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  • #16
    Originally posted by Liquid Tension View Post

    That is incorrect...

    You've made other childish posts out here claiming that Barkley is going to bring multiple SB wins with the Giants...

    Guess it's hard to remember all the ridiculous posts you make out here...

    Carry on!!
    "Childish posts"? So now it's "childish" to say that you hope Barkley will help the Giants win a few SBs during his career? Wow.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Parademon1 View Post

      "Childish posts"? So now it's "childish" to say that you hope Barkley will help the Giants win a few SBs during his career? Wow.
      That's not the childish part of your responses but now it's obvious that things need to be presented in a more childish manner for you to understand...

      Carry on with your quest to get Tiki in the HoF... I'm sure it'll help...

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      • #18
        Needed 1 more year.

        That said, his last 5 YEARS were arguably the greatest 5 consecutive years any RB has ever had, ever.
        http://thegiantsboard.proboards.com/

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        • #19
          Is he still one of only 3 in history to have 10,000 rushing and 5000 receiving? When Davis got in to me it blows the door wide open for Tiki. Tiki was better than Davis. One of ONLY THREE

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          • #20
            Look at this list. Look at the years Tiki played compared to others. Look how many teams many of the others played for. Look how many HoFers there are:

            Yards from Scrimmage Leaders
            • + indicates Hall of Famer
            • Glossary
            Jerry Rice+ 23,540 1985-2004 3TM
            Emmitt Smith+ 21,579 1990-2004 2TM
            Walter Payton+ 21,264 1975-1987 chi
            Marshall Faulk+ 19,154 1994-2005 2TM
            LaDainian Tomlinson+ 18,456 2001-2011 2TM
            Barry Sanders+ 18,190 1989-1998 det
            Frank Gore 17,698 2005-2017 2TM
            Marcus Allen+ 17,654 1982-1997 2TM
            Curtis Martin+ 17,430 1995-2005 2TM
            Thurman Thomas+ 16,532 1988-2000 2TM
            Tony Dorsett+ 16,293 1977-1988 2TM
            Terrell Owens+ 16,185 1996-2010 5TM
            Tiki Barber 15,632 1997-2006 nyg
            Larry Fitzgerald 15,613 2004-2017 crd
            Edgerrin James 15,610 1999-2009 3TM
            Randy Moss+ 15,451 1998-2012 5TM
            Eric Dickerson+ 15,396 1983-1993 4TM
            Isaac Bruce 15,347 1994-2009 2TM
            Warrick Dunn 15,306 1997-2008 2TM
            Tony Gonzalez 15,141 1997-2013 2TM

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            • #21
              Originally posted by TE88 View Post
              Look at this list. Look at the years Tiki played compared to others. Look how many teams many of the others played for. Look how many HoFers there are:

              Yards from Scrimmage Leaders
              • + indicates Hall of Famer
              • Glossary
              Jerry Rice+ 23,540 1985-2004 3TM
              Emmitt Smith+ 21,579 1990-2004 2TM
              Walter Payton+ 21,264 1975-1987 chi
              Marshall Faulk+ 19,154 1994-2005 2TM
              LaDainian Tomlinson+ 18,456 2001-2011 2TM
              Barry Sanders+ 18,190 1989-1998 det
              Frank Gore 17,698 2005-2017 2TM
              Marcus Allen+ 17,654 1982-1997 2TM
              Curtis Martin+ 17,430 1995-2005 2TM
              Thurman Thomas+ 16,532 1988-2000 2TM
              Tony Dorsett+ 16,293 1977-1988 2TM
              Terrell Owens+ 16,185 1996-2010 5TM
              Tiki Barber 15,632 1997-2006 nyg
              Larry Fitzgerald 15,613 2004-2017 crd
              Edgerrin James 15,610 1999-2009 3TM
              Randy Moss+ 15,451 1998-2012 5TM
              Eric Dickerson+ 15,396 1983-1993 4TM
              Isaac Bruce 15,347 1994-2009 2TM
              Warrick Dunn 15,306 1997-2008 2TM
              Tony Gonzalez 15,141 1997-2013 2TM
              Great list & more than proves Tiki has the stats worthy of the HOF. No RB ever put up the numbers in their final 3 yrs that Tiki did, let alone the final 5yrs.

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              • #22
                he does deserve it. and he was almost mvp in 2005. he was still a great player when he quit.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by LTMVP View Post
                  he does deserve it. and he was almost mvp in 2005. he was still a great player when he quit.
                  Cost himself a ring by quitting 1 yr too early. Makes you wonder how much better the Giants mighta been in 07' with him in the backfield that yr.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Parademon1 View Post
                    How is Terrel Davis in the HOF but Tiki is not?

                    T-Davis career Stats: 7607 rushing Yds 65 total TDs YPC 4.6
                    Barber career stats: 10,449 rushing yds 67 total TDs YPC 4.7

                    No RB in NFL history ever put up the rushing/rec stats in their final 3 yrs in the NFL like Tiki did at ages 29-30-31

                    2004- 1518yds 13 TDs 4.7 ypc rec 52 yds 578 TDs 2 total yds from scrimmage 2096 led NFL
                    2006- 1860yds 9 TDs 5.2 ypc rec 54 yds 530 TDs 2 total yds from scrimmage 2390 led NFL
                    2006- 1662yds 5 TDs 5.1 ypc rec 58 yds 465 TDs 0 total yds from scrimmage 2127

                    Tiki retired 2 yrs too early & would have easily amassed another 2000 rushing yds along with another 100 rec 1000 rec yds & probably another 15 TDs had he played till 08'.

                    He's the #26 all time leading rusher in NFL history ahead of many HOF RBs such as Earl Campbell, Jim Taylor & Larry Csonka and he outrushed great RBs such as Herschel Walker, Roger Craig & Priest Holmes to mention a few. The man rates to be in the HOF.
                    If I had to take a guess, I would say that td won 2 superbowls and had a superbowl mvp. If tiki had a superbowl ring, I would say he would definitely be in.

                    then you have the whole issue on how he left the giants and things he said. If you do that, and dont have best ever status ie LT, it makes things much more difficult.
                    [SIGPIC]

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Bronxpinstripes View Post

                      Forget Tiki Barber...why isn't Saquon Barkley in the HOF yet? What are they waiting for?
                      lol

                      But as for Tiki he's only about 600 yards from scrimmage behind Tony Dorsett

                      That's rather impressive

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                      • #26
                        Was Tiki a cancer in the locker room??
                        They sure did great without him and all his stats once he quit...
                        Just saying..

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Liquid Tension View Post
                          Was Tiki a cancer in the locker room??
                          They sure did great without him and all his stats once he quit...
                          Just saying..
                          The continued disrespect towards a giants great like Tiki is pathetic.
                          “It drops deep as it does in my breath

                          I never sleep, cuz sleep is the cousin of death

                          Beyond the walls of intelligence, life is defined

                          I think of crime, when I’m in a New York state of mind.”

                          Nasir Jones

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by SG88 View Post

                            The continued disrespect towards a giants great like Tiki is pathetic.
                            Gotta figure those talking caca about him were too young to have seen him play. Ignorance is not bliss.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by SG88 View Post

                              The continued disrespect towards a giants great like Tiki is pathetic.
                              Tiki was the best rb I saw play. The game against the skins after Wellington died was something special

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by dezzzR View Post

                                Tiki was the best rb I saw play. The game against the skins after Wellington died was something special
                                Too bad you missed out on seeing Barry Sanders or Walter Payton play...

                                They are HoF worthy...

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