In the grand scheme of all things Brown, this is minutiae, but I need a parking spot for my stray thoughts.
Nobody has ever rushed for 1,000 yards in a season for four different teams. Only two men have reached that milestone with three teams: Ricky Watters and our very own Willis McGahee.
McGahee would need to average 79 yards per game for the rest of this season to go where no man has ever gone before. For reference, he averaged 77.2 yards per game as a Bronco the previous two years.
It may be unlikely, but if he even approaches that mark, it will surely be just one reason among many that this Browns season will have become amazing.