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Most complete back in NFL history

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How was the most complete back in NFL history?

Speed, power, receiving? 

i thought of AP at his best he was extremely fast and powerful but never a great receiver 

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Among the ones I've watched, it was definitely LaDainian Tomlinson. 

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Just now, EliteTexan80 said:

Marshall Faulk or LT for me. 

Faulk wasn't really a power guy, though.

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16 minutes ago, Starless said:

Faulk wasn't really a power guy, though.

I think he had power if he needed it, but never really had to deploy it - his speed, quickness and vision did the job. 

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25 minutes ago, Crickett said:

Either Jim Brown or Ladainian Tomlinson.

Jim Brown was amazing, but not as "complete" as Sweetness...

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45 minutes ago, freak_of_nature said:

Gurley could have an argument here in a few more years.

This board never ceases to not have a recency bias moment.

His best season in rushing yards wouldn't crack the top 200. His best season for rushing TD's is tied with 40 other guys at 93. Despite the benefit of a small sample size he's outside the top 20 for rushing yards per game in a  career. And last year was the only year he was even remotely impressive as a pass catcher.

Edited by lancerman

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Give me Walter Payton, a good QB, a strong line, a good TE, 2 solid WRs, a good D, good kickers, you will lose.

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I've only been watching football for nearly 2 decades now, so with what I know, LT by a good a margin.

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LT. But David Johnson has potenial to eclipse him. 

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