As of the start of the 2007 season, Walter Payton has the second most career rushing yards in NFL history with 16,726. Emmitt Smith is first with 18,355 and Barry Sanders is third with 15,269.
In his first season (1990) with the Cowboys, Emmitt Smith rushed for 937 yards on 241 attempts for a 3.9 yard per rush average. He scored 11 rushing TDs that season.
John Riggins of the Washington Redskins with 24 rushing TDs in the 1983 season.
yes they can if you are good enough, i started as a freshman tonight for are first lacrosse game and scored the first goal of the season! they cant say you cannot start as a freshman if you are part of the varsity team, it is the coaches judgment if he thinks you will make an impact.
His first season was 1989. He rushed for 1,470 yards for a 5.3 yard average. He did that in 15 games, because he didn't play in the final game of the season.
To be competitive, a low 19 would be good. I run 18:09 as a freshman and is considered elite.
the first season is their freshman year of highschool, so we can assume that they are between the ages of 14 and 15.
In 1998, Terrell Davis became the first Denver Bronco to rush for more than 20 touchdowns in a season, finishing with 2,008 rushing yards and 21 rushing touchdowns. He also had 25 receptions that season for 217 yards and 2 TDs.
In Walter Payton's first NFL season (1975) he had 196 rushing attempts for 679 yards and caught 33 passes for 213 yards.
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