28. Marshall Faulk
Faulk was one part of the four-headed monster in St. Louis known as The Greatest Show on Turf. Faulk has over 12,200 yards rushing in his career, and helped the Rams win a Super Bowl in 1999. He won the NFL MVP in 2000, was a seven-time Pro Bowler, and a three-time All-Pro. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.
29. Eric Dickerson
Dickerson doesn’t get brought up in the conversation of greatest running backs of all time as much as he should. He still holds the record for most rushing yards in a season with 2,105 and is one of the most physically dominant running backs of all time. He has over 13,200 yards in his career and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999.
30. Terrell Davis
The Broncos legend had a brief career, but he accomplished so much in that time. He was an All-Pro in three straight seasons, including 1998 where he ran for over 2,000 yards. Davis was named MVP that season, and the Broncos won their second Super Bowl over the Falcons. Davis is one of the best running backs of all time, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017.
31. Jim Taylor
When the Packers were in the midst of their most dominant run, Taylor was the back getting the majority of the carries. Taylor led the NFL in carries twice, and was the league;s leading rusher in 1962. He helped the Packers win four NFL Championships and the first Super Bowl in NFL history. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1976.