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real
02-06-2007, 01:55 PM
Fill in as many positions as you want. There should only be a starter and a back up listed. If someone has listed a player that you don't agree with you may replace that player when you make your list, but you must give a reason for switching out players. I went with a 3-4 defense because I figured that there would be more good LB's than DT's. When you make your list just copy and paste the last post and try to keep it going. I'll start....


QB:
RB:Bo Jackson,
FB:
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG:
C:
RG:
RT:

DE: Reggie White
DT:
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:
SS:
FS:

Kicker:
Punter:

Coach:

TexanAddict
02-06-2007, 03:17 PM
QB:
RB:Bo Jackson,
FB:
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG:
C:
RG:
RT:

DE: Reggie White
DT:
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB: Ronnie Lott (started his career at CB, put him here to get both him and Atwater on the field at the same time)
SS:
FS: Steve Atwater

Kicker:
Punter:

Coach:

Ole Miss Texan
02-06-2007, 03:33 PM
QB:
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG:
C:
RG:
RT:

DE: Reggie White
DT:Mean Joe Green
DE:
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB: Ronnie Lott (started his career at CB, put him here to get both him and Atwater on the field at the same time)-i was going to put him at FS..but good idea
SS:
FS: Steve Atwater

Kicker:
Punter:

Coach:

real
02-06-2007, 03:34 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE:
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker:
Punter:

Coach:

TexanAddict
02-06-2007, 03:47 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker:
Punter:

Coach:

ryansisgod
02-06-2007, 03:50 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:Mike Alstott
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker:
Punter:

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

bah007
02-06-2007, 03:54 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:Mike Alstott
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri (no doubt in my book)
Punter:

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

real
02-06-2007, 03:56 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:Mike Alstott
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Randy Moss,
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB: Junior Seau
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter:

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

TexanAddict
02-06-2007, 04:02 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:Mike Alstott, Larry Csonka
WR:Jerry Rice,
WR:Randy Moss
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB:
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter:

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

real
02-06-2007, 04:04 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson
FB:Mike Alstott, Larry Csonka
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Randy Moss
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB: Junior Seau
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter:

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

ryansisgod
02-06-2007, 04:22 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB:Bo Jackson, Ladanian Tomlinson, walter payton
FB:Mike Alstott, Larry Csonka
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Randy Moss
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C:
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB:Ray Lewis
OLB: Junior Seau
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter:

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

HomeBred_Texan
02-06-2007, 04:43 PM
The greatest punter ever would have to be Ray Guy from the Raiders...

Center, I could easily vote for Mike Munchak...

HomeBred_Texan
02-06-2007, 04:50 PM
QB: Dan Marino, Roger Staubach
RB:Ladanian Tomlinson, Walter Payton, Billy Simms, Eric Dickerson
FB:Mike Alstott, Larry Csonka
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Lynn Swan, John Stallworth
TE:Kevin Winslow
LT:Orlando Pace, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C: Mike Muchak
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus, Jack Hamm
MLB: Jack Lambert, Ray Lewis
OLB: Junior Seau
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter: Ray Guy

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi[/QUOTE]

GuerillaBlack
02-06-2007, 05:17 PM
QB: Dan Marino, Steve Young, Michael Vick
RB:Earl Campbell, Ladanian Tomlinson, Walter Payton, Jim Brown
FB:Mike Alstott, Larry Csonka
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Michael Irvin, Randy Moss
TE:Mike Ditka
LT:Orlando Pace, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C: Mike Muchak
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Julius Peppers, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus, Jack Hamm
MLB: Jack Lambert, Ray Lewis
OLB: Junior Seau
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB: Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter: Ray Guy

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

old football fan
02-06-2007, 05:24 PM
DT I would have to insert Lamar Lundy, only because I've met him several times and he is from my hometown.

Bubbajwp
02-06-2007, 05:39 PM
QB: Dan Marino, Steve Young, Michael Vick
RB:Earl Campbell, Ladanian Tomlinson, Walter Payton, Jim Brown
FB:Mike Alstott, Larry Csonka
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Michael Irvin, Randy Moss
TE:Mike Ditka
LT:Orlando Pace, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C: Mike Muchak
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Julius Peppers, Richard Dent
OLB:Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus, Jack Hamm
MLB: Jack Lambert, Ray Lewis
OLB: Junior Seau
CB: Deion Sanders, Champ Bailey
CB: Ronnie Lott
SS: Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter: Ray Guy

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

No way Vick belongs here

QB75
02-06-2007, 06:15 PM
QB: Joe Montana (49ers)
RB: Eric Dickerson (Rams)
RB: Earl Campbell (Oilers)
WR: Lynn Swann (Steelers)
WR: Jerry Rice (49ers)
TE: Dave Casper (Raiders)
T: Art Shell (Raiders)
G: Bruce Matthews (Oilers)
C: Mike Webster (Steelers)
G: Mike Munchak (Oilers)
T: Forrest Gregg (Packers)

