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Offense:

QB- John Elway
RB - Walter Payton
FB - Larry Csonka
WR - Jerry Rice
WR- James Lofton
TE - Ozzie Newsome
OT- Jonathan Ogden
OT - Anthony Munoz
OG- Mike Muchak
OG - John Hannah
C - Dwight Stephenson

Defense: ( 3-4 )

DE - Reggie White
DT - Joe Greene
DE - Richard Dent
OLB - Lawrence Taylor
OLB - Derrick Thomas
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB - Mike Singletary
CB - Deion Sanders
CB - Mike Haynes
S - Ronnie Lott
S - Ken Houston


Keep in mind, i'm not as old as some of you fellas......;)

P.S. Screw Kickers.....
 
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Offense:

QB- John Elway Terry Bradshaw
RB - Walter Payton
FB - Larry Csonka
WR - Jerry Rice
WR- James Lofton Lynn Swann
TE - Ozzie Newsome
OT- Jonathan Ogden
OT - Anthony Munoz
OG- Mike Muchak
OG - John Hannah
C - Dwight Stephenson Mike Webster

Defense: ( 3-4 )

DE - Reggie White
DT - Joe Greene
DE - Richard Dent
OLB - Lawrence Taylor
OLB - Derrick Thomas
ILB- Ray Lewis Jack Lambert
ILB - Mike Singletary Jack Hamm
CB - Deion Sanders Mel Blount
CB - Mike Haynes Rod Woodson
S - Ronnie Lott
S - Ken Houston


Keep in mind, i'm not as old as some of you fellas......;)

P.S. Screw Kickers.....

Not NEARLY enough Steelers on your All-Time team!
 
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Offense:

QB- John Elway Terry Bradshaw
RB - Walter Payton
FB - Larry Csonka
WR - Jerry Rice
WR- James Lofton Lynn Swann
TE - Ozzie Newsome
OT- Jonathan Ogden
OT - Anthony Munoz
OG- Mike Muchak
OG - John Hannah
C - Dwight Stephenson Mike Webster

Defense: ( 3-4 )

DE - Reggie White
DT - Joe Greene
DE - Richard Dent
OLB - Lawrence Taylor
OLB - Derrick Thomas
ILB- Ray Lewis Jack Lambert
ILB - Mike Singletary Jack Hamm
CB - Deion Sanders Mel Blount
CB - Mike Haynes Rod Woodson
S - Ronnie Lott
S - Ken Houston


Keep in mind, i'm not as old as some of you fellas......;)

P.S. Screw Kickers.....

Not NEARLY enough Steelers on your All-Time team!

Bradshaw over Elway, Hamm over Singletary and Lambert over Lewis, no friggin way!

Blount over Sanders is pushing it too, the rest i could live with..... ;)
 

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Offense:

QB- John Elway Terry Bradshaw
RB - Walter Payton
FB - Larry Csonka
WR - Jerry Rice
WR- James Lofton Lynn Swann
TE - Ozzie Newsome
OT- Jonathan Ogden
OT - Anthony Munoz
OG- Mike Muchak
OG - John Hannah
C - Dwight Stephenson Mike Webster

Defense: ( 3-4 )

DE - Reggie White
DT - Joe Greene
DE - Richard Dent
OLB - Lawrence Taylor
OLB - Derrick Thomas
ILB- Ray Lewis Jack Lambert
ILB - Mike Singletary Jack Hamm
CB - Deion Sanders Mel Blount
CB - Mike Haynes Rod Woodson
S - Ronnie Lott
S - Ken Houston


Keep in mind, i'm not as old as some of you fellas......;)

P.S. Screw Kickers.....

Not NEARLY enough Steelers on your All-Time team!

Bradshaw over Elway, Hamm over Singletary and Lambert over Lewis, no friggin way!

Blount over Sanders is pushing it too, the rest i could live with..... ;)
Bradsahw has four Super Bowl rings, nuff said. Lambert has never been arrested. Think about it.
 
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Not NEARLY enough Steelers on your All-Time team!

Bradshaw over Elway, Hamm over Singletary and Lambert over Lewis, no friggin way!

Blount over Sanders is pushing it too, the rest i could live with..... ;)
Bradsahw has four Super Bowl rings, nuff said. Lambert has never been arrested. Think about it.


Trent Dilfer has a Super Bowl Ring if that's your best argument. Elway was just the better QB, he did more with less than any other QB in history. I'm looking at it objectively, you seem to be looking at it through homer glasses.

The "Ray Lewis is a criminal" stuff is just a deflection from the fact that he's better than any Steeler LB ever was, which hurts Steeler fans because they take pride in their LB's......
 

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Offense

QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB- Mike Singeltary
CB- Deon Sanders
CB- Darrrel Green
S- Ron Lott
S- Mel Renfro
 
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Offense

QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB-

You'll get slaughtered without a secondary. ;)
 
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QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB- Mike Singeltary
CB- Deon Sanders
CB- Darrrel Green
S- Ron Lott
S- Mel Renfro

Solid team, what NFL team are you a fan of?
 

