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The Cleveland Browns have already told the media that they want to run the ball in 2010 and carry the momentum the team had in their running attack from the final four victories of the 2009 season. Most NFL teams have moved away from the traditional "featured back" model on offense to run with a complementary back to share the burden of all the pounding throughout an NFL season. Of those teams that featured a two-back model and had both rush for over 500 yards in 2009, only five of the 12 teams actually made the playoffs. On the other hand there were only four teams in 2009 who had three players rush for over 300 yards and of those four teams, three of them made the playoffs. The playoff teams included: the New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, and the Dallas Cowboys. The non-playoff team w ...

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