-2004, 03:04 PM
He's got very few "miles" on him. He's only been a starter for 3 1/4 seasons.

He was a starter for Baltimore for a few years until they drafted Jamal Lewis.

BIG_DADDY
10-05-2004, 03:05 PM
Phoney,

How long did it take you to figure out that all you needed to do was multiply by 4? :hmmm:

John_Wayne
10-06-2004, 12:53 PM
Phoney,

How long did it take you to figure out that all you needed to do was multiply by 4? :hmmm:No, BD, I just thought I'd be kind and do the math for all of you who couldn't.

John_Wayne
10-06-2004, 01:23 PM
He was a starter for Baltimore for a few years until they drafted Jamal Lewis.
Not really. I remember this because I had Priest on my fantasy team in '98.

In '97, Priest, like Larry Johnson, did not see the field. (This should be a good lesson for LJ.) Baltimore used a RBBC approach in 97. Do you know who the starter was? Drum roll please...................... Bam Morris!! Jay Graham and Earnest Byner rounded out the 3 headed monster the RBBC.

In '98, Priest started 16 games, gained 1008 yds on 233 carries and had a 4.3 yd avg. But Baltimore once again used the RBBC approach. Jay Graham, Roosevelt Potts and Eric Rhett all got significant playing time.

In '99, for some reason, perhaps injury, Baltimore went away from Priest and went with Eric Rhett as their starter. Once again, Baltimore used a RBBC approach. Along with Rhett, Priest and Charles Evans all gave significant contributions. Priest had a career best 5.7 yard average in '99.

In '00 Jamal Lewis joined Baltimore. Priest was sent to the bench and was the #1 backup. He had 1/4 of the total team carries. He still averaged 4.3 yards. Jamal Lewis had 3/4 of the team's carries.

In '99 Priest played in 8 games and had 89 carries. In '98 he played in 16 games and had 233 carries. In '97, he never saw the field. In all three years, he was never really the starter. He was part of a RBBC. In '00 he had 137 carries for 588 yds while he backed up Jamal Lewis. In total, he had 459 carries in 3 years in Baltimore.

In KC, Priest averages about 320 carries a year. He's played 3 1/4 seasons in KC so far. his 459 carries in Baltimore equal about 1 1/4 seasons in KC. Therefore, he's played the equivelent of 4 1/2 seasons so far.

I just wanted to accurately put his career stats into perspective.

Source: http://www.pro-football-reference.com/

Sure-Oz
10-06-2004, 01:29 PM
They had petro on the SPOT last night and he thinks this might be priests last year, i hope not i think he can play a few more years.

John_Wayne
10-06-2004, 01:39 PM
They had petro on the SPOT last night and he thinks this might be priests last year, i hope not i think he can play a few more years. I don't believe that hype. I think he'll play a few more years.

KingPriest2
10-06-2004, 01:49 PM
Not really. I remember this because I had Priest on my fantasy team in '98.

In '97, Priest, like Larry Johnson, did not see the field. (This should be a good lesson for LJ.) Baltimore used a RBBC approach in 97. Do you know who the starter was? Drum roll please...................... Bam Morris!! Jay Graham and Earnest Byner rounded out the 3 headed monster the RBBC.

In '98, Priest started 16 games, gained 1008 yds on 233 carries and had a 4.3 yd avg. But Baltimore once again used the RBBC approach. Jay Graham, Roosevelt Potts and Eric Rhett all got significant playing time.

In '99, for some reason, perhaps injury, Baltimore went away from Priest and went with Eric Rhett as their starter. Once again, Baltimore used a RBBC approach. Along with Rhett, Priest and Charles Evans all gave significant contributions. Priest had a career best 5.7 yard average in '99.

In '00 Jamal Lewis joined Baltimore. Priest was sent to the bench and was the #1 backup. He had 1/4 of the total team carries. He still averaged 4.3 yards. Jamal Lewis had 3/4 of the team's carries.

In '99 Priest played in 8 games and had 89 carries. In '98 he played in 16 games and had 233 carries. In '97, he never saw the field. In all three years, he was never really the starter. He was part of a RBBC. In '00 he had 137 carries for 588 yds while he backed up Jamal Lewis. In total, he had 459 carries in 3 years in Baltimore.

In KC, Priest averages about 320 carries a year. He's played 3 1/4 seasons in KC so far. his 459 carries in Baltimore equal about 1 1/4 seasons in KC. Therefore, he's played the equivelent of 4 1/2 seasons so far.

I just wanted to accurately put his career stats into perspective.

