Betts is a rather unusual one-season wonder because he spent nine seasons in the NFL. However, his impact was rather limited outside the 2006 seasons. With Clinton Portis hurt, Betts started nine games for Washington, rushing for over 1,100 yards while also catching 53 passes for another 445 yards. Along the way, he became the only player in Redskins history to have back-to-back games with 150 yards rushing.
However, Betts didn’t produce much after that. He returned to being a backup the following year. He started just two games before the 2006 season and three games after it. Outside of that one season, Betts had an unexceptional career and isn’t remembered much except by Washington fans who have a great memory.