Not only is Dolphins rookie running back De’Von Achane averaging an absurd 9.5 yards on his first 56 NFL carries, but consider this: His nine touchdowns in his first six career games is tied with Hall of Famer Gale Sayers for the second-most in NFL history, behind only Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson’s 10. Achane is also the fifth player all-time with at least two rushing touchdowns in three of his first six career games. And the NFL’s public relations department noted this: Achane has played more than five snaps in a game four times in his career and he has averaged 155 yards from scrimmage in those games. Here’s how many yards he has in those four games: Week 3 against Denver: 233 yards, four touchdowns Week 4 at Buffalo: 120 yards, two touchdowns Week 5 vs. the Giants: 165 yards, one touchdown Week 13 at Washington: 103 yards, two touchdowns Achane, who ran 17 times for 73 yards against Washington, played 37 of Miami’s 61 offensive snaps, compared to 23 for Raheem Mostert and five for Jeff Wilson Jr. Mostert’s 14 rushing touchdowns are two short of Ricky Williams’ single-season franchise record. And Mostert’s 16 overall TDs are two short of Mark Clayton’s single-season franchise record.