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Old 02-05-2008, 03:52 PM    (permalink
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I will rush my list out...


My Team= 49ers

Coach: Bill Walsh

QB: #16 Joe Montana (hof)
QB: #8 Steve Young (hof)
RB: #33 Roger Craig
RB: #21 Frank Gore
FB: #34 Joe Perry (hof)
FB: #44 Tom Rathman
WR: #80 Jerry Rice (hof)
WR: #81 Terrell Owens
WR: #82 John Taylor
TE: #84 Brent Jones

Offinsive line when I have more time.

DE: #97 Braynt Young
DE: #74 Fred Dean (hof)
DT: #73 Leo Joseph Nomellini (hof)
DT: #94 Dana Stubblefield
OLB: #94 Charles Haley
OLB: #64 Dave Wilcox (hof)
MLB: #52 Patrick Willis
CB: #37 Jimmy Johnson (hof)
CB: #21 Eric C. Wright
CB: #22 Nate Clements
FS: #42 Ronnit Lott (hof)
SS: #46 Tim McDonald

K: ****... I dont know. lol
P: #4 Andy Lee
KR/PR: #82 John Taylor
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In the Jaguars short years, I'll name two teams...1999 and 2007

1999
QB- Mark Brunell
RB- Fred Taylor; James Stewart
FB- Tavian Banks
WR- Jimmy Smith, Keenan McCardell, Reggie Barlow
TE- Kyle Brady, Damon Jones
OT- Tony Boselli, Leon Searcy
OG- Ben Coleman, Jon Wade
C- Rich Tylski

DE- Tony Brackens, Joel Smeenge
DT- Seth Payne, Larry Smith
LB- Kevin Hardy, Bryce Paup, Tom McManus
CB- Aaron Beasley, Fernando Bryant
FS- Carnell Lake
SS- Mike Logan
P- Bryan Barker
K- Mike Hollis
Coach: Tom Caughlin

2007
QB- David Garrard
RB- Fred Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew
FB- Greg Jones
WR- Reggie Williams, Dennis Northcutt, Ernest Wilford, Matt Jones
TE- Marcedes Lewis, George Wrighster
OT- Tony Pashos, Khalif Barnes
OG- Maurice Williams, Chris Naole,
C- Brad Meester

DE- Reggie Hayward, Bobby McCray, Paul Spicer
DT- Marcus Stroud, John Henderson, Grady Jackson, Rob Meier
LB- Mike Peterson, Clint Ingram, Daryl Smith, Justin Durant
CB- Rashean Mathis, Brian Williams
FS- Reggie Nelson
SS- Sammy Knight
P- Adam Podlesh
K- John Carney, Josh Scobee
Coach: Jack Del Rio
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Is this combined for all-time? Or the actual, eg. the 1991 Buffalo Bills.
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i'd go with the answer being combined since the originator of the thread did that.
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i'd go with the answer being combined since the originator of the thread did that.
Yah all time!
Also, one year players shouldnt count... Or end of career players.

I didnt add Deion Sanders or OJ Simpson because I dont consider them 49ers for that reason.
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Owner: Art Rooney (HOF)

Coach: Chuck Noll (HOF)

QB: Terry Bradshaw (HOF)(Big Ben is nipping at his heels though, he needs to win one more)
RB: Jerome Bettis
FB: Franco Harris (HOF)
WR: Stallworth (HOF), Swann(HOF), Ward
TE: Heath Miller
T: Larry Brown, Jon Kolb
G: Alan Faneca, got nothing
C: Dermontti Dawson, Mike Webster (HOF)

DE: L.C. Greenwood, Aaron Smith, Dwight Smith
DT: Ernie Stautner(HOF), Mean Joe Greene(HOF), Casey Hampton
LB: Jack Lambert(HOF), Jack Ham(HOF), Greg Lloyd, James Farrior, maybe Joey Porter
DB:Mel Blount(HOF), Rod Woodson, Jack Butler, Carnell Lake, Troy Polamalu, Donnie Shell

K: Gary Anderson
P: Chris Gardocki
PR/KR: ARE
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Oakland Raiders

Owner= Al Davis (HOF)

Head Coach= John Madden (HOF)

