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TheEagle

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  1. I have no problem rolling with Tonyan, Deguara, and Sternberger going forward.
  2. To be fair, the game was in KC (tough place to play) and Moore played well replacing Mahomes last year. The Chiefs went 2-1 with him, only losing to the Packers. They beat a good Vikings team.
  3. Disagree. There were two full speed, subtle cuts that Jones made on the play. First to his right and then back to his left. Then, he had the speed to split the safeties. Bottom line: it's a TD run that would not have been a TD if Williams was the ball carrier.
  4. Overall, ratings are down quite a bit. This was an aberration because, as stated above, the broadcast was simulcast on ABC.
  5. Both great RBs. I'd take Chubb, but it's close. He's a better runner. I think Chubb is capable as a receiver too (25 receptions in the first half last year before Hunt was active), but Hunt is better there
  6. That's a good one. The Spergon Wynn game vs. the Vikings in the playoffs come to mind for me. Favre threw for just 169 yards. Ahman Green ran for just 31 yards. However, Wynn (11-30, 114 yds, 1 TD, 3 ints) was so bad that it didn't matter. The Vikings actually had a 13-10 lead in the 4th quarter in this game. Packers won 24-13. The last TD was a Mike McKenzie pick six. Going way back, another bad one was a 2-9 Packers team beating a 1-10 Colts team 14-10 in 1991. Mike Tomczak went 5-17 for 50 yards and 1 int.
  7. Eugene Daniel, Mark Collins, Don Griffin, Louis Breeden, Ronnie Lippett, Mike McKenzie
  8. OT Andrew Thomas WR CeeDee Lamb DE Chase Young CB C.J. Henderson RB Jonathan Taylor
  9. PACKERS QB: Aaron Rodgers RB: Jim Taylor RB: Paul Hornung WR: Don Hutson WR: Sterling Sharpe TE: Paul Coffman LT: Chad Clifton LG: Gale Gillingham C: Jim Ringo RG: Jerry Kramer RT: Forrest Gregg DE: Reggie White DT: Henry Jordan DT: Dave Hanner DE: Willie Davis LB: Clay Matthews LB: Ray Nitschke LB: Dave Robinson CB: Herb Adderley FS: Willie Wood SS: LeRoy Butler CB: Charles Woodson K: Mason Crosby P: Craig Hentrich HC: Vince Lombardi QB: Choose Favre or Starr instead, and I won't argue. Rodgers at his best (2010-2015) is the best QB'ing I've ever seen. RB: Ahman Green should be on this team. Underrated, but the other guys are Hall of Famers. WR: James Lofton should be on this team. Donald Driver too. Jordy Nelson would make the 53-man team. LT: Another good year or two from David Bakhtiari, and he'll push Clifton to second team. S: If Nick Collins hadn't gotten injured, he was on his way to a LeRoy Butler type career. Other noteworthy players: OT Ken Ruettgers, OT Mark Tauscher, OG Josh Sitton, OG Marco Rivera, OC Larry McCarren, DE Ezra Johnson, DE Aaron Kampman, DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DT Gilbert Brown, LB Bill Forester, LB LeRoy Caffey, LB Fred Carr, LB Tim Harris, CB Bob Jeter, CB Willie Buchanon, CB Ken Ellis, S Bobby Dillon, PK Ryan Longwell
  10. Don't really get this take. I thinks he's 2-1-1 against the Packers, a bad call from being 2-2. He lost a home playoff game to the Packers.
  11. Easily. Elway is a top 5 QB. Carried mediocre teams to three Super Bowls, having some of the greatest playoff moments of all-time doing it.
  12. Edge of the top 10--depends if you include guys like Otto Graham.
  13. One more vote for Shields/Water. The next two combos for me would be Matthews/Munchak and Dennis Harrah/Kent Hill (mid-80s Rams).
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