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Old 02-12-2008, 04:28 AM    (permalink
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Minnesota Vikings

FRONT OFFICE

Team President: Max Winter
General Manager: Jim Finks

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Bud Grant
Offensive Coordinator: Jerry Burns
Defensive Coordinator: Tony Dungy

DEPTH CHART

Offense

QB: Fran Tarkenton, Daunte Culpepper, Tommy Kramer
RB: Chuck Foreman, Adrian Peterson, Robert Smith
FB: Bill Brown
WR: Cris Carter, Randy Moss, Ahmad Rashād, Anthony Carter
TE: Steve Jordan, Joe Senser
LT: Gary Zimmerman, Todd Steussie
LG: Randall McDaniel, Steve Hutchinson
C: Mick Tingelhoff, Matt Birk
RG: Ed White, David Dixon
RT: Ron Yary, Korey Stringer

Defense

DE: Carl Eller, Jim Marshall, Chris Doleman
DT: Alan Page, John Randle, Kevin Williams
OLB: Roy Winston, Matt Blair, Wally Hilgenberg
MLB: Scott Studwell, Lonnie Warwick
CB: Nate Wright, Carl Lee, Bobby Bryant, Antoine Winfield
FS: Paul Krause, Orlando Thomas
SS: Joey Browner, Robert Griffith

Special Teams

K: Gary Anderson
P: Mitch Berger
KR: David Palmer
ST: Chris Walsh

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HC- Andy reid

QB Donovan McNabb
QB Norm Van Brocklin

RB Steve Van Buren
RB Wilbert Montgomery

FB Keith Byars

WR Mike Quick
WR Tommy McDonald
WR Irving Fryar
TE Pete Phios

T Bob Brown
G Wade Key
C Chuck Bednarik
G Shawn Andrews
T John Runyan

DE Reggie White
DT Jerome Brown
DT Andy Harmon
DE Hugh Douglas

OLB Bill Bergey
ILB Jeremiah Trotter
OLB William Thomas

CB Eric Allen
CB Troy Vincent
CB Lito Sheppard

FS Brian Dawkins
SS Andre Waters

K David Akers
p Sean Landeta
I dont understand why Brocklin is in there and not Randall Cunningham
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Minnesota Vikings

FRONT OFFICE

Team President: Max Winter
General Manager: Jim Finks

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Bud Grant
Offensive Coordinator: Jerry Burns
Defensive Coordinator: Tony Dungy

DEPTH CHART

Offense

QB: Fran Tarkenton, Daunte Culpepper, Tommy Kramer
RB: Chuck Foreman, Adrian Peterson, Robert Smith
FB: Bill Brown
WR: Cris Carter, Randy Moss, Ahmad Rashād, Anthony Carter
TE: Steve Jordan, Joe Senser
LT: Gary Zimmerman, Todd Steussie
LG: Randall McDaniel, Steve Hutchinson
C: Mick Tingelhoff, Matt Birk
RG: Ed White, David Dixon
RT: Ron Yary, Korey Stringer

Defense

DE: Carl Eller, Jim Marshall, Chris Doleman
DT: Alan Page, John Randle, Kevin Williams
OLB: Roy Winston, Matt Blair, Wally Hilgenberg
MLB: Scott Studwell, Lonnie Warwick
CB: Nate Wright, Carl Lee, Bobby Bryant, Antoine Winfield
FS: Paul Krause, Orlando Thomas
SS: Joey Browner, Robert Griffith

Special Teams

K: Gary Anderson
P: Mitch Berger
KR: David Palmer
ST: Chris Walsh
don't you think it's a bit soon to add Peterson to 'best ever' lists? He's finished ONE season.
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I dont understand why Brocklin is in there and not Randall Cunningham
Or Jaws. Both him and Randall should be there over Donovon. And Brocklin was only an Eagle for two or three seasons. Sure he brought your historically losing franchise a championship, but I would still put Jaws or Randall ahead of them both.
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Or Jaws. Both him and Randall should be there over Donovon. And Brocklin was only an Eagle for two or three seasons. Sure he brought your historically losing franchise a championship, but I would still put Jaws or Randall ahead of them both.
Having 1 or 2 down seasons doesn't take away the fact that McNabb was a top 3-5 QB the previous 6. 2 years ago people were talking about if McNabb could be a future HOFer, and now it doesn't look that way but who know what he can still do in his career. He led us to 4 NFC Championship games and 1 SB and Cunningham and Jaws didn't have that much success. And you can't use the Donovan never won a SB argument either because although it pains me to say it neither did Jaws or Randall.
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Having 1 or 2 down seasons doesn't take away the fact that McNabb was a top 3-5 QB the previous 6. 2 years ago people were talking about if McNabb could be a future HOFer, and now it doesn't look that way but who know what he can still do in his career. He led us to 4 NFC Championship games and 1 SB and Cunningham and Jaws didn't have that much success. And you can't use the Donovan never won a SB argument either because although it pains me to say it neither did Jaws or Randall.
I'm well aware neither Randall or Jaws won a Super Bowl. :) However, it is just my opinion that they were better players. Especially Cunningham. Donovan still has a chance to pass them though.
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don't you think it's a bit soon to add Peterson to 'best ever' lists? He's finished ONE season.
When it comes to AD, it's never too soon.
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Woodson Was A Better Team Mate A Better Corner Back A Better All Around Football Player Then Dion Ever Dreamed Of Being.
Please, please, please let this be sarcasm.

