The 25 Most Elusive Running Backs of All Time

July 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Elusive (adj.): tending to elude; tending to avoid grasp or pursuit. The definition of elusive may lead you to think about certain NFL running backs such as Barry Sanders or Marshall Faulk. There are usually only three ways to evade a defender, and that is by blocking by them with pure speed, barreling through them with your shoulder, or juking them out and leaving the defender wondering what happened. Here's an homage to the backs who made a living doing the latter.Begin Slideshow

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