Most Dominant Year: 1995

Prime Time is a relic from the 16-bit era, back when the game was all passing windows and arcade sound bites, and the Sega Genesis was en vogue. But man, was Deion good. Mid-1990s screen views limited how often you actually controlled defensive players, often forcing you to play a pass-rusher and rarely letting you roam the secondary. That made Sanders that much more valuable. We never saw his player rating, but he picked off enough balls for us to know he had a pretty good Catch rating.