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View Poll Results: Pick your three FAVORITE Chiefs players from this list.
McClinton, Curtis RB 1962-69 2 3.13%
Cloud, Michael RB 1999-02 1 1.56%
Holmes, Robert RB 1968-71 2 3.13%
Easy, Omar FB 2002-04 1 1.56%
Lane, MacArthur RB 1975-78 1 1.56%
Hayes, Wendell RB 1968-74 1 1.56%
Coan, Bert RB 1963-68 0 0%
Moriarty, Larry RB 1986-88 0 0%
Williams, Harvey RB 1991-93 1 1.56%
Charles, Jamaal RB 2008-14 60 93.75%
Gray, Cyrus RB 2012-14 2 3.13%
Podolak, Ed RB 1969-77 32 50.00%
Jones, Bill RB 1990-92 0 0%
Heard, Herman RB 1984-89 1 1.56%
Anders, Kimble FB 1991-00 46 71.88%
Garrett, Mike RB 1966-70 8 12.50%
Reed, Tony RB 1977-80 1 1.56%
Bennett, Donnell RB 1994-00 10 15.63%
McKnight, Ted RB 1977-81 3 4.69%
Green, Woody RB 1974-76 0 0%
I didn't like any of these players 1 1.56%
I plan to complain about ... no, wait. Jamaal's in there. Never mind. 2 3.13%
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Old 02-24-2015, 11:26 AM  
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Your Favorite Chiefs. Round 1, Heat 11. Running Backs, Part 2

This is the second and final heat of halfbacks and fullbacks. Relive the greatness of our rock toters, and vote for your three FAVORITES in this group. Not the best players, but your favorites, based on the field, off the field, personality, style, team loyalty, fashion sense, similarity to adorable kittens, whatever.
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Old 02-24-2015, 11:34 AM   #2
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My picks:

#1 - Jamaal Charles. He seems like a genuinely nice guy, he's exciting to watch, and he's the best running back who ever played the game. I like that kind of player.

#2 - Kimble Anders. It's not his fault that Paul Hackett was terrible, and he was a good do-it-all back. I felt terrible that he finally got his chance to be the main ball carrier and then blew out his achilles in the first game in that role.

#3 - Robert Holmes. He was before my time so I don't remember ever seeing him play, but have you ever watched this guy on highlight films? That dude had a motor. He was always running at full speed and always doing something positive. Witness the famous Otis Taylor lateral play. Otis catches a long ball and is downfield when a defender grabs him and ties him, but can't bring him down. Who's the only other player in the area? The fullback, Robert Holmes. Otis laterals it to him and he scores.
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You sold me on Holmes. Actually I was gonna vote for him anyway on the off chance he was related to Priest.
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Old 02-24-2015, 11:41 AM   #4
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You sold me on Holmes. Actually I was gonna vote for him anyway on the off chance he was related to Priest.
Maybe he is. I've never thought about it.
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Old 02-24-2015, 11:45 AM   #5
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I forgot my honorable mentions.

Ed Podolak. He was a star when I was nine so I liked him, but truthfully he was pretty average on the field. No offense.

Wendell Hayes. He was the fullback when I was nine. See above. Every player is your favorite when you're eight.

MacArthur Lane. I don't know why, but I always liked him as a Packer and was excited when he became a Chief. He didn't do all that much for us, but I liked him.

Herman Heard. Surprisingly effective skinny running back for a few years.
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Okay, Jamaal, Kimble, and Podolak move on.
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I forgot my honorable mentions.

Ed Podolak. He was a star when I was nine so I liked him, but truthfully he was pretty average on the field. No offense.

Wendell Hayes. He was the fullback when I was nine. See above. Every player is your favorite when you're eight.

MacArthur Lane. I don't know why, but I always liked him as a Packer and was excited when he became a Chief. He didn't do all that much for us, but I liked him.

Herman Heard. Surprisingly effective skinny running back for a few years.
Podolak was a reluctant vote for me....Seems like he was always fumbling the ball....
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Kimble Anders would have beasted out in today's NFL.

He was a crushing blocker, could catch, and the only game he ever got the HB role he ran for like 198 yards.

He was WAY before his time...
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