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    NFL All Time Redraft Conference Finals

    NFL All Time Redraft

    This is a game a number of us played in a sub forum. The object of the game was to make the best overall team win the super bowl. GMs could pick any player who has ever been in the AFL, or NFL and could only select a maximum of 2 active players to start on either side of the ball.

    Vote for you believe has the best team.

    The Steelers have home field advantage over the Broncos.

    Steelers


    Offense

    QB: Brett Favre(Only player to ever win 3 straight NFL MVPs, All Time records include: Most career Passing yards, Most career Passing TDs, and Most career starts by a QB; #20 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #82 on TSN Top 100 Players of Al Time, 11-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, 1990s NFL All Decade Team)
    RB: Steve Van Buren(3rd Ballot HOFer, NFL 75th Anniversary Team, All Time Two-Way Team, #58 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #77 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, 6-time 1st Team All Pro, 4 rushing titles in 8 seasons, 1940s NFL All Decade Team)
    FB: Ernie Nevers(Inaugural Class HOFer, All Time Two-Way Team, #89 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, 5-time 1st Team All Pro in 5 year career, 1920s All Decade Team, Former Coach "Pop" Warner called Nevers "the football player without a fault")
    SE: Keyshawn Johnson(Career line of 814 receptions, 10571 rec. yards and 64 rec. TDs despite never playing with a top-notch QB, 3-time Pro Bowler, Great blocker and clutch receiver that could absorb devastating hits)
    LT: Willie Roaf(2nd Ballot HOFer, 11-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, 1990s All Decade Team, 2000s NFL All Decade Team)
    LG: "Iron" Mike Michalske(2nd Class elected to HOF, First Guard elected to the HOF, 1920s NFL All Decade Team, 5-time 1st Team All Pro)
    C: Dermontti Dawson(6th Ballot HOFer, 1996 NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year, 7-time Pro Bowler, 6-time 1st Team All Pro, 1990s NFL All Decade Team)
    RG: Joe DeLamielleure(HOF, 1975 NFLPA Offensive Lineman of the Year, 1977 Forrest Gregg Award Offensive Lineman of the Year, 1970s NFL All Decade Team, 6-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro)
    RT: Wilbur "Pete" Henry(Inaugural Class Hall of Fame, 4-time 1st Team All Pro, 1920s All Decade Team, All-Time Two-Way Team, Largest player of his time but -- according to NFL HOF site -- "had the swift reflexes of a man-eating tiger")
    TE: "Iron" Mike Ditka(1st TE ever elected to HOF, NFL 75th Anniversary Team, #59 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #90 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, 1961 NFL Rookie of the Year, 5-time Pro Bowler, 2-time 1st Team All Pro)
    Slot WR/RB2: Lenny Moore(3rd Ballot HOFer, 1956 NFL Rookie of the Year, 1964 NFL MVP and Comeback POY, #94 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #71 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, 1950s NFL All Decade Team, 7-time Pro Bowler, 5-time 1st Team All Pro)
    FL: Don Hutson(Inaugural Class HOFer, NFL 75th Anniversary All Time Team, All Time Two-Way Team, #9 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #6 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, 2-time NFL MVP, 8-time leading receiver in 11 year career, Held 18 NFL records at time of retirement, Then-record 99 receiving TDs stood as the highest career total for over 4 decades, 4-time Pro Bowler, 8-time 1st Team All Pro, 1930s All Decade Team)
    WR4: Lionel Taylor(Led the AFL in receptions 5 times in a 6 year stretch, First receiver to ever record a 100 catch season in 1961, 3-time Pro Bowler, 4-time 1st Team All Pro)

