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Old 05-26-2010, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default Your All-Time NFL Team

QB Joe Montana Peyton Manning
TB Jim Brown Walter Payton
TB Barry Sanders Gale Sayers
WR Jerry Rice Lynn Swann
WR Randy Moss Art Monk
TE John Mackey Kellen Winslow
LT Anthony Munoz Orlando Pace
LG Bruce Matthews Larry Little
C Dwight Stephenson Jim Otto
RG Larry Allen Willie Roaf
RT Jonathan Ogden Randall McDaniel

DE Reggie White Deacon Jones
DT Joe Greene Alan Page
DT Warren Sapp Dan Hampton
DE Bruce Smith Michael Strahan
LB Lawrence Taylor Derrick Thomas
LB Dick Butkus Ray Lewis
LB Jack Lambert Jack Ham
CB Dick Lane Mel Blount
CB Darrell Green Mike Haynes
S Ronnie Lott Ed Reed
S Rod Woodson Jack Tatum

K Adam Vinatieri Sebastian Janikowski

COACHING STAFF (COLLEGE AND NFL)
Head Coach Bill Belichik
Offensive Coo. Mike Martz
Defensive Coo. Monte Kiffin
Quarterbacks Norv Turner
Runningbacks Eddie Gran
Offensive Line Alex Gibbs
Wide Receivers Kippy Brown
Defensive Line Ed Orgeron
Linebackers Mike Singletary
Defensive Backs Tim Walton
General Manager Bill Polian

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Old 05-26-2010, 07:18 PM   #2
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Solid list. My NFL all-time knowledge is far from great but Deion needs to be on this list. You could argue he is the best CB of all-time.
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Old 05-26-2010, 07:40 PM   #3
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no Deion is a fail
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Solid list. My NFL all-time knowledge is far from great but Deion needs to be on this list. You could argue he is the best CB of all-time.

+1 Deion has to be on the list.

Also not buying Randy Moss as a top 4 receiver.
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No, you don't need Deion on your team. I'd rather have someone that can actually tackle.

You have a number of players on there that I wouldn't bother with. Sapp for example. WTF?
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here is Peter King's All Time Team:

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/200...08/13/alltime/

QB | Otto Graham | Cleveland Browns (1946-55)
A quarterback should be measured -- most of all -- by winning. Graham quarterbacked his team to the championship game of his league 10 times in 10 years, winning seven titles. And he led the league in passing seven times in those 10 years.

RB | Jim Brown | Cleveland Browns (1957-65)
When you can run between the tackles the way he did, and still be able to turn the corner skillfully enough to average 5.2 yards a carry, you earn the right to edge the great Walter Payton for this honor.

FB | Bronko Nagurski | Chicago Bears (1930-37, '43)
The archives paint such a hammer-headed picture of Nagurski -- along with his ability to run it well and often -- that he seems like the Ice Age Mike Alstott with Jerome Bettis production.

WR | Don Hutson | Green Bay Packers (1935-45)
Best receiver of all time. Just look at the numbers. In a dead-ball era, he caught three times as many passes for three times as many touchdowns as anyone in the first 25 years of the NFL.

WR | Jerry Rice | San Francisco 49ers (1985-2000), Oakland Raiders (2001-04), Seattle Seahawks (2004)
Other guys were faster. Other guys had more athleticism. No one wanted it more, and no one had better hands. Rice is a player for every age, not just this one.

TE | John Mackey | Baltimore Colts (1963-71), San Diego Chargers (1972)
As a combo platter of blocker, receiver and cluth team player, no tight end has been better.

T | Anthony Munoz | Cincinnati Bengals (1980-92)
I once watched Munoz's line coach, Jim McNally, grade a gametape of his. "Every week it's like this," McNally said. "As close to perfect as a player can play." No player except Munoz can say he was all-pro and made the Pro-Bowl 11 years in a row.

G | John Hannah | New England Patriots (1973-85)
As technically sound as Munoz was, so was Hannah -- plus he was as mean on the field as he was gentlemanly off it.

C | Mel Hein | New York Giants (1931-45)
Its's so hard to compare eras, obviously, and Hein played from 1931 to '45. But no player in history played both ways, every week, for 15 years and at such a high level for a good team.

G | Jim Parker | Baltimore Colts (1957-67)
Parker was the only offensive lineman to make the Pro Bowl four times or more at two positions -- guard and tackle.