DE: Joe Greene (Steelers)
DT: Reggie White (Packers)
DT: LC Greenwood (Steelers)
DE: Howie Long (Raiders)
LB: Jack Lambert (Steelers)
LB: Mike Singletary (Bears)
LB: Ted Hendricks (Raiders)
CB: Lester Hayes (Raiders)
SS: Ronnie Lott (49ers)
FS: Jack Tatum (Raiders)
CB: Mel Blount (Steelers)

PK: Adam Vinateri (Colts)
P: Ray Guy (Raiders)

Coach: John Madden (Raiders)

Don't need a second team. These guys were some of the toughest to ever play.

rmartin65
02-06-2007, 06:16 PM
QB: Joe Montana (49ers)
RB: Eric Dickerson (Rams)
RB: Earl Campbell (Oilers)
WR: Lynn Swann (Steelers)
WR: Jerry Rice (49ers)
TE: Dave Casper (Raiders)
T: Art Shell (Raiders)
G: Bruce Matthews (Oilers)
C: Mike Webster (Steelers)
G: Mike Munchak (Oilers)
T: Forrest Gregg (Packers)

DE: Joe Greene (Steelers)
DT: Reggie White (Packers)
DT: LC Greenwood (Steelers)
DE: Howie Long (Raiders)
LB: Jack Lambert (Steelers)
LB: Mike Singletary (Bears)
LB: Ted Hendricks (Raiders)
CB: Lester Hayes (Raiders)
SS: Ronnie Lott (49ers)
FS: Jack Tatum (Raiders)
CB: Mel Blount (Steelers)

PK: Adam Vinateri (Colts)
P: Ray Guy (Raiders)

Coach: John Madden (Raiders)

Don't need a second team. These guys were some of the toughest to ever play.

That is a hard-core team. Nice.

Trap_Star
02-06-2007, 09:01 PM
My ALL-TIME team:

QB: John Elway
RB: Jim Brown
FB: Larry Csonka
WR: Jerry Rice
WR: Cris Carter
TE: Tony Gonzalez
T: Anthony Muņoz
G: Bruce Matthews
C: Mike Webster
G: Larry Allen
T: Jonathan Ogden

DE: Reggie White
DT: Joe Greene
DT: Alan Page
DE: Bruce Smith
OLB: Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Ray Lewis
OLB: Jack Ham
CB: Deion Sanders
S: Ronnie Lott
S: Jack Tatum
CB: Rod Woodson

With a team like this, there would be no need for a K and P....

HC: Chuck Noll

QB75
02-06-2007, 09:09 PM
My ALL-TIME team:

QB: John Elway
RB: Jim Brown
FB: Larry Csonka
WR: Jerry Rice
WR: Cris Carter
TE: Tony Gonzalez
T: Anthony Muņoz
G: Bruce Matthews
C: Mike Webster
G: Larry Allen
T: Jonathan Ogden

DE: Reggie White
DT: Joe Greene
DT: Alan Page
DE: Bruce Smith
OLB: Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Ray Lewis
OLB: Jack Ham
CB: Deion Sanders
S: Ronnie Lott
S: Jack Tatum
CB: Rod Woodson

With a team like this, there would be no need for a K and P....

HC: Chuck Noll

Deion Sanders? all talk

Ole Miss Texan
02-06-2007, 09:11 PM
My ALL-TIME team:

QB: John Elway
RB: Jim Brown
FB: Larry Csonka
WR: Jerry Rice
WR: Cris Carter
TE: Tony Gonzalez
T: Anthony Muņoz
G: Bruce Matthews
C: Mike Webster
G: Larry Allen
T: Jonathan Ogden

DE: Reggie White
DT: Joe Greene
DT: Alan Page
DE: Bruce Smith
OLB: Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Ray Lewis
OLB: Jack Ham
CB: Deion Sanders
S: Ronnie Lott
S: Jack Tatum
CB: Rod Woodson

With a team like this, there would be no need for a K and P....

HC: Chuck Noll

Wow, with this team Chuck Norris would look like a great coach.

Honoring Earl 34
02-06-2007, 09:12 PM
QB: Joe Montana (49ers)
RB: Eric Dickerson (Rams)
RB: Earl Campbell (Oilers)
WR: Lynn Swann (Steelers)
WR: Jerry Rice (49ers)
TE: Dave Casper (Raiders)
T: Art Shell (Raiders)
G: Bruce Matthews (Oilers)
C: Mike Webster (Steelers)
G: Mike Munchak (Oilers)
T: Forrest Gregg (Packers)

DE: Joe Greene (Steelers)
DT: Reggie White (Packers)
DT: LC Greenwood (Steelers)
DE: Howie Long (Raiders)
LB: Jack Lambert (Steelers)
LB: Mike Singletary (Bears)
LB: Ted Hendricks (Raiders)
CB: Lester Hayes (Raiders)
SS: Ronnie Lott (49ers)
FS: Jack Tatum (Raiders)
CB: Mel Blount (Steelers)

PK: Adam Vinateri (Colts)
P: Ray Guy (Raiders)

Coach: John Madden (Raiders)

Don't need a second team. These guys were some of the toughest to ever play.

