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Pearson, Jayice CB 24 Washington 1986-92 1991 10 9.52%
Peterson, Todd K 2 Georgia 2000-01 2000-01* 1 0.95%
Phillips, Joe DT 75 Southern Methodist 1992-97 1992-97 17 16.19%
Pitts, Frank WR 25 Southern (La.) 1965-71 1968-70 5 4.76%
Ply, Bobby DB 14 Baylor 1962-67 3 2.86%
Podolak, Ed RB 14 Iowa 1969-77 1970-74, 76-77 89 84.76%
Porter, Kevin S 27 Auburn 1988-92 1988-91 2 1.90%
Pruitt, Mike RB 43 Purdue 1985-86 1985-86 3 2.86%
Radecic, Scott LB 97 Penn State 1984-86 1985-86 2 1.90%
Ransom, Derrick DT 95 Cincinnati 1998-02 2001-02 4 3.81%
Reardon, Kerry CB 15 Iowa 1971-76 1975-76 2 1.90%
Reed, Tony RB 32 Colorado 1977-80 1977-80 4 3.81%
Reynolds, Al G 60 Tarkio 1960-67 1962-64 1 0.95%
Richardson, Gloster WR 30 Jackson State 1967-70 1967-69 2 1.90%
Richardson, Tony FB 49 Auburn 1995-03 1999-03 85 80.95%
Riley, Victor T 66 Auburn 1998-01 1998-00 6 5.71%
Rison, Andre WR 89 Michigan State 1997-99 1997-99 5 4.76%
Roaf, Willie T 77 Louisiana Tech 2002-03 2002-03 68 64.76%
Roberts, Alfredo TE 87 Miami (Fla.) 1988-90 1988, 90 1 0.95%
Robinson, Johnny S/HB 42 Louisiana State 1960-71 1960-71 54 51.43%
Rochester, Paul DT 72 Michigan State 1960-63 1961-63 1 0.95%
Rogers, Tracy LB 52 Fresno State 1990-96 1993 3 2.86%
Ross, Kevin CB 31 Temple 1984-93, 97 1984-93 79 75.24%
Rourke, Jim G 70 Boston College 1980-84, 86 1980, 84 2 1.90%
Rudnay, Jack C 58 Northwestern 1970-82 1970-82 64 60.95%
Rush, Bob C 53 Memphis State 1983-85 1983-85 2 1.90%
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Pick the five greatest all-time Chiefs from this list. Part 8

We're up to the P's now. Did you know that no person with a last name starting with Q has ever played five seasons or started two seasons with the Chiefs? Amazing.


Here's the link to the Chiefs Hall of Fame if you would like to read up on any notables.

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Todd Peterson, Derrick Rancid (err, ransom), Victor Riley and Spider-Man, Spider-Man, drops a pass like nobody else can, all make my short list.
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This poll was an easy one for me.

Jack Rudnay, Johnny Robinson, and Kevin Ross are all no-brainers in descending order, and Tony Richardson is not far behind. Podolak was a distant but clear fifth.

I'm a huge fan of Willie Roaf, but he lost out to Podolak due to his shorter tenure. Joe Phillips is the only other remote contender, but was clearly below the top five.
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Podolak
Roaf
Robinson
Ross
Rudnay

I didn't want to choose Roaf. I almost chose Philips who wasn't amazing, but he was the anchor of some pretty good defenses in the 90's. But Roaf has been a staple in the most prolific rushing attack in the history of the NFL for the past 2 years. That's pretty incredible despite the fact he spent most of his career in NO.
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I was able to pick them all, instead of just 5
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I was able to pick them all, instead of just 5
My rules are sometimes flawed, like how I sometimes get really ****ing irritated and ban somebody who might not necessarily have committed a bannable offense. Call it the last straw factor.
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Robinson's bio from the Chiefs' Hall of Fame.

Excelled as both a halfback (1960-61) and safety (1962-71) . . . Named to the AFLís all-time team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a safety . . . Was the third-leading interceptor in AFL history with 43 . . . His 57 career interceptions rank second in team history . . . Led the AFL in picks with 10 in 1966 and topped the NFL in 1970 with 10 . . . Was a six-time All-AFL selection (1963-68) . . . Played in 164 career games . . . As a halfback during the franchiseís first two seasons, he rushed for 658 yards and six TDs on 150 carries and caught 77 passes for 1,228 yards and nine scores . . . Was a first-round pick of the Texans in 1960 . . . Was also a first-round pick of the NFLís Detroit Lions . . . Wore number 42 . . . Was a member of the Chiefs Super Bowl IV championship team and LSUís 1959 national championship squad . . . Born September 9, 1938 in Delhi, Louisiana.

Rudnay's bio from the Chiefs Hall of Fame.

Was regarded as one of the NFLís finest centers during the 1970s . . . Determination, guts, toughness and humorous are probably the four best words that describe him . . . Was the AFCís starting center in the Pro Bowl four straight times, following the 1973-76 seasons . . . Played in 178 games with the Chiefs, the third-most ever by a Kansas City offensive lineman . . . Put together an incredible string of 144 straight games played, beginning with the 1970 season and lasting through the entire decade . . . A fourth-round draft choice in 1969, he missed the Chiefs Super Bowl season as a result of a back injury suffered in the College All-Star game following his senior year at Northwestern University . . . Played both center and defensive tackle at Northwestern . . . Wore jersey number 58 . . . Born November 20, 1947, in Cleveland, Ohio.
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Podolak
Roaf
Robinson
Ross
Rudnay

I didn't want to choose Roaf. I almost chose Philips who wasn't amazing, but he was the anchor of some pretty good defenses in the 90's. But Roaf has been a staple in the most prolific rushing attack in the history of the NFL for the past 2 years. That's pretty incredible despite the fact he spent most of his career in NO.
Podolak
Richardson
Robinson
Ross
Rudnay

I chose Richardson over Roaf just because of length of time with the Chiefs. Oh and rep for the banning.
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On a side note, I had no idea that Jayice Pearson was with the team for seven seasons.
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This poll was an easy one for me.

Jack Rudnay, Johnny Robinson, and Kevin Ross are all no-brainers in descending order, and Tony Richardson is not far behind. Podolak was a distant but clear fifth.

I'm a huge fan of Willie Roaf, but he lost out to Podolak due to his shorter tenure. Joe Phillips is the only other remote contender, but was clearly below the top five.
I agree with you 100%.
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I think Richardson over Roaf is a fine choice. I'm probably not being fair to TRich by not strongly considering him. Perhaps in future polls.
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