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Christian McCaffrey
RB #22
Height:
5-11
Weight:
205
Age:
21
College:
Stanford
Hometown:
Highlands Ranch, Col
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2017):

CAR
117
YDS
435
AVG
3.7
TDS
2
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesRushingReceivingFumbles
GGSAttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLongTDFUMLost
TOTAL 117 435 3.7 40 2 80 651 8.1 37 5 2 1
2017 CAR 16 10 117 435 3.7 40 2 80 651 8.1 37 5 2 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultRushingReceivingFumbles
AttYdsAvgLngTDRecYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 @SF W 23-3 13 47 3.6 11 0 5 38 7.6 16 0 1 1
2 BUF W 9-3 8 10 1.3 6 0 4 34 8.5 14 0 -- --
3 NO L 13-34 4 16 4 7 0 9 101 11.2 37 0 -- --
4 @NE W 33-30 6 16 2.7 5 0 4 33 8.3 12 0 -- --
5 @DET W 27-24 3 7 2.3 5 0 5 31 6.2 10 1 -- --
6 PHI L 23-28 4 8 2 4 0 10 56 5.6 15 1 1 0
7 @CHI L 3-17 7 10 1.4 4 0 7 36 5.1 20 0 -- --
8 @TB W 17-3 4 3 0.8 4 0 5 49 9.8 16 0 -- --
9 ATL W 20-17 15 66 4.4 17 1 5 28 5.6 9 0 -- --
10 MIA W 45-21 5 23 4.6 16 1 3 27 9 19 1 -- --
12 @NYJ W 35-27 7 62 8.9 40 0 2 35 17.5 26 0 -- --
13 @NO L 21-31 6 16 2.7 5 0 5 33 6.6 21 1 -- --
14 MIN W 31-24 8 35 4.4 8 0 3 18 6 15 0 -- --
15 GB W 31-24 12 63 5.3 15 0 6 73 12.2 21 1 -- --
16 TB W 22-19 9 39 4.3 10 0 2 19 9.5 12 0 -- --
17 @ATL L 10-22 6 14 2.3 8 0 5 40 8 20 0 -- --

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Bio

NFL RANKINGS
• Became first rookie running back in NFL history with at least 70 receptions and five receiving touchdowns in Week 15.
• His 80 receptions in first season ranked fourth in NFL history among rookie running backs.
• Finished second in NFL in 2017 for receptions (80) and receiving yards (651) by a rookie running back, earning a nod as a finalist for the NFL Rookie of the Year award.

FRANCHISE RANKINGS
• Set Panthers single-season records for most receptions (80), receiving yards (651) and receiving touchdowns by a running back in a single season.
• Set Panthers rookie single-season records for most receptions (80), scrimmage yards (1,086), yards after catch (593) and first downs (57).
• His 101-yard receiving game against New Orleans (9/24/17) tied single-game franchise record for most receiving yards by a running back.
• His 10 receptions against Philadelphia (10/12/17) were most by a running back or rookie in single game in franchise history.
• Finished third in franchise history for all-purpose yards (1,306) in a rookie season and third in receiving yards (651) in a rookie season.
• Set franchise records for most scrimmage yards (117), receiving yards (101) and longest reception (56) by a rookie in a playoff game, while receiving yards and TD reception were most by any franchise running back in a playoff game.

PRO CAREER
• Totaled 92 all-purpose yards in his career debut at San Francisco (9/10/17).
• Tallied first 100-yard receiving game against New Orleans (9/24/17), becoming first Panther running back with 100 receiving yards since Jonathan Stewart vs. Green Bay (9/18/11).
• Scored first career touchdown on a six-yard shovel pass at Detroit (10/8/17).
• Notched first career rushing touchdown vs. Atlanta (11/5/17) on a 4-yard run in the second quarter.
• Had career-best 136 yards from scrimmage against Green Bay (12/17), catching fifth touchdown.

TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Carolina in the first round (8th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft. GP/GS: Career (16/10) [1/1]; 2017 (16/10) [1/1]

