RB Theorem: Otis Armstrong Takes Charge in 1974

The 1973 season saw the NFL’s first 2,000-yard rusher. Orenthal James "O.J." Simpson whisked his way to history by rolling up 2,003 rushing yards. His Buffalo Bills only needed him to handle the rock 332 times. That was good for an average per attempt of six yards. Those were truly astonishing feats by the man most fans referred to as “The Juice.”  Enter the Broncos 1973 first-round pick (9th overall) Otis Armstrong.
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