QB- Ken Stabler
QB- Jim Plunkett

RB- Marcus Allen (HOF)
RB- Clem Daniels
FB- Mark Van Eeghen
WR- Tim Brown
WR- Fred Biletnikoff (HOF)
WR- Cliff Branch
TE- Dave Casper (HOF)
TE- Todd Christiansen
OT- Art Shell (HOF)
OG- Gene Upshaw (HOF)
C- Jim Otto (HOF)
OG- Steve Wisniewski
OT- Henry Lawerence

DE- Howie Long (HOF)
DT- Otis Sistrunk
DT- Reggie Kinlaw
DE- John Matuszak
OLB-Ted Hendricks (HOF)
ILB- Matt Millen
ILB- Bob Nelson
OLB- Rod Martin
CB- Willie Brown (HOF)
CB- Lester Hayes
CB- Mike Haynes (HOF)
SS- George Atkinson
FS- Jack Tatum

K- George Blanda (HOF)
P- Ray Guy
KR/PR- Tim Brown
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my bad, I didn't understand the original point...I'll do one combined...

QB- mark brunell
RB- Fred Taylor, MJD
FB- Greg Jones
WR- Jimmy Smith, Keenan McCardell, Reggie Williams
TE- Kyle Brady, Pete Mitchell
OT- Tony Boselli, Leon Searcy
OG- Chris Naole,
C- Brad Meester

DE- Tony Brackens, Clyde Simmons
DT- Marcus Stroud, John Henderson
LB- Kevin Hardy, Daryl Smith, Mike Peterson
CB- Rashean Mathis, Aaron Beasley
FS- Carnell Lake, Reggie Nelson
SS- Donovan Darius, Mike Logan
P- Bryan Barker
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New York Jets

Head Coach Weeb Ewbank

All-Time Team:
QB - Joe Namath ('65-'76) HOF
RB - Curtis Martin ('98-'06)
FB - Richie Anderson ('93-'02)
WR - Keyshawn Johnson ('96-'99)
WR - Al Toon ('85-'92)
WR - Wayne Cherbet ('95-'05)
OL - Joe Fields ('75-'87)
OL - Winston Hill ('63-'76)
OL - Kevin Mawae ('98-'05)
OL - Dan Alexander ('77-'89)
OL - Marvin Powell ('77-'85)

DL - Joe Klecko ('77-'87)
DL - Gerry Philbin ('64-'72)
DL - Mark Gastineau ('79-'88)
DL - Marty Lyons ('79-'89)
LB - Mo Lewis ('91-'03)
LB - Larry Grantham ('60-'72)
LB - Greg Buttle ('76-'84)
DB - Marcus Coleman ('96-'01)
DB - Aaron Glenn ('94-'01)
DB - Darrol Ray ('80-'84)
DB - James Hasty ('88-'94)

K - Pat Leahy ('74-'91)

Honorable Mention:
QB - Vinny Testaverde ('98-'03, '05)
RB - John Riggins ('71-'75) HOF
WR - Don Maynard ('60-'72)
OL - Randy Rasmussen ('67-'81)
OL - Paul Crane ('66-'72)
DL - Abdul Salaam ('76-'83)
DL - John Abraham ('00-'05)
DB - Ronnie Lott ('93-'94) HOF

Current Players:
(who have a chance at this list)
WR - Laveranues Coles ('00-'02, '05-?)
WR - Jerricho Cotchery ('04-?)
OL - Nick Mangold ('06-?)
DL - Shaun Ellis ('00-?)
LB - David Harris ('07-?)
LB - Jon Vilma ('05-?)
DB - Kerry Rhodes ('05-?)
DB - Darrelle Revis ('07-?)
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Toon definitely deserves to be there over Chrebet. Wayne's story is phenomenal but he was never really that amazing of a player.
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Head Coach: Bill Belichick

QB: Tom Brady
RB: Corey Dillon
FB: Sam Gash
WR: Randy Moss
WR: Gino Cappelletti
TE: Ben Coates
T: Bruce Armstrong
G: John Hannah ("the best offensive lineman of all time")
C: Dan Koppen
G: Logan Mankins
T: Matt Light

