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Old 10-30-2010, 02:11 PM   #1
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They have released numbers 11-100 so far. Im pretty sure I know 9 of the top 10, but I am dumbfounded as to who could be that last person. Also, the limited space left makes it seems to me like alot of players that should be on the list got snubbed.

9 Players I know will make it
Peyton Manning
LT
Walter Payton
Joe Montanna
Jerry Rice
Reggie White
(The following guys I am too young to know, but know will get in based on what I have heard)
Jim Brown
Dick Butkas
Johnny Unitas

Who is the last person?

There are def going to be snubs.

My money would be that Bradshaw gets the last spot. From what I hear, he doesn't really deserve it, but those rings are one hell of a resume to not make the top 100 list.
edit: yes, now I know bradshaw is on the list
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Bradshaw is already on the list
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Old 10-30-2010, 02:19 PM   #3
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Bradshaw is 50..

My bet is on Barry sanders

Edit: sanders is already on list also lol
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Yeah Bradshaw is #50
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Old 10-30-2010, 02:29 PM   #6
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The missing name must be Colt Brennan.
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How could Art Monk not be in the top 100? What a bunch of crap. Jim Brown or Jim Thorpe should be #1.
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Charles Mann, Dexter Mannley, Art Monk, or Wilber Marshall didn't make it.

How about some of the Hoggs? Not one of them is in the top 100 of all time. I find that very hard to understand.

I could see one of those guys making the list. Charles Mann in particular. He won four superbowls and has numersous sacks. A truly great player and I believe is worthy and should have been included.
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Re: NFL.com's top 100

Where's John Elway on the List?
Has he been mentioned already?
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Patrick Ramsey and Devin Thomas....greatest Redskins to not be great.....they were not given a fair shot. Which is why they are such huge stars on their new teams.
Doh!
These kind of lists are stupid.
Of course the list will be mostly QB's, WR's, RB's and TE's.

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Old 10-30-2010, 07:38 PM   #13
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Charles Mann, Dexter Mannley, Art Monk, or Wilber Marshall didn't make it.

How about some of the Hoggs? Not one of them is in the top 100 of all time. I find that very hard to understand.

I could see one of those guys making the list. Charles Mann in particular. He won four superbowls and has numersous sacks. A truly great player and I believe is worthy and should have been included.
We're talking top 100 players of all time, that's very exclusive company. The guys you listed while very good players, aren't in the elite of all time.
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Where's John Elway on the List?
Has he been mentioned already?
I think he was around #23 or so. Barry Sanders should have been in the top 5 IMO. I still don't know why so many people put Walter Payton ahead of him. To me the 2 best rbs in the history of the NFL is 1A.) Jim Brown and 1B.)Barry Sanders as there will NEVER be anyone like either of those guys again. I don't even think Payton was the best Bears rb as I'd personally have Sayers ahead of him.
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Lol, Bradshaw is a borderline candidate for the top 100. Putting him the top 10 would have been turrible.
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