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Old 11-05-2010, 02:29 PM
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Default Peyton Manning

The Tim55's of this world should be interested in this info:

When naming the Top 100 players in NFL history, a panel of sportswriters, etc. have named Indianapolis's quarterback as one of the Top 10 players in history.

Peyton is now rubbing shoulders with Payton, Brown, Rice, etc.
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:50 PM
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The Tim55's of this world should be interested in this info:

When naming the Top 100 players in NFL history, a panel of sportswriters, etc. have named Indianapolis's quarterback as one of the Top 10 players in history.

Peyton is now rubbing shoulders with Payton, Brown, Rice, etc.
Interesting. Where does Joe Montana rank on this list?
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Old 11-06-2010, 12:04 PM
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Peyton Manning is simply the greatest QB ever to play in the NFL at this point in time. If the guy had a couple more SB wins, this would be indisputable. If he gets 3 to 5 more years out of his career, and maybe another SB win or two, there can be no argument. And for you, Samola, Brees is pretty good also. Just not in the same league as Peyton.
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Old 11-08-2010, 03:57 PM
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UPDATE: After yesterday's NFL contests, the sportswriters and assembled experts have revised their earlier rankings.

It has now been universally agreed upon that Michael Vick is both the greatest humanitarian and quarterback of all time. Peyton Manning, by contrast, is now ranked just below Bobby Hebert and one slot above Jon Fourcade.
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Old 11-09-2010, 05:51 AM
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I choked out my dog after reading this.
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:24 AM
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The number on the far left is the ranking the experts gave. The number next to the number on the far left, is the ranking given in a fan poll.