DE: Richard Seymour
DT: Fred Smerlas
DE: Ray Hamilton
LB: Andre Tippett
LB: Steve Nelson
LB: Tedy Bruschi
LB: Mike Vrabel
CB: Ty Law
CB: Asante Samuel
S: Rodney Harrison
S: Lawyer Milloy
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Toon definitely deserves to be there over Chrebet. Wayne's story is phenomenal but he was never really that amazing of a player.
Oops I originally had Toon, Keyshawn, and Wayne. That's why there is only 10 guys. I don't know why I moved Toon to the Honorable Mention thing.
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Browns

Head Coach: Paul Brown *HOF

QB: Otto Graham *HOF
RB: Jim Brown *HOF
FB: Marion Motley *HOF
WR: Gary Collins
WR: Braylon Edwards
TE: Ozzie Newsome *HOF
OT: Doug Dieken
OG: Gene Hickerson *HOF
C: Frank Gatski *HOF
OG: Joe DeLamielleure *HOF
OT: Mike McCormack *HOF

DE: Len Ford *HOF
DT: Jerry Sherk
DT: Bob Golic
DE: Michael Dean Perry
OLB: Jim Houston
MLB: Walt Michaels
OLB: Clay Matthews
CB: Frank Minnifield
CB: Hanford Dixon
S: Eric Turner
S: Thom Darden

K: Lou "The Toe" Groza *HOF
P: ^Gary Collins..

KR: Joshua Cribbs

Pretty bold to already have Braylon Edwards over players like Paul Warfield, Dante Lavelli, and Ray Renfro...but I can't help myself.

As for Joe DeLamielleure...I understand he played the majority of his career outside of Cleveland and had the bulk of his success with Buffalo, but during his 5 season stint in Cleveland, he was as dominant as he ever was in his career. Named All-Pro 3x and never missed a single game.
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I will rush my list out...


My Team= 49ers

Coach: Bill Walsh

QB: #16 Joe Montana (hof)
QB: #8 Steve Young (hof)
RB: #33 Roger Craig
RB: #21 Frank Gore
FB: #34 Joe Perry (hof)
FB: #44 Tom Rathman
WR: #80 Jerry Rice (hof)
WR: #81 Terrell Owens
WR: #82 John Taylor
TE: #84 Brent Jones

Offinsive line when I have more time.

DE: #97 Braynt Young
DE: #74 Fred Dean (hof)
DT: #73 Leo Joseph Nomellini (hof)
DT: #94 Dana Stubblefield
OLB: #94 Charles Haley
OLB: #64 Dave Wilcox (hof)
MLB: #52 Patrick Willis
CB: #37 Jimmy Johnson (hof)
CB: #21 Eric C. Wright
CB: #22 Nate Clements
FS: #42 Ronnit Lott (hof)
SS: #46 Tim McDonald

K: ****... I dont know. lol
P: #4 Andy Lee
KR/PR: #82 John Taylor
I'm surprised you don't have Deion Sanders over Nate Clements.
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Head Coach: Joe Gibbs *HOF*

QB: Joe Theismann
RB: John Riggins *HOF*
FB: Mike Sellers
WR: Art Monk *HOF*
WR: Gary Clark
TE: Chris Cooley
OT: Joe Jacoby
OG: Russ Grimm
C: Jeff Bostic
OG: Mark May
OT: Chris Samuels

DE: Charles Mann
DT: Dave Butz
DT: Diron Talbert
DE: Dexter Manley
OLB:Sam Huff *HOF*
ILB: Chris Hanburger
OLB: Rich Milot
CB: Darrell Green *HOF*
CB: Pat Fischer
SS: Ken Houston *HOF*
FS: Paul Krause *HOF*
Honorable Mention: Sean Taylor

K: Mark Moseley
P: Sammy Baugh *HOF*
KR: Brian Mitchell
LS: Ethan Albright

I'm not quite sure on some of them, as I've never seen most of them play lol. I kinda just put Sellers in there for the heck of it. I know Larry Centers did play for us, but only two years and he wasn't amazing. And I'm still wondering why nobody on the Hogs has been put into the HOF yet. I didn't want to unseat Houston or Krause because they've both been proven great, but ST defiantly showed potential to be amazing.
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"The history of the Green Bay Packers starts with Earl L. Lambeau -- better known as Curly -- who was the team's founder, first head coach and a standout player from 1919*-1929, during which time he pioneered the forward pass in professional football.

