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One Play, 99 Yards

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View Poll Results: Who Would You Give The Ball To-One Play, 99 Yards
Josh Cribbs 18 18.95%
DeSean Jackson 32 33.68%
Chris Johnson 35 36.84%
Hunter Smith 9 9.47%
Other 1 1.05%
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Old 12-21-2009, 03:54 PM   #1
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One Play, 99 Yards

Was thinking about this yesterday. If you had to give the ball to one player in the NFL today to go 99 yards on one play. Who would you give the ball to?
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Old 12-21-2009, 03:57 PM   #2
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Re: One Play, 99 Yards

the rb from tennesse,no question
forgot his name.chris johnson I think
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Old 12-21-2009, 03:59 PM   #3
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Desean Jackson, he is playing out his mind right now....cool question...I think if you went all time big play guy 1. Marshall Faulk in that Rams offense was ridiculous.... 2. Barry Sanders 3. from what I hear Gale Sayers back in the day was the big play man
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Sadly, I think I have to pick DeSean Jackson. I can't stand the kid, his team or anything about him, but he's an incredible player to watch. Nearly unstoppable. Cribbs is a similar type player but I think Jackson could beat him. Tough to pick a RB for this poll when there are two dymanic kick/punt returners who routinely bust off long TDs. Johnson is the best of them if you look at impact over a full season, but as for one explosive play, I have to vote for the Eagle, unfortunately.
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Desean Jackson, he is playing out his mind right now....cool question...I think if you went all time big play guy 1. Marshall Faulk in that Rams offense was ridiculous.... 2. Barry Sanders 3. from what I hear Gale Sayers back in the day was the big play man
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Old 12-21-2009, 04:03 PM   #6
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Re: One Play, 99 Yards

Just a couple of years ago, Devin Hester would have been at the top of this list. I hesitated to keep him off here.
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Re: One Play, 99 Yards

I have to give the nod to Chris Johnson. He's got the speed, cut back ability, and he can run through an arm tackle if need be. That said, Cribbs and Jackson are both pretty sick in their right.
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Old 12-21-2009, 04:13 PM   #8
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Hunter the Punter....

(probaboly DeSean Jackson...but I'm becoming a huge fan of Josh Cribbs)
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Easy, Chris Johnson. This matter was settled two years ago.
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Old 12-21-2009, 04:31 PM   #10
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todd yoder.
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Miles Austin. He's better. Seriously Desean Jackson.... unfortunately.
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CJ. Nobody's faster or quicker, not even DeSean.
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Oh, you are asking if you needed a 99 yard play who would it be. I'll have to go with that returner for Kansas sense he had two over 100 yards yesterday.
For Kansas? The college?

That's Mega-tarded.
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For Kansas? The college?

That's Mega-tarded.
I was completely scratching my head on that one.
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