As good of a pick as both Gerald Riggs and Warrick Dunn would be here, William Andrews was a bad man who is quickly being lost to history.
Andrews was a four-time Pro Bowler who played in only five full seasons, but he managed to rush for 5,986 yards and would have had many more if not for injuries and circumstances.
As a 24-year-old rookie in 1979, Andrews rushed for 1,023 yards for a bad Falcons team. The following year, Andrews had 1300 yards rushing and made the Pro Bowl as the Falcons went 12-4, the best record to that point in their history.
He repeated the feat the following year and led the NFL in yards from scrimmage with over 2,000.
Then in 1982, a players' strike cut the season short by seven games, and Andrews had only 573 yards rushing, a total that was good for fifth in the NFC.
In 1983, Andrews enjoyed a career year, running for 1,567 yards and again going over the 2,000 total yards mark. He made his fourth straight Pro Bowl.
And then that was it. He suffered a major knee injury in the 1984 preseason and missed two full seasons, returning for five games in 1986 as a tight end.