Jim Taylor provided the inside punch to Vince Lombardi's Run-To-Daylight running game during the glory years of the Green Bay Packers. The LSU alum teamed with Paul Hornung in the most potent rushing tandem of the period.
Taylor played from 1958-66 for the Packers, became the team's all-time rusher with 8,207 yards and ran for more than 1,000 yards in five consecutive seasons (1960-64).
Taylor had 26 games of over 100 yards rushing and was picked to the Pro Bowl five times. He finished his career with the New Orleans Saints, but will always be known as a Packer.