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Friday, January 2, 2009
Williams, Turner have been models of consistency

By Pat Yasinskas
ESPN.com

Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas

PHOENIX -- They didn't get the NFL's MVP award (that went to Peyton Manning), but Atlanta's Michael Turner and Carolina's DeAngelo Williams might have been the league's best running backs.

At least in terms of consistency, they were right near the top. Williams and Turner tied for second in the league in most 100-yard rushing games with eight each. They trailed only Minnesota's Adrian Peterson, who had 10. Tampa Bay's Earnest Graham and Carolina's Jonathan Stewart also had two 100-yard games each.

Here's a look at running backs who had at least two 100-yard games: