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  • Who is your franchise's most known player?

    Of all time, and currently.

    All time- Jerry Rice




    Other options- Joe Montana, Steve Young, Ronnie Lott

    Currently- Frank Gore



    Other options- Alex Smith, Vernon Davis

  • #2
    Brett Favre. All-time...probably Brett Favre.

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    • #3
      Ray Lewis...Ray Lewis

      David Carr for all time wouldn't surprise me, he or Dre.

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      • #4
        Ray Lewis by far



        Originally posted by Scott Wright
        Don't be a stranger. Jordyzzzz would want you to stick around. ;o)

        Touch Fuzzy, Get Dizzy

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        • #5
          John Elway

          Defensively...hhhmmm Maybe Steve Atwater or Champ Bailey when he hangs his cleats up.

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          • #6
            Well for the redskins i say Darrell Green and Clinton portis
            RIP Sean Michael Taylor

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            • #7
              Jets

              All time: Joe Namath (and thats about it)
              Currently: err...Chad Pennington.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by niel89 View Post
                Ray Lewis by far

                The Ray Lewis Beyond The Glory was amazing. I wish I could find a copy of it on the net somewhere. :(

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                • #9
                  Panthers: Steve Smith and Julius Peppers

                  All time, I dunno, probably Steve Smith, Steve Beuerline, Sam Mills, Wesley Walls

                  lol, probably Rae Carruth.

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                  • #10
                    Current: Peyton Manning

                    All-Time: Tough call, one of Johnny Unitas or Peyton Manning (and before some bitter Baltimoron comes in here crying about how Johnny U didn't play for Indianapolis, the question is FRANCHISE history, not CITY history).


                    The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

                    If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

                    <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
                    <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 21ST View Post
                      Well for the redskins i say Darrell Green and Clinton portis
                      Honestly Joe Theisman is probably the best known Redskin today, just because he's such a douche and he's always on TV.


                      Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Moses View Post
                        Brett Favre. All-time...probably Brett Favre.
                        All time for the Packers? That's pretty sad given all the legends they had in the Lombardi years.


                        The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

                        If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

                        <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
                        <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
                          All time for the Packers? That's pretty sad given all the legends they had in the Lombardi years.
                          Well Favre is a sure-fire Hall of Famer and probably one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time. Packers do have a rich history but I can't think of somebody who is more of a legend than Favre. I guess an argument could be made for Vince Lombardi though, since he was one of the greatest coaches of all-time.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
                            Current: Peyton Manning

                            All-Time: Tough call, one of Johnny Unitas or Peyton Manning (and before some bitter Baltimoron comes in here crying about how Johnny U didn't play for Indianapolis, the question is FRANCHISE history, not CITY history).
                            but he was a BALTIMORE colt!!1!!1!! j/k :D


                            Originally posted by Scott Wright
                            Don't be a stranger. Jordyzzzz would want you to stick around. ;o)

                            Touch Fuzzy, Get Dizzy

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Moses View Post
                              Well Favre is a sure-fire Hall of Famer and probably one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time. Packers do have a rich history but I can't think of somebody who is more of a legend than Favre. I guess an argument could be made for Vince Lombardi though, since he was one of the greatest coaches of all-time.
                              I guess you have a point, but when I think Packers, I think Hornung, Taylor, Starr, Nitschke, Lombardi, etc. There's a strong possibility I'm in the minority there though.


                              The problem arises when people use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp post: for support instead of illumination.

                              If luck is where preparation meets opportunity, then clutch is where failure meets luck.

                              <Add1ct> setting myself on fire can't be that hard
                              <Add1ct> but tackling a mosquito might prove a challenge

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