10. Tommie Agee (1990 – 1994)
Do you know who the primary fullback was during Emmitt Smith’s rookie season?
If you answered Tommie Agee, you got it right.
That year was 1990 and it was Agee’s best year in the NFL. He got the start while Daryl Johnston was dealing with an injury. Agee started 11 games and racked up 213 yards. He also caught 30 passes for 272 yards and one touchdown.
Agee would be regulated to special teams and Daryl Johnston’s backup for the remainder of his career. From 1991 to 1994, he would only have 36 more carries and 11 additional receptions. Although, in 1991, Agee would score his first and only rushing touchdown.
In 1992 and 1993, the Dallas Cowboys won back-to-back Super Bowls, and Agee was there every step of the way.
Tommie Agee was also a fullback for Bo Jackson when the two played at Auburn. His career was filled with some of the greatest runners the game has seen.
Without Johnston in front of him he could have had a stunning career as a starting fullback in Dallas. But he did everything that was asked of him and he did it well. For that reason he makes the all-time list.