Following a Super Bowl-winning campaign in Baltimore, running back Ray Rice checked in at No. 13 on NFL Network's annual "Top 100" list.
Terrell Davis, however, holds the Ravens' All-Pro in much higher regard.
Appearing on Thursday's edition of "NFL AM," Davis named Rice the NFL's second-best back behind Adrian Peterson.
Fans of Arian Foster, Marshawn Lynch, LeSean McCoy, Chris Johnson, Alfred Morris, and Doug Martin might have something to say about that.
However, Rice is a key cog in what has become a championship offense, and is just about as consistent as consistent gets. He's totaled at least 1,200 yards on the ground in three of the last four seasons, and also is one of the game's best receivers out of the backfield.
Still only 27-years-old and the clear-cut starter, Rice will be out to prove that Davis' praise is indeed justified. For now, let this serve as a nice refresher of his talents.