    Defense

    LDE: Willie Davis(HOF, #86 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #69 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, 5-time Pro Bowler, 5-time 1st Team All Pro, 1960s NFL All Decade Team)
    DT: Alex Karras(#8 on NFL Network Top 10 Players not in the HOF, 4-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, 1960s NFL All Decade Team)
    DT: Casey Hampton(Steelers All Time Team, 5-time Pro Bowler, Run-stuffing stud)
    RDE: Rich "Tombstone" Jackson(One of SI's 25 Hardest Hitters of All Time, AFL All Time Team, 3-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, SI's Dr. Z said that Tombstone Jackson "was perhaps the finest overall defensive end and pass rusher" he ever saw, "a surefire Hall of Famer if he would have had a longer playing career")
    WLB: Bobby Bell(3rd Ballot HOF, #66 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, #69 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, 9-time Pro Bowler, 6-time 1st Team All Pro, 1970s NFL All Decade Team, AFL All Time Team, Bell's Head Coach -- Hank Stram -- said about Bell "He could play all 22 positions on the field, and play them well")
    MLB: Willie Lanier(4th Ballot HOFer, NFL 75th Anniversary Team, #53 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #42 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, One of SI's 25 Hardest Hitters of All Time, 8-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, 1972 NFL Man of the Year Award)
    SLB: Greg Lloyd(Steelers 75th Anniversary Team, 1994 UPI AFC Defensive Player of the Year, 5-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro)
    LCB: Roland "Champ" Bailey(11-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, 2000s NFL All Decade Team, NFL Alumni Defensive Back of the Year 2005 & 2006)
    FS: Dick Anderson(1973 NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 1968 AFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, 1970s NFL All Decade Team, 1974 Walter Camp Man of the Year, 3-time Pro Bowler, 2-time 1st Team All Pro)
    SS: Donnie Shell(One of SI's 25 Hardest Hitters of All Time, Steelers 75th Anniversary Team, 2002 HOF Finalist, 5-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, 51 career INTs)
    RCB: Jim Thorpe(AP Greatest Athlete of the 1st half of the 20th Century, ESPN 7th Greatest Athlete of the 20th Century, Member of the Inaugural Class of the Pro Football HOF, #37 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #88 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, 1920s All Decade Team)
    Nickelback: Dale Carter(1992 AP Defensive Rookie of the Year, Only 24 career INTs because QBs avoided him, Randy Moss compared playing against Revis and Cromartie to playing against Carter and Hasty, 4-time Pro Bowler)
    Big Dime Free Safety: Don Hutson(30 career INTs in 6 seasons playing defense)

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    LDE: Jerome Brown(2-time Pro Bowler and 2-time 1st Team All Pro although he died in the prime of his career at age 27 in the offseason after his 5th season in the NFL)
    NT: Casey Hampton
    DT: Alex Karras
    LOLB: Greg Lloyd
    MIKE: Willie Lanier
    BUCK: Bobby Bell
    ROLB: Bryce Paup(1995 AP Defensive Player of the Year, 4-time Pro Bowler, 1-time 1st Team All Pro)

    Special Teams

    P: Ray Guy(NFL 75th Anniversary Team, 7-time HOF Finalist, 7-time Pro Bowler, 3-time 1st Team All Pro, Top 5 in punting average 9 of his first 11 seasons)
    K: Gary Anderson(Perfect season of 94-94 on FG and XP attempts in 1998, 1980s All Decade Team, 1990s All Decade Team, 4-time Pro Bowler, 1-time 1st Team All Pro)
    PR/KR: Jim Thorpe(AP Greatest Athlete of the 1st half of the 20th Century, ESPN 7th Greatest Athlete of the 20th Century, Member of the Inaugural Class of the Pro Football HOF, #37 on NFL Network Top 100 Players of All Time, #88 on TSN Top 100 Players of All Time, 1920s All Decade Team)
    Special Teams Captain/Gunner: Steve Tasker(5-time Hall of Fame Semi-Finalist, #9 on NFL Network Top 10 Players Not in the Hall of Fame, 7-time Pro Bowler, 7-time All Pro, Bills 50th Anniversary All Time Team, Head Coach Marv Levy once called Tasker the most important man on the Bills' roster)
    Denver Broncos



    GM's: dbroncos78087 and UKBronco58


    Depth Chart:

    Offense;

    [FONT="Garamond"]QB: Johnny Unitas - 10x Pro Bowl selection, 6x First-team All-Pro selection, 1x Second-team All-Pro selection, 3x AP NFL MVP, 3x UPI NFL MVP, 2x NEA NFL MVP, NFL 1960's All-Decade team, NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time team, 2x NFL World Champion, NFL champion, HOFer.

