The 32 Greatest Running Backs in NFL History

[post_page_title]Gale Sayers[/post_page_title]
Also known as the “Kansas Comet,” Sayers was a highly elusive runner when he played for the Chicago Bears in the 1960’s. Another runner who took the league by storm from the start, Sayers had a ridiculous rookie season, in which he scored 22 rushing touchdowns. This number was aided by his record-setting six touchdown game against the San Francisco 49ers. While he accomplished this feat in his first year in the league, the single-game record still stands today. While knee injuries shortened his career, Sayers was still deserving of his 1977 induction into the Hall of Fame.

Gale Sayers

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