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Marshall Faulk: The Top 10 Moments in Faulk's Hall of Fame Career
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What is there to say about Marshall Faulk?

Faulk was brilliant, a master of his craft. He turned playing the position of running back into an art form. Every Sunday, people couldn't help but marvel as Faulk danced on his turf-covered canvas with such ease and fluidity that he appeared to be on a whole separate level from everyone else.

That is exactly what Faulk was on throughout his career—a separate level that not many other players in the history of the game could touch. 

Faulk came into the league in 1994 with the Indianapolis Colts. A three-time All-American out of San Diego State University, the running back had big expectations, and he never disappointed. By the time the dust settled on his career, he had put up incredibly fascinating statistics:

- 12,279 rushing yards (10th all-time)

- 6,875 receiving yards

- 136 touchdowns

- 125 plays of 20-plus yards

- Three-time NFL Offensive Player of the Year

- Seven-time Pro Bowl selection

- 2000 NFL MVP

- Three-time first-team All-NFL selection

So how do you pick out 10 great moments from a career that was full of them? It is pretty difficult, but here at Bleacher Report, we are going to give it our best shot. Without further ado, I present to you the 10 greatest moments from Marshall Faulk's wonderful career.

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