17. Jamal Lewis
After replacing the talented Priest Holmes in Baltimore, Jamal Lewis was one of the most phenomenal combinations of size and speed the league has ever seen.
Lewis also had one of the league’s best seasons for a running back in 2003.
In that season, Lewis rushed for 2,066 yards and scored 14 touchdowns. Lewis joined the 2,000 yard club that season and was within 50 yards of Erick Dickerson’s single-season rushing record.
Next: 16. Jerome Bettis