Anderson would lead the NFL in Interception Return Yards in both 1968 and 1970, with him posting eight Interceptions in both seasons. In 1972, Anderson began a three-year run of Pro Bowls, with the first two being First Team All-Pro seasons. Not so coincidentally, Anderson’s Miami Dolphins won the Super Bowl in both years, with the latter one seeing him win the Defensive Player of the Year with a league-leading eight picks. Anderson would also be used occasionally on punt returns and would have 1,338 All-Purpose Yards.The run of Anderson as an elite Safety ended in 1975 when he missed the entire season due to a knee injury. He came back for two seasons but was never the same. He retired with 34 Interceptions with 792 Interception Return Yards.