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Jackson, Frank WR/HB 26 Southern Methodist 1961-65 1962-65 0 0%
Jamison, George LB 57 Cincinnati 1994-96 1994-95 0 0%
Jones, Bill RB 43 Southwest Texas State 1990-92 1990-92 0 0%
Kearney, Jim DB 46 Prairie View 1967-75 1968-75 14 20.00%
Kenney, Bill QB 9 Northern Colorado 1979-88 1981-87 9 12.86%
Kennison, Eddie WR 87 Louisana State 2001-03 2002-03 1 1.43%
Kinney, Jeff RB 31 Nebraska 1972-76 1975 0 0%
Koch, Pete DE 74 Maryland 1985-87 1986-87 0 0%
Kremer, Ken NT 91 Ball State 1979-84 1981-82 0 0%
Krisher, Bill G 64 Oklahoma 1960-61 1960-61 0 0%
Lane, MacArthur RB 42 Utah State 1975-78 1975-76 2 2.86%
Lanier, Willie LB 63 Morgan State 1967-77 1968-77 68 97.14%
Lewis, Albert CB 29 Grambling 1983-93 1984-93 64 91.43%
Lindstrom, Dave DE 71 Boston University 1978-85 1980, 82 3 4.29%
Lingner, Adam C 51, 62 Illinois 1983-86, 88 0 0%
Livingston, Mike QB 10 Southern Methodist 1968-79 1969, 73-78 1 1.43%
Lothamer, Ed DT 82 Michigan State 1964-69, 71-72 1965-68 0 0%
Lowery, Nick K 8 Dartmouth 1980-93 1980-93 57 81.43%
Lutz, David G/T 72 Georgia Tech 1983-92 1983-87, 89-92 2 2.86%
Lynch, Jim LB 51 Notre Dame 1967-77 1968-77 44 62.86%
Maas, Bill NT/DE 63 Pittsburgh 1984-92 1984-91 35 50.00%
Manumaleuga, Frank LB 54 San Jose State 1979-81 1979-80 0 0%
Manusky, Greg LB 51 Colgate 1994-99 5 7.14%
Marsalis, Jim CB 40 Tennessee State 1969-75 1969-72 16 22.86%
Marshall, Henry WR 89 Missouri 1976-87 1976-86 22 31.43%
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:29 AM  
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Pick the FIVE all-time greatest Chiefs from this list. Part 6.

This one is going to be exciting. I just feel it.



Per request, I am now also including a link to the Chiefs Hall of Fame if anyone would like to read about certain players.

http://www.kcchiefs.com/hall_of_fame/

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Old 07-11-2005, 08:33 AM   #2
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:39 AM   #3
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:43 AM   #4
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The top four are no-brainers...the battle for 5th should be between Nick Lowery & Henry Marshall.
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:43 AM   #5
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The top four are no-brainers...the battle for 5th should be between Nick Lowery & Henry Marshall.
I'm guessing you forgot about Lynch?
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:44 AM   #6
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Bill Kenney did an incredible job with what he had to work with. Albert Lewis, Bill Maas, Wille Lanier and Nick Lowery.
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:45 AM   #7
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This is the deepest poll yet by far, in my opinion.

Lanier and Lewis were the two no-brainers, and Lowery and Lynch were close enough behind that they're automatic in my opinion, too.

The #5 spot was a challenge. I think that Kearney, Kenney, Maas, Marsalis, and Marshall are all strong, and Livingston, Lutz, and Lindstrom deserve some consideration, too. I eventually settled on Maas since he was a multiple pro bowler, but I hate leaving out Marshall and some others.
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Old 07-11-2005, 08:49 AM   #8
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I'm guessing you forgot about Lynch?
Nope...my list is:

Willie Lanier
Albert Lewis
Jim Lynch
Bill Maas
Nick Lowery

Henry Marshall was one of the best Chiefs WR's ever, but couldn't vote for him over Lowery.
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Old 07-11-2005, 09:12 AM   #9
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Oh boy....I love this game...(my picks)...did you see that you cranky old bastard...you know who I mean...MY PICKs are....

Lewis
Lowery
Lindstrom
Livingston
Maas

Now you all have a nice day...I have to go...
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Old 07-11-2005, 09:20 AM   #10
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I voted for Lanier, Lewis, Lynch Marsalis, and Kearney. Probably shoulkd have picked Maas over Kearney. I did't consider Lowery because he is a kicker and stomped on our nuts for a few bucks when he went to the Jets.

Marshall and Bill Kenney also got strong consideration from me, but Marshall was just an average receiver (who happened to be the best on our roster most years he played) and Kenney had one phenominal year '83, that he was never able to come close to reproducing.
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Oh boy....I love this game...(my picks)...did you see that you cranky old bastard...you know who I mean...MY PICKs are....

Lewis
Lowery
Lindstrom
Livingston
Maas

Now you all have a nice day...I have to go...


Don't let those guys intimidate you, c4me. And let me stand up for you by saying this: you will always be welcome in any fantasy football league that I'm in.
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Old 07-11-2005, 10:06 AM   #13
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Here's some stats on Henry Marshall:

http://www.kcambassadors.com/docs/bi...=HenryMarshall

Henry Marshall stepped in as a starter after the Chiefs drafted him as their fourth pick in the third round of the 1976 NFL draft. During his 12 year stay with the Chiefs, Marshall became the all-time leading receiver with 416 receptions and is second in career receiving yards with 6,545. He missed games in only three seasons, playing in 165 games out of a possible 177, and started in 135.

Marshall compiled at least 20 receptions and 300 receiving yards in his first 11 seasons. He had five years of 40 or more catches, and 10 years of 400 yards or more. He led the team in receptions in 1980, 1982 &and1984.

For his outstanding performance, Marshall was named to the Chiefs 25 Year All-'time Team in 1987.
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Old 07-11-2005, 10:11 AM   #14
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I voted for Lanier, Lewis, Lynch Marsalis, and Kearney. Probably should have picked Maas over Kearney.
Just a note on Kearney....he is currently a biology teacher at Washington High School in Kansas City, KS.

Great guy!
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Here's some stats on Henry Marshall:

http://www.kcambassadors.com/docs/bi...=HenryMarshall

Henry Marshall stepped in as a starter after the Chiefs drafted him as their fourth pick in the third round of the 1976 NFL draft. During his 12 year stay with the Chiefs, Marshall became the all-time leading receiver with 416 receptions and is second in career receiving yards with 6,545. He missed games in only three seasons, playing in 165 games out of a possible 177, and started in 135.

Marshall compiled at least 20 receptions and 300 receiving yards in his first 11 seasons. He had five years of 40 or more catches, and 10 years of 400 yards or more. He led the team in receptions in 1980, 1982 &and1984.

For his outstanding performance, Marshall was named to the Chiefs 25 Year All-'time Team in 1987.
Anybody that has ever spent any appreciable amount of time around Henry Marshall knows what a great guy he is. I respected his talent as a player (I voted for him in this poll and left out Maas), but truly respected what a great representative he was and still is for the KC Chiefs.
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