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    check his stats before Manning came around... good but not Pro Bowl level.

    Put Harrison on the Browns, or Dolphins, or someone else with a bad QB and I guarantee he puts up maybe one PB season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cards0505 View Post
    check his stats before Manning came around... good but not Pro Bowl level.

    Put Harrison on the Browns, or Dolphins, or someone else with a bad QB and I guarantee he puts up maybe one PB season.
    He'd been in the league for 2 years before Manning's first year. Harrison's first year he was a 3rd WR. His second he put up decent numbers with an injuried Harbaugh and Kelly Holcolme. That's a pathetic attempt to bash Harrison and his Hall of Fame career. If you put any wide receiver on the Browns or Dolphins they will be sub-par. You know why? Because isn't a QB. Are you f-ing kidding me? Don't speak, please.

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    Exactly there isnt a QB. Manning is making Harrison better than he is. Just like Wayne and Moorehead. and Clark and so on and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cards0505 View Post
    Exactly there isnt a QB. Manning is making Harrison better than he is. Just like Wayne and Moorehead. and Clark and so on and so on.
    In that case, Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Pluxico Burress, Chris Chambers, Alge Crumpler, Jeremy Shockey, and many others are all subpar based on your logic. That's the dumbest thing I have ever heard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinals1226 View Post
    He'd been in the league for 2 years before Manning's first year. Harrison's first year he was a 3rd WR. His second he put up decent numbers with an injuried Harbaugh and Kelly Holcolme. That's a pathetic attempt to bash Harrison and his Hall of Fame career. If you put any wide receiver on the Browns or Dolphins they will be sub-par. You know why? Because isn't a QB. Are you f-ing kidding me? Don't speak, please.
    wow no mercy
    also do you to I didnt know that it was a list




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    [QUOTE=cardinals1226;1596841]Sub-par? I should smack for saying something stupid as that. Who you going to put there instead of Harrison? And don't say Moss or Ownes or I really will smack you.

    Why do you have to smack someone???




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    Quote Originally Posted by chicagoman1 View Post
    wow no mercy
    also do you to I didnt know that it was a list
    It's fine, no worries.

    Quote Originally Posted by chicagoman1 View Post
    Why do you have to smack someone???
    It's not meant in a way of violence, just in a way of a wake up call. It's hard to believe that he is writting off one of the top 5 WR of all time solely because he has been with Manning nearly his entire career. In that case, Rice doesn't belong on the list either then because he played with Montana and Young. It doesn't make sense and is a horrible arguement. I have nothing against him, but honestly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinals1226 View Post
    I second that. Barry put up huge numbers in a shortened career. Imagine where he could have been if he played another 5-6 years like it was possible to do. He'd be the undoubted best player ever. Currently, it's a toss up. There have been so many good players.

    Pre-2007
    QB - Joe Montana, Dan Mario, Steve Young
    RB - Barry Sanders, Jim Brown, Walt Payton
    WR - Jerry Rice, Tim Brown, Cris Carter
    Defense - Reggie White, Lawerence Taylor

    Currently
    QB - Peyton Manning, Tom Brady
    RB - Ladainian Tomlinson, Shaun Alexander
    WR - Marvin Harrison
    Defense - Shawne Merriman, Brian Urlacher, Ray Lewis
    agreed. JERRY RICE IS THE G.O.A.T. (GREATEST OF ALL TIME) NO BETTER TO COMPARE TO WHAT HE HAS DONE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinals1226 View Post
    It's fine, no worries.



    It's not meant in a way of violence, just in a way of a wake up call. It's hard to believe that he is writting off one of the top 5 WR of all time solely because he has been with Manning nearly his entire career. In that case, Rice doesn't belong on the list either then because he played with Montana and Young. It doesn't make sense and is a horrible arguement. I have nothing against him, but honestly.
    oh a wake up call? lol
    Yea he is wrong and you bring up a great point about Rice compared to Harrison




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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinals1226 View Post
    He'd been in the league for 2 years before Manning's first year. Harrison's first year he was a 3rd WR. His second he put up decent numbers with an injuried Harbaugh and Kelly Holcolme. That's a pathetic attempt to bash Harrison and his Hall of Fame career. If you put any wide receiver on the Browns or Dolphins they will be sub-par. You know why? Because isn't a QB. Are you f-ing kidding me? Don't speak, please.
    You get him YOU GET HIM lol




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    Quote Originally Posted by tuffstuff View Post
    jim mcmahon
    jim mcmahon!?
    if it was a qb, Brett Farve
    but all around Barry Sanders, runs the ball, catches it, hes a beast!
    defense without a doubt LT or Reggie White

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    Quote Originally Posted by awwwkrap View Post
    jim mcmahon!?
    if it was a qb, Brett Farve
    but all around Barry Sanders, runs the ball, catches it, hes a beast!
    defense without a doubt LT or Reggie White
    Sarcasm.

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    Bo Jackson was a beast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinals1226 View Post
    In that case, Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Pluxico Burress, Chris Chambers, Alge Crumpler, Jeremy Shockey, and many others are all subpar based on your logic. That's the dumbest thing I have ever heard.

    Moss (no qb, no stats), Chambers (needs a QB).... theres only about 10 great wideouts in the league. Legit good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wake's Fastball View Post
    Sanders, wouldn't even be a question had he not retired prematurely.
    You talkin about Barry or Deion? But my answer would be neither.
    Defense would be LT.
    Offense would be Jerry Rice

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