Simply....The Best

Simply....The Best

Postby DirtDawg » 23 Jan 2007, 16:36

By now, kids, you know the drill. This one is for NFL only. Let's giddyup!!

Oakland Raiders:
Bo Jackson
Marcus Allen
Tim Brown

Coaching:
Madden
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Postby Brick Tamland » 23 Jan 2007, 16:40

Da Bears!

Sweetness
Butkus
Sayers

Papa Bear Halas
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Postby the cheese » 23 Jan 2007, 16:43

Brick Tamland wrote:Da Bears!

Sweetness
Butkus
Sayers
Natural Disaster: Ditka
Midget: Mini-Ditka


Coach
Papa Bear Halas



Honorable Mention: Singletary, Dent, Luckman, Ditka
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Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 23 Jan 2007, 16:47

Eagles:

Chuck Bednarik
Randall Cunningham
Brian Dawkins

Coach: Andy Reid


Dis-Honorable Mention Last place: Donovan McNabb
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Postby Dr Jeckyll » 23 Jan 2007, 16:48

Some more honorable mentions: Dan Hampton, Steve McMichael, Red Grange, Bronco Nagurski, and in a few years maybe Brian Urlacher.
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Postby Tremendous_sidePotential » 23 Jan 2007, 20:37

Bucs (in no particular order)

Leeroy Selmon
Derrick Brooks
John Lynch
Ricky Bell
Doug Williams
Warrick Dunn
Keenan McCardell
Steve Young
Mike Alstott
Ronde Barber
Dexter Jackson
Warren Sapp
Hardy Nickerson
Santana Dotson
Kevin House
Donnie Abraham
David Logan
Tony Dungy
Monte Kiffin
John McKay

Maybe Cadillac

Dishonorable Mention: Kenyatta Walker Chris Simms, Tim Wansley, Charlie Garner, Tim Brown, Martin Gramatica, Jermaine Phillips, Alvin Harper, Rob Johnson
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Postby Ogie Oglethorpe » 23 Jan 2007, 20:43

The Pats have one HOF:
John Hannah
One who should be:
Gino Cappelleti
One who will be:
Brady
and I still say that Adam will always be remembered as a Pat so I think he should count.
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Postby The1984GeorgetownHoyas » 23 Jan 2007, 22:22

Ogie Oglethorpe wrote:The Pats have one HOF:
John Hannah
One who should be:
Gino Cappelleti
One who will be:
Brady
and I still say that Adam will always be remembered as a Pat so I think he should count.


Rodney "Forearm Shiver Giver" Harrison should be too. And of course The Gloom will get elected after he retires from coaching. Other than that (and the ones you mentioned), bubkis. I won't bother with all the Steelers, but Carnell Lake and Greg Lloyd never got the respect they deserved, in my humble opinion. Oh, and Dermonti Dawson. And Kevin Greene. And Kord--
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Postby Ogie Oglethorpe » 23 Jan 2007, 22:23

The1984GeorgetownHoyas wrote:
Ogie Oglethorpe wrote:The Pats have one HOF:
John Hannah
One who should be:
Gino Cappelleti
One who will be:
Brady
and I still say that Adam will always be remembered as a Pat so I think he should count.


Rodney "Forearm Shiver Giver" Harrison should be too. And of course The Gloom will get elected after he retires from coaching. Other than that (and the ones you mentioned), bubkis.
wouldn't you put Rodney with SD?
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Postby The1984GeorgetownHoyas » 23 Jan 2007, 22:31

Ogie Oglethorpe wrote:
The1984GeorgetownHoyas wrote:
Ogie Oglethorpe wrote:The Pats have one HOF:
John Hannah
One who should be:
Gino Cappelleti
One who will be:
Brady
and I still say that Adam will always be remembered as a Pat so I think he should count.


Rodney "Forearm Shiver Giver" Harrison should be too. And of course The Gloom will get elected after he retires from coaching. Other than that (and the ones you mentioned), bubkis.
wouldn't you put Rodney with SD?


Tough to say. He took out Trent Green with the Chargers, and certainly cut his teeth in S.D., but if he didn't go to New England and win some rings, would he be any more known than Andre "Muddy" Waters? Big hitting safeties haven't gotten much love in Canton. Atwater and Tatum aren't in, and they won rings. And while Lott is in, he made his name as a corner first. I'm not a Pats fan at all, but Harrison is one guy I've always respected. Him and Dawkins seem utterly fearless and have always had a nose for the ball, especially at crunch time. In the memory of the public, I think Harrison goes down as a Pat.
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Postby IhateTomBrady » 23 Jan 2007, 22:34

The New Orleans Saints, whose only HOF caliber players will go in as a Chief and the other is a kicker (who'll probably go as a Falcon):

Willie Roaf
Archie Manning
Eric Martin
Sam Mills
Pat Swilling
Morten Anderson
Bobby Herbert
Rickey Jackson
Joe Horn
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Postby JichaelDick » 23 Jan 2007, 22:55

Falcons:

Steve Bartkowski
Deion Sanders (who will probably be remembered more as a Cowboy)
Andre Rison and Lisa Lopes
Jamal Anderson
Mike Vick
Morten Anderson

Coach:
Dan Reeves

BTW, I'm disappointed that there was no Snake Stabler, Jack Tatum, or George Atkinson on your list, DirtDawg, to say nothing of Dave Casper and Fred Biletnikoff
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Postby Tremendous_sidePotential » 23 Jan 2007, 22:55

Two questions IHTB: Did Ricky not stay long enough to gain mention and how long before Deuce enters this territory?

Plus, didn't Roaf spend more time in NO than KC? I would put him in the hall as a Saint.
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Postby IhateTomBrady » 23 Jan 2007, 23:13

Tremendous_sidePotential wrote:Two questions IHTB: Did Ricky not stay long enough to gain mention and how long before Deuce enters this territory?

Plus, didn't Roaf spend more time in NO than KC? I would put him in the hall as a Saint.


Seeing as how Willie Roaf is still pissed off at Joe Horn for fucking his wife, I'd say Willie might not want to go in as a Saint. He should go as a Saint, I agree. Ricky Williams I guess was a Saint long enough to merit consideration it's I just don't really think of him fondly. My first thoughts about Ricky are "Why the hell did Ditka trade our whole draft for this guy?". I should have added Deuce to the list. He is certainly ahead of Dalton Hilliard in terms of career numbers by now. Brees could be added to the list as well after one season. That's how pathetic historically the Saints are.
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Postby ctz31 » 24 Jan 2007, 00:04

Bills: (***I don't give a shit about any of the guys before I was old enough to remember. (ex. O.J., Joe Delamielluere(sp?), J. Kemp, etc.)

Greats:

Jim Kelly
Thurman Thomas
Bruce Smith
Biscuit Bennett
Darryl Talley
Andre Reed
Steve Tasker
Kent Hall

Honorable Mention:

James Lofton (Didn't play with the Bills long enough)
Brian Moorman (He's a fucking punter, gay I know. But he has been unbelieveable for years, and he is all we have had these days. Someone from the present had to be included)

Coach: Marv Levy

Dishonorable Mention: Scott Norwood (just for spite, he actually was pretty good befor XXV), Gregg Williams, Tom Donahoe (Die Muthafucka), Doug Flutie(he wasn't bad but I can't help it, I hated the little fucker)

Future: Lee Evans, J.P. Losman-Thats right, don't forget it.
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