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    greatest RB of all time??

    please take a look and leave feedback!!

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    Re: greatest RB of all time??

    Barry Sanders....case closed
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    Re: greatest RB of all time??

    [quote user="egyptian420"]Barry Sanders....case closed
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    Agree 100%

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    Re: greatest RB of all time??

    I agree about Sanders being the best all time. But, had ****erson spent his entire career with the Rams. I bet he would have hit 20,000 yards no problem. Payton is the 2nd best. 3rd best Emmitt Smith.
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    Re: greatest RB of all time??

    [quote user="flamethrower"]I agree about Sanders being the best all time. But, had ****erson spent his entire career with the Rams. I bet he would have hit 20,000 yards no problem. Payton is the 2nd best. 3rd best Emmitt Smith.
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    Re: greatest RB of all time??

    Emmitt Smith is #3, Barry Sanders number 2, Jim Brown is number 1

    he didn't have cutbacks but oh, boy could he bring it !!!

    as for the "U" ?

    hmmm, Frank Gore is all beast based on his NFL body of work, followed by McGahee IMO


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    Re: greatest RB of all time??

    As I've said before, the only way to compare athletes of different eras is to compare them to their peers. E.g., Babe Ruth was hitting more homers than whole teams when he was playing early on. Jim Brown was gaining 1000 yds. per year when no one else was (except Jim Taylor one year). Also, if you look at the Browns' passing attack, during Brown's early years, it wasn't very good. So, if the Browns wanted to score, they gave the ball to Jim and he rolled EXCEPT when he faced the Gmen, and that's because of Landry's 4/3.

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