Just because your from Californa does'nt make the Raiders the greatest .

Trap_Star
02-06-2007, 09:17 PM
Deion Sanders? all talk

With Tatum and Lott, he does'nt have to worry about tackling a guy. Go for the ball PRIMETIME!!!

Honoring Earl 34
02-06-2007, 09:27 PM
Off the top of my head ... the best gaurd I have seen was John Hannah of the Patriots .

Kellen Winslow was the best pass catching TE . Mark Bavaro the best blocking TE .

The best center might have been Dwight Stephenson but a career ending knee injury let him play only seven years .

I think Derek Thomas may be in there somewhere . He got seven sacks in one game and it was'nt against the Texans .

QB75
02-06-2007, 09:32 PM
Just because your from Californa does'nt make the Raiders the greatest .

Uhhhh... guess again. And who ever said the Raiders were the greatest? :bubble:

Honoring Earl 34
02-06-2007, 09:35 PM
Uhhhh... guess again. And who ever said the Raiders were the greatest? :bubble:

Seven on the all time team .

As Hanibal Lechtner says ... things you covet you see often . Your obviously from Northern California .

QB75
02-06-2007, 09:50 PM
Seven on the all time team .

As Hanibal Lechtner says ... things you covet you see often . Your obviously from Northern California .

Wrong...and virtually all of them are in the Hall of Fame. :bubble:

Honoring Earl 34
02-06-2007, 09:53 PM
It just seems like your very subjective .


http://www.nfl.com/history/legends/75th-anniversary

Scooter
02-06-2007, 10:36 PM
My team (smashmouth & 3-4 defense, no finesse allowed) ...

Quarterback - Bret Favre
Runningback - Earl Campbell
Fullback - Larry Czonka
Tight End - Kellen Winslow
Wide Receiver - Jerry Rice, Hines Ward
Left Tackle - Charles Spencer ... feel free to think i'm crazy, i'm sticking with spencer becoming a great
Left Guard - Mike Munchak
Center - Jim Otto
Right Guard - Bruce Matthews
Right Tackle - Forrest Gregg

Defensive End - Reggie White, "Deacon" Jones
Defensive Tackle - "Mean" Joe Greene
Outside Linebacker - Lawrence Taylor, Ray Nitschke
Inside Linebacker - Jack Lambert, Mike Singletary
Cornerback - Mel Renfro, Dick "Night Train" Lane
Free Safety - Ronnie Lott
Strong Safety - John Lynch

Kicker - Adam Vinatieri
Punter - Ray Guy

Coach - Bill Cowher

edit: i picked a broncos S, but the wrong one for my style of team ... fixed.

Showtime100
02-07-2007, 01:03 AM
There are some great picks. Maybe add Russ Francis TE from NE back in the day.

TwinSisters
02-07-2007, 05:51 AM
Seven on the all time team .

As Hanibal Lechtner says ... things you covet you see often . Your obviously from Northern California .

Hmmm. Good Idea!!!

Wishbone O - 4-3 D

QB - Sammy Baugh - Redskins QB
FB - Earl
HB - Eric Dickerson - The first real Indianapolis Colt
WB - Doak Walker - Old school Lions utility man
WR - Don Maynard - Jets Super Bowl III
WR - Raymond Berry - vintage Baltimore Colts
LT - Forest Gregg - Golden Era Packers
LG - Gene Upshaw - Raiders
C - E.J. Holub - Golden Era Chiefs
RG - Bud McFadin - Rams, Early Oilers ( just passed away this year )
RT - Tex Coulter - 50's Giants ( vs Browns )

DE - Harvey Martin - Doomsday D
DT - Bill Glass - NFL 60's Browns, team preacher
DT - Bob Lilly - Early Cowherder
DE - Joe Greene - Coke head Steelers
LB - Bulldog Turner - Bears War Era
LB - Mike Singletary - Bears
LB - E.J. Holub - AFL Chiefs two way in two Super Bowls
CB - Darrell Green - 83 Draft
SS - Ken Houston - Bud Adams can DIE ( 1-18 Peterson is still one of the worst NFL coaches ever )
FS - Bobby Dillon - Golden Era Packers
CB - Dick Lane - born in dumpster to "Best Cornerback I've ever seen"-Lombardi

No kicker or punters, we go for it, 2, and onsides everytime.