2017
Totaled 651 receiving yards and 432 rushing yards in 16 games played with 10 starts...Added 162 yards on 22 punt returns and 58 yards on three kickoff returns...Tallied five receiving touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns...At San Francisco (9/10)…Started at running back and totaled 47 yards on the ground and 38 receiving yards in rookie debut…Vs. New Orleans (9/24)…Led team with 101 yards receiving on nine receptions, including 37-yard reception…Became first Panthers running back since Jonathan Stewart in 2011 to amass 100 receiving yards in a game…At Detroit (10/8)…Caught five passes for 31 yards, including a six-yard shovel pass for his first career touchdown…At Philadelphia (10/12)…Recorded 56 receiving yards and one touchdown on a career-high 10 receptions…Returned three punts for 35 yards, including a career-long 25 yard return into Philadelphia territory to help set up a touchdown…At Tampa Bay (10/29)…Tied the game high with five receptions for a team-leading 49 yards…Established a new franchise record for receptions by a running back with 49, surpassing the previous record of 47 by Jonathan Stewart in 2011...Vs. Atlanta (11/5)…Rushed for a career-high 66 yards and a four-yard touchdown on 15 carries...Vs. Miami (11/13)…Rushed for 23 yards on 5 attempts and added three receptions for 27 yards, scoring two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving…Moved into first place all-time for receiving yards by a franchise running back in a single season in franchise history with 433 yards, passing Jonathan Stewart’s 413 yards in 2013…Became the 12th player in franchise history with a rushing and receiving touchdown in one game and the first to do it since Mike Tolbert in 2015 (10/25/15)…Part of a team rushing performance of 294 yards, second-most in franchise history...At New York Jets (11/26)…Accounted for 119 all-purpose yards (62 rushing, 35 receiving, 22 punt return)...Ran the ball seven times for 62 yards, including a career-long 40-yard rush in the second quarter...Vs. Green Bay (12/17)...Started at running back and rushed 12 times for team-high 63 yards...Caught six catches for 73 yards and a touchdown...Totaled season-best 136 scrimmage yards...Became first rookie running back in NFL history with at least 70 receptions and five receiving touchdowns.
POSTSEASON: At New Orleans (1/7)...Started in his playoff debut...Finished with 101 receiving yards and a touchdown on six catches and 16 rushing yards on six carries...Scored on a 56-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter, the longest reception by a running back in postseason franchise history and tied for 10th all-time in NFL postseason history...His 101 receiving yards were the most by a running back in franchise postseason history.

COLLEGE
Played in 38 games with 25 starts at Stanford...Entered NFL following junior season...Totaled 6,987 all-purpose yards finishing second in school history, and finished seventh in school history with 33 total touchdowns...Rushed for 3,922 yards, finishing third in school history, with 21 touchdowns on 632 attempts...Finished career second in school history with an average of 6.2 yards per carry and third with 19 100-yard rushing games...Posted 99 catches for 1,206 yards and 10 touchdowns...Averaged 26.4 yards on 56 kickoff returns for 1,479 yards and one touchdown...Generated an 11.2-yard punt return average on 34 returns for 380 yards and one touchdown...Heisman Finalist and AP Player of the Year after sophomore season...Two-time All-American...Two-time All-Pac-12 honoree...Led nation with 211.5 all-purpose yards per game in junior season...Set NCAA record with 3,864 all-purpose yards in sophomore campaign...Set then-school records for single-season rushing yards (2,019) single-game rushing yards (284) and consecutive 100-yard rushing games (9)...Became the first player in Rose Bowl history to have 100 rushing and 100 receiving yards while setting a Rose Bowl record with 368 all-purpose yards

PERSONAL
Attended Valor Christian HS in Highlands Ranch, Colo....Majored in communication at Stanford...Father, Ed, played wide receiver for the New York Giants from 1991-94, San Francisco 49ers in 1994 and Denver Broncos from 1994-2003.

NFL RANKINGS
• Became first rookie running back in NFL history with at least 70 receptions and five receiving touchdowns in Week 15.
• His 80 receptions in first season ranked fourth in NFL history among rookie running backs.
• Finished second in NFL in 2017 for receptions (80) and receiving yards (651) by a rookie running back, earning a nod as a finalist for the NFL Rookie of the Year award.

FRANCHISE RANKINGS
• Set Panthers single-season records for most receptions (80), receiving yards (651) and receiving touchdowns by a running back in a single season.
• Set Panthers rookie single-season records for most receptions (80), scrimmage yards (1,086), yards after catch (593) and first downs (57).
• His 101-yard receiving game against New Orleans (9/24/17) tied single-game franchise record for most receiving yards by a running back.
• His 10 receptions against Philadelphia (10/12/17) were most by a running back or rookie in single game in franchise history.
• Finished third in franchise history for all-purpose yards (1,306) in a rookie season and third in receiving yards (651) in a rookie season.
• Set franchise records for most scrimmage yards (117), receiving yards (101) and longest reception (56) by a rookie in a playoff game, while receiving yards and TD reception were most by any franchise running back in a playoff game.

