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View Poll Results: Best By Team
DEN - Terrel Davis 53 68.83%
DEN - Floyd Little 6 7.79%
DEN - Bobby Humphry 2 2.60%
DEN - Sammy Winder 2 2.60%
DEN- Clinton Portis 4 5.19%
KC - Christian Okoye 6 7.79%
KC - Jamaal Charles 20 25.97%
KC - Priest Holmes 46 59.74%
KC - Ed Podolak 4 5.19%
KC - Larry Johnson 5 6.49%
SD - LaDainian Tomlinson 57 74.03%
SD - Natrone Means 2 2.60%
SD - Chuck Muncie 3 3.90%
OAK - Bo Jackson 25 32.47%
OAK - Marcus Allen 41 53.25%
OAK - Napoleon Kauffman 2 2.60%
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Old 09-07-2013, 04:22 PM  
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Best All Time AFC West RB's

Same as before - hopefully a poll this time ***To be clear it is the one best player per team***

DEN:
Terrel Davis
Floyd Little
Bobby Humphrey
Sammy Winder
Clinton Portis

KC:
Christian Okoye
Jamaal Charles
Priest Holmes
Ed Podolak
Larry Johnson

SD:
LaDainian Tomlinson
Natrone Means
Chuck Muncie

OAK:
Bo Jackson
Marcus Allen
Napoleon Kauffman

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Old 09-07-2013, 04:57 PM   #31
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Denver - Terrell Davis easy, despite the short career.

KC - I started to pick Priest, but all homer aside, it's hard to ignore 5.9 career yards per career. That's beyond amazing. I went with Charles.

Oakland - Marcus Allen. There is no second place.

SD - Everyone will vote for Tomlinson, and I can understand that, but the best running back suiting up for San Diego is James Brooks. That guy was amazing and never got the credit he deserved. He had a 4.7 ypc career average, though the majority of his career with with Cincinnati. He was a dangerous running back.
Sorry, but Brooks had 7 starts for San Diego in 3 years total, with about 1400 yards and 12 touchdowns. And he only played for SD during one of their glory years (1979-1981) (he was here 1981-1983).

He was really good with Cincinnati, but if you're saying he's better than Tomlinson you're high.
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Old 09-07-2013, 04:57 PM   #32
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Priest was the man. But Jamaal Charles is a better player. And 3 years from now there will be no question.
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Old 09-07-2013, 04:58 PM   #33
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HOF status pretty much directly correlates with how great you played on the field.
True but there were/are players that had short careers (Terrel Davis) were great individual performers ( Larry Johnson) or played on completely lousy teams (Steve Deberg) that will never sniff the HOF
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True but there were/are players that had short careers (Terrel Davis) were great individual performers ( Larry Johnson) or played on completely lousy teams (Steve Deberg) that will never sniff the HOF
Ok, I didn't see what this was based on in the OP, I am biased, but I am also right, nobody else except Allen touches LT on this list.

Priest, Bo, TD, shit probably everyone on this list had a season or two where they were killer, but LT was solid from 2001 - 2008 (8 years), and he was the best RB in the league from 2003 - 2007 (5 years).
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Sorry, but Brooks had 7 starts for San Diego in 3 years total, with about 1400 yards and 12 touchdowns. And he only played for SD during one of their glory years (1979-1981) (he was here 1981-1983).

He was really good with Cincinnati, but if you're saying he's better than Tomlinson you're high.
Admittedly, he hit his stride in Cincy, but he was really good in San Diego as an RB and a KR. They ended up trading him to Cincinnati for Ponderous Pete Johnson, and I was amazed. Johnson was a big, slow running back who was no threat at all, and Brooks was scary with the ball in his hand. I acknowledge that Tomlinson has a much greater body of work with the Chargers, but Brooks scared me more when the ball was in his hands. For some reason Brooks never got the credit that he deserved in the NFL.
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Ok, I didn't see what this was based on in the OP, I am biased, but I am also right, nobody else except Allen touches LT on this list.

Priest, Bo, TD, shit probably everyone on this list had a season or two where they were killer, but LT was solid from 2001 - 2008 (8 years), and he was the best RB in the league from 2003 - 2007 (5 years).
He was also the best at catching the ball and yac.
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Ok, I didn't see what this was based on in the OP, I am biased, but I am also right, nobody else except Allen touches LT on this list.

Priest, Bo, TD, shit probably everyone on this list had a season or two where they were killer, but LT was solid from 2001 - 2008 (8 years), and he was the best RB in the league from 2003 - 2007 (5 years).
Yeah I'm having a poll fail today - I need to rethink my question
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Admittedly, he hit his stride in Cincy, but he was really good in San Diego as an RB and a KR. They ended up trading him to Cincinnati for Ponderous Pete Johnson, and I was amazed. Johnson was a big, slow running back who was no threat at all, and Brooks was scary with the ball in his hand. I acknowledge that Tomlinson has a much greater body of work with the Chargers, but Brooks scared me more when the ball was in his hands. For some reason Brooks never got the credit that he deserved in the NFL.
I wasn't around back then, but from the research I've done, a lot of our players were known drug addicts and the owners traded a lot of players they found out were on drugs. I'm not sure about Brooks, but that may have been the case.
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Buck is right. LT is the class of that group. Then I went with Priest, but if Charles has another productive year he'll overtake him in my mind. TD was an easy choice, and Marcus Allen gets the nod for the Faid.
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Luckily for you guys, you have the best current RB by far, and the only current player in the AFC West who has a chance to top LT by the end of it all.
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I wasn't around back then, but from the research I've done, a lot of our players were known drug addicts and the owners traded a lot of players they found out were on drugs. I'm not sure about Brooks, but that may have been the case.
It's quite possible. I don't know if it was drugs or something else, but I know that Brooks has had life problems since retirement. I think it also came out that he was illiterate or something. Weird case. The trade seemed really dumb on San Diego's part at the time, and indeed it was a terrible trade for them.
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