Coach O.A. Phillips

Mr teX
02-07-2007, 08:48 AM
Fill in as many positions as you want. There should only be a starter and a back up listed. If someone has listed a player that you don't agree with you may replace that player when you make your list, but you must give a reason for switching out players. I went with a 3-4 defense because I figured that there would be more good LB's than DT's. When you make your list just copy and paste the last post and try to keep it going. I'll start....


QB: John Elway / Joe Montana
RB: Barry Sanders / Terrell Davis in his prime
FB: Lorenzo Neal
WR:Jerry Rice
WR: Cris Carter
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Orlando Pace
LG: Gene Upshaw?
C:Bruce Mathews
RG: Art Shell?
RT: Anthony Munoz

DE: Reggie White / Derrick Thomas from the 90's
DT: Howie Long ? He'd be Versatile enough
OLB: Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB: Chuck Bednarik
OLB: Ken Norton Jr he'd also be versatile enough
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB: Lester hayes / Darrell green straight speed or Head hunter ?
SS: Steve Atwater extremely versatile
FS: Ronnie Lott extremely versatile

Kicker: Any one of those andersen/anderson's
Punter: Reggie Roby

Coach: Chuck Knoll / Don Shula / Sam Wyche .............. anyone of those would do for me.


WE AIN'T LOSING NOTHING :shades:

bah007
02-07-2007, 09:34 AM
I find it funny that not a single person has mentioned the NFL's all-time rushing leader.

Trap_Star
02-07-2007, 09:38 AM
I find it funny that not a single person has mentioned the NFL's all-time rushing leader.

I'd take B.Sanders over Emmitt any day of the week...

bah007
02-07-2007, 09:42 AM
I'd take B.Sanders over Emmitt any day of the week...

I wouldn't.

I watched Sanders. He was great.

I watched Smith. He was great. He wasn't as flashy, but he was just as good, if not better.

Trap_Star
02-07-2007, 09:53 AM
I wouldn't.

I watched Sanders. He was great.

I watched Smith. He was great. He wasn't as flashy, but he was just as good, if not better.

He is good, but Emmitt had the talent around him. He had an excellent o-line plus a HOF QB and WR. Barry played in Detroit...he had nothing. Defenses basically kept 8 guys on the box the whole game. Barry earned his yards...

Dont get me wrong though, you dont become the NFLs all time leading rusher without having talent...

real
02-07-2007, 09:57 AM
Barry> Emmit all day evry day. Barry on those cowboy teams would have been sick.

TexanAddict
02-07-2007, 10:14 AM
Barry> Emmit all day evry day. Barry on those cowboy teams would have been sick.

This is a very true statement. Barry would own the rushing record if he didn't retire early.

Bubbajwp
02-07-2007, 10:18 AM
I find it funny that not a single person has mentioned the NFL's all-time rushing leader.

How about his FB.

Honoring Earl 34
02-07-2007, 10:21 AM
How about his FB.

I agree Daryl Johnston was damn good .

Bubbajwp
02-07-2007, 10:34 AM
QB: Joe Montana, Peyton Manning
RB:Earl Campbell, Barry Sanders
FB: Daryl Moose Johnston ,Mike Alstott
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Michael Irvin, Lynn Swann
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT:Walter Jones, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Larry Allen
C: Mike Muchak
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:Orlando Pace

DE: Reggie White, J Peppers
DT: Mean Joe Greene, Warren Sapp
DE: Bruce Smith
LB:Lawrence Taylor
LB: Dick Butkus
LB:Ray Lewis
LB:Mike Singeltary
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Champ Bailey
SS:Ronnie Lott, Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter: Ray Guy

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

Im young enough that I dont know most of the Big uglies.

real
02-07-2007, 10:47 AM
QB: Joe Montana, Peyton Manning
RB:Earl Campbell, Barry Sanders
FB: Daryl Moose Johnston ,Mike Alstott
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Michael Irvin, Lynn Swann
TE:Shannon Sharpe,
LT:Walter Jones, Jonathan Ogden
LG: Larry Allen
C: Mike Muchak
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:Orlando Pace

DE: Reggie White, J Peppers
DT: Mean Joe Greene, Warren Sapp
DE: Bruce Smith
LB:Lawrence Taylor
LB: Dick Butkus
LB:Ray Lewis, Dick Butkus
LB:Mike Singeltary
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Champ Bailey
SS:Ronnie Lott, Ed Reed
FS:Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter: Ray Guy

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi

Mr teX
02-07-2007, 10:50 AM
This is a very true statement. Barry would own the rushing record if he didn't retire early.

Emmitt said that himself right around the time he was getting close to breaking it.

