Ambassador for Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac
Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac is proud to partner with NFL Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk as well as LPGA Golf Professional, Sydnee Michaels who are both enjoying their Cadillac’s from Paradise.
Marshall Faulk first enjoyed a fantastic career at San Diego State University (SDSU) and left holding many of the school’s all-time offensive records. At that time Faulk was also ranked second on the NCAA’s all-time list of most career touchdowns (62). A versatile running back, Faulk not only ran the football well, he was also an excellent receiver. He was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts with the second overall pick of the 1994 NFL Draft. He made an immediate impact with the Colts by rushing for 1,282 yards and 11 touchdowns, and catching 52 passes for 522 yards and another score. After the 1998 season, Faulk was traded to the St. Louis Rams and picked up right where he left off with the Colts. That season he accumulated 1,381 yards rushing and 1,048 yards receiving. He was also named Offensive Player of the Year and led the Rams to a Super Bowl championship. Faulk was named NFL MVP in 2000 with over 2,000 yards of total offense and 26 total touchdowns (an NFL record at that time). Faulk, a seven-time Pro Bowler, ended his career with 12,279 career rushing yards (tenth all-time), 100 career rushing touchdowns (seventh all-time), 6,875 receiving yards, 36 receiving touchdowns, and 19,154 total yards from scrimmage. In August 2011, Marshall received the highest honor in football when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio as a first ballot nominee.
- 1-NFL Most Valuable Player Award (2000)
- 3--Consecutive Offensive Player of the Year Awards (1999 - 2001)
- 4.8--Career average per carry with the Rams, franchise record
- 10--The number of 200 total yards games with the Rams (14 in his career)
- 26--Number of touchdowns scored in 2000, then an NFL record
- 58--Rushing touchdowns as a Ram, a franchise record
- 85--Touchdowns as a Ram, a franchise record
- 100--The number of career rushing touchdowns scored, tied for 7th in NFL history
- 136--Career touchdowns, sixth in NFL history
- 204--Career high receiving yards total (on 12 receptions) vs. Chicago 12/26/99, at that time the most by an NFL running back since 1965
- 286--Career-high total yards gained vs. Atlanta on Oct. 15, 2000 (25-208-1 rushing, 7-78-0 receiving)
- 519--Three-game rushing yards total vs. Oakland (10/13/02), vs. Seattle (10/20/02) and @ Arizona (11/3/02), the highest three-game rushing total of his career. He joined Hall of Famers Jim Brown, O.J. Simpson, and Earl Campbell as the only players to have at least three consecutive 150-yard rushing games.
- 561--Playoff rushing yards with the Rams, a franchise record
- 767--Career receptions, second in NFL history among running backs
- 1,070--Total yards in playoffs with Rams, a franchise record
- 6,875--Career receiving yards, most by a running back in NFL history.
- 11,031--Total net yards with Rams, a franchise record
- 12,279--Career rushing yards, tenth in NFL history
- 19,154--Career yards from scrimmage, fourth in NFL history