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With Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles still available in free agency,Mut 17 Coins it has to be a little bit of a surprise to see the Patriots target a player who was Cincinnati's third-string back. Burkhead had just 13 career carries before filling in for the injured Gio Bernard over the final few weeks of 2016. The Nebraska product carved out a growing role for himself as the season went on, culminating in a heavy workload in a meaningless-but-impressive game against an excellent Ravens run defense in Week 17. Burkhead carried the ball 27 times for 119 yards and two touchdowns, and in doing so, may have attracted the attention of his new suitors.Buy MUT 17 COINS is a site to sell Madden 17 Coins with favorable comment. This is a professional site to do Madden 17 Coins, sell and buy with the fastest delivery and nice service.
The Patriots have a hole at running back with LeGarrette Blount a free agent, and while it seems unlikely Burkhead would fill that role as a 250-carry primary back, the Patriots have showed no qualms in the past about taking backups off other teams and giving them meaningful roles in their offense. (Think Dion Lewis or, before him, Wes Welker.) Burkhead was hyper-efficient, posting the league's second-best DVOA among backs with 10 carries or more last season, and he's been effective as a receiver, catching 76 percent of the passes thrown his way while averaging 8.5 yards per reception.
It's impossible to project how Burkhead will do in New England given the small sample size. Welker comes to mind as a best-case comparison. Like Burkhead, he's a player who looked effective while serving mostly as a backup behind less talented brethren. (Welker spent most of his time in Miami behind the wildly inefficient Chris Chambers and a post-prime Marty Booker.) Welker was far more involved with the offense, as he at least had one 100-target season underneath his belt. The Patriots had to give up a second-round pick to trade for Welker as a restricted free agent, which they won't have to do with Burkhead, but the Mut 17 Coins other issue is Burkhead's contract. Welker signed a five-year, $18.1 million deal when joining the Pats. Burkhead's one-year, $3.2 million deal isn't breaking the bank, but it allows him to leave in unrestricted free agency next season, even (and perhaps especially) if he has a breakout season in New England.More Madden Mobile Coins news is shared in Madden Mobile Coins, You will see the Madden 17 Mobile Coins and some Madden Coins on sale.
It's been two years since Lacy was an effective regular running back; he was mediocre in 2015, averaging 4.1 yards per carry and finishing 35th in individual DVOA. He spent last offseason on a P90X-driven mission to get in shape and looked better in 2016, averaging 5.1 yards per carry, but went down after five games with a season-ending ankle injury. Reports out of Green Bay suggested Lacy lost weight in the spring but then put the weight he'd lost back on as the season started; it's fair to wonder some of that $2.5 million in non-guaranteed money might be incentives surrounding Lacy's weight. Ideally,Mut 17 Coins Lacy will stay healthy and explosive while splitting carries with Rawls, whose own injury history during his short time in the NFL suggests the Central Michigan product might need a reduced role himself to stay on the field.