By Football Outsiders' count, no two backs in the league had more broken tackles in 2010 than Houston's Arian Foster and Tennessee's Chris Johnson.
Foster broke 45 tackles, the most for a running back and a broken tackle on 11.5 percent of his touches. Johnson broke 41 tackles, affecting 11.4 percent of his touches.
Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew ranked 14th with 30 (nine percent).
It's not surprising that three of the best backs in the league rank so high, though I might have expected the bruising MJD to rank a little closer to the top based on his ability to bowl people over and chug through them. He dropped from 52 broken tackles in 2009 to 30.
Jones-Drew also got to face a lot of the NFL's worst tacklers by playing against the
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