*As winter drags on, we're circling back on some of the Wulf's Den of yore. *
Last September, we took a look at ' historic production on an inch-by-inch basis. Back then, after his first two games with the Eagles, Sproles ranked 20th in NFL history with 15,854 all-purpose yards. Fourteen games and 887 all-purpose yards later, Sproles now ranks 16th on that list.
|All-Time Leaders In All-Purpose Yards|
Where he's moved into the top 10, though, is on the all-time yards-per-inch leaderboard, where he ranked 15th six months ago. Now with 253.7 all-purpose yards per inch, Sproles ranks 10th, jockeying for position with Steve Smith, the only other active player on the list.
|All-Purpose Yards Per Inch|
If Sproles repeats his 2014 production, he'll close in on surpassing Marshall Faulk and breaking into the top five.