Willis McGahee Is Coming Back

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Sam Snyder in NFL
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Willis McGahee and Todd Heap had very disappointing performances last year. Both of them are former Pro-Bowlers, but couldn't even manage to put up decent numbers, nor could they stay healthy. But of the two, McGahee had an even more disappointing season. After a 1200 yard Pro-Bowl season, he barely mustered half of that yardage. McGahee ran the ball 170 times for 641 yards, a career low, but managed to score seven touchdowns. He peaked late season,  and scored a touchdown of a 77 yard run, his longest of his career. Beside that one highlight, he had a dismal year, especially considering he went to the Pro-Bowl in 2007, just a few months earlier. Following a scary neck injury in the AFC Championship, McGahee lost the starting job for the Ravens during the offseason to Ray Rice. For ...

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