PRO CAREER
• Totaled 92 all-purpose yards in his career debut at San Francisco (9/10/17).
• Tallied first 100-yard receiving game against New Orleans (9/24/17), becoming first Panther running back with 100 receiving yards since Jonathan Stewart vs. Green Bay (9/18/11).
• Scored first career touchdown on a six-yard shovel pass at Detroit (10/8/17).
• Notched first career rushing touchdown vs. Atlanta (11/5/17) on a 4-yard run in the second quarter.
• Had career-best 136 yards from scrimmage against Green Bay (12/17), catching fifth touchdown.

TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Carolina in the first round (8th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft. GP/GS: Career (16/10) [1/1]; 2017 (16/10) [1/1]

2017
Totaled 651 receiving yards and 432 rushing yards in 16 games played with 10 starts...Added 162 yards on 22 punt returns and 58 yards on three kickoff returns...Tallied five receiving touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns...At San Francisco (9/10)…Started at running back and totaled 47 yards on the ground and 38 receiving yards in rookie debut…Vs. New Orleans (9/24)…Led team with 101 yards receiving on nine receptions, including 37-yard reception…Became first Panthers running back since Jonathan Stewart in 2011 to amass 100 receiving yards in a game…At Detroit (10/8)…Caught five passes for 31 yards, including a six-yard shovel pass for his first career touchdown…At Philadelphia (10/12)…Recorded 56 receiving yards and one touchdown on a career-high 10 receptions…Returned three punts for 35 yards, including a career-long 25 yard return into Philadelphia territory to help set up a touchdown…At Tampa Bay (10/29)…Tied the game high with five receptions for a team-leading 49 yards…Established a new franchise record for receptions by a running back with 49, surpassing the previous record of 47 by Jonathan Stewart in 2011...Vs. Atlanta (11/5)…Rushed for a career-high 66 yards and a four-yard touchdown on 15 carries...Vs. Miami (11/13)…Rushed for 23 yards on 5 attempts and added three receptions for 27 yards, scoring two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving…Moved into first place all-time for receiving yards by a franchise running back in a single season in franchise history with 433 yards, passing Jonathan Stewart’s 413 yards in 2013…Became the 12th player in franchise history with a rushing and receiving touchdown in one game and the first to do it since Mike Tolbert in 2015 (10/25/15)…Part of a team rushing performance of 294 yards, second-most in franchise history...At New York Jets (11/26)…Accounted for 119 all-purpose yards (62 rushing, 35 receiving, 22 punt return)...Ran the ball seven times for 62 yards, including a career-long 40-yard rush in the second quarter...Vs. Green Bay (12/17)...Started at running back and rushed 12 times for team-high 63 yards...Caught six catches for 73 yards and a touchdown...Totaled season-best 136 scrimmage yards...Became first rookie running back in NFL history with at least 70 receptions and five receiving touchdowns.
POSTSEASON: At New Orleans (1/7)...Started in his playoff debut...Finished with 101 receiving yards and a touchdown on six catches and 16 rushing yards on six carries...Scored on a 56-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter, the longest reception by a running back in postseason franchise history and tied for 10th all-time in NFL postseason history...His 101 receiving yards were the most by a running back in franchise postseason history.

COLLEGE
Played in 38 games with 25 starts at Stanford...Entered NFL following junior season...Totaled 6,987 all-purpose yards finishing second in school history, and finished seventh in school history with 33 total touchdowns...Rushed for 3,922 yards, finishing third in school history, with 21 touchdowns on 632 attempts...Finished career second in school history with an average of 6.2 yards per carry and third with 19 100-yard rushing games...Posted 99 catches for 1,206 yards and 10 touchdowns...Averaged 26.4 yards on 56 kickoff returns for 1,479 yards and one touchdown...Generated an 11.2-yard punt return average on 34 returns for 380 yards and one touchdown...Heisman Finalist and AP Player of the Year after sophomore season...Two-time All-American...Two-time All-Pac-12 honoree...Led nation with 211.5 all-purpose yards per game in junior season...Set NCAA record with 3,864 all-purpose yards in sophomore campaign...Set then-school records for single-season rushing yards (2,019) single-game rushing yards (284) and consecutive 100-yard rushing games (9)...Became the first player in Rose Bowl history to have 100 rushing and 100 receiving yards while setting a Rose Bowl record with 368 all-purpose yards

PERSONAL
Attended Valor Christian HS in Highlands Ranch, Colo....Majored in communication at Stanford...Father, Ed, played wide receiver for the New York Giants from 1991-94, San Francisco 49ers in 1994 and Denver Broncos from 1994-2003.