NFL Rank Fans Rank Name Position Team First Year

1 1 Rice, Jerry WR 49ers 1985 18 seasons Video
2 9 Brown, Jim FB Browns 1957 9 seasons
3 12 Taylor, Lawrence LB Giants 1981 13 seasons Video
4 2 Montana, Joe QB 49ers 1979 12 seasons Video
5 3 Payton, Walter RB Bears 1975 13 seasons Video
6 14 Unitas, Johnny QB Colts 1955 19 seasons
7 11 White, Reggie DE Eagles 1984 17 seasons Video
8 5 Manning, Peyton QB Colts 1998 Active 11 seasons Video
9 - Hutson, Don WR Packers 1935 11 seasons
10 18 Butkus, Dick LB Bears 1965 9 seasons
11 17 Lott, Ronnie DB 49ers 1981 14 seasons
12 80 Munoz, Anthony T Bengals 1980 12 seasons
13 29 Greene, Joe DT Steelers 1969 12 seasons
14 74 Baugh, Sammy QB Redskins 1937 22 seasons
15 43 Jones, Deacon DE Rams 1961 13 seasons
16 75 Graham, Otto QB Browns 1944 12 seasons
17 4 Sanders, Barry RB Lions 1989 10 seasons Video
18 16 Lewis, Ray LB Ravens 1996 Active 11 seasons Video
19 - Nagurski, Bronko FB Bears 1930 14 seasons
20 6 Favre, Brett QB Packers 1991 Active 17 seasons
21 20 Brady, Tom QB Patriots 2000 Active 10 seasons Video
22 26 Sayers, Gale RB Bears 1965 5 seasons
23 8 Elway, John QB Broncos 1983 16 seasons
24 - Hannah, John G Patriots 1973 13 seasons
25 7 Marino, Dan QB Dolphins 1983 16 seasons
26 97 Lilly, Bob DT Cowboys 1961 14 seasons
27 92 Olsen, Merlin DT Rams 1962 15 seasons
28 10 Smith, Emmitt RB Cowboys 1990 14 seasons
29 41 Lambert, Jack LB Steelers 1974 10 seasons
30 59 Train Lane, Night CB Lions 1952 14 seasons
31 33 Smith, Bruce DE Bills 1985 18 seasons Video
32 - Parker, Jim T Colts 1957 10 seasons
33 - Luckman, Sid QB Bears 1939 17 seasons
34 19 Sanders, Deion DB Falcons 1989 12 seasons Video
35 - Bednarik, Chuck LB Eagles 1949 14 seasons
36 - Berry, Raymond E Colts 1954 13 seasons
37 76 Thorpe, Jim RB Cardinals 1920 9 seasons
38 - Alworth, Lance FL Chargers 1962 10 seasons
39 - Marchetti, Gino DE Colts 1952 15 seasons
40 44 Simpson, O.J. RB Bills 1969 11 seasons
41 23 Woodson, Rod DB Steelers 1987 15 seasons
42 - Mackey, John TE Colts 1963 8 seasons
43 91 Page, Alan DT Vikings 1967 15 seasons
44 65 Blount, Mel DB Steelers 1970 14 seasons
45 45 Gonzalez, Tony TE Chiefs 1997 Active 11 seasons
46 30 Staubach, Roger QB Cowboys 1964 8 seasons Video
47 67 Nitschke, Ray LB Packers 1958 13 seasons
48 - Grange, Red RB Bears 1925 10 seasons
49 - Haynes, Mike DB Patriots 1976 12 seasons
50 22 Bradshaw, Terry QB Steelers 1970 13 seasons
51 36 Starr, Bart QB Packers 1956 13 seasons
52 28 Dickerson, Eric RB Rams 1983 10 seasons
53 - Lanier, Willie LB Chiefs 1967 11 seasons
54 - Gregg, Forrest T Packers 1956 11 seasons
55 35 Campbell, Earl RB Oilers 1978 7 seasons
56 77 Upshaw, Gene G Raiders 1967 14 seasons
58 15 Singletary, Mike LB Bears 1981 12 seasons Video
58 - Van Buren, Steve HB Eagles 1944 8 seasons
59 55 Ditka, Mike TE Bears 1961 8 seasons
60 70 Ham, Jack LB Steelers 1971 12 seasons
61 31 Tomlinson, LaDainian RB Chargers 2001 Active 8 seasons
62 72 White, Randy DT Cowboys 1975 11 seasons
63 - Otto, Jim C Raiders 1960 15 seasons
64 - Adderley, Herb DB Packers 1961 12 seasons
65 24 Moss, Randy WR Vikings 1998 Active 11 seasons Video
66 - Brown, Willie CB Raiders 1963 16 seasons
67 69 Winslow, Kellen TE Chargers 1979 7 seasons
68 - Webster, Mike C Steelers 1974 14 seasons
69 - Bell, Bobby LB Chiefs 1963 12 seasons
70 21 Faulk, Marshall RB Rams 1994 11 seasons
71 - Warfield, Paul WR Browns 1964 11 seasons
72 81 Ogden, Jonathan OL Ravens 1996 12 seasons Video
73 88 Newsome, Ozzie TE Browns 1978 13 seasons
74 - Motley, Marion FB Browns 1946 10 seasons
75 58 Green, Darrell DB Redskins 1983 15 seasons Video
76 90 Shell, Art T Raiders 1968 12 seasons
77 37 Dorsett, Tony RB Cowboys 1977 11 seasons
78 79 Matthews, Bruce G Titans 1983 19 seasons
79 - Tunnell, Emlen DB Giants 1948 14 seasons
80 25 Aikman, Troy QB Cowboys 1989 12 seasons
81 13 Young, Steve QB 49ers 1984 16 seasons
82 - Hendricks, Ted LB Raiders 1969 15 seasons
83 - Van Brocklin, Norm QB Rams 1949 18 seasons
84 - Schmidt, Joe LB Lions 1953 11 seasons
85 32 Allen, Marcus RB Raiders 1982 12 seasons
86 - Davis, Willie DE Packers 1956 11 seasons
87 - Hirsch, Crazylegs WR Rams 1945 13 seasons
88 46 Reed, Ed DB Ravens 2002 Active 7 seasons Video
89 - Nevers, Ernie FB Cardinals 1926 6 seasons
90 27 Warner, Kurt QB Rams 1998 12 seasons
91 50 Tarkenton, Fran QB Vikings 1961 18 seasons
92 40 Irvin, Michael WR Cowboys 1988 10 seasons
93 - Huff, Sam LB Giants 1956 13 seasons
94 - Moore, Lenny HB Colts 1956 10 seasons
95 89 Allen, Larry G Cowboys 1994 13 seasons
96 - Hein, Mel C Giants 1931 15 seasons
97 66 Brooks, Derrick LB Buccaneers 1995 14 seasons
98 - Roy Selmon, Lee DE Buccaneers 1976 9 seasons
99 47 Strahan, Michael DE Giants 1993 14 seasons
100 42 Namath, Joe
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peyton manning is simply the greatest qb ever to play in the nfl at this point in time. If the guy had a couple more sb wins, this would be indisputable. If he gets 3 to 5 more years out of his career, and maybe another sb win or two, there can be no argument. And for you, samola, brees is pretty good also. Just not in the same league as peyton.
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lol.
Speaking of LOL, I really don't see how Charlie Joiner and Steve Largent get left off a list like this. And the same could be said for Art Monk.

As for Peyton Manning, I can certainly see the statistical argument for his inclusion in the Top 10 ... although I imagine Tom Brady would like the opportunity to be heard on the issue of Manning being placed on a higher pedestal in this list. Further, Terry Bradshaw might take exception to being behind Brett "Penis Pics" Favre and a couple other people listed above him, who played the same position.
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Charlie Joiner and Steve Largent get left off a list like this. And the same could be said for Art Monk.
Good points on all three. They all had very strong numbers, except that Joiner and Largent never made it to the Super Bowl.

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As for Peyton Manning, I can certainly see the statistical argument for his inclusion in the Top 10 ... although I imagine Tom Brady would like the opportunity to be heard on the issue of Manning being placed on a higher pedestal in this list.
To me, Brady has done more with less, and should get a nod over Manning.

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Further, Terry Bradshaw might take exception to being behind Brett "Penis Pics" Favre and a couple other people listed above him, who played the same position.
Bret Favre is THE MOST over rated QB in NFL history, period.
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They all had very strong numbers, except that Joiner and Largent never made it to the Super Bowl.


Joiner played for 17 (count them!) seasons as a wide receiver in the NFL. Further, he had some very clutch and meaningful play in the postseason. As for Largent, at the time he retired, and for some time thereafter, he was the all-time NFL receptions leader.
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