Article by Jarule Ray
We have created this article to present you with information about Walter Payton. Payton, a nine-time Pro Bowl selectee, once held the league’s record for most career rushing yards, touchdowns, carries, yards from scrimmage, all-purpose yards, and many other categories. Payton was equally admired for his off-the-field personality as well as for his football skills.The unique thing about my articles is that I inject a lot of facts. Very rarely will I distribute an article without doing analysis. When you read our articles you will observe that they are structured unorthodoxly, because we use limited paragraphs and provide a listing of facts. The format we use is liked by many of our readers, because the noteworthy facts are not lost in shallow paragraphs.
We have done a lot of research to uncover the facts that we have presented to you in this article. We are highlighting the facts we have learned via our research below. We urge you to pay attention to the facts. Most of you will find our facts a good starting point as you go on with researching:1. Payton began his football career in Mississippi, and went on to have an outstanding collegiate football career at Jackson State University where he was an All-American.2. Payton was equally admired for his off-the-field personality as well as for his football skills.3. Payton may not have had a Hall Of Fame offensive line, but his line was good enough at run blocking.4. I can only imagine how many yards Walter Payton would have had if he had played with Emmett Smith’s Offensive line. 5. Walter Payton was an American football running back who played for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League for thirteen seasons. 6. Walter Payton earned the nickname Sweetness from his football peers and the media; that was Walter’s style, and it served him well.KEEP READING — That’s right. Keep reading and you will find more information pertaining to Walter Payton. Directly below this paragraph we have added supplementary facts that should assist with your analysis:1. Payton appeared on a 1987 episode of Saturday Night Live; co-hosting with fellow football player Joe Montana.
2. Payton won the NFC rushing title five straight years from 1976 to 1980.
3. Payton set several team records, including most career rushing yards, receptions, and touchdowns.
4. Payton always played the game with the attitude that if he was going to get hit at the end of the play, he was going to dish out a little punishment of his own; something to make the defender remember him the next time they met. You have completed this article surrounding Walter Payton. At times readers may not find as much information as they were hoping to find and in those cases we recommend that you carry on your research. We can’t describe to you how amazing many of the new search strategies and search tools are if you make a decision to carry on your research on the computer. I never would have believed that people would use something other than Google for research, but many people are beginning to search on Bing. keep in mind that before we had the Internet, people could find great information at their Public Libraries and bookstores.