Lambeau led the Packers to six world championships as head coach and is one of just five coaches in NFL history to record 200 wins (others are Don Shula, George Halas, Tom Landry and Chuck Noll). "-Packers.com


Facilities: Lambeau Field (named after Curly) Hutson Center (Indoor practice facility) Clarke Hinkle Field & Nitschke Field (outdoor practice field and training camp field)
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Owner: 50 % Curly Lambeau HOF, 50 % people.

President: Bob Harlan
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Vice Presidents: Dominic Olejniczak, Pres., 1958-82 Lee H. Joannes, Pres., 1930-47

G.M.: Ron Wolf, assisted by Current G.M. Ted Thompson and Curly Lambeau HOF
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Head Coach: Vince Lombardi HOF

Lead Assistants include Mike Holmgren future HOF, and Curly Lambeau HOF -personnel, player evaluation, leadership.
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Scouts: John "Red" Cochran, Coach-Scout, 1959-66, 1971-2004

Trainer: Carl "Bud" Jorgensen, Trainer, 1924-70, assisted by current Trainer Pepper Burress


***ROSTER***

OFFENSE-

ATH:Paul Hornung HOF

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QB: Brett Favre Future HOF
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QB: Bart Starr HOF
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RB: Ahman Green
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RB: Dorsey Levens
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RB: Edgar Bennett
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RB: John Brockington
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FB: Jim Taylor HOF

http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/me...?player_id=211 insane numbers for a FB ^
FB: Clarke Hinkle HOF
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WR: Don Hutson HOF

-first great WR of all time, evolved the art of route running
"Hutson invented modern pass receiving. He created Z-outs, buttonhooks, hook-and-gos, and a whole catalog of moves and fakes.Don could outmaneuver and outrace virtually every defender in the league. He led the NFL in receiving in eight of his 11 seasons and in scoring five straight years. Twice, in 1941 and 1942, he was named the league’s MVP." -Hall of Fame.
http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/me...?player_id=104
WR: James Lofton HOF
http://i.packers.com/pg/lofton_james/photo2.jpg
WR: Sterling Sharpe
http://images.wikia.com/openserving/...lingsharpe.jpg
(Driver will be here soon)

TE: Paul Coffman
TE: Ron Kramer

OT: Forrest Gregg HOF

http://www.authenticsportscollectibl...gphs016003.jpg
OT: Cal Hubbard HOF
http://i.packers.com/pg/hubbard_robert/photo1.jpg
OG: Mike Michalske HOF
http://www.profootballhof.com/assets/hof/mug1298.jpg
OG: Jerry Kramer
http://www2.jsonline.com/packer/image/hist/kramer.jpg
OG: Fuzy Thurston
http://imagecache2.allposters.com/im...es-Posters.jpg
C: Jim Ringo HOF
http://i.packers.com/pg/ringo_jim/photo1.jpg

DEFENSE-

DE: Willie Davis HOF

DE: Reggie White HOF

DE: Ezra Johnson
http://i1.ebayimg.com/03/i/01/96/47/7e_1_b.JPG

DT: Henry Jordan HOF
http://i.packers.com/pg/jordan_henry/photo4.jpg
DT: Santana Dotson
http://www.lammisports.com/clients/images/SDBig.jpg
DT: Gilbert Brown
http://cache.viewimages.com/xc/27053...5397277B4DC33E
http://www.wiscollectorcar.com/coppe...lapping_GB.jpg

OLB: Bill Forester
http://www.findagrave.com/photos250/...7777018432.jpg
OLB: Dave Robinson

MLB: Ray Nitschke HOF

MLB: Nick Barnett
http://www.bestsportsphotos.com/imag...arnettNick.jpg
LB:John Anderson
http://www.jeffssports.com/catalog/p.../andersonj.jpg

CB: Herb Adderly HOF

CB: Al Harris
http://www.bestsportsphotos.com/imag...BPHarrisAl.jpg
CB: Bob Jeter
http://www.packershalloffame.org/ima...tees/jeter.jpg
CB: Willie Buchanon
http://graphics.jsonline.com/graphic...xwillie508.jpg
FS: Willie Wood HOF

SS: LeRoy Butler (also created the Lambeau Leap)
http://cache.viewimages.com/xc/17826...5397277B4DC33E
S: Bobby Dillon
http://www.packershalloffame.org/ima...ees/dillon.jpg
S: Mark Murphy (Our new President is a safety, his name is Mark Murphy also but he played for the Redskins, odd right?)

