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    • By far the highlight of 2002 was on October 28, when during a home game against the Seattle Seahawks, Emmitt Smith broke the all-time NFL rushing record previously held by Walter Payton.Dallas Cowboys-Wikipedia
    • He held the record of 12,312 yards until it was broken by Walter Payton on October 7, 1984, during Payton's 10th NFL season.Jim Brown-Wikipedia
    • Located in Corporation Street, it was designed by the architect Walter Payton of Birmingham, who was one of 48 who entered the competition to design the building.Aberystwyth-Wikipedia
    • He is followed by running back Walter Payton, with 750 points.Chicago Bears-Wikipedia
    • Smith currently holds the NFL record in career rushing yards with 18,355, breaking the previous record held by Walter Payton, on October 27, 2002.Emmitt Smith-Wikipedia
    • The 14 touchdowns is the most among any non-quarterback in NFL history; the 6 interceptions is tied with Walter Payton for most thrown by a non-quarterback.Frank Gifford-Wikipedia

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