Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette didn't have a particularly notable first half of the season after joining his new team this offseason, but he turned it on to close out the regular season. Fournette has stepped up his play in the playoffs as well, doing it all for the Bucs en route to a Super Bowl LV appearance.
Fournette has earned himself the "Playoff Lenny" nickname for his tendency to show up when it matters most, and he recently showed off an amazing hat with his new mantra.
In both of Fournette's trips to the playoffs, he's dominated.
As the Jacksonville Jaguars' No. 1 option in 2017, Fournette totaled 286 yards from scrimmage and 4 TDs during the his team's march to the AFC Championship. Fournette lit up the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Divisional Round for 109 yards on the ground and 3 rushing TDs that postseason.
Now with the Buccaneers, Fournette has 313 yards from scrimmage in their three playoff games so far. The RB has scored a touchdown in each round, with 2 rushing and 1 through the air.
It's been quite the showing for the former No. 4 overall pick after being waived by his former team last offseason, and it's sure to draw him some attention as a free agent in 2021.
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