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Thread: Top 10 campaigns in NFL history

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    Marino's was the most significant in my eyes, because of the tremendous impact he had on that team, and the distance from what he did and what the average and previous high were. His accomplishment is simply so far beyond anything else that was being done at that time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awsi Dooger View Post
    It's insanity. Simpson should be closer to first than tenth. I'd probably rate him first.

    Buffalo had a rookie quarterback who completed barely 44% of his passes that year, and for only 5.7 yards per attempt. Defenses were already sturdy against the run in that era but against the Bills you could all but ignore the pass. Granted, Buffalo had an emerging talented offensive line and a rugged complimentary classic fullback in Jim Braxton. But 2000 yards was so unthinkable it didn't even enter the discussion until the final two weeks. That final game against the Jets was one of the memorable telecasts in NFL history, given the preoccupation on an individual quest, and the snowy playing conditions. The upcoming playoffs weren't a topic at all that week, competing against O.J.'s pursuit of history.
    Yeah but when you're a double murderer scumbag it kinda effects the way people look at you...It may not be fair to the facts, but it is fair to human nature!
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