He won't get the touches to get over 2000 yards. As of now he's been around 1300 per year the past two seasons even struggling. I'd say 1600-1800 is a fair estimate assuming he picks his game up even a little.
Hmm, he had 1300 yards his rookie year(81.25 ypg) and 1000 last year in 12 games(83 ypg).
So, If he improves to about 85 ypg(and plays all 16 games), then we are looking at 1360.
But me personally, I think he will have a great year with Goodwin manning the middle and not having to come from behind as much as we did last year. I think he will put up about 70 receiving yards per game and at least 55 rushing yards per game splitting time(with Deuce hopefully).
So I say over 2000 yards seems pretty attainable this year.
the only reason I chose 1600-1800 is because I believe that Reggie is going to get ALOT more passing plays designed around him.....we all saw last season how not to use him...if everyone in the dome knew where and how Reggie was going to get the ball its safe to say that the defense knew what was going on too....you cant use the swing pass every single time....in Reggie's first season there was alot more diversity in the plays that he was given.....its no secret that the coach's now understand that he needs to be used more like Brian Westbrook.....
if he's used right I wouldnt be suprised if he had 16,000-18,000 total yards.....
man pretty harsh words considering he wasnt the starting running back his first year and still got about 1300 yards then in his second year got about 1000 missing 4 games and was playing hurt in every game besides the seattle game but very good and thought out post.
I put 12-1500...I think he will get between 800-900 rushing yrds this year, I feel him training with the team learning patience in the run game and learning his lineman will be a big difference in his performance this coming season...so 4-500 recieving and 8-900 rushing.