Now, the third installment!
As a Charger, he rushed for over 12,000 yards, carried the ball 2,880 times, was named league MVP, and ranked 8th all-time in rushing yards.
He's rushed for more touchdowns and rushing yards than anybody in NFL history.
In his first 2 seasons in the NFL, he returned balls for 11 touchdowns. He's now a promising wide receiver.
Even though he had Hall of Famers around him, Moore still put up great stats. He rushed for 63 touchdowns, 5,174 yards, and averaged 4,8 yards per carry.
In the 1970s, the Raiders were a team not to be messed with, and Biletnikoff was one of their great wideouts. He was a Super Bowl MVP and 1988 Pro Football Hall of Famer.
He's 3rd all-time in interceptions, 1,483 interception yards, and returned 12 interceptions for touchdowns.
This first ballot Hall of Famer went to 12 consecutive Pro Bowls and recovered 21 fumbles.
Faulk redefined the running back position. He was not only a threat rushing, but he was a threat receiving. He's the 2nd back in NFL history to rush for 1,000 yard and receive for 1,000 yards.
This running back was a 6-time Pro Bowler and rushed for more yards in a season than anybody in NFL history.
He accomplished a lot in 8 seasons. He was league MVP, Super Bowl MVP, a member of the 1990s All-Decade team, and rushed for 2,000 yards in a season. I say he belongs in the Hall of Fame.