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Marshall Faulk – Want to hear a mindboggling statistic? Marshall Faulk finished his career with 767 receptions. That’s more catches than actual receivers such as Chad Johnson, Michael Irvin, Andre Rison and Eric Moulds. In fact, Faulk is just one of two players to have 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in one season. Overall, Faulk is 10th all-time with 12,279 rushing yards and scored 136 total touchdowns in his career. Faulk was often underappreciated in pass heavy offenses, but his versatility and playmaking ability helped the St. Louis Rams win the Super Bowl in 1999. While he may not be mentioned enough, Faulk is a Top 10 running back of all time. Source Randy Chambers // SportsChatPlace.com
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