Curtis Martin is one of the greatest running backs in NFL history and is the second-greatest Jet in history. After playing tremendous football for three seasons with the Patriots to start his career, Martin went on to give the Jets seven Hall of Fame seasons.
He rushed for over 1,000 yards in every season of his career except his final one. He made three Pro Bowls with the Jets and was named a First-Team All-Pro in his career season of 2004.
In the 10th and final full season of his career, he led the league in carries with 371 and rushing yards with 1,697.
In 2005, Martin was attempting to become the first running back in history to start a career with 11 straight 1,000+ rushing yard seasons. He had 735 through the first 12 games, but a knee injury would end his season and ultimately his career.
Martin was only 32 years old and had he stayed healthy, could've broke the all-time rushing yards mark. He's currently fourth on the all-time list with 14,101 rushing yards, as Emmitt Smith has the all-time record with 18,355. Without a doubt, he'll be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.