Source: http://www.pro-football-reference.com/



2000
Baltimore (1997-00): Appeared in 48 games with 19 starts ... Had 459 carries for 2,182 yards (4.6 avg.) with 10 scores ... Also contributed 88 receptions for 585 yards (6.6 avg.) and one TD ... Had 18 carries for 45 yards and one reception for four yards in four playoff games (one start).
2000: Played in all 16 games (two starts) ... Was the Ravens second-leading rusher, getting 137 carries for 588 yards (4.3 avg.) with two TDs ... Caught 32 passes for 221 yards ... Started at Pittsburgh (9/3), rushing 27 times for 119 yards ... Had a season-long 21-yard rush at Washington (10/15) ... Had a season-long 27-yard reception vs. the N.Y. Jets (12/24) ... Played in all four of the club’s postseason games (one start), carrying the ball 18 times for 45 yards ... Had five carries for six yards vs. Denver (12/31) ... Saw reserve duty in an AFC Divisional Playoff win at Tennessee (1/7/01) ... Produced nine carries for 31 yards (3.4 avg.) in the AFC Championship Game at Oakland (1/14/01) ... Started in Baltimore’s Super Bowl XXXV victory vs. the N.Y. Giants (1/28/01), producing four carries for eight yards.

1999
Had his season curtailed by a knee injury, playing in just nine games (four starts) ... Finished the year with 89 carries for 506 yards (5.7 avg.) with one TD, getting 412 of those yards over the final five games ... Also caught 13 passes for 104 yards and a TD ... Topped the 100-yard barrier in a pair of games ... Did not start vs. Pittsburgh (9/19) while nursing a sprained right MCL, rushing once for two yards ... Was inactive vs. Cleveland (9/26), at Atlanta (10/3) and at Tennessee (10/10) ... Did not play vs. Kansas City (10/21) or vs. Buffalo (10/31) ... Saw reserve action at Cleveland (11/7) and at Cincinnati (11/21) ... Entered the game for an injured RB Errict Rhett vs. Tennessee (12/5) after a rib injury to Rhett, registering nine totes for 100 yards, including a career-long 72-yard run ... Returned to the starting lineup for the season’s final four games, beginning at Pittsburgh (12/12) when he ran 18 times for 130 yards (7.2 avg.) with a TD ... Caught a 34-yard TD pass from QB Tony Banks vs. New Orleans (12/19), his first career scoring reception.
1998
Saw action in all 16 games, starting the final 13 games ... Rushed 233 times for 1,008 yards with seven TDs, becoming the initial Ravens RB to hit the 1,000-yard plateau ... Topped the club with 43 receptions, registering 260 yards ... Also had five special teams tackles ... Recorded four 100-yard rushing games and added a 99-yard effort ... Got his first six NFL carries for 23 yards vs. Pittsburgh (9/6) ... Recorded a career-high four special teams tackles at Jacksonville (9/20) ... Exploded for 27 carries and 173 yards with two TDs in his first NFL start vs. Cincinnati (9/27), earning AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors ... Caught a franchise-record and career-high 13 passes for 98 yards vs. Tennessee (10/11) ... Racked up 27 carries for 99 yards vs. Oakland (11/8) ... Set a career high with 227 rushing yards at Cincinnati (11/22), the highest single-game rushing total of the season in the NFL and the fourth-highest in the ’90s. Piled up that yardage tally on a personal-best 36 carries.
1997
Played in seven games as a rookie ... Finished the year with two tackles on special teams, plus a 14-yard kickoff return ... Saw first career action at Tennessee (9/21), returning the opening kickoff of the second half 14 yards and recording a special teams tackle ... Also had a special teams tackle vs. Seattle (12/7).

John_Wayne
10-06-2004, 06:01 PM
2000
Baltimore (1997-00): Appeared in 48 games with 19 starts ... Had 459 carries for 2,182 yards (4.6 avg.) with 10 scores ... Also contributed 88 receptions for 585 yards (6.6 avg.) and one TD ... Had 18 carries for 45 yards and one reception for four yards in four playoff games (one start).
2000: Played in all 16 games (two starts) ... Was the Ravens second-leading rusher, getting 137 carries for 588 yards (4.3 avg.) with two TDs ... Caught 32 passes for 221 yards ... Started at Pittsburgh (9/3), rushing 27 times for 119 yards ... Had a season-long 21-yard rush at Washington (10/15) ... Had a season-long 27-yard reception vs. the N.Y. Jets (12/24) ... Played in all four of the club’s postseason games (one start), carrying the ball 18 times for 45 yards ... Had five carries for six yards vs. Denver (12/31) ... Saw reserve duty in an AFC Divisional Playoff win at Tennessee (1/7/01) ... Produced nine carries for 31 yards (3.4 avg.) in the AFC Championship Game at Oakland (1/14/01) ... Started in Baltimore’s Super Bowl XXXV victory vs. the N.Y. Giants (1/28/01), producing four carries for eight yards.

