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Rain Man
01-08-2008, 09:13 PM
Below is a list of the Smiths with the most NFL experience and the Johnsons with the most NFL experience. Who do you think would win?


QB - Akili Smith, Cincinnati, 4 years
RB - J.D. Smith, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, 11 years
RB - Emmitt Smith, Dallas, Arizona, 15 years
WR - Rod Smith, Denver, 12 years
WR - Jimmy Smith, Dallas, Jacksonville, 12 years
TE - Jackie Smith, St. Louis, Dallas, 16 years
T - J.D. Smith, Philadelphia, Detroit, 7 years
T - Marvel Smith, Pittsburgh, 7 years
G - Lance Smith, St. Louis/Phoenix, NY Giants, 12 years
G - Vernice Smith, Phoenix, Chicago, Washingon, St. Louis Rams, 7 years
C - George Smith, Washington, Brooklyn, Boston, San Francisco, 7 years
K - John Smith, New England, 10 years
P - Hunter Smith, Indianapolis, 8 years
S - Leonard Smith, St. Louis, Buffalo, Phoenix, 9 years
S - Dennis Smith, Denver, 14 years
CB - J.D. Smith, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, 11 years
CB - Otis Smith, Philadelphia, NY Jets, New England, Detroit, 13 years
OLB - Vinson Smith, Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, New Orleans, 11 years
OLB - Darrin Smith, Dallas, Philadelphia, Seattle, New Orleans, 12 years
MLB - Al Smith, Houston, 10 years
DE - Bruce Smith, Buffalo, Washington, 19 years
DE - Neil Smith, Kansas City, Denver, 13 years
DT - Paul Smith, Denver, Washington, 11 years
DT - Don Smith, Atlanta, Buffalo, NY Jets, 9 years


QB - Charley Johnson, St. Louis, Houston, Denver 15 years
RB - Anthony Johnson, Indianapolis, NY Jets, Carolina, Chicago, Jacksonville, 11 years
RB - John Henry Johnson, San Francisco, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Houston, 13 years
WR - Billy "White Shoes" Johnson, Houston, Atlanta, Washington, 14 years
WR - Keyshawn Johnson, NY Jets, Tampa, Dallas, Carolina, 11 years
TE - Jimmie Johnson, Washington, Detroit, Kansas City, Philadelphia, 10 years
T - Jack Johnson, Detroit, 7 years
T - Damian Johnson, NY Giants, New England, 5 years
G - Larry Johnson, Boston, NY Giants, Washington, 8 years
G - Tre Johnson, Washington, Cleveland, 9 years
C - Bob Johnson, Cincinnati, 12 years
K - Norm Johnson, Seattle, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, 18 years
P - Lee Johnson, Houston, Cleveland, Cincinnati, New England, Minnesota, Philadelphia, 18 years
S - Lawrence Johnson, Cleveland, Buffalo, 8 years
S - Ron Johnson, Pittsburgh, 7 years
CB - Jimmy Johnson, San Francisco, 16 years
CB - Johnnie Johnson, LA Rams, Seattle, 10 years
OLB - Eddie Johnson, Cleveland, 10 years
OLB - Mike Johnson, Houston, Cleveland, Detroit, 11 years
MLB - Pepper Johnson, NY Giants, Cleveland, Detroit, NY Jets, 13 years
DE - Ezra Johnson, Green Bay, Indianapolis, Houston, 15 years
DE - Raylee Johnson, San Diego, Denver, 11 years
DT - Ellis Johnson, Indianapolis, Atlanta, Denver, 10 years
DT - Gary "Big Hands" Johnson, San Diego, San Francisco, 11 years

Count Alex's Losses
01-08-2008, 09:15 PM
I like the Johnsons.

RJ
01-08-2008, 09:17 PM
Off the top of my head, should the winner of this game play the Davises?

Rain Man
01-08-2008, 09:18 PM
We'll see. Maybe the Davis's can take on the Jones's next.

No, wait. Williams. That's got to be a good roster.

There are surprisingly few strong linemen named Smith and Johnson.

RJ
01-08-2008, 09:22 PM
I like the Smiths in this matchup. I think their defense is the difference. Love their DE's.

