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    Greatest Giants yes or no

    Left plenty of room for adding names and it is between seasons, so

    QB's: Connerly-Tittle-Simms-Eli
    LB's: LT-Huff-
    OLine: Rosy Brown-Jack Stroud-Jumbo Elliot
    DLine: Katcavage, Grier-Strahan-
    HB's - FBs: Gifford-
    Receivers:
    DBacks: Landy-Tunnell-
    TE's: Bavaro
    y'all get the idea

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    This is gonna get out of hand, but in a good way LOL

    Carson, Marshall, Lockhart, Robustelli, Toomer, Tiki(yes, I said it),

    Thats just off the top of my head. Lots more can be added with some more thought

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    Jim Burt, Joe Morris

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    Quote Originally Posted by krankeybluechick View Post
    Jim Burt, Joe Morris
    Not only one of the greatest NY Giants, but probably one of the most important people of the 20th century.
    “Losers assemble in little groups and complain about the coaches and the players in other little groups, but winners assemble as a team,”

    - Emlen Tunnell

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    BRad Van Pelt, Carl Banks at LB.

    Dave Jennings- Punter

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    Otis Anderson - RB
    LT - LB

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    Here's my all time team of guys I've personally watched dating back to when I first started seriously following the Giants in 93...I'll go with a 4-3 D since thats what they've predominantly played in that time
    QB- Eli
    RB- Tiki, Hampton (might not have the numbers as some others, but there was a time when he was basically all the the Giants had on O), Bradshaw (a personal fav)
    WR- Plax, Toomer, Nicks, Cruz
    TE- Shockey, howard Cross
    FB- Charles Way
    LT- Will Beatty
    LG- Ron Stone
    C- Shaun O'hara
    RG- Snee
    RT- Kareem Mckenzie

    DE- Strahan
    DT- Hamilton
    DT- Fred Robbins
    DE- JPP
    LB- Armstead
    LB- Mike Barrow
    LB- Peirce
    CB- Sehorn
    CB- TThomas
    S- Shaun Williams
    S- Gibril Wilson
    PR- David Meggett
    KR- David Wilson
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    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    Here's my all time team of guys I've personally watched dating back to when I first started seriously following the Giants in 93...I'll go with a 4-3 D since thats what they've predominantly played in that time
    QB- Eli
    RB- Tiki, Hampton (might not have the numbers as some others, but there was a time when he was basically all the the Giants had on O), Bradshaw (a personal fav)
    WR- Plax, Toomer, Nicks, Cruz
    TE- Shockey, howard Cross
    FB- Charles Way
    LT- Will Beatty
    LG- Ron Stone
    C- Shaun O'hara
    RG- Snee
    RT- Kareem Mckenzie

    DE- Strahan
    DT- Hamilton
    DT- Fred Robbins
    DE- JPP
    LB- Armstead
    LB- Mike Barrow
    LB- Peirce
    CB- Sehorn
    CB- TThomas
    S- Shaun Williams
    S- Gibril Wilson
    PR- David Meggett
    KR- David Wilson
    Nice list! You would have loved Bavaro if you saw him play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njersey View Post
    Nice list! You would have loved Bavaro if you saw him play.
    Him and obviously LT...I caught the very tail end of Taylor's career, infact one of my first football memories was an LT strip sack on the Bears. I remember the announcer saying something like "He had now had a sack against every team in the NFL."

    Alot of great football plays have come and gone out of my memory, but for whatever reason that one managed to stick....Just watching old clips of Taylor though I can firmly say that the NFL has notseen anyone with his combination of speed, power and quickness since he retired. Watching him rush the QB is alot like watching a Lion take down his prey
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    Quote Originally Posted by juice33s View Post
    Him and obviously LT...I caught the very tail end of Taylor's career, infact one of my first football memories was an LT strip sack on the Bears. I remember the announcer saying something like "He had now had a sack against every team in the NFL."

    Alot of great football plays have come and gone out of my memory, but for whatever reason that one managed to stick....Just watching old clips of Taylor though I can firmly say that the NFL has notseen anyone with his combination of speed, power and quickness since he retired. Watching him rush the QB is alot like watching a Lion take down his prey
    I was lucky enough to watch his entire career, and you are correct.....I haven't seen a defensive player match LT. Sure, on any given day, I've seen defensive players have a lights-out game.....but nobody ever player with such intensity, so consistently, and for as long as LT.
    “Losers assemble in little groups and complain about the coaches and the players in other little groups, but winners assemble as a team,”

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