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  • #31
    Charles Woodson in his prime and right now and also Darrell Revis > Nnamdi Asomugha

    and this one is a bit bold but I'll stand by it

    Adrian Peterson > Barry Sanders

    I grew up watching Barry and he was amazing, but AP is the most incredible physical specimen that I've ever seen. If you were to genetically engineer a perfect running back it would be him.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Shiver View Post
      Julius Peppers: twice as many pro-bowls, twice as many All-Pro selections, has been brilliant year in and year out, probably will notch 100 sacks in his career.

      Umenyiora is a fine player, and at times he has played the best at his position. For the long haul it isn't even close. As it stands now I think Justin Tuck is more integral to that defense and Tuck was the player who won that Super Bowl.
      fair enough, just wanted to hear your reasoning. that's your opinion but as probably the majority of Giants fans will agree, Osi was a bigger part than Tuck of that game, but the scary 3 pronged attack with Strahan was a group effort.
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      • #33
        Frank Gore is a better and more productive player than Steven Jackson.

        The two have long been compared due to being in the same division and on bad teams.

        Frank Gore is a more consistent, tougher complete back. He plays through injuries and his dedication is second to none and his numbers prove it (all done with no passing game to speak of on his team ever).

        I'll take Gore over Jackson thank you.

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        • #34
          The Buffalo Bills are a better and more productive team than the Hamilton Tiger Cats.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Vox Populi View Post
            The Buffalo Bills are a better and more productive team than the Hamilton Tiger Cats.
            I'd say push

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            • #36
              Andre Johnson isn't better than Larry Fitzgerald.

              For my money, Calvin Johnson>Andre Johnson.

              Actually, I think all things equal, Calvin would outperform any other WR.

              So Tron>all.
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              • #37
                Aaron Brown is a better and more productive RB than Reggie Bush!

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                • #38
                  Nevermind, Lance Moore>Calvin Johnson Jr.
                  Originally posted by SNIPER26
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                  • #39
                    Tony Gonzalez is better and more productive than any other TE in history.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Shiver View Post
                      Johnson over Fitzgerald is a good one, Ware over Merriman is a foregone conclusion now although it used to be a classic debate before last year.
                      Hardly. Merriman is still showing some rust from missing last year, but it's hardly a foregone conclusion. Even despite a sluggish start, he still makes plays like that Flacco interception where he perfectly timed his rush with the snap.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by senormysterioso View Post
                        I grew up watching Barry and he was amazing, but AP is the most incredible physical specimen that I've ever seen. If you were to genetically engineer a perfect running back it would be him.

                        If I genetically engineered a running back I would make a man 12 feet tall and 330 lbs, with 4 arms and spikes on his back.

                        Just kidding, but seriously, I agree - I know it's cliche but AP really is as close as we've seen to the perfect "Size and speed" combination that we have seen to date.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Bengalsrocket View Post
                          If I genetically engineered a running back I would make a man 12 feet tall and 330 lbs, with 4 arms and spikes on his back.

                          Just kidding, but seriously, I agree - I know it's cliche but AP really is as close as we've seen to the perfect "Size and speed" combination that we have seen to date.
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                          Oldie but a goodie.

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                          • #43
                            Bo Jackson would have been good had he played Football. He was a good baseball player though go Royals!

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                            • #44
                              If only he didn't get hurt. What a career that would have been.

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                              • #45
                                Bo Jackson basically is the same size / speed combo as Adrian Peterson right?

                                NFL.com has them both listed at 6-1 and roughly 220 lbs (Peterson @ 217 & Jackson @ 227). I'm comparing AP more to other great backs of different sizes and speeds, such as:

                                LaDanian Tomlinson: 5-11, 221

                                Emmitt Smith: 5-9, 216

                                Ricky Watters: 6-1, 211

                                Walter Payton: 5-10, 200

                                Barry Sanders: 5-8, 200

                                Jim Brown: 6-2, 232

                                Marshall Faulk: 5-10, 211

                                Terrel Davis: 5-11, 206

                                Thurman Thomas: 5-10, 200

                                Eric Dickerson: 6-3, 220

                                Jerome Bettis: 5-11, 252

                                Tony Dorsett: 5-11, 192

                                The only guys that even come remotely close to height and weight of AP (or Bo Jackson) are Eric Dickerson and LT.

                                And yes, I'm aware that there is a lot more to the "size and speed" part of being a halfback than his height and weight, I just don't have a scale for muscle mass or total body fat or all of their 10-20-40 yard dash times.

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