    RB: Emmitt Smith - 8x Pro Bowl selection, 6x All Pro selection, 4x NFL Rushing Leader, 3x Super Bowl Champion, NFL Offensive Rookie of the year, Super Bowl MVP, 2x NEA NFL MVP, PFWA NFL MVP, AP NFL MVP, NFL Leader in 100 Yard Rushing Games, All-Time leader Rushing Touchdowns (164), NFL Leader in Rushing Yards, HOFer.

    RB: Edgerrin James - First-team All-Big East (1998), AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (1999), PFWA Offensive Rookie of the Year (1999), 4 Pro Bowl selection (1999, 2000, 2004, 2005), 4 All-Pro selection (1999, 2000, 2004, 2005), 2 NFL Rushing champion (1999, 2000), 10,000 Rushing Yards Club, Eleventh-leading rusher of All-Time, NFL 2000s All-Decade Team, NFC Champion (2008)

    WR: Lance Alworth - 7 AFL All-Star selection, 7 All-AFL selection, NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, AFL All-Time Team
    1963 UPI AFL Player of the Year, San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame
    San Diego Chargers 50th Anniversary Team.


    WR: Charley Taylor - Pro Football HOF member, 8 Pro Bowl selection (1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975), NFL 1960s All-Decade Team, 1964 UPI NFL-NFC Rookie of the Year, 70 Greatest Redskins, Washington Redskins Ring of Fame, ASU Sports Hall of Fame

    WR: Eric Moulds - 3x Pro-Bowl selection (98, 00, 02) , 3x All-Pro Selection (98, 00, 02) , Buffalo Bills 50th Anniversary team, finished career 5 yards short of 10,000 receiving yards

    WR: Billy "Whiteshoes" Johnson - 3 Pro Bowl selection (1975, 1977, 1983), 3 All-Pro selection (1975, 1977, 1983), NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, NFL 1980s All-Decade Team, 1983 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, 1975 Pro Bowl MVP

    TE: Keith Jackson - Consensus All-American (1986), Super Bowl XXXI champion, Pro Bowl (1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1996), First-team All-Pro (1988, 1989, 1990), Second-team All-Pro (1992)

    LT: Rayfield Wright - 6 Pro Bowl selection (1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976), 4 First-team All-Pro selection (1971, 1972, 1973, 1975), 2 Second-team All-pro selection (1974, 1976), 2 Super Bowl champion (VI, XII), NFL 1970s All-Decade Team, 1972 NFLPA NFC Offensive-lineman of the Year, Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor

    LG: Dick Stanfel - 5 Pro Bowl selection (1953, 19551958), NFL 1950s All-Decade Team, 70 Greatest Redskins

    C: Mel Hein - Only Center to win an MVP Award, 1938 Joe F. Carr MVP, NFL 75th Anniversary All-TIme Team, NFLs 1930s All-Decade Team, #7 Jersey retired by the New York Giants

    RG: John Niland - 6x Pro Bowl selection (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973), 2x First-team All Pro (1971, 1972)

    RT: Mike McCormack - Pro Football HOF member, 6 Pro Bowl selection (1951, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1961, 1962), 2 NFL Championship victories (1954, 1955), 29-51-1 (regular season record), 29-51-1 (overall record)

