"All they do is score touchdowns".
The following countdown is set to reveal the most productive "touchdown-backs" in NFL history.
Not just in regards to total touchdowns produced, but in respects to carries-till-touchdown.
To have qualified for this countdown, each runningback included had to have scored a minimum of 75 total rushing touchdowns.
While the receiving aspect of the game is indeed an intrigal part of the NFL (both past and present), it will not play a role in this specific countdown as the objective was instead to analyze a runningback's ability to hit pay dirt on the ground.
Worthy of consideration is the fact that while additional carries certainly increased each back's opportunity to produce more rushing touchdowns, continuing to play past one's prime would then serve to reduce the respective back's carries-till-touchdown average.
With the disclaimers now set aside, lets kick off the countdown and work our way to a number one selection that is guaranteed to shock most readers.