Shady followed up his first 1000-yard season in 2010 by ranking fourth in rushing with 1309 yards in 2011. He also led the league in rushing touchdowns (17) and total touchdowns (20).
While many of the league's backs are either succumbing to injuries or tailing off because of other factors, Shady has risen up in the ranks to join the likes of Matt Forte, Arian Foster and Ray Rice at the top of the totem pole.
His consistency is exceeded only by his big-play ability—one that has drawn comparisons to Barry Sanders.
Without further ado, let's get into it!