Another possibility besides Mark Brunell and Tony Boselli is running back Fred Jackson, who played 11 off his 13 NFL seasons in Jacksonville and rushed for 11,271 yards and 62 touchdowns as a Jaguar.
There are 28 running backs from the modern era in the Hall of Fame. Taylor's 11,695 career rushing yards ranks 17th on the all-time rushing list, and everyone in front of him is in Canton except for Adrian Peterson and Frank Gore, who both are still active and will be enshrined after they retire.
Some of the Hall of Fame running backs behind Taylor on the all-time rush list include John Riggins (11,352 career rushing yards), O.J. Simpson (11,236), Joe Perry (9,723), Earl Campbell (9,407), Jim Taylor (8,597), Larry Csonka (8,081) and Terrell Davis (7,607).
Taylor never won a ring and played in a small market on some bad teams, but he could ball.