The 32 Greatest Running Backs in NFL History

[post_page_title]Eric Dickerson [/post_page_title]
Hitting the ground running, Dickerson immediately announced himself in his rookie year, after being selected with the number two pick overall in the 1983 NFL Draft. In his first season in the league, he ran for 1,808 rushing yards to go along with 20 total touchdowns. For his efforts, he was elected Offensive Rookie of the Year and also became a Pro Bowl selection. In 1984, Dickerson broke the single-season record for most rushing yards in a season with 2,105 yards. He still holds this record to this day.

Eric Dickerson

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