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Old 01-22-2013, 11:03 AM   #26 (permalink)
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If it wasn't for baseball, I would have to say Bo Jackson for the Raiders
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Marshall Faulk over Eric Dickerson
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i think Dillon's departure from Cincinnati was rough and might not be viewed as the best RB by Bengals fans. I know I can't stand the guy only due to his comments at departure.

If I had to choose a best RB for Cincinnati, it would be James Brooks and his 8 pro bowls.
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Ricky Williams is a terrible choice for the Dolphins. He had a monster 1,853 yard season followed by a 3.5 yards per carry season and he only topped 1,000 yards once more for the Dolphins. Not Dolphins GOAT RB in my opinion.
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Ricky Williams is a terrible choice for the Dolphins. He had a monster 1,853 yard season followed by a 3.5 yards per carry season and he only topped 1,000 yards once more for the Dolphins. Not Dolphins GOAT RB in my opinion.
Then who is? Once again.. Larry Csonka is a Hall of Fame FULLBACK lol..

Mercury Morris?
Ronnie Brown?
Kareem Abdul Jabbar? haha

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aren't fullbacks considered runningbacks since they are both in the backfield? seems like you're nitpicking.
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I like Charles in KC, Gore in SF and Rice in Baltimore.
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aren't fullbacks considered runningbacks since they are both in the backfield? seems like you're nitpicking.
Yes. Yes they are.
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aren't fullbacks considered runningbacks since they are both in the backfield? seems like you're nitpicking.
Is Tony Gonzalez the greatest receiver in Chiefs history? If you think yes.. then yes I am nit picking
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Then Mike Alstott for Bucs.
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If it wasn't for baseball, I would have to say Bo Jackson for the Raiders
Baseball didn't ruin his football career, and compared to Allen his stats aren't that great.
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Baseball didn't ruin his football career, and compared to Allen his stats aren't that great.
5.4 yards per carry is one of the best ever.
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Is Tony Gonzalez the greatest receiver in Chiefs history? If you think yes.. then yes I am nit picking
yes he was. A receiver is somebody that primarily catches the ball, runs routes, and blocks on running plays. Both WRs and TEs do this.

a Running back is somebody that primarily carries the ball, goes on routes, and lead-blocks. Both HBs and FBs do this.

If the thread was titled "Greatest Halfbacks in franchise history, then I'd agree with you about your arguments against Czonka. But the term running back applies to anybody that primarily lines up in the backfield behind the QB (or next to them in shotgun) and inside the tackle box.

in the wing T offense, a wingback could also be considered a running back despite lining up usually outside the tackle box but often going into motion through the box right before the snap.
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5.4 yards per carry is one of the best ever.
But 2700 yards in 4 seasons is not so great.
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I hate the 49ers and I have to say Gore > Craig. Yes, Craig had the franchise records previously and won championships but Gore IS better. He has broken Craig's records, and he did a majority of it when the 49ers SUCKED. He even get a ring in 2 weeks...hopefully not but he may.

Also, I am not saying that I disagree with Taylor for the Packers, but Ahman Green deserves some consideration. I still remember the play where he broke the Packer's rushing record! I believe Joe Buck said "Anyone who can break a Packer's franchise record has got to be pretty special" or something like that.
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Id say sayers over payton
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Statistically edgerin james was the best colts RB- however i agree with your slection of lenny moore
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I'd go Gerald Riggs over Anderson for the Falcons.
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Id say sayers over payton
Hold up.....What?
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I hate the 49ers and I have to say Gore > Craig. Yes, Craig had the franchise records previously and won championships but Gore IS better. He has broken Craig's records, and he did a majority of it when the 49ers SUCKED. He even get a ring in 2 weeks...hopefully not but he may.

Also, I am not saying that I disagree with Taylor for the Packers, but Ahman Green deserves some consideration. I still remember the play where he broke the Packer's rushing record! I believe Joe Buck said "Anyone who can break a Packer's franchise record has got to be pretty special" or something like that.
Green is in the conversation but his stats are still pretty similar to Taylor without the rings.

Taylor still gets the nod from me.
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Sayers is often times overlooked for his short time in the league but if you ever go back and actually watch his game film he was incredible. Dam shame about his knee. Any given play Sayers was capable of breaking the big play much like Barry Sanders. Not to mention that Sayers was the best Return man of his time
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Sayers is often times overlooked for his short time in the league but if you ever go back and actually watch his game film he was incredible. Dam shame about his knee. Any given play Sayers was capable of breaking the big play much like Barry Sanders. Not to mention that Sayers was the best Return man of his time
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Sayers is the Youngest HOFer ever.

Blew his knee out, but was just tearing up the league.

If he had played 12-13-14 seasons, this probably wouldn't even be a discussion.
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Sayers is often times overlooked for his short time in the league but if you ever go back and actually watch his game film he was incredible. Dam shame about his knee. Any given play Sayers was capable of breaking the big play much like Barry Sanders. Not to mention that Sayers was the best Return man of his time
Yes but to say he was better than Payton is a bit crazy. If he hadnt blown out his knee, maybe he would have been, but he did blow out his knee, so Walter is undoubtedly better. Injuries suck, but they are part of the game.
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:14 PM   #49 (permalink)
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Nice list Corbin. Here is mine for what it is worth.



49ERS - Perry
BEARS - Payton
BENGALS - Dillon
BILLS - Simpson
BRONCOS - Little
BROWNS - Brown
BUCS - Wilder
CARDINALS - Anderson
CHARGERS - Tomlinson
CHIEFS - Holmes
COLTS - Moore
COWBOYS - Smith
DOLPHINS - Csonka
EAGLES - Montgomery
FALCONS - Andrews
GIANTS - Barber
JAGUARS - Taylor
JETS - Martin
LIONS - Sanders
PACKERS - Taylor
PANTHERS - Williams
PATRIOTS - Martin
RAIDERS - Allen
RAMS - Dickerson
RAVENS - Lewis
REDSKINS - Riggins
SAINTS - Rodgers
SEAHAWKS - Alexander
STEELERS - Harris
TEXANS - Foster
TITANS - Campbell
VIKINGS - Peterson
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Sayers is the Youngest HOFer ever.

Blew his knee out, but was just tearing up the league.

If he had played 12-13-14 seasons, this probably wouldn't even be a discussion.
No, no, no, no...

We are not playing the IF game here.

Payton put up better numbers over his career than Sayers. Yes, Sayers may have been great, but he got injured... there are plenty of great players who have been injured who didn't make this list.
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