TexanSam
02-07-2007, 01:07 PM
QB: Vince Young
RB: Reggie Bush
FB:Vince Young
WR: Reggie Bush
WR: Vince Young
TE: Reggie Bush
LT: Vince Young
LG: Reggie Bush
C: Vince Young
RG: Reggie Bush
RT: Vince Young

DE: Reggie Bush
DT: Vince Young
OLB: Reggie Bush
MLB: Vince Young
MLB: Reggie Bush
OLB: Vince Young
CB: Reggie Bush
CB: Vince Young
SS: Reggie Bush
FS: Vince Young

Kicker: Reggie Bush
Punter: Vince Young

Coach: Dennis Franchione

Sorry, I couldn't help it.

Meloy
02-07-2007, 02:42 PM
Kicker/punter George Blanda

Specnatz
02-07-2007, 04:01 PM
QB: Joe Montana, John Elway
RB: Walter Payton, Barry Sanders
FB: Mike Alstott, Tom Rathman
WR: Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR: Lynn Swan, Steve Largent
TE: Ozzie Newsome
LT: Anthony Muņoz
LG: Steve Hutchinson
C: Mike Munchak
RG: Bruce Mathews
RT: Jackie Slater

DE: Reggie White, Bruce Smith
DT: Mean Joe Greene
DE: Deacon Jones, Jack Youngblood
OLB: Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
MLB: Mike Singletary
OLB: Jack Ham
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB: Dick (Night Train) Lane
SS: Ronnie Lott
FS: Steve Atwater

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter:

Coach: Don Shula, Vince Lombardi


How in the world can anyone put Randy Moss on the all-time list is just plain insain.

Cincinnatikid
02-07-2007, 04:25 PM
Anthony Munoz should be on every single list. The guy was amazing. And Ronnie Lott is 100 times better than Reed at Safety. I mean watch how great he was in the original Tecmo Bowl

Honoring Earl 34
02-07-2007, 06:11 PM
Anthony Munoz should be on every single list. The guy was amazing. And Ronnie Lott is 100 times better than Reed at Safety. I mean watch how great he was in the original Tecmo Bowl

You're right about Munoz . I think the younger guys just know modern players .

TexansLucky13
02-07-2007, 07:34 PM
Coach: Dennis Franchione

Sorry, I couldn't help it.


Well hell.... at least you would be able to beat Texas! I think Vince would try and throw the game though, looks like he is a major part of that team. Hahaha.

:tease:

Huge
02-08-2007, 08:01 AM
QB: Vince Young
RB: Reggie Bush
FB:Vince Young
WR: Reggie Bush
WR: Vince Young
TE: Reggie Bush
LT: Vince Young
LG: Reggie Bush
C: Vince Young
RG: Reggie Bush
RT: Vince Young

DE: Reggie Bush
DT: Vince Young
OLB: Reggie Bush
MLB: Vince Young
MLB: Reggie Bush
OLB: Vince Young
CB: Reggie Bush
CB: Vince Young
SS: Reggie Bush
FS: Vince Young

Kicker: Reggie Bush
Punter: Vince Young

Coach: Dennis Franchione

Sorry, I couldn't help it.
That's good stuff. :)

Huge
02-08-2007, 08:19 AM
My 1st string...

QB: John Elway
RB: Earl Campbell
FB: Jim Brown
WR: Jerry Rice
WR: Cris Carter
TE: Shannon Sharpe
LT: Jonathan Ogden
LG: Larry Allen
C: Mike Webster
RG: Bruce Mathews
RT: Anthony Munoz

DE: Reggie White
DT: Joe Greene
DT: Bob Lilly
DE: Carl Eller
OLB: Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Dick Butkus
OLB: Ted Hendricks
CB: Mel Blount
FS: Mel Renfro
SS: Ronnie Lott
CB: Rod Woodson

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter: Ray Guy

Coach: Vince Lombardi

yourfavoritetexan42
02-08-2007, 08:29 AM
QB: Peyton Manning (running his offense, no huddle)
RB:
Starting: LT
Speed: Barry Sanders
Power: Jerome Bettis
FB: Mike Alstott
WR:Jerry Rice, Chris Carter
WR:Michael Irvin, Lynn Swann
TE:Shannon Sharpe
LT: Jonathan Ogden
LG: Larry Allen
C: Mike Muchak
RG:Bruce Mathews
RT:Orlando Pace

DE: Reggie White
DT: Mean Joe Greene, Warren Sapp
DE: Julius Peppers
LB:Lawrence Taylor
LB: Dick Butkus
LB:Ray Lewis
LB:Mike Singeltary
CB: Deion Sanders,
CB:Champ Bailey
SS:Ronnie Lott
FS:Ed Reed

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri
Punter: Ray Guy

Head Coach: Mike Ditka
Offensive Coordinator: Charlie Weis (His half time adjustments are unreal, very smart coach as well, but let Peyton Manning do his thing)
Defensive Coordinator: Bill Belichic

TheOgre
02-08-2007, 08:40 AM
Earl Campbell is the best power back of all time, and Barry Sanders is the best finesse back of all time. I'm just not sure either of them is the best overall back though.

