If you need further proof that the NFL has turned into a passing league, refer to the decrease in 100-yard rushing efforts.
Through six weeks there have been only 26 100-yard games, by 21 players (that includes two quarterbacks; league rushing leader LeSean McCoy has had three). That averages to just over four 100-yard games per week, compared with a 9.5 average through six weeks in 2004.
A look at the six-week totals in that span:
|Year||100-yard games||RBs to cross 100 yards|