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NFL Top 100 of All Time
« on: December 22, 2019, 02:42:50 PM »
Here check out the top NFL’s 100 players list.

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 1. Jerry Rice
 2. Jim Brown
 3. Lawrence Taylor
 4. Joe Montana
 5. Walter Payton
 6. Johnny Unitas
 7. Reggie White
 8. Peyton Manning
 9. Don Hutson
 10. Dick Butkus
 11. Ronnie Lott
 12. Anthony Munoz
 13. Joe Greene
 14. Sammy Baugh
 15. Deacon Jones
 16. Otto Graham
 17. Barry Sanders
 18. Ray Lewis
 19. Bronko Nagurski
 20. Brett Favre
 21. Tom Brady
 22. Gale Sayers
 23. John Elway
 24. John Hannah
 25. Dan Marino
 26. Bob Lilly
 27. Merlin Olsen
 28. Emmitt Smith
 29. Jack Lambert
 30. Dick “Night Train” Lane
 31. Bruce Smith       
 32. Jim Parker           
 33. Sid Luckman     
 34. Deion Sanders   
 35. Chuck Bednarik
 36. Raymond Berry
 37. Jim Thorpe       
 38. Lance Alworth 
 39. Gino Marchetti
 40. O.J. Simpson     
 41. Rod Woodson   
 42. John Mackey   
 43. Alan Page           
 44. Mel Blount         
 45. Tony Gonzalez
 46. Roger Staubach
 47. Ray Nitschke     
 48. Red Grange       
 49. Mike Haynes     
 50. Terry Bradshaw
 51. Bart Starr
 52. Eric Dickerson
 53. Willie Lanier
 54. Forrest Gregg
 55. Earl Campbell
 56. Gene Upshaw
 57. Mike Singletary
 58. Steve Van Buren
 59. Mike Ditka
 60. Jack Ham
 61. LaDainian Tomlinson
 62. Randy White
 63. Jim Otto
 64. Herb Adderley
 65. Randy Moss
 66. Willie Brown
 67. Kellen Winslow
 68. Mike Webster
 69. Bobby Bell
 70. Marshall Faulk
 71. Paul Warfield
 72. Jonathan Ogden
 73. Ozzie Newsome
 74. Marion Motley
 75. Darrell Green
 76. Art Shell
 77. Tony Dorsett
 78. Bruce Matthews
 79. Emlen Tunnell
 80. Troy Aikman
 81. Steve Young
 82. Ted Hendricks
 83. Norm Van Brocklin
 84. Joe Schmidt
 85. Marcus Allen
 86. Willie Davis
 87. Elroy “Crazylegs” Hirsch
 88. Ed Reed
 89. Ernie Nevers
 90. Kurt Warner
 91. Fran Tarkenton
 92. Michael Irvin
 93. Sam Huff
 94. Lenny Moore
 95. Larry Allen
 96. Mel Hein
 97. Derrick Brooks
 98. Lee Roy Selmon
 99. Michael Strahan
 100. Joe Namath
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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2019, 05:12:42 AM »
There’s been a top 100 players show with Bill Belichick as a host/analyst, which my husband and son have really enjoyed. I’m too casual a fan (with zero memory for sports stuff) to have any opinion. :D

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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2019, 12:51:52 PM »
What about track stars?

It is good to see someone else contribute to the open pub though. So this thread is welcome.

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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2019, 12:51:49 PM »
What about track stars?


"the only thing more boring than running, is watching other people run."

where's some of brutal's old threads about runners? most of the work's done for a top 100 with his old chestnuts...

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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2020, 07:56:30 PM »
No Drew Brees in the top 100? Not a real great list.

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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #5 on: January 28, 2020, 08:39:56 AM »
No Drew Brees in the top 100? Not a real great list.



they were trying to pander to a lot of historians with some of these names. should have been broken down by eras; pre-superbowl, superbowl to expansion, expansion to either the new millennium or to now...
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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #7 on: July 21, 2020, 08:58:14 PM »
Tom Brady below Brett Favre?

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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #8 on: July 23, 2020, 06:42:00 AM »
Tom Brady below Brett Favre?

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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #9 on: July 27, 2020, 06:19:59 PM »
Brady is obvious 1.   :toilet: :toilet: Followed by the 1st 4 on the list,after that who knows.


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Re: NFL Top 100 of All Time
« Reply #10 on: July 28, 2020, 10:03:47 AM »
Brady is obvious 1.   :toilet: :toilet: Followed by the 1st 4 on the list,after that who knows.



I agree, but even if you don't agree that it's Brady, shouldn't a QB be number one?  More than any position, it is the most important position on the field.  I do think Jerry Rice is the best WR (and stats show that to be the truth); but who would rather have, the best WR on your team, or best QB?

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