If you saw Deion in his prime, you would NEVER say he wasn't the best corner in NFL history. You know how good Champ Bailey covers? He isn't even in the same league as Deion Sanders. I don't remember who said it, but a very good receiver said Deion was the only CB he ever played against that could press without ever touching the receiver.

In most cases, the lower the stats for a corner, the better the corner was(provided, of course, they played a lot of games.) Deion didn't get the ball thrown his way for almost entire seasons. One receiver was completely taken out of the game, EVERY.SINGLE.GAME.
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RB - Barry Sanders

that's about it.
You give far too little credit to the Lions of the 50s. Of course, they would comprise most of the team, but still...
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Plus Charlie Sanders, Herman Moore, Doak Walker, Dick LeBeau, Night Train Lane, and Chris Spielman.
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Your comment reflects your username. Anyone old enough to have seen Deion Sanders play in his prime would know better. As a Broncos fan, I love Champ Bailey, but he does not even come close to Deion's coverage skills.
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I know Steelers have been done already, but here's another one with a few changes.

QB - Terry Bradshaw, Honourable Mention - Big Ben
RB - Franco Harris
FB - Jerome Bettis, out of position, but just trying to realistically maximize talent. If this team was actually going to play a game, I'd probably want Dan Kreider in here and have a Bus and Franco RB combo.
WR - Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, Hines Ward
TE - Bennie Cunningham
C - Mike Webster
G - Alan Faneca, Demontii Dawson(capable of playing guard)
T - Larry Brown, Jon Kolb

DT - Joe Greene, Casey Hampton. HM - Ernie Stautner, Ernie Holmes.
DE - LC Greenwood, Dwight White. HM - Aaron Smith
OLB - Jack Ham, Greg Lloyd.
MLB - Jack Lambert. HM Levon Kirkland
CB - Mel Blount, Rod Woodson
S - Troy Polamalu, Donnie Shell. HM Carnell Lake. Couldn't decide who to leaven out as the starter so just left Carnell out as he hasn't won a SB.
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Redskins All-Time

QB- Sonny Jurgenson
RB- John Riggins
RB- Larry Brown
WR-Art Monk
WR- Charley Taylor
WR- Bobby Mitchell
TE- Jerry Smith
T- Joe Jacoby
T- Jim Lachey
G- Russ Grimm
G- Vince Promuto
C- Len Hauss

DE- Dexter Manley
DT- Dave Butz
DT- Diron Talbert
DE- Charles Mann
LB- Wilber Marshall
LB- Sam Huff
LB- Chris Hanburger
CB- Darrell Green
CB- Pat Fischer
SS- Ken Houston
FS- Paul Krause

K- Mark Moseley
P- Sammy Baugh

Caoch - Joe Gibbs
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RB Barry Sanders
K Jason Hanson

Thats all.
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RB Barry Sanders
K Jason Hanson

Thats all.
What is up with the Detroit Lions fans in this thread. Do you know anything about the history of your club.

You have 17 Hall of famers, 13 of whom went in as Lions.

You have three of the best Defensive backs in the History of the game in Barney, Lary and Lane.

Charlie Sanders was one of the best Tight ends of his era.

And Joe Schmidt went to 10 straight Pro Bowls and was 10 time All-NFL selection at linebacker.

Your team has 4 NFL Titles.

These are your Hall of famers you should really brush up on your history, shame on you.

LEM BARNEY (1992) 1967-1977
JACK CHRISTIANSEN (1970) - 1951-1958
EARL (DUTCH) CLARK (1963) - 1931-1932, 1934-1938
LOU CREEKMUR (1996) - 1950-1959
BILL DUDLEY (1966) - 1947-1949
Frank Gatski (1985) - 1957
John Henry Johnson (1987) - 1957-1959
DICK (NIGHT TRAIN) LANE (1974) - 1960-1965
YALE LARY (1979) - 1952-1953, 1956-1964
BOBBY LAYNE (1967) - 1950-1958
Ollie Matson (1972) - 1963
Hugh McElhenny (1970) - 1964
BARRY SANDERS (2004) - 1989-1998
CHARLIE SANDERS (2007) - 1968-1977
JOE SCHMIDT (1973) - 1953-1965
DOAK WALKER (1986) - 1950-1955
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