Jerome Bettis / Los Angeles Rams 1994 Nfl Starting Lineup Action Figure And Exclusive Nfl Collector Trading Card
- JEROME BETTIS / LOS ANGELES RAMS 1994 NFL Starting Lineup Action Figure and Exclusive NFL Collector Trading Card
- Originally released in 1998 - Retired / Out of production.
- Ages 4 and up.
- From Kenner.
- Displayed figure stands approximately 4 inches tall. Includes helmet and one Exclusive NFL Starting Lineup Trading Card.
- Size: 4 Inch
JEROME BETTIS / LOS ANGELES RAMS 1994 NFL Starting Lineup Action Figure and Exclusive NFL Collector Trading Card. While Bettis finished with 1,542 much more yards than Franco Harris on the NFL's all-time rushing list, Harris remains the Steelers all-time top rusher because 3,091 of those yards came while Bettis was with the Rams. Includes helmet and 1 Exclusive NFL Starting Lineup Trading Card. Louis for the 1995 season. Ages 4 and up. Bettis won the NFL Comeback Player employing the Year award in 1996, and in 2002 he was the recipient of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Bettis stated he believed he could still help a NFL team with his operating. Bettis finished his 13 NFL seasons as the NFL's 5th all-time leading rusher with 13,662 yards and 91 touchdowns. Displayed figure stands approximately 4 inches tall. Jerome Bettis was picked inside the first round (10th overall) from the 1993 NFL draft by the Los Angeles Rams. As a rookie he flourished under Chuck Knox's ground-oriented offense. Brooks asked Bettis to move to fullback for the upcoming 1996 season or if he preferred to turn into traded. On April 20, 1996, he was traded to the Pittsburgh Steelers with a 3rd round pick in the 1996 NFL Draft in exchange for a second round choice in precisely the same draft and a fourth round selection inside the 1997 NFL Draft. He quickly earned the nickname"The Battering Ram"as he rushed for 1,429 yards, and was named a First-team All-pro and Offensive Rookie in the Year. He rushed for more than 1,000 yards in each of his initial two seasons with the Rams. The Rams moved to St. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, and 2004. New coach Rich Brooks instituted a much more pass-oriented offense, a significant cause why Bettis was restricted to 637 yards-a significant dropoff from his 1993 and 1994 totals. From Kenner. He also caught 200 passes for 1,449 yards and 3 touchdowns.
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