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  1. Fair enough 'Doom, there are few players today that I lik as much as the older players. The "throwback" types are my favorite, and they are few and far between.
  2. You still aren't grasping the main point 'Doom... No, the way back boys wouldn't stand a chance against the modern players for the most part, with rare exception. The way the game was played, two way players, complete players who had to be tough. Receivers who had to work to get open against a guy literally mugging them every play. QBs that could take a hit without crying about their mangina breaking, and they'd get up and play the next play. LBs who really were terrors and hit people like football was originally designed. RBs who would block willingly, and NOT throw their gear into the stands. Players who actually listened to their coaches, and if they didn't they rode the pine. No freaking TV timeouts, product placement BS... etc. Try looking at it from that perspective, because that's where I'm coming from.
  3. The point is that it has nothing to do with the "better living through chemistry " steroid crazed athletes of today VS the athletes of yesteryear... it has to do with the style of play and toughness. The men of decades ago played against others close to their size, and the same happens today. Of course the athletes are bigger, stronger, and faster... chemicals rule! The athletes of times past were mentally tougher, displayed more love of the game,and sportsmanship was NOT the exception... it was the rule. You say that it's not fact but opinion, and in that you're wrong. There WERE less rules, less bullshit, and the game was NOT compromised by the ever present need to make money by changing the rules so that the scores are higher, the game "more exciting", and it makes people watch the commercials so that the NFL makes more money. I am not a snob about it, as I appreciate the freak athletes accomplishments and still love the game. I would prefer to see the game return to it's roots, and do away with the roids, chemical enhancements of ANY kind, and let the Damn players play the game instead of turning it into a flag football fest.
  4. Sanders is the #1 cover corner of all time... but was a chickenshit tackler. He was picked too high IMHO.
  5. Atkins Green Burfict Munoz Williams Krumrie Fulcher Anderson Green Whitworth Too many all timers to keep the list at 5
  6. Anderson at QB (no brainer IMHO), Dan Ross has to be the TE, and I would also go with Bob Johnson at C. Richie Braham at G would be good, with Reimers also in the conversation. Mike Wilson WAS that good... also should be under consideration.
  7. There is no reason for OUR NFL team to not have their own covered practice facility except for the cheapness of the owner. For anyone to claim otherwise is just an attempt at trolling, lack of intelligence, or they are related to the Brown family.
  8. Reggie Williams and Bill Bergey over Spikes and Francis, they were MUCH better and Parrish was far better than any other CB listed. I also agree that Mike Reid should be in the mix at DT, he was a monster. Bergey and Justin Smith are tough calls, really good with us but excelled after they left.
  9. LOL! Too many to mention and if I go "Chief" on anyone, they'd lock me up.
  10. SOOOOooooooo sorry... didn't mean to offend/trigger anyone. I'll see if I can form a "safe forum" with ESA's so you have something to pet.
  11. The Broke, the Choke, and the Rookie Joke.
  12. I don't care for Jones, but as for everyone asking why he would video this and post it for everyone to see his actions, consider this; It's a given that he is immature as hell, and especially emotionally. It's also a given that if ANYTHING negative in even the tiniest measure happens to him, it's going to make the news somehow. So what I believe is that he feels he IS making strides (however tiny they may be) in his anger management, and wanted to get HIS own video out there before there was the usual media blast/twist/spin doctoring over an issue that was literally nothing. When he stated that he would've "smacked a n*****" (paraphrased), maybe before anger management that would've been his first reaction. I think he wanted to get this video out there to show that he DIDN'T go ape shit before someone claimed that he did. Either way, even though many feel he was stupid for posting the video, in the end it's up to Adam Jones in how he handles his shit and what HE wants to post online. That being said... he needs to be off my Bengals team IMHO.
  13. Can we get back to discussing the athlete and away from the sociological discussion please? Take it to another forum, while I would love to have this discussion myself... it doesn't belong on this forum. Thanks all... I'm done for the day.
  14. My bad... working on reversing it BJ.
  15. Hope so.... he can take Ray Rices place as their designated woman beater.