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Barry Sanders, whether you agree with me or not, is the greatest running back of all time. Not Emmit Smith. Barry Sanders. #20. Smith had a great O-line in front of him as well as a great QB who had great receivers, providing a balanced attack. Barry was IT for the Lions. They had some good WR's, but never a great QB, and a piss-poor O-line throughout his career. Take that into account & compare stats again. Sanders wins by a mile. Its a shame he never had a chance to compete for a title.
Greatest Moments in Chicago History
Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton passed Jim Brown (12,312 yards) as the all-time rushing leader in the third quarter of the Bears' 20-7 victory over New Orleans in October 1984. Payton took a pitchout from quarterback Jim McMahon and dashed into the record books with a 6-yard run. As soon as the play was over, cameramen and photographers rushed onto the field to capture Payton exchanging high-fives with teammates. Payton finished the game with 154 yards, his record-setting 59th career...
The Greatest Pure Athletes of All Time
Bo Jackson ... I'd say the best NFL running back of all time. Had he not been injured, he would have put up some prolific numbers. Only RB in history to have two TD runs of 90 or more yards. Mixture of speed and strength. Add to that his baseball career ... man, what an athlete. Also, was the best video game running back of all time ... in the Techmo Bowl game on the first Playstation.