Red zone feats put Westbrook above Turner, others
Our analysis of the games of Week 13 revealed something surprising, something that was the case for the first time since Week 2: The running back who led the league in DYAR (Defense-adjusted Yards Above Replacement) had fewer rushing yards than the one who finished dead last.
While that top Week 2 back, San Diego's Darren Sproles, had 72 receiving yards to supplement his game, this week's top man, Philadelphia's Brian Westbrook, had just 20 receiving yards. Westbrook's 130 all-purpose ...
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