After spending his first three seasons with the New England Patriots, Curtis Martin joined the Jets and became a fan favorite. Martin shined in New York, and not only did he produce, he was durable. Martin started every game at running back for the Jets from 1999-2004. 2004 was a career year for Martin, as he rushed for 1,697 yards and beat out Shaun Alexander by one yard for the rushing title.
Martin showcased his talent in New York and eventually became the fourth-leading rusher of all time. Curtis "My Favorite" Martin, as ESPN's Chris Berman would say, ran for 14,101 yards in his career, just behind Emmit Smith, Walter Payton and Barry Sanders.
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