    Defense;
    LE: Carl Eller - 3 NFC Champion (1973, 1974, 1976), 6 Pro Bowl selection (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974), 5 First-team All-Pro (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973), 2 Second-team All-Pro (1967, 1972), 7 First-team All-conference (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975), 2 Second-team All-conference (1967, 1974), 1971 NEA NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Minnesota Vikings 25th Anniversary Team, Minnesota Vikings 40th Anniversary Team, Minnesota Vikings Ring of Honor, 50 Greatest Vikings, NFL 1970s All-Decade Team

    UT: Ernie Stautner - 9 Pro Bowl selection (1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961), 10 All-Pro selection (1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961), 2 Super Bowl champion (VI, XII), 1957 Pro Bowl MVP, Pittsburgh Steelers #70 retired, NFL 1950s All-Decade Team, World Bowl champion (III)

    DT: Eugene "Big Daddy" Lipscomb - 3x Pro-Bowl Selection (1958, 1959, 1962), 2x Pro-Bowl MVP (1959, 1962), 2x AP First-Team All-Pro (1958, 1959), 3x NEA First-Team All-Pro (1958, 1959, 1961), HOF Finalist 1970, 1977

    DE: Lyle Alzado - 2 Pro Bowl selection (1977, 1978), 3 All-Pro selection (1977, 1978, 1980), Super Bowl Champion (XVIII), 4 All-AFC in (1977, 1978, 1980, 1982), 1 Second-team All-AFC (1979), 1982 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, 1977 UPI AFL-AFC Player of the Year

    RE: Greg Townsend - 2 Pro Bowl selection (1990, 1991), 4 All-Pro selection (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991)

    OLB: Dave Wilcox - 7 Pro Bowl selection (1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973), 2 Associated Press First-team All-Pro selection (1971, 1972), 2 Associated Press Second-team All-Pro selection (1967, 1973), 5 Newspaper Enterprise Association First-team All-Pro selection (1967, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973), 1 Newspaper Enterprise Association Second-time All-Pro selection (1968)

    MLB: Levon Kirkland - Pro Bowl (1996, 1997), All-Pro (1996, 1997), NFL Alumni Linebacker of the Year (1997), Pittsburgh Steelers Team MVP (1998, 1999), Super Bowl XXX appearance, NFL 1990s All-Decade Team, Consensus All-American (1991)

    OLB: Terrell Suggs - Consensus All-American (2002), Ted Hendricks Award (2002), Lombardi Award (2002), Bronko Nagurski Trophy (2002), Bill Willis Trophy (2002), AP NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (2003), PFWA Defensive Rookie of the Year (2003), AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2011), AFC Defensive Player of the Year (2011), 5 Pro Bowl (2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011), First-team All-Pro (2011), Second-team All-Pro (2008), AFC Defensive Player of the Month (November 2010, December 2011), Baltimore Ravens all-time career sack leader

    CB: Bobby Boyd - 2x Pro Bowl Selection, 3x All-Pro Selection, NFL 1960's All-Decade team, finished NFL career with 57 interceptions

    SS: Jim Norton - 4x AFL All-Star (1961, 1962, 1963, 1967), AFL All-Time interception leader, finished career with 45 career interceptions, #43 retired by the Houston Oilers

    FS: Emlen Tunnell - 9 Pro Bowl selection (1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959), 8 All-Pro selection (1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957), 2 NFL champion (1956, 1961), NFL 1950s All-Decade Team

    CB: Jack Butler - 4x Pro-Bowl Selection, 3x First-Team All-Pro Selection, Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time team, Ended Career with 52 interceptions, HOFer


    ST;
    K: Jim Bakken - 4x Pro-Bowl Selection, NFL 1960's All-Decade team, NFL 1970's All-Decade team
    P: Jim Norton
    KR: Billy "Whiteshoes" Johnson
    PR: Billy "Whiteshoes" Johnson

    Rotational players:

