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Interesting list here. I assume Fanene is being recognized based on how fun his name is to say.  I'm glad they are doing this. I always hate how few Bengals are in the HOF, but we don't even recognize our own.

 

 

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@Beck Bristow - the non-first 50s just seem like "we liked your personally and we're glad you played for us, so come out to the game on us".  Fine by me.  Corey Mays is also on the list, among a ton of other guys from the 70's and 80's i don't recognize.

I've at least heard of the guys on the first 50 list.

Is there a full list of the first 50?

 

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Here’s the entire list, from 50-1:

  • #50 – Stanford Jennings
  • #49 – Tim McGee
  • #48 – Robert Geathers
  • #47 – Brian Simmons
  • #46 – Greg Cook
  • #45 – Eric Thomas
  • #44 – Doug Pelfrey
  • #43 – Ross Browner
  • #42 – Lee Johnson
  • #41 – Justin Smith
  • #40 – Solomon Wilcots
  • #39 – Mike Reid
  • #38 – Rich Braham
  • #37 – Eddie Edwards
  • #36 – Joe Walter
  • #35 – Bruce Kozerski
  • #34 – Coy Bacon
  • #33 – Jim LeClair
  • #32 – Bill Bergey
  • #31 – Pete Johnson
  • #30 – Tommy Casanova
  • #29 – Eddie Brown
  • #28 – Louis Breeden
  • #27 – TJ Houshmandzadeh
  • #26 – Carl Pickens
  • #25 – Pat McInally
  • #24 – Ickey Woods
  • #23 – Rodney Holman
  • #22 – Dan Ross
  • #21 – Rudi Johnson
  • #20 – Bob Johnson
  • #19 – Takeo Spikes
  • #18 – Dave Lapham
  • #17 – Bob Trumpy
  • #16 – Lemar Parrish
  • #15 – Corey Dillon
  • #14 – Willie Anderson
  • #13 – Max Montoya
  • #12 – Reggie Williams
  • #11 – Ken Riley
  • #10 – James Brooks
  • #9 – Isaac Curtis
  • #8 – Boomer Esiason
  • #7 – Cris Collinsworth
  • #6 – David Fulcher
  • #5 – Jim Breech
  • #4 – Chad Johnson
  • #3 – Tim Krumrie
  • #2 – Ken Anderson
  • #1 – Anthony Munoz

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1 hour ago, Beck Bristow said:

Not sure what makes me more annoyed, Boomer at 8 or Willie at 14. Those are definitely top 5 guys to me.

Honestly the top 14 guys for me all have legit arguments for the top 5.  Lots of good historic players there.

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3 hours ago, Beck Bristow said:

Not sure what makes me more annoyed, Boomer at 8 or Willie at 14. Those are definitely top 5 guys to me.

Geathers at #48...

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32 minutes ago, TheVillain112 said:

Geathers at #48...

I think Levi Jones would have been a much better pick there.  At least he had more than 1 good year.

Also :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D because your arch nemesis made it.

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@theJ looking at that list, I'm going to assume they only counted retired players, but to me AJ Green should at least in the top 20 on that list. And at the rate he's going, he will be in the top 5 of that list when he retires.

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Was waiting to be disappointed at how undervalued Krumrie would be but that was a pleasant surprise.

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7 hours ago, TheVillain112 said:

I'm glad to see TKO on the list.  Bobbie Williams should have been as well, guards get no love...

That would have been better than geathers. 

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13 hours ago, MrCincinnati said:

@theJ looking at that list, I'm going to assume they only counted retired players, but to me AJ Green should at least in the top 20 on that list. And at the rate he's going, he will be in the top 5 of that list when he retires.

Yeah it's only retired players. Hopefully aj doesn't make the list for a long time ?

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