It is said that running backs hit the wall when they hit 30, but Eddie
George, the newest member of the "over the hill" club, saw his demise begin
George started off his career by rushing for at least 1,200 yards in each of
his first five seasons, but a toe injury derailed his 2001 season, and he
hasn't been the same since. Over the last 37 games, none of the 36 running
backs who've carried the ball at least 300 times has run for fewer yards per
carry than George (3.1).
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