So true. Tom Rathman finished his NFL career with a total of 4, 704 yards from scrimmage - 2,020 rushing yards to go along with 2,684 receiving yards along with 34 touchdowns. Pretty impressive, really. He played in the "West Coast Offense" architected by Bill Walsh which purists called a "finesse" offense. Rathman was anything but "finesse" and neither was the offense. It's difficult to find good quality or quantity highlights from him on YouTube. It's like they recycle the same twelve or so highlights from him during his entire NFL career and the rest are memory-holed and have the quality from the Red Grange era as Don has mentioned. I remember when "West Coast Offense" was sort of a buzz word back then and into the 90's and even 2000's. However, the teams that supposedly implemented it never really succeeded, at least at the level of the 49'ers, because they never utilized the FB the way Bill Walsh's version did.