CoMoChief
01-08-2008, 09:22 PM
Smith's would win by a large margin.

Halfcan
01-08-2008, 09:23 PM
The Johnson look like a bunch of big mouthed crybabies. I go with the Smith.

CoMoChief
01-08-2008, 09:23 PM
And for the record I would take Alex Smith over Akili Smith, even though they both suck.

RJ
01-08-2008, 09:25 PM
I like the Johnsons.


That's what people say here, but I think you just like the attention.

Count Alex's Losses
01-08-2008, 09:26 PM
That quarterback is really going to hold the Smiths back. Otherwise they might be stronger. That's a pretty good defense, nice WRs and RB. Not sure about the OL.

evolve27
01-08-2008, 09:36 PM
The Smiths only because Kolby played better than Larry this year.

Hydrae
01-08-2008, 10:30 PM
I like the Smiths in this matchup. I think their defense is the difference. Love their DE's.


That was my first thought, Bruce and Neil on the same line. :eek:

Rain Man
01-08-2008, 10:41 PM
That quarterback is really going to hold the Smiths back. Otherwise they might be stronger. That's a pretty good defense, nice WRs and RB. Not sure about the OL.

I went with the Smiths just because of their offensive weapons. I know that they're weak at QB, but man oh man, look at that receiving corps. The Johnsons don't have a great pass rush, and they've only got one really strong defensive back. Then you've got Emmett running the play action, and that's a winning formula, despite a really weak offensive line.

The Johnsons have a great kicking tandem and a better offensive line, but they're really a one-trick pony with John Henry Johnson. On defense, they've got a great run-stuffing defense, but I think they're vulnerable against the pass. The Smiths, on the other hand, are more of a pass defense team with good rushers off the edge and a light but mobile set of linebackers, though they're going to be weaker against the run compared to the bruisers on the Johnson defense.

jjchieffan
01-08-2008, 11:08 PM
I thought this thread was whether Kolby Smith or Larry Johnson was the better RB for the Chiefs next year and neither one of them even made the list.

RJ
01-08-2008, 11:17 PM
I think Brown vs Jones would also be a nice matchup. Brown has a nice lineup but no QB. Jones can play Bert at QB and is solid all around. Davis is a good team but lacks depth. I think I like Jones to win if this is a tournament format.

88TG88
01-08-2008, 11:54 PM
Good thread, I like the Smiths. Emmitt on O and Neil/Bruce on D should be enough.

doomy3
01-08-2008, 11:58 PM
I like the Johnsons.

Of course you do.

Ari Chi3fs
01-09-2008, 12:54 AM
where did you get this information and how long did it take you to procure? Goodness.

Frosty
01-09-2008, 08:28 AM
I went with the Smiths just because of their offensive weapons. I know that they're weak at QB, but man oh man, look at that receiving corps.

You could upgrade the Johnson's WRs if you added Chad Johnson.

HonestChieffan
01-09-2008, 08:32 AM
Smithfield Ham is like the best ham you can get but Johnsonville makes good brats. Toss up.

patteeu
01-09-2008, 11:10 AM
I'm going with the Smiths for the reasons already mentioned (offensive skill positions minus Akili Smith and pass rush).

kepp
01-09-2008, 12:25 PM
The Scanlons have been completely overlooked.

ClevelandBronco
01-09-2008, 12:51 PM
The Smiths, probably.

The Johnsons and the Browns coaches are fairly obvious.

The Davis's front office is bat-poop crazy.

StcChief
01-09-2008, 01:35 PM
I like the Johnsons.
that's what she says.... :D

Dartgod
01-09-2008, 01:50 PM
The Williams's can field a pretty decent team as well...

