All-Time Football greats list

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  1. d-rell

    d-rell New Member

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    Top 5 QB's

    1.) Dan Marino
    2.) Peyton Manning
    3.) Joe Montana
    4.) Len Dawson
    5.) Steve Young

    Top 5 RB's

    1.) Barry Sanders
    2.) Jim Brown
    3.) Walter Payton
    4.) O.J. Simpson
    5.) LaDainian Tomlinson

    Top 5 WR's

    1.) Jerry Rice
    2.) Marvin Harrison
    3.) Randy Moss
    4.) Don Hutson
    5.) Chris Carter

    Top 10 Defensive Players

    1.) Lawrence Taylor
    2.) Ray Lewis
    3.) Reggie White
    4.) Randy Gradishar
    5.) Mike Singletary
    6.) Joe Greene
    7.) Jack Lambert
    8.) Bruce Smith
    9.) Ronnie Lott
    10.) Rod Woodson

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    DERRICK THOMAS RAY NITSHKI[HOWEVER U SPELL IT] DICK BUTKUS DEON SANDERS[SOFT AS HELL BUT STILL SICK] STEVE ATWATER DECON JONES DICK LEBEAU[HOWEVER U SPELL THAT] ED REED TROY POLAMALU
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  3. PiffInDaHamper

    PiffInDaHamper New Member

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  5. Your Idol

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    only person i disagree with is not having ed reed on your list for defensive players.
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  6. toker

    toker My Money Grow On Trees

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    just as bad as ur other thread
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  7. Nam Dekan

    Nam Dekan i got a tip in my pocket

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    What is the explanation for Len Dawson in the top 5?
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  8. Shadow

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    those are terrible lists....seriously
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  9. Vintage Tox

    Vintage Tox One Hundred Percent

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    lmfao @ not having Marshall Faulk in your top 5.

    another post of absolute failure
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  10. d-rell

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    Are you kidding dude, I mean seriously Adrian Peterson's only been in the league THREE years and you're ranking him above LT in a greatest of all-time list. You've got to be joking. Stop getting all emotional w/ the failure joint lol, I would've gladly placed my list in your thread but your thread is dead, the last what 30 post are like back and forth spam post. And for the record Walter Payton is in no way, shape, or form even remoting close to eclipsing Barry Sanders as the best running back of all-time.. in my humble opinion. Barry Sanders thoughout his career avg. about a yard and a half more per carry than Walter Payton.. seriously like a whole yard and some per every hand-off.

    Len Dawson happens to be the only quarterback to my knowledge to lead the NFL in passer rating for six or seven seasons during the 60's. He lead the in touchdowns for four, and was the most accurate passer of his time. He lead the Chiefs to multiple division championships and two super bowls (one of which they won in the 1969-1970 season) throughout the 60's without the talent that Jonny U had around him.

    Some dude mentioned Marshall Faulk, and I actually struggle with that question. I would probably have Faulk at number six or seven, but to Faulk over any of my top 5 would be borderline retarded. LT for example was - and many people don't seem to account for this - has some of the best hands coming out of the backfield that the games ever seen. He's up there with Roger Craig, go peep his receiving stats.

    John Elway is perhaps the most overrated QB of all-time. Donovan McNabb for example, without the weapons namely Shannon Sharpe that Elway had has posted a better career passer rating, McNabb has far more rushing yards than Elway, and surprisingly a better career winning pct%. The one thing Elway has is two super bowls but then again Bob Griese has two as well, and I don't believe he'd win anyones approval to be on a top 10 QB list. Bradshaw had what four... Besides Elway wasn't even the key offensive weapon behind their victories, any unbias person would admit that Terrell Davis was the key to the Bronco's super bowl winning offenses. So I'm saying it here DONOVAN MCNABB IS A BETTER QB THAN JOHN ELWAY numbers don't lie; besides McNabb's career isn't finished yet he still got potential to climb up the greatest of all-time list.

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  11. Vintage Tox

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    stupid fuck
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  12. d-rell

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    yea.. whatever son

    if you don't have some intellect or at least a point go find another thread.. preferably one for lame juveniles such as yourself smell me..


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  13. Vintage Tox

    Vintage Tox One Hundred Percent

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    those lists suck incredibly large piles of shit...stupid faggot hahaha
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  14. toker

    toker My Money Grow On Trees

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    ur qb list is all fucked up

    how do u have marino/manning but no farve?

    steve young??

    jim brown > barry

    m harrison is way too high n prob not top 5... im iffy on carter but can see a case being made

    and u overrate Lbs on ur D list.. Dline >> LBS
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  15. d-rell

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    your seem obsessed with me.. go away, go find a hobby or something herb


    @Piff You know I forgot to say Favre is overrated to. You know he threw "29" INT's in one season, thats got to be a record. Tom Brady would go over him.

    My top 10 QB list would go:

    1. Marino
    2. Manning
    3. Montana
    4. Dawson
    5. Young
    6. Brady
    7. Favre
    8. Fouts
    9. Elway
    10. Moon


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  16. d-rell

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    Okay.. but Lawrence Taylor was the greatest defensive player of all time. Don't take my word for it, he's the only 3X defensive player of the year according the Associated Press.

    Harrison not top 5 ????? What did he refuse to autograph your football when you were a shorty or something? You're kidding me...



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  17. Vintage Tox

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    lmfao @ how stupid that response was hahaha..

    what a fucking idiot
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  18. Vintage Tox

    Vintage Tox One Hundred Percent

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    I would really appreciate it if you could delete those lists and create much smarter ones, thank you very much.
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  19. PiffInDaHamper

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    thats the worst fucking list i ever seen




    you obviously dont know anything
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  20. toker

    toker My Money Grow On Trees

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    u realize that LT played in a 34 right?


    huge difference



    marvin had peyton throwin the ball an played in a dome his whole career yet never seperated himself from TO or Moss.. not top 5 for me
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