Roger Craig, Terrell Davis Highlight Best NFL Backs Not In the Hall of Fame

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Published: April 6, 2009

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... then being a blocker or a tackler or in the case of Ray Guy, a punter.

Unless, of course, an injury lays your career low, leaving you in Hall limbo.

Gale Sayers was one of the very few great ones able to slash through a shortened career and run to Hall daylight. But he was also an electrifying punt and kick return specialist besides being one of the most dazzling runners of all time.

Lets look at some old running backs looking to hit that last Hall hole hard and plunge to bronze-bust glory.

 

Terrell Davis-Denver Broncos

TD was the man who finally carried John Elway to Super Bowl glory. His career was cut short by a knee injury, but not before he had already won two Super Bowl rings, two Offensive Player of the Year awards, and one NFL MVP award.

Davis was on the All-Decade team of the 1990's, averaged 4.6 yards a carry for his career, and made three Pro Bowl appearances.

 

Roger Craig...

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