Huge
02-08-2007, 10:13 AM
Barry was a better runner than Emmitt. Emmitt was a better RB (when you combine blocking, running and receiving) than Barry. Barry's not close to being the best all-around RB. That would belong to Walter Payton...IMO.

Specnatz
02-08-2007, 12:56 PM
Barry was a better runner than Emmitt. Emmitt was a better RB (when you combine blocking, running and receiving) than Barry. Barry's not close to being the best all-around RB. That would belong to Walter Payton...IMO.

Just think what "Sweetness" could have done if he did not play on so many bad teams. Everyone knew he was getting the ball.

The dude was a class act and a stud to go with it.

DenverBorn
02-08-2007, 01:48 PM
Bo Jackson as the first team all time NFL running back? is this a joke?

real
02-08-2007, 02:13 PM
Bo Jackson as the first team all time NFL running back? is this a joke?

You're acting like someone put Wali Lundy up there...

I think Bo is a legit contender....

TexanDrifter
02-08-2007, 02:29 PM
QB: Vince Young
RB: Reggie Bush
FB:Vince Young
WR: Reggie Bush
WR: Vince Young
TE: Reggie Bush
LT: Vince Young
LG: Reggie Bush
C: Vince Young
RG: Reggie Bush
RT: Vince Young

DE: Reggie Bush
DT: Vince Young
OLB: Reggie Bush
MLB: Vince Young
MLB: Reggie Bush
OLB: Vince Young
CB: Reggie Bush
CB: Vince Young
SS: Reggie Bush
FS: Vince Young

Kicker: Reggie Bush
Punter: Vince Young

Coach: Dennis Franchione

Sorry, I couldn't help it.

I woulda subed DC in at QB. :stirpot: :laughjump:

V Man
02-08-2007, 03:20 PM
Bo Jackson as the first team all time NFL running back? is this a joke?

You're acting like someone put Wali Lundy up there...

I think Bo is a legit contender....

Bo had the talent and is one of the best (and is why he should be condsidered), but his injury shortened career is what would keep me from putting at the top of the all time list. Just not enough years doing it (for me anyway).

real
02-08-2007, 03:27 PM
Bo had the talent and is one of the best (and is why he should be condsidered), but his injury shortened career is what would keep me from putting at the top of the all time list. Just not enough years doing it (for me anyway).

I agree...

But I don't think he is so far off from being considered that it calls for a "are you serious" line....

V Man
02-08-2007, 03:33 PM
I agree...

But I don't think he is so far off from being considered that it call for a "are you serious" line....

True so true.

eriadoc
02-09-2007, 01:10 AM
QB: Warren Moon - was every bit as dominant as any QB in the history of the NFL, but never had that complete team around him like Montana did. Staubach would be up there just for his field presence and ability to lead the comebacks.

RB: Earl Campbell - was the best RB ever for about a three-to-four year period, IMO. That's not long enough, really, but he was in a different league.

RB: Walter Payton - the most complete back ever, with heart like no other.

WR: Jerry Rice - the best ever.

WR: Bob Hayes - changed the way WR was played and recruited int he NFL.

TE: Kellen Winslow - the Chargers really brought the passing game to the forefront like no one before them and Winslow was a huge part of that.

LT: Anthony Munoz - there were some really good Bengals teams in the '80s with Ken anderson and later, Esiason. Munoz anchored those lines.

LG: Larry Allen - dominant lineman. The Cowboys line is the reason people don't respect what Emmitt did.

C: Munchak - everyone here knows how good he was.

RG: Matthews - ditto.

RT: Jackie Slater - the Rams are one of those teams that are easy to forget about from the 70s and 80s, but Slater and Rich Saul and the rest of that line kept that team among the top teams during that era.

D-line: Too many great ones, so I'll just list a few favorites - Deacon Jones, Ed Jones, Carl Eller, Alan Page, Elvin Bethea, Curley Culp (doesn't get the respect he deserves!), Reggie White, Charles Haley

LB: same as above - Butkus, Singletary, LT, Robert Brazile, Derrick Thomas, Chuck Howley, Randy White

CB: Renfro, Deion Sanders, Darrell Green, Everson Walls

S: Lott (#1 safety ever), Tatum

K: Stenerud

P: Ray Guy

Coach: Noll, Landry, Shula

Toro
02-09-2007, 02:50 AM
QB: Dan Marino
RB: Walter Payton
RB: Barry Sanders
WR: Lynn Swann
WR: Jerry Rice
TE: Ozzie Newsome
T: Anthony Munoz
G: Bruce Matthews
C: Mike Webster
G: Mike Munchak
T: Jackie Slater

DE: Deacon Jones
DT: Randy White
DT: LC Greenwood
DE: Reggie White
LB: Jack Lambert
LB: Dick Butkus
LB: Lawrence Taylor
CB: Dick "The Night Train" Lane
SS: Ronnie Lott
FS: Yale Lary
CB: Herb Adderly

