Fourth and One
It’s hard to select, from the top of this list,
Some say he’s the greatest To ever exist.
A very small few, You’ve drafted so many,
Out of the backfield, To carry pig skinny.
So cold in Chicago, Some fans will be freezing,
Head made of Iron, A Bear only one season.
Never a field goal, The Sweetness is here,
It’s time to be Raiders, And drink all the beer.
So many have played, Now Warrick is Dunn,
Just Marshall Faulk it, Only fourth and one.
Titans are tough, But these Lions are scary,
You thought it was close, You’re team just got Barry’d.
A Bill or a Bronco, Or Thomas the train,
OJ is still running, On glory and fame.
On this field, They call the grid iron,
Ten thousand yards rushing, Before you’re retiring.
Football is full of backs that can run,
it isn’t decided, who’s number won.
Some say it’s the man, The man in the Brown,
No one can stop him, From the first down.
He played up in Cleveland, Or was it Green Bay,
They say he’s amazing, Others say Okoye.
From left to right:
Earl Campbel (1978-1985), Eddie George (1996-2004) ,LaDainian Tomlinson (2001-2011) ,Warrick Dunn (1997-2008), Gale Sayers (1965-1971), Terrell Davis (1995-2001), Barry Sanders (1989-1998), Adrian Peterson (2007-2021), Emmitt Smith (1990-2004), Eric Dickerson (1983-1993), Roger Craig (1983-1993), Marshall Faulk (1994-20060, Marcus Allen (1982-1997), Thurman Thomas (1988-2000), Oj Simpson (1969-1979), Walter Payton (1975-1987), Christian Okoye (1987-1992), Jim Brown (1957-1965)
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