You know it's gonna be a good day when the Fellas start talking #MATH on the show! Kyle and Seth take a look at the numbers for RBs over the past five years and found some interesting results. Listen in to learn how many points you need your RB to score (on average) in order to get a RB1 performance for the week and whether the 2015 season was an outlier or indicator of RB production in the NFL. The Fellas also break down the relationship between points per touch and touches per game as it relates to the elites RBs and then to everyone else.
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