McCaffrey recorded 175 scrimmage yards during Sunday's loss to Seattle, marking his eighth consecutive game with 100+ scrimmage yards and his 12th such game of the season overall, more than any other player in the NFL. And on a day where he went over 2,000 scrimmage yards for the season -- becoming the first Panther to do so -- the head coach of the opposing team took a moment to heap praise on Carolina's star running back.
Despite his team's struggles, running back Christian McCaffrey has been something special. The third-year running back, during Sunday's 30-24 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, became the first Carolina player to top 2,000 yards from scrimmage in a season.
Panthers safety Tre Boston refuses to believe Christian McCaffrey's incredible statistical season is all for naught. While Boston said McCaffrey's effort this season won't help the Panthers reach the playoffs, he believes it could help them lure top free agents next offseason.