Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos had the most rushing yards in 1998. He had 2008 yards and was the fourth running back in NFL history to rush for over 2000 yards.
Frank Gore with 110 rushing yards.
That was Eric Dickerson of the Indianapolis Colts with 1,659 rushing yards.
Joseph Addai of the Colts who had 77 rushing yards
For a career that is Michael Vick with 7.1 yards per rushing attempt (through 10 games of the 2010 season). Most of the career leaders in this category are quarterbacks. The running back with the highest yards per rushing attempt is Marion Motley at 5.7. For a single season, the record is held by Vick of the 2006 Falcons and running back Beattie Feathers of the 1934 Bears with 8.4 yards per rushing attempt.
Ahmad Bradshaw (New York Giants) with 72 rushing yards.
Seattle Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander lead the NFL in rushing yards in 2005. He amassed 1,880 yards on the ground, 20 yards more then the runner up, NY Giants Tiki Barber who had a total of 1,860 yards.
Terrell Davis - 2,008 yards.
Ahmad Bradshaw had 72 yards.
Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos led the NFL in rushing yardage in 1998 with 2,008 yards.
Steelers running back Willie Parker rushed for 53 yards on 19 carries.
I think Walter Payton did have the record over Jim Brown, but i think Emmit Smith Broke the record. Walter Payton had all 13 Seasons with 1000 rushing yards or more, and had the record for most yards in a game, but i think it was broken just recently. But i do still think Walter Payton is the Best Running Back of all time. ---- As of the 2008 season, that record is held by Jim Brown with 104.3 rushing yards per game. Barry Sanders is second at 99.8 rushing yards per game and Terrell Davis is third at 97.5. Payton is 8th with 88.0 rushing yards per game and Emmitt Smith is 17th at 81.2.