Peyton Barber on Sunday carried 17 times for 29 yards for Washington. That allows him to join the infamous club of running backs who for different teams have averaged under 2 yards per carry in games with at least 15 carries. Barber in 2018 for Tampa Bay carried 16 times for 22 yards (also against Philly, ironically). Who is the only player in the Super Bowl era with seven of these games? For the seven-game player, they were all with the same team, and the player is in the Hall of Fame.


Emmitt Smith, Dallas. The website Pro-Football-Reference was instrumental in researching this question. According to their sortable database, 25 players in the Super Bowl era authored these kind of games with two different franchises. That includes four active players who this year potentially could become the first to do it with three different teams: Adrian Peterson, Carlos Hyde, Frank Gore and Latavius Murray.