Jim Strong with 404 rushing yards.
OJ Simpson led the Bills in rushing in 1972.
The New Orleans Saints had 51 rushing yards in Superbowl 44.
Jamal Anderson led the NFC with 1,846 rushing yards in 1998.
One of the statistics kept in football is rushing yards. A 'rushing title' basically means the same as 'who led the league in rushing yards'. The player that wins a 'rushing title' is the player 'who led the league in rushing yards'. Rushing yards are accrued when an offensive player advances the ball past the line of scrimmage without the aid of a forward pass.
In 2005, McGahee led in rushing yards with 1,247, with Williams coming way behind in second with only 161 yards rushing.
Stephen Davis led the team in rushing that year with 1,318 yards. Larry Centers was second with 103 yards.
For rushing attempts, Travis Henry led the Broncos with 167. Selvin Young was second with 140. For rushing yards, Selvin Young led the Broncos with 729. Travis Henry was second with 691.
LaDainian Tomlinson led the NFL in rushing touchdowns in 2004 with 17.
Garrison Hearst with 1,570 yards.