QB - Doug Williams 89-89 (TB, WAS)
RB(FB) - John L. Williams 86-95 (SEA, PIT)
RB - Moe Williams 96-05 (MIN, BAL)
WR - Karl Williams 96-04 (TB, ARI)
WR - Kevin Williams 93-00 (DAL, BUF, ARI)
TE - Jamie Williams 83-94 (SF, HOU, OAK)
T - Erik Williams 91-01 (DAL, BAL)
T - James O. Williams 91 - 02 (CHI)
G - Wally Williams 93-02 (CLE, BAL, NO)
G - Gene Williams 91-99 (MIA, CLE, ATL)
C - Brian S. Williams 89-99 (NYG)
K - We don't need no stinking kicker (closest we can come is Ken Willis, 90-92, (DAL, NYG, TB))
P - Rodney C. Williams 01-01 (NYG)
S - Darryl Williams 92-01 (CIN, SEA)
S - Shaun Williams 98-06 (NYG, CAR)
CB - Aeneas Williams 91-04 (ARI, STL)
CB - Willie J. Williams 93-05 (PIT, SEA)
OLB - Reggie Williams 76-89 (CIN)
OLB - Jimmy Williams 82-93 (DET, MIN)
MLB - James E. Williams 90-99 (NO, JAX, SF, CLE)
DE - Brent Williams 86-96 (NE, SEA, NYJ)
DE - Gerald Williams 86-97 (PIT, CAR, GB)
DT - Fred Williams 52-64 (CHI, WAS)
DT - Pat Williams 97-07 (BUF, MIN)

bowener
01-09-2008, 03:01 PM
I like the Johnsons.

Really? Nobody else bit on this? Ok.......

I bet you do!!! w00t!

Molitoth
01-09-2008, 03:43 PM
He also likes the Richard's.

Thig Lyfe
01-09-2008, 05:23 PM
Really? Nobody else bit on this? Ok.......

I bet you do!!! w00t!

Actually, at least two people did. YAY READING

stevieray
01-09-2008, 05:27 PM
taylors and thomas'...?
greens and jacksons?

bowener
01-09-2008, 06:51 PM
Actually, at least two people did. YAY READING

I read, I guess I just didnt feel the enthusiasm from their posts.

I havent been around long, but why does GOATSE use that as his name (I have come across the orignial GOATSE on accident)?

Rain Man
01-09-2008, 06:53 PM
I read, I guess I just didnt feel the enthusiasm from their posts.

I havent been around long, but why does GOATSE use that as his name (I have come across the orignial GOATSE on accident)?

GOATSE is goatse.

bowener
01-09-2008, 06:54 PM
GOATSE is goatse.

oh god :shake:

ChiefsFootball
01-10-2008, 02:17 PM
The Williams's can field a pretty decent team as well...

QB - Doug Williams 89-89 (TB, WAS)
RB(FB) - John L. Williams 86-95 (SEA, PIT)
RB - Moe Williams 96-05 (MIN, BAL)
WR - Karl Williams 96-04 (TB, ARI)
WR - Kevin Williams 93-00 (DAL, BUF, ARI)
TE - Jamie Williams 83-94 (SF, HOU, OAK)
T - Erik Williams 91-01 (DAL, BAL)
T - James O. Williams 91 - 02 (CHI)
G - Wally Williams 93-02 (CLE, BAL, NO)
G - Gene Williams 91-99 (MIA, CLE, ATL)
C - Brian S. Williams 89-99 (NYG)
K - We don't need no stinking kicker (closest we can come is Ken Willis, 90-92, (DAL, NYG, TB))
P - Rodney C. Williams 01-01 (NYG)
S - Darryl Williams 92-01 (CIN, SEA)
S - Shaun Williams 98-06 (NYG, CAR)
CB - Aeneas Williams 91-04 (ARI, STL)
CB - Willie J. Williams 93-05 (PIT, SEA)
OLB - Reggie Williams 76-89 (CIN)
OLB - Jimmy Williams 82-93 (DET, MIN)
MLB - James E. Williams 90-99 (NO, JAX, SF, CLE)
DE - Brent Williams 86-96 (NE, SEA, NYJ)
DE - Gerald Williams 86-97 (PIT, CAR, GB)
DT - Fred Williams 52-64 (CHI, WAS)
DT - Pat Williams 97-07 (BUF, MIN)




The Williams team should have Ricky Williams, you know 'the bride', at tailback.

Dartgod
01-10-2008, 03:24 PM
The Williams team should have Ricky Williams, you know 'the bride', at tailback.
Rainman's team was chosen based on longevity at the position. Ricky missed it by one year.