    Vernon Davis - 1x Pro-Bowl Selection, holds the record for most receiving yards in a playoff game by a Tight End

    Tedy Bruschi -
    2x Consensus All-American, 3x First-Team All-Pac 10, 1x Pro Bowl, 2x All-Pro, 3x Super Bowl Champion, 2x Ed Block Courage Award, AP NFL Comeback Player of the Year (2005), New England Patriots All 2000's Team, New England Patriots 50th Anniversary Team

    Gill Byrd - 2x Pro-Bowl Selection, 4x All-Pro Selection, San Diego Chargers All-Time Interception Leader with 42, San Diego Chargers 50th Anniversary Team, San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame

    Alan Ameche -
    Heisman Trophy winner (1954), #35 retired by Wisconsin Badgers, 1955 UPI NFL-NFC Rookie of the Year, 2x NFL Champion, 4x Pro-Bowl Selection, 1x First-Team All-Pro Selection, NFL 1950's All-Decade Team

    Offensive philosophy:
    Weapons. Weapons, weapons, weapons and a few more weapons.
    If this were real life, I think Johnny U would have risen from the grave to come and play with this offense.
    The duo of a QB and RB who are top 5 at their respective positions all-time was something we could not pass upon whilst adding "Bambi" Lance Alworth, possibly the best receiver of his time Charley Taylor and Edgerrin James.
    Running a spread offense with these calibre of players is just going to be too much for most defenses to handle. Alworth, Taylor, Billy Johnson, Eric Moulds, the big build of Keith Jackson and athleticism of Vernon Davis is such an array of talent at receiver and Tight End that Johnny Unitas needs to give me and db a big hug.
    This offense has everything. Edgerrin James and Alan Ameche to pound it up the middle behind Mel Hein (the only Offensive Lineman to ever win the MVP award) with nasty interior lineman John Niland and Dick Stanfel beside him and then Emmitt Smith to do whatever it is he did. He's just that good. We saw him light it up on one of the best offenses possibly of all time. Imagine what he could with this supporting cast.

    Defensive philosophy:
    This Defense is just mean. Wilcox and Kirkland in a front 7 with Alzado, Stautner, "Big Daddy" Lipscomb and Carl Eller spells trouble for any offense. DB and I didn't plan what which direction we should necessarily go on the defensive side of the ball when the draft started. We took whoever we thought was the BPA at that point in the draft and thankfully it formed what we believe is one of the best Defenses in the game.
    We have a brilliant DE rotation. Lead by one of the best End's to ever play the game in Carl Eller with tough SOB Lyle Alzado on the other side. Greg Townsend then rounds off this fantastic trio of Defensive ends with atleast 100 sacks each. These three players combine for 355.5 sacks over the course of their careers. But we're not finished. T-Sizzle, Terrell Suggs, the current DPOY, chips in with a modest (Lol) 82.5 sacks at OLB over the course of his eight year career to take the current sack total of this team from a ridiculously high level to a level so much higher that no word currently fits the bill.
    Now don't think that this defense is one-dimensional. I've just been too busy jerking off to our pass-rush.
    Ernie Stautner and Gene Lipscomb were both excellent in collapsing the pocket and stopping the run that we feel they are a perfect combination in the middle of the defensive line. Dave Wilcox and Levon Kirkland were also fantastic tacklers and hard-hitters to boot.
    Our secondary boasts one of the best Safeties to ever play the game. Emlen Tunnell. Some say he revolutionised the position and we firmly believe he did. The Pass-rush created by the front-7 will have Tunnell, Bobby Boyd, Jim Norton and Jack Butler and rotation nickel back Gill Byrd licking their lips at the amount of interception opportunities that will arise and vise versa with the coverage ability our two CB's will provide in order for our pass-rush to get to the Quarterback.
    This secondary combines for a staggering 275 interceptions.