1999
Had his season curtailed by a knee injury, playing in just nine games (four starts) ... Finished the year with 89 carries for 506 yards (5.7 avg.) with one TD, getting 412 of those yards over the final five games ... Also caught 13 passes for 104 yards and a TD ... Topped the 100-yard barrier in a pair of games ... Did not start vs. Pittsburgh (9/19) while nursing a sprained right MCL, rushing once for two yards ... Was inactive vs. Cleveland (9/26), at Atlanta (10/3) and at Tennessee (10/10) ... Did not play vs. Kansas City (10/21) or vs. Buffalo (10/31) ... Saw reserve action at Cleveland (11/7) and at Cincinnati (11/21) ... Entered the game for an injured RB Errict Rhett vs. Tennessee (12/5) after a rib injury to Rhett, registering nine totes for 100 yards, including a career-long 72-yard run ... Returned to the starting lineup for the season’s final four games, beginning at Pittsburgh (12/12) when he ran 18 times for 130 yards (7.2 avg.) with a TD ... Caught a 34-yard TD pass from QB Tony Banks vs. New Orleans (12/19), his first career scoring reception.
1998
Saw action in all 16 games, starting the final 13 games ... Rushed 233 times for 1,008 yards with seven TDs, becoming the initial Ravens RB to hit the 1,000-yard plateau ... Topped the club with 43 receptions, registering 260 yards ... Also had five special teams tackles ... Recorded four 100-yard rushing games and added a 99-yard effort ... Got his first six NFL carries for 23 yards vs. Pittsburgh (9/6) ... Recorded a career-high four special teams tackles at Jacksonville (9/20) ... Exploded for 27 carries and 173 yards with two TDs in his first NFL start vs. Cincinnati (9/27), earning AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors ... Caught a franchise-record and career-high 13 passes for 98 yards vs. Tennessee (10/11) ... Racked up 27 carries for 99 yards vs. Oakland (11/8) ... Set a career high with 227 rushing yards at Cincinnati (11/22), the highest single-game rushing total of the season in the NFL and the fourth-highest in the ’90s. Piled up that yardage tally on a personal-best 36 carries.
1997
Played in seven games as a rookie ... Finished the year with two tackles on special teams, plus a 14-yard kickoff return ... Saw first career action at Tennessee (9/21), returning the opening kickoff of the second half 14 yards and recording a special teams tackle ... Also had a special teams tackle vs. Seattle (12/7).

...........and? Your point?

KingPriest2
10-06-2004, 06:03 PM
...........and? Your point?


Just trying to help you out

Bowser
10-06-2004, 06:05 PM
428 carries? That's a shitload! What is the record - 410 by Jamal Anderson?

I don't think they need to run him that much. Save a little something for the playoffs, y'know?

KingPriest2
10-06-2004, 06:11 PM
428 carries? That's a shitload! What is the record - 410 by Jamal Anderson?

I don't think they need to run him that much. Save a little something for the playoffs, y'know?


I agree with you . He will get hurt if he keeps it up. and he will retire.

Sure-Oz
10-06-2004, 06:15 PM
Playoffs? I wouldn't talk about that until we are at .500.

He isn't that big but he is ripped, not sure how much a beating he can take, it will wear on him, that is why i am glad we have LJ and Blaylock as well.

whoman69
10-06-2004, 07:14 PM
JMO no way he gets that number of carries. Thus far he has had to take up the slack from the lack of pass game. That will pick up and he will go back again to a receiving back. He should be close to 2000 all purpose yards again, but he will not be able to carry 428 times.

penguinz
10-06-2004, 08:06 PM
boring

John_Wayne
10-07-2004, 07:36 AM
Just trying to help you out OK. I was just looking for some elaboration. No prob. :thumb:

John_Wayne
10-07-2004, 07:38 AM
428 carries? That's a shitload! What is the record - 410 by Jamal Anderson?

I don't think they need to run him that much. Save a little something for the playoffs, y'know? 428 carries? Where are you getting that number? What am I missing? :hmmm:

KcMizzou
10-07-2004, 07:41 AM
428 carries? Where are you getting that number? What am I missing? :hmmm: 107 X 4 = 428

If you're gonna project the other stats (which is really pretty pointless), you have to project the number of carries as well.

*edit* Hell, nevermind... you already posted it yourself in the header.

John_Wayne
10-07-2004, 07:46 AM
107 X 4 = 428

If you're gonna project the other stats (which is really pretty pointless), you have to project the number of carries as well.

*edit* Hell, nevermind... you already posted it yourself in the header. My mistake. Those were my projections and I forgot about it. :banghead:

John_Wayne
10-07-2004, 08:03 AM
Wow! Maybe they really are trying to get him 2000 yards this season. He's not getting any receptions, but getting more rushes. The last three years he's had 327, 313 and 320 rushes.