6. Marshall Faulk
Most Dominant Year: 2003
The 2003 coverboy was the finest tailback of the PlayStation 2 era, simply because he could do it all. They didn't come any more versatile than Faulk, who topped 1,300 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving in 1999. He was strong enough to run it up the gut, fast enough to get to the edge, and he was a QB's best friend as an outlet receiver, with better hands than the likes of Marvin Harrison. If you had Faulk on your team, you were already off to a good start.