PK: Jan Stenerud
P: Ray Guy

Coach: George Halas

Showtime100
02-09-2007, 03:44 AM
QB: Vince Young
RB: Reggie Bush
FB:Vince Young
WR: Reggie Bush
WR: Vince Young
TE: Reggie Bush
LT: Vince Young
LG: Reggie Bush
C: Vince Young
RG: Reggie Bush
RT: Vince Young

DE: Reggie Bush
DT: Vince Young
OLB: Reggie Bush
MLB: Vince Young
MLB: Reggie Bush
OLB: Vince Young
CB: Reggie Bush
CB: Vince Young
SS: Reggie Bush
FS: Vince Young

Kicker: Reggie Bush
Punter: Vince Young

Coach: Dennis Franchione

Sorry, I couldn't help it.

Austin sports radio could use a breath of fresh thinking like that. (just kidding):tease:

whiskeyrbl
02-09-2007, 05:46 AM
My ALL-TIME team:

QB: John Elway
RB: Jim Brown
FB: Larry Csonka
WR: Jerry Rice
WR: Cris Carter
TE: Tony Gonzalez
T: Anthony Muņoz
G: Bruce Matthews
C: Mike Webster
G: Larry Allen
T: Jonathan Ogden

DE: Reggie White
DT: Joe Greene
DT: Alan Page
DE: Bruce Smith
OLB: Lawrence Taylor
MLB: Ray Lewis
OLB: Jack Ham
CB: Deion Sanders
S: Ronnie Lott
S: Jack Tatum
CB: Rod Woodson

With a team like this, there would be no need for a K and P....

HC: Chuck Noll

I love this lineup, but you have to make room for Deacon Jones at DE, and Earl Campbell at RB. Could you imagine how wore out a defense would be in the 4th Quarter after being pounded by Czonka and Campbell all day?

threetoedpete
02-10-2007, 04:20 PM
QB: Joe Montana (49ers)
RB: Eric Dickerson (Rams)
RB: Earl Campbell (Oilers)
WR: Lynn Swann (Steelers)
WR: Jerry Rice (49ers)
TE: Dave Casper (Raiders)
(T: Art Shell Raiders)
G: Bruce Matthews (Oilers)
C: Mike Webster (Steelers)
G: Mike Munchak (Oilers)
T: Forrest Gregg (Packers)

DE: Joe Greene (Steelers)
DT: Reggie White (Packers)
DT: LC Greenwood (Steelers)
DE: Howie Long (Raiders)
LB: Jack Lambert (Steelers)
LB: Mike Singletary (Bears)
LB: Ted Hendricks (Raiders)
CB: Lester Hayes (Raiders)
SS: Ronnie Lott (49ers)
FS: Jack Tatum (Raiders)
CB: Mel Blount (Steelers)
PK: Adam Vinateri (Colts)
P: Ray Guy (Raiders)

Coach: John Madden (Raiders)

Don't need a second team. These guys were some of the toughest to ever play.

Like some of yours over the experts. Shula is the coach. How he got that rag tag lot to an unbeaten season in 72 is anyones guess.

Tatum is the Strong saftey, Ronnie Lot the Free safty. Mel Blount befor the rule change dominated his era. Blount and Prime time are the corners. Don't agree with L.C. Greenwood. How you can leave Bob Lilly off the list is absurd. Need to switch positions Joe Green and Reggie White. Tony Gonzales could play in any era but Ozzie Newsome did it when they didn't pass very much.
Agreed on the Ghost though. No one could cover the guy in his era. And he blocked. Won't find many who are better longer at right tackle than Jon Runyan. he's not there yet and I may not live to see it, but he'll go to the HOF one day.

threetoedpete
02-10-2007, 04:28 PM
QB: Dan Marino
RB: Walter Payton
RB: Barry Sanders
WR: Lynn Swann
WR: Jerry Rice
TE: Ozzie Newsome
T: Anthony Munoz
G: Bruce Matthews
C: Mike Webster
G: Mike Munchak
T: Jackie Slater

DE: Deacon Jones
DT: Randy White
DT: LC Greenwood
DE: Reggie White
LB: Jack Lambert
LB: Dick Butkus
LB: Lawrence Taylor
CB: Dick "The Night Train" Lane
SS: Ronnie Lott
FS: Yale Lary
CB: Herb Adderly

PK: Jan Stenerud
P: Ray Guy

Coach: George Halas

I agree with this one also. Give the old timers there due. Love Munch...not sure he makes this list though. Still say Mel Blunt makes the list. He was the prime time of his day...WRs feared him. L. C. Greenwood does not belong on this list. Love your o-line though.

threetoedpete
02-10-2007, 04:40 PM
You're right about Munoz . I think the younger guys just know modern players .