T | Forrest Gregg | Green Bay Packers (1956, '58-70), Dallas Cowboys (1971)
Close call over Jonathan Ogden, the best tackle of the past 15 years. Gregg played 188 straight games at a real man's man position, winning six NFL titles along the way.

OFFENSIVE RESERVES
POSITION PLAYER
QB John Unitas, Joe Montana
RB Walter Payton, Marion Motley
OL Dwight Stevenson, Gene Upshaw, Johnthan Ogden
WR Lance Alworth, Elroy Hirsch, Raymond Berry
TE Kellen Winslow


DE | Deacon Jones | Los Angeles Rams (1961-71), San Diego Chargers (1972-73), Washington Redskins (1974)
If they'd counted sacks in his day, he'd hold the all-time record. He was so fast and tough, Jones put the "fearsome" into "Fearsome Foursome."

DT | Joe Greene | Pittsburgh Steelers (1969-81)
Ask the Steeler players from a generation ago, and they'll tell you Greene was the keystone to the four Super Bowl wins. Selfless and dominant.

DT | Bob Lilly | Dallas Cowboys (1961-74)
The bedrock foundation of the Dallas defense for 15 years, Lilly was there every Sunday -- he played in 196 consecutive games -- and made every offensive game-planner work around him.

DE | Reggie White | Philadelphia Eagles (1985-92), Green Bay Packers (1993-98), Carolina Panthers (2000)
No defensive lineman ever -- Joe Greene was close -- rushed the passer and stopeed the run with the skill and consistent greatness of White.

OLB | Lawrence Taylor | New York Giants (1981-93)
As dangerous and impactful a defensive player as has ever played the game -- ask the Redskins -- and he played the run pretty well, too.

ILB | Dick Butkus | Chicago Bears (1965-73)
You can't have an all-time team without Butkus, who was a sledgehammer inside the tackles and an instinctive player from sideline-to-sideline.

ILB | Ray Nitschke | Green Bay Packers (1958-72)
Voted the NFL's all-time best linebacker in 1969, which would get an argument from Butkus. Nitschke was the defensive key to Green Bay's greatness.

OLB | Ray Lewis | Baltimore Ravens (1996-present)
For as long as I cover this game, I'll never see a more athletic linebacker than Lewis was in 2000, when he willed the Ravens to a Super Bowl title. He's declining now, but was a consistent 10-year playmaker at a high level.

CB | Deion Sanders | Atlanta Falcons (1989-93), San Francisco 49ers (1994), Dallas Cowboys (1995-99), Washington Redskins (2000), Baltimore Ravens (2004-05)
I feel bad putting a non-tackler on this defense. Butkus would have hated him. But the fact is, Sanders is the best cover corner in NFL history, and there's no room for arguments.

SS | Ronnie Lott | San Francisco 49ers (1981-90), Los Angeles Raiders (1991-92), New York Jets (1993-94)
Let's face it: In the era of football we all know best, no secondary player has been as feared and respected as Lott, the best combination of hitter, cover safety and corner in football history.

FS | Sammy Baugh | Washington Redskins (1937-52)
He's here not because he was the second-best safety of all time, but because he deserves two roles on this team (he's also my punter). The most versatile great player ever. Quarterbacked, too.

CB | Night Train Lane | Los Angeles Rams (1952-53), Chicago Cardinals (1954-59), Detroit Lions (1960-65)
Nice debut in 1952: 14 interceptions led

DEFENSIVE RESERVES
POSITION PLAYER
DL Gino Marchetti, George Connor, Bruce Smith
LB Chuck Bednarik, Harry Carson, Mike Singletary
DB Mel Blount, Rod Woodson
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Lambert isn't even one of his reserve LB's?

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Well thank God for Peter King, I'm sold!
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No, you don't need Deion on your team. I'd rather have someone that can actually tackle.

You have a number of players on there that I wouldn't bother with. Sapp for example. WTF?

So out of the 4 top CB's you wouldn't have the best coverage corner in the history of the NFL on your team? Even if you don't like his tackling, you could put him in on strictly passing downs. I see no logical reason he should be left off.
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Getting better all-around players.

Peter King sucks.
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No, you don't need Deion on your team. I'd rather have someone that can actually tackle.

You have a number of players on there that I wouldn't bother with. Sapp for example. WTF?
You obviously never saw Warren Sapp in his prime.
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Lester Hayes? Tim Brown?
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You obviously never saw Warren Sapp in his prime.

I have, you must not have seen much football.
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