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QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB- Mike Singeltary
CB- Deon Sanders
CB- Darrrel Green
S- Ron Lott
S- Mel Renfro

Solid team, what NFL team are you a fan of?

Giants

I only picked one Giant
 

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Bradshaw over Elway, Hamm over Singletary and Lambert over Lewis, no friggin way!

Blount over Sanders is pushing it too, the rest i could live with..... ;)
Bradsahw has four Super Bowl rings, nuff said. Lambert has never been arrested. Think about it.


Trent Dilfer has a Super Bowl Ring if that's your best argument. Elway was just the better QB, he did more with less than any other QB in history. I'm looking at it objectively, you seem to be looking at it through homer glasses.

The "Ray Lewis is a criminal" stuff is just a deflection from the fact that he's better than any Steeler LB ever was, which hurts Steeler fans because they take pride in their LB's......
Four Super Bowl rings. Four.

And Lambert had:
1,045 solo tackles, 23.5 sacks, 28 interceptions, played on nine Pro Bowl teams, was named 1st team on 7 of them, was named Defensive Rookie of the year in 1974 and Defensive Player of the year in 1976. His career was only ten years long.

Perhaps Ray Lewis can get permission from his Probation Officer to one day carry Mr. Lambert's jock strap for him.
 
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QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB- Mike Singeltary
CB- Deon Sanders
CB- Darrrel Green
S- Ron Lott
S- Mel Renfro

Solid team, what NFL team are you a fan of?

Giants

I only picked one Giant

Good man, no bias on that list, hard to argue LT not being the best OLB to ever play....
 
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Bradsahw has four Super Bowl rings, nuff said. Lambert has never been arrested. Think about it.


Trent Dilfer has a Super Bowl Ring if that's your best argument. Elway was just the better QB, he did more with less than any other QB in history. I'm looking at it objectively, you seem to be looking at it through homer glasses.

The "Ray Lewis is a criminal" stuff is just a deflection from the fact that he's better than any Steeler LB ever was, which hurts Steeler fans because they take pride in their LB's......
Four Super Bowl rings. Four.

And Lambert had:
1,045 solo tackles, 23.5 sacks, 28 interceptions, played on nine Pro Bowl teams, was named 1st team on 7 of them, was named Defensive Rookie of the year in 1974 and Defensive Player of the year in 1976. His career was only ten years long.

Perhaps Ray Lewis can get permission from his Probation Officer to one day carry Mr. Lambert's jock strap for him.

Lewis trounces Lambert and Elway trounces Bradshaw, homer.

Since you wanna go stupid with the alleged criminal shit, weren't those Steeler SuperBowl teams on steroids?.....:eusa_whistle:
 

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Trent Dilfer has a Super Bowl Ring if that's your best argument. Elway was just the better QB, he did more with less than any other QB in history. I'm looking at it objectively, you seem to be looking at it through homer glasses.

The "Ray Lewis is a criminal" stuff is just a deflection from the fact that he's better than any Steeler LB ever was, which hurts Steeler fans because they take pride in their LB's......
Four Super Bowl rings. Four.

And Lambert had:
1,045 solo tackles, 23.5 sacks, 28 interceptions, played on nine Pro Bowl teams, was named 1st team on 7 of them, was named Defensive Rookie of the year in 1974 and Defensive Player of the year in 1976. His career was only ten years long.

Perhaps Ray Lewis can get permission from his Probation Officer to one day carry Mr. Lambert's jock strap for him.

Lewis trounces Lambert and Elway trounces Bradshaw, homer.

Since you wanna go stupid with the alleged criminal shit, weren't those Steeler SuperBowl teams on steroids?.....:eusa_whistle:

And here's Mr. Lambert in Canton, Ohio:

Lambert_Jack_Induction_180-220.jpg
 

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Trent Dilfer has a Super Bowl Ring if that's your best argument. Elway was just the better QB, he did more with less than any other QB in history. I'm looking at it objectively, you seem to be looking at it through homer glasses.

The "Ray Lewis is a criminal" stuff is just a deflection from the fact that he's better than any Steeler LB ever was, which hurts Steeler fans because they take pride in their LB's......
Four Super Bowl rings. Four.

And Lambert had:
1,045 solo tackles, 23.5 sacks, 28 interceptions, played on nine Pro Bowl teams, was named 1st team on 7 of them, was named Defensive Rookie of the year in 1974 and Defensive Player of the year in 1976. His career was only ten years long.

Perhaps Ray Lewis can get permission from his Probation Officer to one day carry Mr. Lambert's jock strap for him.

Lewis trounces Lambert and Elway trounces Bradshaw, homer.

