8 games. 47 catches. 427 yards.
14 carries, 101 yards. 7 catches on 10 targets, 58 yards. Broken wrist.
He came back Week 11, after the team's bye on Week 10.
44 carries for 208 yards...4.7 average for the season.
His durability is a concern, but his talent is undeniable. His production has proven it.
His 16 games projection would be 94 catches. That's amazing. It's also amazing his production gets so little attention.
He was VERY consistent after coming back. He had a HUGE game against Cleveland (12 catches, 150+ yards), then disappeared. He wasn't targeted, he wasn't utilized. If there was an injury...nobody has ever hear about it as far as I can tell. He was listed with a groin coming into the Denver game, but had full participation the THU before the game.
4 carries, 34 yards.
5 catches, 59 yards.
Easily the most productive offensive player for the Pats. I remember feeling frustated that they weren't using him more during the end of the season...
Coming into 2014, I expect him to be a HUGE part of the offense. Hopefully he can stay healthy, because his production is almost assured to follow.
That is a VERY good group when healthy. Adding one more player to the upper-middle to the top of that list makes it possibly an elite group.
Amaro would fit in nicely. Or Ebron. Or Niklas...