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    Better generation athlete for their sport...

    Who is a bigger once in a generation athlete for their sport? Lebron James or Adrian Peterson?

    Simple question. Discuss.

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    Bron.

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    Lebron gets my vote too.

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    I hate the NBA but Lebron AINEC.
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    Kinda figured it would be lopsided. Wanted to make sure I wasn't smokin crack. A mod can close this If they want.

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    lebron since he plays sport where one individual can dominate a team to success. doesn't work that way in football. AP on the worst team in the league is still a bad team, lebron on the worst team is a contender
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    lebron since he plays sport where one individual can dominate a team to success. doesn't work that way in football. AP on the worst team in the league is still a bad team, lebron on the worst team is a contender
    Well stated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    lebron since he plays sport where one individual can dominate a team to success. doesn't work that way in football. AP on the worst team in the league is still a bad team, lebron on the worst team is a contender
    Not much more we can add to this discussion. Well said.
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    Adrian peterson will probably be the last great running back i think, in the conversation with barry saunders, walter payton, jim brown, emmitt smith

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    This isn't even close....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkenny01 View Post
    Adrian peterson will probably be the last great running back i think, in the conversation with barry saunders, walter payton, jim brown, emmitt smith
    I've been hearing people say that for 15 years about Emmitt Smith, LaDanian Tomlinson and now Adrian Peterson.

    You had 2 rookies last year put up big seasons Doug Martin (1,454 yards) and Alfred Morris (1,613 yards). For all we know they could keep putting up those numbers and be as big as anybody mentioned above.

    People said the same thing about Michael Jordan that nobody would ever come close. Well both Kobe and Lebron come close IMO


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    Lebron James, right now he's probably the best athlete in either of the 4 major sports leagues.
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