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blsilks
10-04-2004, 02:10 PM
I guess the fact that a RB (in the beginning of his 4th year with the team) breaking the all time Chiefs rushing record sure says alot about the RB and doesn't say much about the history of our RBs.

whoman69
10-04-2004, 02:16 PM
I guess the fact that a RB (in the beginning of his 4th year with the team) breaking the all time Chiefs rushing record sure says alot about the RB and doesn't say much about the history of our RBs.
I think it also point out that we can't just jettison a talented young rb. Our record in finding backs thru the draft is horrible. Most of the other top rushers on our list were not drafted by KC either, they were FAs.

CosmicPal
10-04-2004, 02:20 PM
I would've had the record had they let me finish streaking across the field.

ENDelt260
10-04-2004, 02:22 PM
I would've had the record had they let me finish streaking across the field.
That lick Terry Tate laid on you was nasty.

Rain Man
10-04-2004, 02:31 PM
It's not as if Larry Johnson is unproven or anything. As of the beginning of this year, he's already worked his way up to 84th (Tied) on the Chiefs' career rushing list, past Joe Montana.


Rank Name Rushing Yards as of June 2004
1 Christian Okoye 4897
2 Priest Holmes 4590 (Now in the #1 spot, of course)
3 Ed Podolak 4451
4 Abner Haynes 3814
5 Marcus Allen 3698
6 Mike Garrett 3246
7 Curtis McClinton 3124
8 Herman Heard 2694
9 Wendell Hayes 2560
10 Greg Hill 2436
11 Ted McKnight 2344
12 Barry Word 2306
13 Kimble Anders 2261
14 Tony Reed 2184
15 Donnell Bennett 1902
16 Robert Holmes 1719
17 Joe Delaney 1501
18 Tony Richardson 1500
19 Woody Green 1442
20 Jack Spikes 1392
21 Billy Jackson 1365
22 Len Dawson 1253
23 Bert Coan 1249
24 MacArthur Lane 1209
25 Mack Lee Hill 1203
26 Warren McVea 1053
27 Jim Hadnot 1029
28 Arnold Morgado 956
29 Bam Morris 903
30 Harvey Williams 858
31 Mike Pruitt 814
32 Jeff Kinney 810
33 Theotis Brown 804
34 Frank Jackson 720
35 Steve Fuller 712
36 Mike Livingston 682
37 Todd McNair 667
38 Johnny Robinson 658
39 Paul Palmer 607
40 Mark Bailey 564
41 Willie Ellison 525
42 James Saxon 497
43 Horace Belton 486
44 Trent Green 466
45 Bo Dickinson 406
46 Rich Gannon 383
47 Mike Cloud 381
48 Jeff Smith 356
49 Pete Beathard 349
50 Mike Adamle 346
51 Elvis Grbac 315
52 Boyce Green 314
53 Tommy Reamon 314
54 Rashaan Shehee 295
55 Larry Moriarty 284
56 Todd Blackledge 280
57 Jim Otis 276
58 Mike Williams 261
59 Henry Marshall 257
60 Frank Pitts 238
61 Earl Gant 228
62 Johnnie Morton 218
63 Cleo Miller 206
64 Bill Kenney 191
65 Gene Thomas 186
66 Ken Lacy 186
67 Derrick Blaylock 184
68 Frank Moreau 179
69 John Brockington 161
70 Otis Taylor 161
71 Cotton Davidson 159
72 Robert Parker 150
73 Steve Pelluer 149
74 Ethan Horton 146
75 Derrick Alexander 143
76 Steve Bono 139
77 Dante Hall 137
78 Tony Adams 124
79 Jewerl Thomas 115
80 Chris Smith 114
81 Dave Krieg 98
82 Tony Samuels 97
83 Tamarick Vanover 88
84 Curtis Bledsoe 85
85 Larry Johnson 85
86 Bruce King 83
87 Joe Montana 81
88 Eddie Kennison 80
89 Leroy Thompson 73
90 Carlos Carson 71
91 Elmo Wright 69
92 Larry Brunson 63
93 Eddie Wilson 55
94 Ken Thomas 55
95 Jerrel Wilson 53
96 Ray Burks 51
97 Ken Lacey 49
98 Bill Jones 47
99 Curley Johnson 43
100 Randy Duncan 42
101 Glynn Harrison 41
102 Morris LaGrand 38
103 Emile Harry 36
104 Kelly Goodburn 36
105 Frank Seurer 33
106 Fred Jones 33
107 Stephone Paige 32
108 Lawrence Williams 30
109 Lawrence Ricks 29
110 Ernie Thompson 28
111 John Tait 28
112 Pat McNeil 26
113 Kenny Gamble 24
114 Hunter Enis 23
115 Joe Horn 23
116 Paul Lowe 23
117 Lew Porter 21
118 E. J. Jones 19
119 John Stephens 18
120 Dean Carlson 17
121 Doug Dressler 16
122 Woodie Pippens 16
123 Fred Arbanas 15
124 Jim Swink 15
125 Lake Dawson 15
126 Andre Rison 14
127 Billy Pricer 13
128 Louie Aguiar 11
129 Chris Burford 10
130 Gary Butler 10
131 Tony Gonzalez 9
132 Del Thompson 7
133 Matt Stevens 7
134 Mike Clemons 7
135 Troy Stradford 7
136 Billy Cannon 6
137 Noland Smith 6
138 Todd Collins 6
139 Alex Espinoza 5
140 Dale Carter 5
141 Danan Hughes 5
142 Ron Jaworski 5
143 Ed Beckman 3
144 Tim Barnett 3
145 Tommie Agee 3
146 Bob West 2
147 Kitrick Taylor 2
148 Ralph Stockemer 2
149 Steve DeBerg 2
150 Walter White 2
151 Warren Moon 2
152 Barry Pearson 1
153 Gloster Richardson 1
154 Jimmy Saxton 1
155 Leroy Keyes 1
156 Pete Mandley 1
157 Wilbert Haslip 1
158 Willie Scott 1
159 Clark Gaines 0
160 Daniel Pope 0
161 David Jaynes 0
162 Doug Hudson 0
163 Jacky Lee 0
164 Jan Stenerud 0
165 Jason Dunn 0
166 Jim Arnold 0
167 Keith Cash 0
168 Les Studdard 0
169 Ron Dickerson 0
170 Tom Clements 0
171 Tom Flores 0
172 Zenon Andrusyshyn 0
173 Billy Joe Tolliver -1
174 Jonathan Quinn -1
175 Larry Parker -1
176 Mark Vlasic -1
177 Clem Daniels -2
178 Sandy Osiecki -2
179 Willie Frazier -2
180 Bill Thomas -3
181 Frank Manumaleuga -3
182 Al Dixon -5
183 Stan Rome -5
184 Dan Stryzinski -10
185 Willie Davis -11
186 Bob Grupp -33