Since you wanna go stupid with the alleged criminal shit, weren't those Steeler SuperBowl teams on steroids?.....:eusa_whistle:

No way Lambert has the athleticism of Ray Lewis. Offenses planned their strategy around Ray Lewis. With Lambert they planned for the Steel Curtain

Montana is better than both Bradshaw and Elway

All I remember about Elway is that look of shock when Montana and the Niners beat him 55-10 in the SB
 

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Offense

QB Joe Montana
RB Jim Brown
FB Tom Rathman
C Dwight Stephenson
RG Ed White
LG Bruce Mathews
LT Anthony Munoz
RT Art Shell
TE Kellen Winslow
WR Jerry Rice
WR John Jefferson

Defense

DE Allen Page
DT Joe Green
DT Reggie White
DE Richard Dent
ILB Ted Hendricks
OLB Lawrence Taylor
OLB Ray Lewis
FS Ronnie Lott
SS Troy Polamalu
CB Mel Blount
CB Deion Sanders

K Adam Vinitari
P Ray Guy
Return Specialist Devin Hester
 

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My list in red

If you don't want to post one, you can just TRY and pick mine apart... :razz:


Offense:

QB- John Elway - Tom Brady (he earned it)
RB - Walter Payton
FB - Larry Csonka - Franco Harris
WR - Jerry Rice
WR- James Lofton Michael Irvin - #2 WR is a tough Call - Going off talent it would be Moss or TO, but they didn't play all the time. Going off stats it would be Steve Largent, but he wouldn't be mid-trier in todays game. I think Irvin was great and played hard every down.
TE - Ozzie Newsome - Shannon Sharpe - Tough to put him over Ditka, but Sharpe was the best receiving TE of all time and he could block also
OT- Jonathan Ogden - Larry Allen - Strongest man in NFL history
OT - Anthony Munoz
OG- Mike Muchak
OG - John Hannah
C - Dwight Stephenson - Bruce Matthews

Defense: ( 3-4 )

DE - Reggie White
DT - Joe Greene
DE - Richard Dent - Julius Peppers
LB - Lawrence Taylor
LB- Ray Lewis - Dick Butkus
LB - Mike Singletary
CB - Deion Sanders
CB - Mike Haynes - Rod Woodson - Undeniably the best ever, Sanders was a better cover man, but couldn't tackle, Woodson was the #2 best cover man in history and could hit hard
S - Ronnie Lott
S - Ken Houston- Troy Polamalu - Yep I mark him high, but I think he will go down as the 2nd best when he retires


Keep in mind, i'm not as old as some of you fellas......;)

P.S. Screw Kickers.....
 

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QB-Roger Staubach
RB- Tony Dorsett
FB-- Robert Newhouse
WR- Drew Pearson
WR- Michael Irvin
TE- Jason Witten
OT-Rayfield Wright,Larry Allen,
OG-Ralph Neely,Nate Newton
C-Mark Stepnoski

DE-Harvey Martin
DT-. Bob Lilly, Randy White
LB-DeMarcus Ware,Dexter Coakley
MLB-Chuck Howley
CB-Mel Renfro,Deion Sanders
S-Cliff Harris,Darren Woodson

Maybe put a few more Cowboys and this list would be perfect.
 

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Offense

QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB- Mike Singeltary
CB- Deon Sanders
CB- Darrrel Green
S- Ron Lott
S- Mel Renfro

^^^^^^^^^^^^ This!!

Thanks for saving me the work.
'Cept I'd keep Jerry Rice and trade Randy Moss for Lynn Swan and put Marino in for Montana
:eusa_whistle:


I was an impressionable 6yr old when I started watching the Dolphins with my dad.
That was 1972
:eusa_shhh:
 
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QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB- Mike Singeltary
CB- Deon Sanders
CB- Darrrel Green
S- Ron Lott
S- Mel Renfro

^^^^^^^^^^^^ This!!

Thanks for saving me the work.
'Cept I'd keep Jerry Rice and trade Randy Moss for Lynn Swan and put Marino in for Montana
:eusa_whistle:


I was an impressionable 6yr old when I started watching the Dolphins with my dad.
That was 1972
:eusa_shhh:

Randy Moss was gifted but too selfish to be great. I would take Charley Joiner over Moss any day.

Lynn Swan was on a great team and was known for running out of bounds.

Marino had a great arm and a great mind for reading defenses but he never won a championship so he's no better then Dan Fouts or any other QB with a great arm.
 

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Offense

QB- Joe Montana
RB- Jim Brown
RB- Walter Payton
WR- Jerry Rice
WR- Randy Moss
TE- Tony Gonzales
C- Mike Webster
T- Anthony Munoz
T- Art Shell
G- John Hannah
G- Larry Little

Defense

DE- Reggie White
DT- Joe Greene
DE- Deacon Jones
OLB- Lawrence Taylor
ILB- Ray Lewis
ILB- Dick Butkus
OLB- Mike Singeltary
CB- Deon Sanders
CB- Darrrel Green
S- Ron Lott
S- Mel Renfro

^^^^^^^^^^^^ This!!

Thanks for saving me the work.
'Cept I'd keep Jerry Rice and trade Randy Moss for Lynn Swan and put Marino in for Montana
:eusa_whistle:


I was an impressionable 6yr old when I started watching the Dolphins with my dad.
That was 1972
:eusa_shhh:

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYAlAFaxgcg]1972 Super Bowl VI-Dallas Cowboys v.s Miami Dolphins.flv - YouTube[/ame]
 

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