K: Ryan Longwell
P:???
KR/PR: Desmond Howard

My list includes 18 Hall of Famers and 2 Future HOFers Brett Favre and Mike Holmgren.
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St. Louis Rams (not just St.Louis years)

Offense
Quarterback- Kurt Warner
Quarterback- Norm Van Brocklin
Running Back- Marshall Faulk
Running Back- Eric Dickerson
Wide Receiver- Isaac Bruce
Wide Receiver- Tory Holt
Wide Receiver- Henry Ellard
Offensive Tackle- Jackie Slater
Offensive Tackle- Orlando Pace
Unsure of TE, G, C

Defense
Defensive End- Deacon Jones
Defensive End- Jack Youngblood
Really not sure on the rest of the D, I could name some more recent players but might accidently forget an older better player

St. Louis Rams from years in St. Louis
Quarterback- Kurt Warner
Quarterback- Marc Bulger
Running Back- Marshall Faulk
Running Back- Steven Jackson
Running Back- Jerome Bettis
Wide Receiver- Isaac Bruce
Wide Receiver- Tory Holt
Wide Receiver- Az-Zahir Hakim, tough call but he was an excellent slot guy
Tight End- Ernie Conwell
Offensive Tackle- Orlando Pace
Offensive Tackle- Fred Miller
Offensive Gaurd- Adam Timmerman
Offensive Gaurd- Andy McCollum
Center- Andy McCollum

Defensive End- Kevin Carter
Defensive End- Leonard Little
Defensive Tackle- D'Marco Farr
Defensive Tackle- Ryan Pickett
Linebacker- London Fletcher
Linebacker- Will Witherspoon
Linebacker- Couldn't think of an amazing 3rd LB, but Mike Jones is the pick because he is clutch and clutch is everything in life
Cornerback- Dre' Bly
Cornerback- Todd Lyght
Cornberack- Tye Hill
Safety- Aeneas Williams
Safety- Oshiomogho Atogwe

Kicker- Wilkins, the only one
Punter- Donnie Jones
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I'm surprised you don't have Deion Sanders over Nate Clements.
He didn't include 1 year players and those ending their career ie. Deion Sanders and Larry Allen.

Which I agree they shouldn't be counted.

Much like for the Patriots, they probably shouldn't count Corey Dillon and Randy Moss (Unless Moss stays)
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He didn't include 1 year players and those ending their career ie. Deion Sanders and Larry Allen.

Which I agree they shouldn't be counted.

Much like for the Patriots, they probably shouldn't count Corey Dillon and Randy Moss (Unless Moss stays)
And those ending their career? What do you mean? Everyone ends their career at some point.
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Owner: Art Rooney (HOF)

Coach: Chuck Noll (HOF)

QB: Terry Bradshaw (HOF)(Big Ben is nipping at his heels though, he needs to win one more)
RB: Jerome Bettis
FB: Franco Harris (HOF)
WR: Stallworth (HOF), Swann(HOF), Ward
TE: Heath Miller
T: Larry Brown, Jon Kolb
G: Alan Faneca, got nothing
C: Dermontti Dawson, Mike Webster (HOF)

DE: L.C. Greenwood, Aaron Smith, Dwight Smith
DT: Ernie Stautner(HOF), Mean Joe Greene(HOF), Casey Hampton
LB: Jack Lambert(HOF), Jack Ham(HOF), Greg Lloyd, James Farrior, maybe Joey Porter
DB:Mel Blount(HOF), Rod Woodson, Jack Butler, Carnell Lake, Troy Polamalu, Donnie Shell

K: Gary Anderson
P: Chris Gardocki
PR/KR: ARE
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And those ending their career? What do you mean? Everyone ends their career at some point.
Guys that sign on for 1 or 2 years to retire..

Like Deion Sanders on the Ravens, etc.

If he didn't play the bulk of his games for your team, you might want to look elsewhere.
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