Just thinking about it I agree. Hard to not give Munoz his slot. Mathews you can stick at left gaurd. Lot of great OLTs, hard cut. How about a true full back...a blocker ? Surprised that the guy who held the standard at RB for so long got no mention, Jim Brown. They all came out the same year who would you chose as your RB ? Jim Brown would be mine. Ronnie Lott is the free saftey. Any guy who would cut off the tip of his finger to stay with his team in the play offs beats anybody else . I don't care what kind of tallent they have. That's football there. Butkus could play with anyone in any era. Before he hurt his knees the guy could run with anyone. Not so sure if Urlacker doesn't catch him in a couple of years though. I loved singletary also, another hard cut. I was tring to think of the tweener LB who won all the rings rushing the passer with the Polkes and the niners...drawing a blank. Don't think he beats out Deacon...but he showed up in the big games for sure.

DenverBorn
02-10-2007, 05:41 PM
Running backs better than Bo Jackson

Jim Brown
Earl Campbell
Barry Sanders
Emmitt Smith
Walter Payton
Thurman Thomas
Eric Dickerson
O J Simpson
Tiki Barber
Larry Csonka
Duane Thomas
Jim Taylor
Paul Hornung
Marcus Allen
John Riggins
Ricky Williams
Priest Holmes
LaDanian Tomlinson
Franco Harris
Edgerrin James
Tony Dorsett
Jerome Bettis
Curtis Martin

I am getting tired of typing -

bah007
02-10-2007, 05:53 PM
Running backs better than Bo Jackson:

Jim Brown - YES
Earl Campbell - YES
Barry Sanders - YES
Emmitt Smith - YES
Walter Payton - YES
Thurman Thomas -NO
Eric Dickerson - YES
O J Simpson - NO
Tiki Barber - NO
Larry Csonka - NO
Duane Thomas - NO
Jim Taylor - NO
Paul Hornung - NO
Marcus Allen - NO
John Riggins - NO
Ricky Williams - NO
Priest Holmes - NO
LaDanian Tomlinson - YES
Franco Harris - NO
Edgerrin James - NO
Tony Dorsett - NO
Jerome Bettis - NO
Curtis Martin - YES

Less than you think

DenverBorn
02-10-2007, 06:11 PM
Check out this link, let me know where you find Bo listed -

http://www.nfl.com/history/randf/records/indiv/rushing

I couldn't find him either -

Even for guys who had a short career, they need to have done something in the seasons in which they played. The guy may have been a great athlete but to say he's better than OJ Simpson or Tony Dorsett, for example, just isn't credible. To even have his name in the discussion of "all time best NFL running backs" is ludicrous.

brewhaus
02-11-2007, 09:12 AM
So as not to enrage the experts on this board,
This represents most memorable players to me, not necessarily all time best.

QB: Johnny Unitas, Bob Griese
RB : Walter Payton, Archie Griffin
FB: Keith Byers
WR: Jerry Rice, Harold Carmichael
WR: Lynn Swan, Chris Carter
TE: Bob Trumpy
LT: Art Shell, Anthony Munoz
LG: Gene Upshaw, Russ Grim
C: Mike Webster, Mick Tingelhoff
RG: John Hannah
RT: John Alt, Joe Jacoby

DE: Reggie White Mike Reid
DT: Joe Greene, Alan Page
OLB: Lawrence Taylor, Jack Ham
MLB: Dick Butkus, Bill Bergey
OLB: Jack Lambert, Derrick Thomas
CB: Mel Blount
CB :Lamar Parrish
SS: David Fulcher
FS: Tommy Cassanova

Kicker: Jan Stenerud
Punter: Jerrel Wilson

Coach: Vince Lombardi, Chuck Knoll

DenverBorn
02-11-2007, 09:37 AM
So as not to enrage the experts on this board,
This represents most memorable players to me, not necessarily all time best.

QB: Johnny Unitas, Bob Griese
RB : Walter Payton, Archie Griffin
FB: Keith Byers
WR: Jerry Rice, Harold Carmichael
WR: Lynn Swan, Chris Carter
TE: Bob Trumpy
LT: Art Shell, Anthony Munoz
LG: Gene Upshaw, Russ Grim
C: Mike Webster, Mick Tingelhoff
RG: John Hannah
RT: John Alt, Joe Jacoby

DE: Reggie White Mike Reid
DT: Joe Greene, Alan Page
OLB: Lawrence Taylor, Jack Ham
MLB: Dick Butkus, Bill Bergey
OLB: Jack Lambert, Derrick Thomas
CB: Mel Blount
CB :Lamar Parrish
SS: David Fulcher
FS: Tommy Cassanova

Kicker: Jan Stenerud
Punter: Jerrel Wilson

Coach: Vince Lombardi, Chuck Knoll

I'm not enraged, it's OK -:thumbup

A couple of your choices ssem to be more college than NFL related, Like Archie Griffin and Tommy Casanova. But it's a good list