Predicting the Matt Forte Contract

Predicting the Matt Forte Contract

Predicting the Matt Forte Contract

The Bears vocal Running Back is demanding a long-term deal to supercede his franchise tag. A string of injuries and the recent signing of Michael Bush may thwart that idea though. Spotrac takes a look at Matt Forte's statistical comparison to running backs notably similar, and uses their recent contract signings to generate a prediction for his upcoming signing.

To find our answers we'll break down the numbers for Rushing Yards per year, Average Yards per Carry, Rushing TD per year, Receiving Yards per year, Average Yards per Reception, Receiving TD per year, and Games Played.

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