1. Marshall Faulk
Nobody did it better. LaDainian Tomlinson was close, but Faulk’s prime was untouchable.
Owning Faulk was like having two top players jammed into one fantasy position. He gave you top-five running back numbers, and then threw in 80-90 catches on top. Simply the best of his era.
Finished no worse than 17th at the position from 1995-2003. Finished in the top seven in six of his first seven years, with No. 1 overall finishes in 2000 and 2001, seasons where he averaged 1,371 rushing yards, 798 receiving yards.