4. Joe Morris
Accolades: Two-time Pro Bowler, First Team All Pro, 1985 Super Bowl Champion, NFL leader in rushing TDs in 1985
Career stats: 64 games played, 1,318 attempts, 5,296 yards, 48 TDs
Joe Morris had arguably the best single season out of anyone on this list. However, a broken foot in 1989 would derail a once promising career. Morris was selected in the second round of the 1982 NFL Draft and after two non-productive seasons with the Giants, Morris would finally make his name known in the 1985 season. He rushed for 510 yards and four scores.
This was only the beginning for Morris, as in the following season he would rush for 1,336 yards and a league leading 21 TDs while making a Pro Bowl. Morris would not slow down in the playoffs, rushing for 173 yards.
Following the 1985 season, Morris would have yet another spectacular year, rushing for 1,516 yards and 14 TDs. This year, he made another Pro Bowl, his first All Pro selection, and even came in fourth for MVP voting. Morris would continue to play tremendously in the postseason, rushing for 313 yards and 4 TDs in three games, helping the NY Giants defeat the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl that same year.
Injuries hurt Morris later in his career, leading to him being released by the Giants. He would then sign with the Browns, playing one year before retiring. Injuries hurt him, but he surely made a monstrous impact in New York.