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Agreed, Jim brown, Barry Sanders, Walter Payton, Dickerson, AP are my top 5 (no particular order) Where's the cowboys fan who started a thread about me for not agreeing emmit was the best RB a couple months ago?
the 2 less games are compensated for the amount of passing the game has come to
"Just gotta keep balling out"
I think that goes both ways. The bills were one dimensional, and that dimension was OJ. Defenses had to concentrate on stopping OJ, and weren't overly concerned with the Bills beating them through the air.
so you think defenses are concerned with Ponder? every team they play loads the box. they know AP is getting the rock and they still can't stop him. like the Jordan of football. the only RB that one could argue against AP is Sanders
This. He is the best to ever play the game.
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Yes, he could crawl out of his grave now and run for 1500 yards.
Really? Will he have zombie strength because he couldn't do that 9 times in his 13 years of playing?
He would do it simply because everyone else would be too scared to tackle a zombie, of course.
Ponder with about 3,000 yards passing this year. Ferguson with 939 yards passing in 73 when OJ rushed for 2003.
once again, they pass way more now. thats why ponder has more yards. OJ get honorable mention top 7
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