Put Emmitt Smith's accomplishments in some Super Bowl perspective. New England running back Corey Dillon has rushed for at least 1,100 yards in seven of eight seasons with the Patriots and Bengals ... and he's barely halfway to Smith's all-time rushing record. Talk about lapping the field.
According to reports from many sources, including ESPN's John Clayton and Chris Mortensen, the most prolific runner in the history of football will retire this offseason after 13 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals. So will Smith retire as the best running back in history, or simply the running back with the best numbers? Did he stick around too long? And what do the Cardinals do next?