    The reason we believe this team stands out from the rest is the balance it provides. There are no weaknesses to this team and we firmly believe it is one of the best teams in this NFL All-time Re-draft.


    We'd just like to add our congratulations to every team in this years Re-draft.
    Going to be very hard to pick a winner.

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    Unitas just has way to many weapons at his disposal, 2 great running backs a plethora of talented wide receivers and a match up nightmare in Vernon Davis who can line up at in a variety of different places and create match-up nightmares. i just dont see the steelers having the weapons to keep pace with Denver because to me the defenses are pretty equal, maybe a slight edge to the steelers but i dont think it would be enough to overcome the bronco offense
    Panic. It crept up my spine like first rising vibes of an acid frenzy. There I was. Alone in Las Vegas, completely twisted on drugs, no cash, no story for the magazine, and on top of everything else, a gigantic god damned hotel bill to deal with.

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    I agree Broncos are the best team in this game just have enough of everything to get the job done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggla53 View Post
    Unitas just has way to many weapons at his disposal, 2 great running backs a plethora of talented wide receivers and a match up nightmare in Vernon Davis who can line up at in a variety of different places and create match-up nightmares. i just dont see the steelers having the weapons to keep pace with Denver because to me the defenses are pretty equal, maybe a slight edge to the steelers but i dont think it would be enough to overcome the bronco offense
    Wow. The Steelers have better WRs than the Broncos. The Steelers have better RBs than the Broncos. The Steelers have a better TE than the Broncos. Try again.....
    Also, who exactly is going to defensively handle Ditka? 2 OLBs that weren't known for their coverage skills? Or does he put Tunnell on him, leaving the deep ball wide open for Favre to Hutson/Moore/Taylor? Either way, as good as the Broncos are, their secondary is a weakness against the Steelers. Favre would shred this defense.
    Last edited by SteelCurtain; 07-09-2012 at 05:33 PM.

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    Steelers for me.
    On Cam Newton:

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    So it's official.

    This jerk off is going to be the first QB taken in the first round (or maybe the first 5) in the modern era to throw less than 300 passes at DI level. and he might go #1 overall.


    hahahahahahahahahahahaha

    Nfl scouting is a joke.

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    Steelers because of Brett Favre.
    Take Notes Rook

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    I never knew Champ's real name was Roland lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunnicliffderek View Post
    Steelers because of Brett Favre.
    What, the inferior Quarterback?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKBronco58 View Post
    What, the inferior Quarterback?
    Very slight margin between these two QBs UK, with the better of the two revolving due to personal preferences.
    3 MVPs for each? Check
    NFL Network #6 player All Time = Johnny Unitas(Favre was #20)
    NFL Network Fan Vote #6 = Favre(Unitas didn't make the top 10)
    Either way, both were legendary QBs, but to dismiss Favre as "inferior" would be a fallacy.

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    I love emmitt smith, what can i say? he powered the cowboys to 3 superbowl wins, and when he was holding out the 1993 season, the 2 games he missed, we was 0-2.....

    i like favre though...

    was difficult decision.

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    Favre was clearly inferior to Unitas I don't care what anyone says. And that comes from a Favre fan.

    Unitas has a good case to be the GOAT. Favre, not so much.

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    Too many people judge Favre by the end of his career. Show me a QB whose peak was stronger? 3 straight MVPs? I'd be happy to have Favre as my QB any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelCurtain View Post
    Too many people judge Favre by the end of his career. Show me a QB whose peak was stronger? 3 straight MVPs? I'd be happy to have Favre as my QB any day.
    Are you suggesting I didn't watch Favre's peak

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    Quote Originally Posted by NormSizedMidget View Post
    Are you suggesting I didn't watch Favre's peak
    I am, if your name is "too many people"...../

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    lol

    I'm just giving you a hard time but I do think Unitas is a better QB. It's not a HUGE margin but it's not like neck in neck. In my VERY humble opinion.

    That's not what should decide this anyways.

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