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excluding kickers and punters and long snappers?
This came up in a quick scan of google:
How Long Is The Average Career Of An Nfl Player?. The career of the average NFL player tends to be short. The National Football League is extremely competitive, so players must compete hard to keep their jobs against new players entering the league every year. The injury rate among NFL players is also extremely high. Careers often end suddenly when players can no longer perform at a high level....
This post was edited by crimsonred124 2 years ago
I would imagin WR's would have the longest AVG
If you are a good QB..... I'd say they last the longest since there are so few good ones available and it's also the "key" position. Likewise Good Centers can play a while in the NBA as there is not a large supply of guys 6'10+ walking around.
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If you put in the long snappers,then albarn players have the longest careers
IF IT FEELS GOOD,YOU AIN'T DOING IT RIGHT!
True story. The worst player on my high school football team was the starting long snapper for Auburn about ten years ago. I'm not exaggerating when I say worst. He could barely run in a straight line and he couldn't block or tackle.
The linked article backs your opinion up.
Qbs at 4.4 (average including top stars and one time shot guys)...I wonder if the big contracts for the top ones, cheap contracts for the backups make this the case?
I would have thought it was OL for sure.
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