Simple body language and mental shifts creates monumental shifts in your life’s results. Let’s repeat that, Barry Sanders said the reason he did Not celebrate in the End Zone is: “I did not want to look As If I had Never been in the End Zone Before, and As If I Would Never Be There Again.”
Sanders won Oklahoma State’s first Heisman following what was arguably the greatest season in the trophy’s history. The 5-8, 200-pounder set 34 NCAA records in 1988 on his way to college football immortality.
Barry Sanders fumbled 41 times in his career. StatMuse has season-level data for fumbles going back to the 1945 season.
Nicknamed “Sweetness,” Walter Payton is widely considered the greatest all-around running back of all time. He rushed for 16,726 yards which was an NFL record until 2002 when Emmitt Smith passed him.
Estimated PSA 10 Value: $200 First up is the most popular Barry Sanders rookie card of the three.
Sanders measured up at 5-foot-7 5/8, 203 pounds and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.37. I wish he was a little taller. Has Tony Dorsett-like ability as a runner, unbelieveable quickness (quickness grades above 80 percent). Great leg strength and vision.
Emmitt Smith is the all-time rushing leader of the National Football League (NFL) with 18,355 career rushing yards.
Eric Dickerson ( 2,105 Yards, 14 Touchdowns) Eric Dickerson is the record holder for the most rushing yards in a season, yet his 2,000-yard season is only fourth on this list.
NFL History – Rushing Touchdown Leaders
|Rushing Touchdown Leaders|
He joined MLB in 1986 and later joined the NFL and the L.A. Raiders in 1991, where he played for four years until an injury ended his career.
|No. 21 – New York Jets|
|NFL Draft:||2005 / Round: 3 / Pick: 65|
|San Francisco 49ers (2005–2014) Indianapolis Colts (2015–2017) Miami Dolphins (2018) Buffalo Bills (2019) New York Jets (2020–present)|