Terrell Davis is synonymous with “greatest draft steal of all-time” and when you look at his body of work during his eight year stint, its easy to see why he has been given that honor.
The 1995 sixth-round pick out of the University of Georgia wasn’t expected to play a key role out of the backfield for the Denver Broncos under head coach Mike Shanahan. However, after dazzling Shanahan and the rest of his staff during the dog days of training camp, he got the nod to be the starting tailback out of the gate.
Doesn’t this sound like a similar story for Redskins fans? (Hint, hint: Think Alfred Morris)
Davis churned out over 1,000 yards in his debut, however, his reign of dominance didn’t truly kick into gear until his second season in 1996.
Recently, Shanahan mentioned Morris in the same breath as Davis stating that “[Morris] really is [a one-of-a-kind]…
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