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Jim brown end of story..
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
Montana had one of the best coaches of all-time and the greatest receiver of all-time, def not the G.O.A.T...
That greatest wr only helped win two sb. Best ever....
Barry Sanders. I've never seen anyone do what he did. Barely ever had an OL worth a sh$t.
Jim brown had nothing it was all him and he punished ppl, he was tough as nails, played in the NFL 9 seasons and led it in rushing for 8..
This post was edited by jmsmooth33 14 months ago
Leave out the part with Jim Brown, and you're identifying Barry Sanders as well. And Sanders played in a much more athletic NFL than Brown. Don't get me wrong, Brown was a great athlete, but Sanders played in a much tougher NFL.
Jim Brown had no weakness Barry's weakness was he lost a lot of yards he might of been more athletic but he was def not a better Rb, he led the NFL in rushing 8 out 8 years how insane is that?
I didn't say Sanders was more athletic, I said Sanders played in a much more athletic league. Sanders went up against Reggie White twice a year for 7 years of his career. Reggie White was better than any player Brown went up against. Not to mention Sanders played for a perennial loser that NEVER had an even decent QB, and what Sanders did in his short 10years is nothing short of amazing. The only other offensive help he ever played with was Herman Moore.
It's either Terry Bradshaw or Tim Tebow
Which one makes you angrier?
In all honesty this is the hardest question to answer and I have no answer. So many different arguments could be made.
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