The 2000 St. Louis Rams were an offensive juggernaut, leading the league with 33.8 points per game and scoring on 46% of their drives. The engine of this machine was Marshall Faulk, the league’s MVP that season. His 26 touchdowns ranked him ahead of five entire teams in 2000.
In week 14, Faulk exploded against the 11-2 Vikings, scoring four touchdowns and finishing with 178 yards. It was a performance that his team desperately needed in a tight playoff race – and one that helped thousands of fortunate fantasy owners.
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