A look at how the NFL has done in recent years in getting its players vaccinated.
The league has had a big year in the last few years.
The NFL has had five players, including the Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers, who have been cleared for return to the field.
Two more players, the Atlanta Falcons’ Matt Ryan and the New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees, have been released from the league.
The New York Jets’ Darrelle Revis, who was suspended for the first six games of the 2015 season for violating the league’s anti-drug program, is back and has been cleared.
In the past three years, there have been more than 50,000 players cleared for play.
The first team to reach that milestone was the New York Giants in 2016, when the team was 0-9-1.
That season, New York had a 4-3 record, and it was the first time the Giants had won a playoff game since 2011.
In 2017, New England was 3-0.
The Patriots and Seattle Seahawks had the other two.
The 2016 season was a turning point for the NFL as well.
The team that was coming off a 4 and a half-year slump suffered a 12-6 record.
The Seahawks and Panthers were 2-10.
This was a team that had been in the playoffs just three years earlier.
The Packers had won two Super Bowls and were the only team to win two NFC titles in that span.
The 2017 season was the team’s biggest season in years.
They were a Super Bowl contender, and they won a Super Cup and were in the process of building a new stadium.
The Green Bay offense was averaging nearly 17 points per game.
The defense was giving up fewer than 13 points per contest, and the offense was leading the NFL in scoring.
In fact, the Packers were the NFL’s best rushing offense in 2017, averaging 6.8 yards per carry.
The offense was scoring a touchdown a whopping 18.5 percent of the time.
And the defense had given up a combined 945 points, and held the other team to only 8.3 points per outing.
The biggest difference this season was that the offense finished second in the NFL, while the defense was fourth.
The reason the Packers scored a lot more points this year was because they were able to score more on the ground.
In 2018, the average NFL rushing touchdown was 11.6 yards, and in 2019, it was 15.3.
The average NFL scoring touchdown was 2.9.
The only time a running back averaged more than 2.0 yards per rush was in 2017.
In that year, the New England Patriots scored 20.3 rushing touchdowns and the Washington Redskins scored 15.5.
The top three scoring rushing touchdowns came in 2018 and 2019.
That year, New Orleans and Seattle finished second and third in the league in rushing, respectively.
The Seattle Seahawks scored 15 rushing touchdowns in 2019.
And New Orleans was first with 14.
New England and Seattle scored 16 rushing touchdowns this season.
There were also 13 rushing touchdowns by running backs in the 2018 and 2020 seasons.
The three most explosive running backs of the decade were Marshawn Lynch (2016), Adrian Peterson (2016) and Melvin Gordon (2018).
The last time a team had four running backs score 100 or more rushing touchdowns was in the early 2000s when the New Mexico State Aggies were dominant.
This season, the top three rushing scoring running backs were all from the 2015 draft.
The one from last season, DeAngelo Williams, is now a free agent and is reportedly headed to the Panthers.
The best running back in the 2017 draft was the Oklahoma State Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott.
He rushed for 1,845 yards and scored 32 touchdowns.
The Cowboys have had three running backs with 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns this year.
The last running back to reach the 1,500-yard plateau was Jamaal Charles in 2000.
Charles was the last player to accomplish the feat.
The other two players with 1 (or more) rushing touchdowns were Adrian Peterson and Marshaen Lynch.
That’s a total of five players in the top five in rushing touchdowns.
All five of those players were from the first round of the 2017 NFL draft.
Now it’s time for the 2018 draft.
It’s going to be a lot of fun.
The draft is a chance for the players to be judged by the media.
We’ll see who has the best chance of becoming a Pro Bowler.
There will be plenty of competition for the top spots, with two other running backs competing for the No. 1 spot and a number of others competing for one.
The most likely scenario is that the No