Fading fullbacks: Once NFL staple, position keeps declining
In their 27-24 win, the Chiefs only scored once without Patrick Mahomes or Travis Kelce.
Michael Burton, who dove into a crowd at the line of scrimmage, warming the hearts of elderly coaches.
In the 1930s and 1940s, Hall of Famers Bronco Nagurski and John Henry Johnson made fullback a glamorous position.
However, Larry Csonka was the last admitted, and his final season was 1979, when the position was already declining.
However, roster constraints and salary cap restrictions have made fullbacks almost extinct in the previous two decades, forcing general managers to favour versatile players.
Taking into consideration the absence of gravity and other space-specific factors might be challenging.
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