What to do with Rashaad Penny? That’s a hot question following the running back’s phenomenal end-of-the-season run. Finally healthy and getting thrust into a starting role following injuries to Chris Carson and Alex Collins, Penny shined. Over the final five weeks of the 2021 season, the fourth-year pro churned out 671 yards and six touchdowns on 92 carries – good for averages of 134.2 yards per game and 7.3 yards per carry – by far the best production of his injury-riddled career.
If he had somehow sustained his averages from the final five weeks over an entire 17-game season, the 5-11, 220-pound running back would have finished
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