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Phin_Phan
05-15-2005, 02:16 PM
I made a thread about the your Top 5 players of all time.....I got a lot of responses, now I want to see what your top offense of all time will be......you can put past or present players.......I dont know a whole lot of Linemen so im gonna leave them out but you can put them if you want.

1 - QB
1 - RB
4 - WR
1 - TE
Linemen - if you want

QB - John Elway (I didnt put John Elway in my top 5 of all time, but the only reason I would put him in front of Marino in this case would be because Elway won a few championships, so if I were to want a QB on my team to take me to a championship I would pick Elway over Marino)

RB - Barry Sanders (IMO if he would have stayed and played a full career he would have EASILY passed the all time rushing record......IMO the best RB in NFL History)

WR - Jerry Rice (What else do you need in a WR?? The best of all time by far)

WR - Tim Brown (Incredible WR, one of the best of all time......Im glad I got to see him play a few years)

WR - Randy Moss (He is a proven WR, he hasnt had just a "few" good seasons, every season of his career has been great, his rookie season he had 1600+ yards and 17 TD's.......un-heard of, he has played two years less then T.O. and has numbers JUST under his......IMO if anyone can pass Rice its Randy Moss)

WR - Marvin Harrison (By the end of his career I believe he could be in the top 5 WR's of all time.....he has huge numbers every year, many receptions evey year and catches everything)

TE - Tony Gonzalez (I have to admit I dont know of a bunch of retired TE's in the league but from watching Tony over the years I have to say he's easily the best TE in the league, I believe he was the first TE in history with 100+ receptions in a season, and he always puts up huge numbers.......I dont know many TE's but for me, he's my pick)

Crisis
05-15-2005, 02:42 PM
QB - Unitas. Can't argue against someone who threrw a TD in 47 consecutive games.

RB - Brown. The greatest RB ever, was a man amongst boys.

WR - Rice. Self-explanatory

WR - Andre Reed. One of the most underrated WRs ever. Top 3 WR easily.

WR - Michael Irvin. Has some problems, but was nonetheless a great WR with a career shut short.

WR - Cris Carter.

TE - Kellen Winslow. No, not that punk in Cleveland. His dad.

T tes
05-15-2005, 04:49 PM
QB Jay Fiedler
RB Ricky Williams or Cecil Collins cant decide
WR Keyshawn Johnson
WR Amani Toomer
WR Carlos Rodgers
WR Travis Taylor
TE Kellen Winslow Jr

j/k

Seriosly now

QB Dan Marino
RB Walter Payton
WR Jerry Rice
WR Marvin Harrison
WR Mark Clayton
WR Michael Irvin
TE Kellen Winslow

CanadianPhinFan
05-15-2005, 08:18 PM
QB Jay Fiedler
RB Ricky Williams or Cecil Collins cant decide
WR Keyshawn Johnson
WR Amani Toomer
WR Carlos Rodgers
WR Travis Taylor
TE Kellen Winslow Jr

j/k

Seriosly now

QB Dan Marino
RB Walter Payton
WR Jerry Rice
WR Marvin Harrison
WR Mark Clayton
WR Michael Irvin
TE Kellen Winslow

Exactly what I would have written...MAYBE Randy Moss over Marvin Harrison though.

NorthFloridaFin
05-16-2005, 03:00 PM
QB - Dan Marino
RB - Bo Jackson (When he was healthy he was the most dominant player in the game)
WR - Jerry Rice
WR - Steve Largent
WR - Randy Moss
WR - Art Monk
TE - Tony Gonzalez (arguably the greatest to ever play this position)