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#2011906 - 10/21/12 06:32 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: Blackie]
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Don't even wanna know who y'all think the best running back is!!!
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#2011907 - 10/21/12 06:33 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: Blackie]
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Look at that! Good ole Earl in all of his glory!
Great pic Rob.

Griese gets the press, but I do believe that it was Earl who direct most of the wins in that undefeated season after Greise got hurt.

Tex? how many rings Earl have? Couple with the Colts, the Dolphin win. More?

Had Kilmer and his "Over the Hill Gang" been able to conquer those Dolphins in the Superbowl, I may have gave him the nod. But as it stands......

Earl Morrall remains the Greates QB of all time.
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#2011908 - 10/21/12 06:36 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: bbo]
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Actually, Peyton Manning is my idol. VTG is runnerup.
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#2011910 - 10/21/12 06:42 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: BigRedOne]
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Come on now 33rd
What are you trying to do cause WWIII.

Besides Everybody knows Walt Garrison was the Greatest back EVER! Lil' Pudin was tough as nails!

John

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#2011911 - 10/21/12 06:46 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: 33rdStreet]
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 Originally Posted By: 33rdStreet
Don't even wanna know who y'all think the best running back is!!!


Well, since you asked...

According to the board know it all, "Greatness begins with championships won." That would be none other than Franco Harris (4 SB rings). If you don't agree with that then you are "stupid" and a "f*cking idiot."

BTW, no I don't belive Harris is the greatest running back ever (not even close)


Edited by vintagetoppsguy (10/21/12 06:47 PM)
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#2011914 - 10/21/12 06:52 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: vintagetoppsguy]
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I had to do it! I'm not even gonna say mine. You guys can slug it out on that one to!
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#2011915 - 10/21/12 06:56 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: BigRedOne]
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 Originally Posted By: BigRedOne
Besides Everybody knows Walt Garrison was the Greatest back EVER! Lil' Pudin was tough as nails!


Walt was a tough SOB, but your Cowboys bias may be showing through.

Rocky Bleier gets the nod in my book. Volunteer Vietnam Vet, shot in both legs, weighed about 180. Then came back to play because he was asked to. That's a football player right there. Plus, it's hard to ignore all those damn rings!!

Anyone not old enough to remember Bleier play needs to rent some NFL films and suspend posting on message boards until one changes one's mind.
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#2011917 - 10/21/12 07:03 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: bbo]
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Just some of my favorites by pic.............here is a few more


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#2011918 - 10/21/12 08:06 PM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: Blackie]
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Well, I will have to give you Rocky Bleier.
But Walt Garrison did bite the end of his tougne off in a game one. And he did get some hardware in 71.

Both Greats of the game for sure.

Larry Brown tough runner that as a Cowboy fan I hated seeing come to town. Tex says he was also color blind. After that hit he took from the "no Name Defense" that they show on NFL films all the time, I don't know how he wasn't permanately blind! A great back he was.
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#2011924 - 10/22/12 05:16 AM Re: GB vs. Seattle: Did the refs get it right? [Re: BigRedOne]
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 Originally Posted By: BigRedOne
Everybody knows Walt Garrison was the Greatest back EVER!

John


Walt Garrison was/is my all time favorite football player. It's because of him I became a Cowboy fan.

In 1971 he shared a backfield with Duane Thomas and Calvin Hill. Now that was a great backfield!

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