jspchief
10-04-2004, 02:34 PM
I think it also point out that we can't just jettison a talented young rb. Our record in finding backs thru the draft is horrible. Most of the other top rushers on our list were not drafted by KC either, they were FAs.

Problem is, no one knows if we have a talented young RB. He still can't earn his way on the field. For all we know, Larry Johnson is Greg Hill.

Rain Man
10-04-2004, 02:35 PM
Problem is, no one knows if we have a talented young RB. He still can't earn his way on the field. For all we know, Larry Johnson is Greg Hill.


You mean Greg Hill, the 10th most productive running back of all time for the Chiefs?


God, I love having statistics.

blsilks
10-04-2004, 02:37 PM
And Trent Green is 44 so he is more proven at rushing then Larry Johnson. HAHAHAHA

ENDelt260
10-04-2004, 02:37 PM
Trent Green beat out Mike Cloud? Wow.

blsilks
10-04-2004, 02:40 PM
Even Elvis Grbac is higher on the list then Larry Johnson. Elvis Grbac, 51st most productive rusher in the history of the KC Chiefs

Rain Man
10-04-2004, 02:41 PM
Don't look now, but Johnny Morton is only 39 yards from breaking the all-time Chiefs rushing record for wide receivers.

Rain Man
10-04-2004, 02:42 PM
Even Elvis Grbac is higher on the list then Larry Johnson. Elvis Grbac, 51st most productive rusher in the history of the KC Chiefs

And people said that he couldn't pass it and run it both.

Or was it something else?

blsilks
10-04-2004, 02:45 PM
You must be proud when find out that you rushed for 0 yards and still got 159th most productive rusher in Chiefs History. That makes me feel like I have a chance to play RB for the Chiefs.

J Diddy
10-04-2004, 02:50 PM
the thing that sticks out at me is todd blackledge at 56

Rain Man
10-04-2004, 02:52 PM
Zero yards would rank you 159th, but then you could move up fast, too. For example, Steve Bono (ranked #76) got over half of his career yards on one play.

blsilks
10-04-2004, 02:55 PM
Priest Holmes would have jumped to 17th place all time in just one year of rushing.

J Diddy
10-04-2004, 02:56 PM
Zero yards would rank you 159th, but then you could move up fast, too. For example, Steve Bono (ranked #76) got over half of his career yards on one play.


boot leg at arizona, right?

We need to use some of those.

blsilks
10-04-2004, 03:24 PM
boot leg at arizona, right?

We need to use some of those.


That was the funiest play ive ever seen and maybe even the longest play ive ever seen. He was running so slow.

htismaqe
10-04-2004, 03:44 PM
Problem is, no one knows if we have a talented young RB. He still can't earn his way on the field. For all we know, Larry Johnson is Greg Hill.

At least Johnson is behind Priest Holmes on the depth chart.

Greg Hill had some bad luck with injuries, but still rushed for almost 350 yards in his 1st two games with the Rams.

svuba
10-04-2004, 04:43 PM
176 Mark Vlasic -1
Classic

ENDelt260
10-04-2004, 04:44 PM
176 Mark Vlasic -1
Classic
I didn't even realize he ever stepped on the field in a regular season game.

I just remember him being on the sideline making those moose antlers with his hands on his helmet all the time.

milkman
10-04-2004, 06:43 PM
Problem is, no one knows if we have a talented young RB. He still can't earn his way on the field. For all we know, Larry Johnson is Greg Hill.

To me the reason he can't earn his way on the field is because whenever he runs the ball, he looks a hell of a lot like Donnell Bennett.

J Diddy
10-04-2004, 06:47 PM
To me the reason he can't earn his way on the field is because whenever he runs the ball, he looks a hell of a lot like Donnell Bennett.


Are you refering to 15th in total rushing yardage in history for the chiefs?

Oh yeah, let's get him on the field.

:thumb:

milkman
10-04-2004, 06:52 PM
Are you refering to 15th in total rushing yardage in history for the chiefs?

That's just pathetic.

The Chiefs history at skill positions is just pathetic.

A couple of good WRs here and there, most notably Taylor.
But its sad that it only took Tony 8 years to become the #1 receiver.
A freakin' TE.

And QB, other than Dawson is just a travesty.