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    Ravens TE Mark Andrews Hits 20.72 MPH Chasing Sam Hubbard

    On a play that absolutely modified the NFL Wild Card Spherical sport between the Bengals and the Ravens, Sam Hubbard took a fumble return 98 yards for a landing. On that play, Baltimore Ravens tight finish Mark Andrews tried to chase Hubbard down and virtually acquired there. The 6-foot-5, 250 lbs Andrews hit a prime pace of 20.72 MPH in pursuit of Hubbard. That’s some going for a person of that measurement, however how does it evaluate to the quickest ball carriers from the 2022/23 season up to now?

    3. Breece Corridor – 21.87 MPH

    BREECE HALL 62 YARDS IN A FLASH ⚡

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    — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 23, 2022

    New York Jets operating again Breece Corridor reached a prime pace of 21.87 MPH in week 7 of the season. Corridor took the ball 62 yards for a landing on a toss to the left and left the Denver Broncos within the mud.

    Corridor was going over a mile per hour faster than Andrews, however performs at a place the place such a pace is extra frequent and anticipated. It nonetheless doesn’t make it any much less thrilling to look at.

    2. Kenneth Walker – 22.09 MPH

    Kenneth Walker 74 yards to the home! 💨

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    — Bovada (@BovadaOfficial) October 23, 2022

    Seattle operating again Kenneth Walker is considered one of simply two gamers to prime 22 MPH this season. Walker ripped off a 74-yard landing run within the Seahawks’ week seven victory over the LA Chargers.

    Walker’s run additionally got here on a toss play, however this one went to the fitting. Very similar to Breece Corridor, Walker left a path of defenders struggling to maintain up on his approach to the tip zone.

    1. Parris Campbell – 22.11 MPH

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    This season’s quickest ball service up to now is Indianapolis Colts extensive receiver Parris Campbell. Campbell hit 22.11 MPH within the Colts’ week 18 loss to the Houston Texans.

    Campbell was identified for his pace at Ohio State and that has now translated to the NFL along with his prime pace being hit on this finish round.

    It’s loopy to assume that Campbell would have been simply pulling away from Mark Andrews, at the same time as quick as he was operating on Sunday. It was a profession excessive for Andrews, who sadly for him, couldn’t fairly catch Sam Hubbard.



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